List of sovereign states and dependent territories by immigrant population

These are lists of countries by foreign-born population (immigrants) and lists of countries by number native-born persons living in a foreign country (emigrants).

According to estimates from the UN 2015 report, in 2013, the United States, Germany and Russia had the largest number of immigrants of any country, while Tuvalu and Tokelau had the lowest. In terms of percentage of population the Vatican City and the United Arab Emirates had the highest, while North Korea had the lowest.

According to estimates from the same UN 2015 report, in 2013, India and Mexico had the highest numbers of native-born persons living in a foreign country, while Tokelau and San Marino had the lowest.

UN 2015 report: immigrant population

This is a list of countries by estimated foreign-born population in 2013, defined by the UN as "persons living in a country other than where they were born,"[2] as reported by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs 2015 report Trends in International Migrant Stock: The 2015 Revision. According to the UN these estimates were "based on official statistics on the foreign-born or the foreign population."[1]

Country Foreign-born population Of world foreign-born population (%) Of total population (%) Notes
World 243,700,2361003.3This figure is the total number of a people living in a country they were not born in.
 United States 46,627,10219.814.3
 Germany 12,005,6904.914.9
 Russia 11,643,2764.87.7
 Saudi Arabia10,185,9453.931.4
 United Kingdom 8,543,1203.513.2
 United Arab Emirates8,095,1263.383.7
 Canada7,835,5023.221.9
 France 7,784,4183.111.1
 Australia 6,763,6632.827.7
 Spain 4,464,9972.89.6
 Italy 5,788,8752.68.3
 India5,240,9602.30.4
 Ukraine 4,834,8982.211.4
 Thailand3,913,2581.65.6
 Pakistan3,628,9561.82.2
 Kazakhstan3,546,7781.521.1
 Jordan3,112,0261.340.2
 Turkey 2,964,9161.33.8
 Kuwait2,866,1361.370
 Hong Kong2,838,6651.238.9
 Iran2,726,4201.13.4
 Malaysia2,514,2431.18.3
 Ivory Coast2,175,3991.112.0
  Switzerland 2,438,7021.028.9
 Japan2,043,8771.11.9
 Philippines211,8620.090.23
 Singapore2,543,6381.042.9The percentage of 42.9% includes foreign nationals that work and live in the country.[3] If foreign nationals are excluded, only 23% of citizens and permanent residents in Singapore would be foreign born.[3]
 Israel2,011,7270.926.5
 Lebanon1,997,7760.933.3
 Netherlands 1,979,4860.811.1
 Argentina2,086,3020.84.6
 Sweden 1,639,7710.714.3
 Qatar1,687,6400.773.8
 Austria 1,492,3740.615.2
 Bangladesh1,422,8050.60.9
 Syria875,1890.66.4
 Belgium 1,387,9400.612.9
 Uzbekistan1,170,8990.64.4
 Greece 1,242,5140.611.1
 Nigeria1,199,1150.50.7
 South Korea1,327,3240.52.9
 Venezuela1,404,4480.53.9
 Chile1,100,0000.25.5
 Oman1,844,9780.530.6
 Mexico1,193,1550.50.9
 Belarus 1,082,9050.511.6
   Nepal971,2470.43.5
 Kenya1,084,3570.42.2
 China978,0460.40.1
 Portugal 837,2570.37.5
 Serbia 807,4410.35.6
 Libya771,1460.312.2
 Ireland 746,2600.315.9
 Norway 741,8130.313.8
 Bahrain729,3570.354.7
 Ethiopia1,072,9490.30.8
 Brazil713,5680.80.9
 Burkina Faso696,9830.34.1
 South Sudan824,1220.35.6
 Poland 619,4030.31.6
 Croatia 576,8830.317.6
 Denmark 572,5200.39
 Uganda531,4010.31.4
 New Zealand 1,039,7360.525.1
 Rwanda452,4060.23.8
 Hungary 449,6320.34.7
 Democratic Republic of Congo446,9240.20.7
 Sudan446,7070.21.2
 Republic of Congo431,4700.29.7
 Costa Rica419,5720.28.7
 Dominican Republic 415,5640.23.9
 Czech Republic 405,0930.24.0
 Gabon394,9530.223.6
 Guinea378,4640.23.2
 Zimbabwe360,9920.22.6
 Ecuador359,3150.22.2
 Ghana358,8290.21.4
 Macau333,2690.258.8
 Chad331,2510.23.4
 Sri Lanka324,9770.21.5
 Azerbaijan323,8430.23.4
 Armenia317,0010.210.6
 Finland 315,8810.25.4
 Yemen314,6830.21.3
 Tanzania312,7780.20.6
 Egypt297,4480.20.4
 Indonesia295,4330.20.1
