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New National Insurance Numbers – non-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 non-EU migrantsfor the year ending March 2014.

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