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New National Insurance Numbers – EU nationals

04 Mar 2015

A National Insurance Number (NINo) is a unique identifying number given to all people born in the UK and to non-UK nationals over 16 who are planning to work and/or claim benefits in the UK.

Note: Hovering over or clicking on a local area will show the number of new registrations. Darker shades show higher concentration, lighter shades show lower concentration.

Shows number of new NINo registrations among EU nationals for the year ending March 2014.

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