 Cameroon291,7920.21.3
 Tajikistan275,7350.23.4
 Algeria270,4070.20.7
 Latvia 263,1260.213.8
 Palestine256,5170.25.9
 Burundi254,4770.22.5
 Luxembourg 249,3250.143.3
 Slovenia 235,9660.211.3
 Benin234,2410.22.3
 Kyrgyzstan226,9600.14.6
 Romania 226,9430.10.9
 Turkmenistan226,3270.14.3
 Liberia225,4840.15.3
 Mozambique218,8810.10.8
 South Africa3,142,5110.10.3
 Senegal209,3980.11.5
 Cyprus207,3130.118.2
 Malawi206,5780.11.3
 Brunei206,1730.149.3
 Togo202,4760.13.0
 Estonia 202,3480.116.4
 Mali195,5530.11.3
 Georgia189,8930.14.4
 Paraguay185,7760.12.8
 Slovakia 177,1900.13.3
 The Gambia162,9190.18.8
 Panama187,4160.14.7
 Bolivia154,3300.11.4
 Botswana146,4560.17.2
 Moldova 142,9040.211.2
 Reunion136,4930.115.6
 Lithuania 136,0360.14.9
 Central African Republic134,2370.12.9
 Niger132,2940.10.7
 Macedonia 130,7300.16.6
 Colombia129,6320.10.3
 Djibouti123,5370.114.2
 Afghanistan105,0900.10.3
 Peru104,9190.10.3
 French Guiana104,2910.143.3
 Myanmar103,1170.10.2
 Bulgaria 102,1130.11.2
 Zambia98,9070.10.7
 Guadeloupe 98,5070.120.8
 Sierra Leone96,3680.11.6
 Iraq95,7800.10.3
 Mauritania90,2060.12.3
 Angola87,4360.10.4
 Maldives84,2300.124.4
Channel Islands 82,3070.151.0
 Guam 76,0890.149.6
 Cambodia75,5560.10.5
 Uruguay73,5280.12.3
 Mayotte73,1070.232.9
 Guatemala72,7640.10.5
 Vietnam68,2900.10.1
 United States Virgin Islands63,2710.159.3
 New Caledonia 64,2900.124.8
 Bahamas 59,3060.116.3
 Martinique 61,7310.115.0
 Albania 57,6160.13.1
 Namibia51,4480.12.2
 Bhutan50,8620.16.7
 Belize50,8600.115.0
 Morocco50,7710.10.2
 Montenegro 82,5410.18.2
 North Korea46,8130.10.2
 Andorra 42,0820.156.9
 Mauritius44,9970.13.6
 Isle of Man 45,2210.152.0
 Suriname41,6700.17.5
 El Salvador41,6150.10.6
 Nicaragua41,4820.10.7
 American Samoa 23,2160.171.2
 Haiti 39,5290.10.4
 Curacao 37,6110.123.2
 Tunisia36,5260.10.3
 Aruba 36,1140.134.9
 Jamaica 23,1670.11.3
 French Polynesia 30,0580.112.8
 Iceland 37,5220.110.7
 Trinidad and Tobago32,4880.12.4
 Malta 41,4420.18.0
 Madagascar34,3130.10.1
 Barbados 34,4750.111.3
 Antigua and Barbuda 28,0830.131.9
 Honduras27,5030.10.4
 Sint Maarten27,0210.159.7
 Swaziland25,5240.12.0
 Papua New Guinea 25,7820.10.4
 Somalia24,5930.10.2
 Monaco 21,0420.164.2
 Northern Mariana Islands 21,6480.149.9
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 34,8030.10.6
 Fiji 13,7510.12.5
 Laos21,8010.10.3
 Bermuda19,0660.129.1
 Guinea-Bissau18,0240.11.1
 Mongolia17,2250.10.6
 Cuba 13,3360.10.1
 Eritrea15,7980.10.2
 Cape Verde14,8740.13.0
 Guyana14,7700.11.7
 Caribbean Netherlands12,6130.165.9
 Comoros12,5110.11.7
 Liechtenstein 23,4930.133.1
 Saint Lucia12,1800.16.7
 Seychelles12,0790.113.0
 Timor-Leste11,5650.11.0
 Grenada 7,0570.110.7
 Turks and Caicos Islands11,3560.124.8
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines10,2600.19.4
 Equatorial Guinea10,1410.11.3
 Gibraltar 11,0650.133.0
 British Virgin Islands 17,3080.132.3
 Solomon Islands 2,5850.11.4
 Anguilla 5,4700.145.6
 Dominica 6,7200.18.9
 Sao Tome and Principe6,3450.13.3
 Greenland 6,0090.110.4
 Saint Kitts and Nevis5,6730.110.5
 Samoa 4,9290.13.0
 Palau 5,6640.127.8
 Tonga 5,7310.14.8
 Western Sahara4,932 0.10.9It is estimated that Moroccan settlers make up at least two thirds of the 580,000 residents of Western Sahara,[4] while most of the native Sahrawis are currently living in exile in refugee camps in neighbouring Algeria.
 San Marino 4,7170.115.4
 Faroe Islands 5,5170.17.4
 Cook Islands 4,1520.115.4
 Vanuatu 3,1870.11.3
 Lesotho3,0950.10.1
 Wallis and Futuna 2,8490.120.5
 Kiribati 3,1530.12.6
 Micronesia 2,7560.12.6
 Nauru 3,1780.121.1
 Falkland Islands1,9750.162.1
 Marshall Islands 3,2840.13.2
 Montserrat 1,3510.125.9
 Saint Pierre and Miquelon9720.117.1
  Vatican City 8000.1100.0
 Saint Helena5900.114.3
 Niue 5570.137.1
 Tokelau 4870.125.4
 Tuvalu 1410.11.6

