I am looking at requests for asylum and from 2006-2013 it was between 10-20k, in 2014 28k, in 2015 88k and in 2016 42k. Of course 2015 is the peak because of Merkel's infamous message, but the change of course in 2016 already led to a drastic reduction.
Apparently only 36k of the 130k requests in 2015 and 2016 were acknowledged as refugees, but I suppose that doesn't mean that the people who got refused were kicked out of the country. Regardless, your numbers aren't based in reality.
Sweden too had asylum requests at the level of 25,000 per year on average for a whole decade before the infamous crisis year 2015. During these years, when we factor relatives and stuff (maybe 40,000 people) being added to those 25,000, believe it or not our migration was +100,000 yearly. Now 25,000 of those might have been on some work permits and student permits, but the vast majority is still from the thirld world. Bottom line is 100,000 third world migrants added each year.
Both Sweden and Austria is slowly going back to the pre-2015 levels with ~25-30000 asylum requests and in both countries there's a (deceptive) public sigh of relief, totally ignorant of the fact that even pre-2015 the migration influx was completely unrealistic and unsustainable.
Despite that the primary asylum requests seem relatively low at 25,000, with relatives + students + work permits, you will still end up with a 100,000 number yearly in Austria too.