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World Immigrant Card

World Immigrant Card

The most numerous non-indigenous nationalities in Europe.

Temporary (labor) immigration is also taken into account.

Some surprises:

  • Ukrainians are the most numerous non-indigenous nationality not only in Russia, but also in Moldova and the Czech Republic.
  • Ireland is no longer the main supplier of immigrants to the UK. Since 2011, Ireland has dropped to 4th place behind India, Poland and Pakistan.
  • The Czech Republic and Slovakia are not the most numerous non-indigenous nationalities for each other, although not so long ago both were part of Czechoslovakia.
  • The Poles are the most numerous non-indigenous nationality in Ireland, Iceland, Norway and Lithuania.
  • Turks are the most numerous non-indigenous nationality not only in Germany, but also in the Netherlands, Denmark, Austria and Bulgaria.
  • This is not very well seen on the map, but the former citizens of Portugal are the most numerous non-indigenous nationality in Luxembourg, and in Portugal itself the Brazilians are.
  • The trace of the USSR is clearly visible on this map - the Russians are the most numerous non-indigenous nationality in Estonia, Latvia, Belarus and Ukraine.
  • The same can be said about the former Yugoslavia. Serbs are the most numerous non-indigenous nationality in 4 of the 7 former Yugoslav republics (Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro). In Serbia itself the Hungarians are like that.
  • In Spain, Italy and Hungary, the most numerous non-indigenous nationality is Romanians.