UN 2015 report: emigrant population

This is a list of countries by emigrant population, persons not living in their country of birth, based on the UN report International Migrant Stock: The 2015 Revision.[5]

Country Emigrants Notes
Total Of nation[6]
 Afghanistan4,843,11712.96%
 Albania1,122,91027.94%
 American Samoa2,0353.58%
 Algeria1,763,7714.26%
 Andorra7,5718.13%
 Angola555,4032.14%
 Anguilla2,40615.03%
 Antigua and Barbuda65,48944.46%
 Argentina940,2732.12%
 Armenia937,29923.70%
 Aruba16,72413.92%
 Austria575,8286.31%
 Australia526,5792.15%
 Azerbaijan1,146,76910.52%
 Bahamas40,0959.35%
 Bahrain55,9644.00%
 Bangladesh7,205,4104.28%
 Barbados98,46426.16%
 Belarus1,485,32313.53%
 Belgium530,9904.48%
 Belize59,88414.29%
 Benin615,8525.36%
 Bermuda17,04620.97%
 Bhutan44,1905.40%
 Bolivia799,6056.94%
 Bosnia and Herzegovina1,650,77230.23%
 Botswana58,3462.51%
 Brazil1,544,0240.73%
 British Virgin Islands4,62414.16%
 Brunei46,2379.85%
 Bulgaria1,176,39014.13%
 Burkina Faso1,453,3787.43%
 Burundi284,1872.48%
 Cabo Verde165,73224.00%
 Cambodia1,187,1427.08%
 Cameroon328,6041.39%
 Canada1,286,1763.45%
 Caribbean Netherlands8,92029.68%
 Cayman Islands1,5692.69%
 Central African Republic440,7458.17%
Channel Islands20,33511.04%
 Chad208,3351.43%
 Chile612,4093.40%
 China9,546,0650.69%
 Colombia4,700,00010.00%
 Comoros116,51612.74%
 Congo220,5014.56%
 Cook Islands21,50558.95%
 Costa Rica133,1852.70%
 Croatia865,14716.95%
 Cuba1,426,38011.13%
 Curacao69,89331.10%
 Cyprus177,18513.20%
 Czech Republic932,5828.13%
 Democratic Republic of Congo1,403,7571.68%
 Denmark250,6754.23%
 Djibouti15,9271.76%
 Dominica69,81749.11%
 Dominican Republic1,304,49310.96%
 Ecuador1,101,9236.93%
 Egypt3,268,9703.43%
 El Salvador1,436,15818.99%
 Equatorial Guinea81,0298.75%
 Eritrea499,9168.68%
 Estonia198,04213.11%
 Ethiopia753,4920.74%
 Faeroe Islands14,28422.32%
 Falkland Islands1,12427.71%
 Fiji204,93418.65%
 Finland295,0775.09%
 France2,145,9752.91%
 French Guiana4,3721.71%
 French Polynesia1,3370.49%
 Gabon63,2093.53%
 Gambia89,6394.31%
 Georgia838,43017.33%
 Germany4,045,4114.77%
 Ghana801,7102.84%
 Gibraltar13,06528.86%
 Greece871,6437.37%
 Greenland17,55223.80%
 Grenada65,81237.52%
 Guadeloupe10,6102.56%
 Guam2,1441.30%
 Guatemala1,017,5175.86%
 Guinea426,9413.27%
 Guinea-Bissau101,8285.67%
 Guyana460,28637.03%
 Haiti1,195,2409.76%
 Holy See18220.87%
 Honduras648,5207.43%
 Hong Kong1,041,2641.25%
 Hungary595,9375.70%
 Iceland38,49610.46%
 India25,575,7242.17%
 Indonesia3,876,7391.48%
 Iran1,123,3831.40%
 Iraq1,479,9663.90%
 Ireland882,02215.83%
 Isle of Man10,95711.47%
 Israel342,5853.35%
 Italy2,900,9244.62%
 Ivory Coast850,1053.61%
 Jamaica1,067,45527.61%
 Japan797,4960.63%
 Jordan699,7197.82%
 Kazakhstan4,075,73818.78%
 Kenya455,8890.96%
 Kiribati4,7174.33%
 Kuwait187,8714.20%
 Kyrgyzstan760,84711.35%
 Laos1,345,07516.50%
 Latvia337,67814.63%
