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Migrant families in northern Spain(30 images)

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In 2005, the indigenous population of Bilbao decreased by 19,000. In contrast, the city saw the arrival of an estimated 16,000 immigrants the same year. This positive aspect of immigration clearly allows Bilbao to maintain a constant population, contributing to the rich life of the city and ensuring it continues to thrive. At the same time the immigrant population is rejuvenating the overall...
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  • Alex J. Chang has been in Bilbao for more than four years. He runs a travel business providing private tours around Spain. He and his wife and recently born son live in Miribilla, a new district of the city, which has developed rapidly in the last decade.
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  • Pilar Vargas, from Colombia, arrived in Bilbao as a refugee eight years ago with her two daughters. After years of working on a business plan she has successfully set up a dental clinic in the city. Now she is involved in dental associations in the Basque Country and thinks she will stay in Bilbao for a long time. "My life is here and my daughters where raised here too. The only problem I've found is with the language (Basque), which I find difficult to learn even though I am studying it".
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  • Alex J. Chang has been in Bilbao for more than four years. He runs a travel business providing private tours around Spain. He and his wife and recently born son live in Miribilla, a new district of the city, which has developed rapidly in the last decade.
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