Quick Facts: Egypt

Number of immigration detainees: unknown (2014)

Estimated number of Criminal facilities: 57 (2014)

Number of minors detained: unknown (2014)

Number of asylum seekers detained: unknown (2014)

Total estimated immigration detention capacity: unknown (2014)

Number of dedicated long-term immigration detention centres: 0 (2014)

Number of ad-hoc facilities: 1 (2014)

Maximum length of detention in law: No limit (2013)

Average length of detention: unknown (2014)

Number of persons expelled: unknown (2011)

Estimated undocumented population: 500,000 to 4 million (2012)

Number of new asylum applications: 6,667 (2012)

Number of international migrants: 297,000 (2013)

International migrants as a percentage of total population: 0.4 percent (2013)

Immigration detainees as a percentage of total international migrant population: unknown (2013)

 

Disclaimer

Last updated: October 2014

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