 Lebanon798,14011.96%
 Lesotho363,76314.56%
 Liberia276,6305.79%
 Libya141,6232.20%
 Liechtenstein3,8709.39%
 Lithuania544,12015.90%
 Luxembourg61,0589.72%
 Macau140,39517.91%
 Macedonia516,02419.89%
 Madagascar169,9840.63%
 Malawi302,5151.73%
 Malaysia1,835,2525.71%
 Maldives2,8440.82%
 Mali1,005,6075.40%
 Malta103,39218.83%
 Marshall Islands6,90111.49%
 Martinique13,6183.40%
 Mauritania119,3342.85%
 Mauritius168,25511.77%
 Mayotte6,6023.01%
 Mexico12,339,0628.85%
 Micronesia19,79815.72%
 Moldova888,61017.92%
 Monaco28,62643.09%
 Mongolia59,2661.96%
 Montenegro138,35618.11%
 Montserrat17,74478.36%
 Morocco2,834,6417.62%
 Mozambique713,8672.49%
 Myanmar2,881,7975.08%
 Namibia145,8525.60%
 Nauru2,39119.16%
   Nepal1,629,3065.41%
 Netherlands981,4345.48%
 New Caledonia6,3301.71%
 New Zealand802,33515.00%
 Nicaragua638,9589.51%
 Niger356,7931.76%
 Nigeria1,093,6440.59%
 Niue5,35581.80%
 North Korea112,7830.45%
 Northern Mariana Islands2,6494.81%
 Norway193,4773.58%
 Oman21,3330.27%
 Pakistan5,935,1933.05%
 Palau2,55212.44%
 Panama142,7063.50%
 Papua New Guinea4,6310.06%
 Palestine3,551,18543.83%
 Paraguay845,37311.29%
 Peru3,000,0564.30%
 Philippines5,316,3205.01%
 Poland4,449,78910.33%
 Portugal2,306,32118.14%
 Puerto Rico1,768,38433.73%
 Qatar25,6810.69%
 Reunion3,0283.44%
 Romania3,408,11814.87%
 Russia10,576,7666.87%
 Rwanda315,8662.65%
 Saint Helena3,95848.19%
 Saint Kitts and Nevis39,13241.58%
 Saint Lucia55,41423.18%
 Saint Pierre and Miquelon4356.67%
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines60,42436.97%
 Samoa113,13936.68%
 San Marino2,3036.60%
 Sao Tome and Principe35,83315.83%
 Saudi Arabia270,0290.78%
 Senegal586,8703.73%
 Serbia964,5859.83%
 Seychelles11,77211.34%
 Sierra Leone145,0032.20%
 Singapore313,8845.36%
 Sint Maarten23,81141.46%
 Slovakia341,6205.92%
 Slovenia140,4906.36%
 Solomon Islands3,8330.65%
 Somalia1,998,76415.63%
 South Africa841,1201.52%
 South Korea2,345,8404.46%
 South Sudan634,6134.89%
 Spain1,251,0042.60%
 Sri Lanka1,637,3857.32%
 Sudan1,890,8613.22%
 Suriname267,80030.38%
 Swaziland95,6716.92%
 Sweden333,4283.30%
  Switzerland664,5577.41%
 Syria5,011,50921.30%
 Tanzania294,5310.55%
 Tajikistan589,7486.50%
 Thailand854,3271.24%
 Timor-Leste37,3113.01%
 Togo446,9825.77%
 Tokelau2,25561.51%
 Tonga56,52435.42%
 Trinidad and Tobago363,33220.89%
 Tunisia651,0445.46%
 Turkey3,114,4713.81%
 Turkmenistan242,9484.33%
 Turks and Caicos Islands1,8783.69%
 Tuvalu3,47224.60%
 Uganda736,0171.50%
 Ukraine5,825,74511.50%
 United Arab Emirates136,5571.35%
 United Kingdom4,917,4607.05%
 United States of America3,023,6570.92%
 United States Virgin Islands3,4073.18%
 Uruguay346,9769.18%
 Uzbekistan1,991,0406.24%
 Vanuatu8,5833.40%
 Venezuela606,3441.91%
 Vietnam2,558,6782.67%
 Wallis and Futuna7,84339.13%
 Western Sahara91,03413.44%
 Yemen1,012,8893.63%
 Zambia238,1211.45%
 Zimbabwe856,3455.20%

