German Afghans are German citizens with Afghan ancestry and non-citizen residents born in, or with ancestors from, Afghanistan and the largest Afghan community in Europe and part of the Afghan diaspora. In 2015, the Federal Statistical Office of Germany estimated the number of people of Afghan descent residing in Germany at 156,000. In particular, there are 35,805 Afghans in Hamburg. Offenbach am Main and Hamburg had the highest shares of Afghan migrants among all German districts in 2011.

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  • German Afghans are German citizens with Afghan ancestry and non-citizen residents born in, or with ancestors from, Afghanistan and the largest Afghan community in Europe and part of the Afghan diaspora. In 2015, the Federal Statistical Office of Germany estimated the number of people of Afghan descent residing in Germany at 156,000. In particular, there are 35,805 Afghans in Hamburg. Offenbach am Main and Hamburg had the highest shares of Afghan migrants among all German districts in 2011. The Afghan community in Germany is heterogeneous with various political views, as they are in Afghanistan (see Demography of Afghanistan). Though with the NATO involvement in Afghanistan, the community has come closer together due to shared hopes and worries; however, there are relatively few representative associations or organizations. Germany forms one of the biggest Afghan diaspora communities in the world. It was estimated that the population numbered around 70,000 as of 2001. Following the European migrant crisis, the community rapidly expanded, numbering 253,000 in 2016, up from 75,000 in 2014. In 2016 there were 157 underage individuals of Afghan origin in child marriages according to the interior ministry. (en)
  • German Afghans are German citizens with Afghan ancestry and non-citizen residents born in, or with ancestors from, Afghanistan and the largest Afghan community in Europe and part of the Afghan diaspora. In 2015, the Federal Statistical Office of Germany estimated the number of people of Afghan descent residing in Germany at 156,000. In particular, there are 35,805 Afghans in Hamburg. Offenbach am Main and Hamburg had the highest shares of Afghan migrants among all German districts in 2011. The Afghan community in Germany is heterogeneous with various political views, as they are in Afghanistan (see Demography of Afghanistan). Though with the NATO involvement in Afghanistan, the community has come closer together due to shared hopes and worries; however, there are relatively few representative associations or organizations. (en)
  • German Afghans (German: Afghanistanstämmige in Deutschland) are German citizens with Afghan ancestry and non-citizen residents born in, or with ancestors from, Afghanistan. It is the largest Afghan community in Europe and part of the worldwide Afghan diaspora, of which it is one of the largest. In 2019, the Federal Statistical Office of Germany estimated the number of people of Afghan descent residing in Germany at 253,000, the ninth largest foreign background community in the country. In particular, there are 35,805 Afghans in Hamburg alone (as of 2015). Offenbach am Main and Hamburg had the highest shares of Afghan migrants among all German districts in 2011. The Afghan community in Germany is heterogeneous with various political views, as they are in Afghanistan (see Demography of Afghanistan). Though with the NATO involvement in Afghanistan, the community has come closer together due to shared hopes and worries; however, there are relatively few representative associations or organizations. (en)
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  • German Afghans are German citizens with Afghan ancestry and non-citizen residents born in, or with ancestors from, Afghanistan and the largest Afghan community in Europe and part of the Afghan diaspora. In 2015, the Federal Statistical Office of Germany estimated the number of people of Afghan descent residing in Germany at 156,000. In particular, there are 35,805 Afghans in Hamburg. Offenbach am Main and Hamburg had the highest shares of Afghan migrants among all German districts in 2011. (en)
  • German Afghans (German: Afghanistanstämmige in Deutschland) are German citizens with Afghan ancestry and non-citizen residents born in, or with ancestors from, Afghanistan. It is the largest Afghan community in Europe and part of the worldwide Afghan diaspora, of which it is one of the largest. In 2019, the Federal Statistical Office of Germany estimated the number of people of Afghan descent residing in Germany at 253,000, the ninth largest foreign background community in the country. In particular, there are 35,805 Afghans in Hamburg alone (as of 2015). Offenbach am Main and Hamburg had the highest shares of Afghan migrants among all German districts in 2011. (en)
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