Almost 12,000 Citizens of Ex-Yugoslav Republics Want to Regulate Their Status
Ljubljana, 30 December - Citizens of other four successor states to former Yugoslavia residing in Slovenia were entitled to file a petition by 28 December to be granted a permit for permanent residence in the country under the law that regulates the status of citizens of other ex-Yugoslav republics in Slovenia. As many as 11,655 foreigners had filed petitions by the deadline, according to preliminary data.
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