OECD 2015-2016 Factbook

This is a list of countries by foreign-born population (including those who hold only the citizenship of the country of residence), and foreign population, which the OECD defines as the percentage of population who hold a foreign citizenship (including those born in the country of residence), the OECD Factbook 2015-2016:[7][8][9]

Country Foreign-born population, 2013 (%) Foreign population, 2013 (%) Foreign-born nationals, as a percentage of all foreign-born, 2011 or latest
 Australia 27.6 - -
 Austria 16.7 12.6 36.5
 Belgium 15.5 10.9 44.2
 Canada 20 - -
 Czech Republic 7.1 4.2 59.1
 Denmark 8.5 7.1 40.8
 Estonia 10.1 16.1 37.4
 Finland 5.6 3.8 46.3
 France 12.0 6.4 (2012) 53.2
 Germany 12.8 9.3 52.6
 Greece 7.4 (2010) 6.2 20.0
 Hungary 4.5 1.4 71.9
 Iceland 11.5 7.0 47.5
 Ireland 16.4 12.0 (2012) 29.0
 Israel 22.6 - -
 Italy 9.5 8.1 25.0
 Japan - 1.6 -
 South Korea - 2.0 -
 Luxembourg 43.7 45.8 13.9
 Netherlands 11.6 4.9 67.3
 New Zealand 28.2 - -
 Norway 13.9 9.5 46.2
 Poland - - 84.8
 Portugal 8.2 3.7 67.3
 Slovak Republic 3.2 1.1 79.9
 Spain 13.4 10.7 22.1
 Sweden 16.0 7.2 66.6
  Switzerland 28.3 23.3 31.9
 United Kingdom 12.3 7.7 41.6
 United States 13.1 7.0 49.1

UN 2005 report

This is a list of countries by immigrant population, based on the United Nations report World Population Policies 2005.[10] [11] The total immigrant population was estimated to be 186,579,300. UN member and observer states are ranked.

