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National Insurance

Volume 714: debated on Thursday 5 November 2009

Questions

Asked by

To ask Her Majesty's Government how many temporary National Insurance Numbers have been granted in each of the past five years for which figures are available.[HL5719]

Asked by

To ask Her Majesty's Government how many National Insurance numbers have been issued to nationals of each of the last 12 countries to have entered the European Union since their respective accessions. [HL5955]

The available information is in the following tables.

National insurance number registrations issued to nationals of each of the countries acceded to the European Union in May 2004: to March 2009

Republic of Estonia

9,830

Czech Republic

53,620

Slovak Republic

121,330

Hungary

52,610

Republic of Latvia

49,970

Republic of Lithuania

107,030

Poland

797,650

Republic of Slovenia

2,910

Malta

2,940

Cyprus

5,370

National insurance number registrations issued to nationals of each of the countries acceded to the European Union in January 2007: to March 2009

Bulgaria

31,380

Romania

49,170

Notes:

1. Figures are rounded to the nearest 10. Some additional disclosure control has been applied.

2. Registration date is derived from the date at which a national insurance number is maintained on the national insurance recording system.

3. This information is available on the DWP website at http://research.dwp.gov.uk/asd/.

Source: 100 per cent extract from national insurance recording system.