55 publications that are related to International migration , sorted by release date
2011 Census: Internal and international migration for the United Kingdom in the year prior to the 2011 Census (Latest release)We look at the usually resident population of the UK who were living at a different address (either in the UK or overseas), 1 year prior to the 2011 Censuses of England and Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. Analysis is by age, sex and geography at national and local levels. Of the total UK population, results show that 12% had a different address 1 year previously, with a high majority of these moving from within the UK.
Keywords: students, usual resident, flow data, origin-destination
2011 Census analysis: Social and Economic Characteristics by Length of Residence of Migrant Populations in England and Wales (Latest release)
Keywords: foreign-born, EU-born, citizenship, recent arrivals
2011 Census analysis: Immigration Patterns of Non-UK Born Populations in England and Wales in 2011 (Latest release)Using historic and 2011 Census data, we look at the immigration patterns of residents who were born outside the UK. Over the past 60 years the population has become more diverse, with an increase in the number of residents who were born outside the UK, from just 4.3% in 1951 to 13% in 2011. The top 5 non-UK countries of birth in 2011 were India, Poland, Pakistan, Republic of Ireland and Germany. We also discuss the possible reasons for migration to the UK.
Keywords: census, 2011 Census, census analysis, migration, country of birth, population estimates, usual residents
Keywords: 2011 Census, population estimates, usual residents, household estimates
Using 2011 Census data, we look at international migrants in England and Wales. Analysis by country of birth and passports held are reported at national, regional and local levels. Main findings show an increase in the number of residents who were born outside the UK, with 13% of residents born outside the UK in 2011, compared with just 9% in 2001. The most common non-UK countries of birth in 2011 were India, Poland and Pakistan.
Keywords: 2011 Census, population estimates, usual residents, population density, 2011 Census, passports held, country of birth, health and provision of care, religion, ethnic group, economic activity, tenure, car or van availability, qualifications and students, Welsh language skills