Rank Country Immigrants Notes
Total Of world (%) Of national (%)
1 United States38,355,00020.5612.812009: 38.5 million foreign-born residents, 12.5% of the total population.[12]
2 Russia12,080,0006.4748.483
3 Germany10,144,0005.43712.312011: 10.7 million foreign-born residents[13]
4 Ukraine6,833,0003.66214.7
5 France6,471,0003.46810.18
6 Saudi Arabia6,361,0003.40925.25
7 Canada6,200,0003.27218.76
8 India5,700,0003.0550.517
9 United Kingdom5,408,0002.8988.982
10 Spain4,790,0002.56710.795.6 million (2009) [14]
11 Australia4,097,0002.19619.93Other sources give higher estimates.[15]
12 People's Republic of China3,852,0002.0640.2944does not include Hong Kong (SAR) and Macau (SAR)
13 Pakistan3,254,0001.7441.984
14 United Arab Emirates3,212,0001.72271.4
 Hong Kong2,999,0001.60742.59According to the 2006 By-Census, 60.3% of the population was born in Hong Kong, 33.5% in other parts of China, and 6.2% elsewhere.[16]
15 Israel2,661,0001.42637.87
16 Italy2,519,0001.354.288The number of immigrants has risen steeply since the publication of the UN report.[17] According to a 2010 report, the number is now close to 4.3 million.[18]
17 Kazakhstan2,502,0001.34116.88
18 Ivory Coast2,371,0001.27113.06
19 Jordan2,225,0001.19339.01Note the UN definition of Palestine refugees.[19]
20 Japan2,048,0001.0981.599
21 Iran1,959,0001.052.861
22 Singapore1,843,0000.987842.6
 Palestine1,680,0000.900445.38Note the UN definition of Palestine refugees.[19]
23 Ghana1,669,0000.89457.548
24 Kuwait1,669,0000.894562.11
25  Switzerland1,660,0000.889722.89
26 Malaysia1,636,1120.87846.4
27 Netherlands1,638,0000.877910.05
28 Argentina1,500,0000.80393.871
29 Turkey1,328,0000.71181.814
30 Uzbekistan1,268,0000.67964.768
31 Austria1,234,0000.661414.9
32 Chile1,200,0000.63835.50[20]
33 Sweden1,117,0000.598712.3
34 South Africa1,106,0000.59282.332The real figure may be much higher.[21][22][23] The 2011 Census placed the figure at 4.4%,[24] and that may be an underestimate due to xenophobia.
35 Thailand1,050,0000.56281.635
36 Bangladesh1,032,0000.55310.7277
37 Venezuela1,010,0000.54133.776
38 Syria985,0000.52795.173Note the UN definition of Palestine refugees.[19]
39 Greece974,0000.5228.662
40 Nigeria971,0000.52040.7382
41   Nepal819,000 < 0.53.018
42 Tanzania792,000 < 0.52.066
43 Burkina Faso773,000 < 0.55.844
44 Portugal764,000 < 0.57.204
45 Belgium719,000 < 0.56.901
46 Poland703,000 < 0.51.843
47 Croatia661,000 < 0.514.52
48 Lebanon1,657,000 < 0.527.581.1 million Syrian refugees; Note the UN definition of Palestine refugees.[19]
49 Mexico644,000 < 0.50.6017
50 New Zealand642,000 < 0.515.48
51 Brazil641,000 < 0.50.3439
52 Sudan639,000 < 0.51.727
53 Qatar637,000 < 0.575.9
54 Oman628,000 < 0.524.46
55 Libya618,000 < 0.510.56
