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Gnesa said the increase was down to four main factors, with the main one being a 35 per cent rise between 1991 and 2007 in the number of foreigners living in Switzerland (to 1.57 million, from 1.16 million), producing a larger number of people interested in seeking Swiss nationality.
Gnesa also noted a January 2006 measure that stopped cantons and communities from levying large fees on applicants.
(18) The process began when the Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault (GNESA) discovered an alarming amount of "cold hits," which are when DNA from convicted felons is later matched with now time-barred sex crimes.