56 Ireland585,000 < 0.513.81
57 Ethiopia555,000 < 0.50.7393
58 South Korea551,000 < 0.51.152Over 1.5 million foreign residents as of June 2013.[25]
59 Uganda539,000 < 0.50.9086
60 Democratic Republic of the Congo518,000 < 0.51.876
61 Serbia and Montenegro512,000 < 0.54.726The UN report was produced before Montenegro declared independence from Serbia on June 3, 2006. 822,308 foreign-born according to the 2011 Serbian Census.[26]
62 Zimbabwe511,000 < 0.53.928
63 Czech Republic453,000 < 0.54.413
64 Latvia449,000 < 0.519.46Note the special case of Latvian non-citizens
65 Costa Rica441,000 < 0.510.19
66 Moldova440,000 < 0.512.96
67 Chad437,000 < 0.54.483
68 Mozambique406,000 < 0.52.051
69 Guinea406,000 < 0.54.318
70 Denmark389,000 < 0.57.163
71 Philippines374,000 < 0.50.4503
72 Sri Lanka368,000 < 0.51.774
73 Kenya345,000 < 0.51.007
74 Norway655,000 < 0.513.1Updated feb. 2013
75 Senegal326,000 < 0.52.796
76 Hungary316,000 < 0.53.136
77 Cambodia306,000 < 0.54.703
78 Tajikistan304,000 < 0.52.16
79 Bahrain295,000 < 0.542.22
80 Republic of the Congo288,000 < 0.57.202
81 Kyrgyzstan288,000 < 0.55.471
82 Somalia282,000 < 0.53.427
83 Zambia279,000 < 0.52.165
84 Malawi275,000 < 0.52.357
85 Yemen265,000 < 0.51.263
 Macau257,000 < 0.551.09According to the 2006 By-Census, 42.5% of the population was born in Macau, 51% in other parts of China, and 6.5% elsewhere.[27]
86 Gabon245,000 < 0.517.7
87 Algeria242,000 < 0.50.7366
88 Armenia235,000 < 0.57.308
89 Gambia232,000 < 0.515.29
90 Turkmenistan231,000 < 0.51.406
91 Estonia224,000 < 0.54.634
92 Chile202,000 < 0.515.19
93 Georgia191,000 < 0.14.269
94 Togo183,000 < 0.12.978
95 Benin182,000 < 0.12.164
96 Azerbaijan175,000 < 0.12.074
97 Luxembourg174,000 < 0.137.42
98 Paraguay168,000 < 0.12.728
99 Egypt167,000 < 0.18.332
100 Slovenia166,000 < 0.10.2242
101 Lithuania165,000 < 0.14.809
102 Indonesia160,000 < 0.10.0718
103 Finland156,000 < 0.12.962
104 Dominican Republic156,000 < 0.11.754
105 Namibia143,000 < 0.17.041
106 Cameroon137,000 < 0.10.8394
107 Romania133,000 < 0.10.596
108 Morocco132,000 < 0.10.4193
109 Brunei124,000 < 0.133.16
110 Slovakia124,000 < 0.12.296
111 Niger124,000 < 0.10.8884
112 Colombia123,000 < 0.10.2697
113 Rwanda121,000 < 0.11.339
114 Macedonia121,000 < 0.15.949
115 Sierra Leone119,000 < 0.12.154
116 Myanmar117,000 < 0.10.2316
117 Cyprus116,000 < 0.113.89
118 Bolivia116,000 < 0.11.263
119 Ecuador114,000 < 0.10.8618
120 Bulgaria104,000 < 0.11.346
121 Panama102,000 < 0.13.156
122 Burundi100,000 < 0.11.325
123 Uruguay84,000 < 0.12.426
124 Albania83,000 < 0.12.317
125 Botswana80,000 < 0.14.533
126 Central African Republic76,000 < 0.11.882
127 Cuba74,000 < 0.10.6501
128 Comoros67,000 < 0.18.396
129 Mauritania66,000 < 0.12.151
130 Madagascar63,000 < 0.10.3386
131 Angola56,000 < 0.10.3513
132 Guatemala53,000 < 0.10.4141
133 Andorra52,000 < 0.177.25
134 Liberia50,000 < 0.11.523
135 Mali46,000 < 0.10.3403
136 Swaziland45,000 < 0.14.36
137 Afghanistan43,000 < 0.10.144
138 Peru42,000 < 0.10.1502
139 Belize41,000 < 0.115.19
140 Bosnia and Herzegovina41,000 < 0.10.9113
141 Tunisia38,000 < 0.10.3762
142 Trinidad and Tobago38,000 < 0.12.912
143 North Korea37,000 < 0.10.16
144 The Bahamas32,000 < 0.19.907
145 Haiti30,000 < 0.10.3518
146 Nicaragua28,000 < 0.10.5103
147 Iraq28,000 < 0.10.0972
148 Barbados26,000 < 0.19.311
149 Honduras26,000 < 0.10.3609
150 Monaco25,000 < 0.170.11
151 Laos25,000 < 0.10.422
152 Papua New Guinea25,000 < 0.10.4247
153 El Salvador24,000 < 0.10.3429
154 Iceland23,000 < 0.17.667
155 Mauritius21,000 < 0.11.687
156 Vietnam21,000 < 0.10.0249
157 Djibouti20,000 < 0.12.522
158 Guinea-Bissau19,000 < 0.011.198
159 Antigua and Barbuda18,000 < 0.0122.09
160 Jamaica18,000 < 0.010.679
161 Fiji17,000 < 0.012.005
162 Eritrea15,000 < 0.010.3408
163 Liechtenstein12,000 < 0.0135.31
164 Grenada11,000 < 0.0110.68
165 Malta11,000 < 0.012.723
166 Cape Verde11,000 < 0.012.17
167 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines10,000 < 0.018.403
168 Bhutan10,000 < 0.010.448
169 Saint Lucia9,000 < 0.015.6
170 Samoa9,000 < 0.014.865
171 Mongolia9,000 < 0.010.3401
172 San Marino9,000 < 0.0132.01
173 São Tomé and Príncipe7,000 < 0.014.459
174 Equatorial Guinea6,000 < 0.011.19
175 Lesotho6,000 < 0.010.334
176 East Timor6,000 < 0.010.6336
177 Dominica5,000 < 0.017.257
178 Nauru5,000 < 0.0138.45
179 Seychelles5,000 < 0.016.199
180 Suriname5,000 < 0.011.114
181 Federated States of Micronesia4,000 < 0.013.687
182 Saint Kitts and Nevis4,000 < 0.019.369
183 Palau3,000 < 0.0115.04
184 Kiribati3,000 < 0.013.02
185 Cook Islands3,000 < 0.0116.04Self-governing state in free association with New Zealand
186 Maldives3,000 < 0.010.9119
187 Solomon Islands3,000 < 0.010.6276
188 Marshall Islands2,000 < 0.013.228
189  Vatican City1,000 < 0.01100Due to the unique nature of the Vatican state, there are no natural citizens
190 Tonga1,000 < 0.010.9804
191 Vanuatu1,000 < 0.010.4739
192 Guyana1,000 < 0.010.1332
193 Tuvalu300 < 0.012.873
194 Niue100 < 0.014.617Self-governing state in free association with New Zealand

 Western Sahara did not supply data. Western Sahara is a disputed territory in North Africa, mostly administered by Morocco, and claimed by both Morocco and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. Immigration to the Moroccan-administered region is primarily from other Moroccan regions. The area administered by the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic is sparsely populated.)

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