Immigration

5 Countries with Least Number Of Immigrants

Immigration has historically occurred a numerous time on a needs-must basis. Most of the great migrations were motivated by the pursuit of jobs, a more fertile land, or even religious freedom. These days the people move from land to land, and most of the main reasons for that is the pleasure of travel, more career-oriented opportunities and the willingness to move to a new environment and in some cases the political factors and war & poverty. These days we don’t have to spend days on inhospitable ships and walk to miles because the mode of transportation are much readily available to everyone and people exploit these opportunities a lot.

Talking of the same there are many countries which have a huge flow of migrations such as U.S.A., Germany, Saudi Arabia, Russia and the United Kingdom, on the other hand, there are some countries where the migration rate is very low, some of them are;

Slovakia

In the year 2012, the total population of Slovakia was 5,407,579. The total net migration in the country from the year 2007 to 2012 was 1,199, therefore the migration rate per 1000 inhabitants was 0.22.

Serbia

In the year 2012, the total population of Slovakia was 7,199,077. The total net migration in the country from the year 2007 to 2012 was -99,999, therefore the migration rate per 1000 inhabitants was -13.89.

Hungary

In the year 2012, the total population of Slovakia was 9,920,362. The total net migration in the country from the year 2007 to 2012 was 29,999, therefore the migration rate per 1000 inhabitants was -3.02.

Montenegro

In the year 2012, the total population of Slovakia was 620,601. The total net migration in the country from the year 2007 to 2012 was 2,412, therefore the migration rate per 1000 inhabitants was -3.89.

Macedonia

In the year 2012, the total population of Slovakia was 2,069,270. The total net migration in the country from the year 2007 to 2012 was – 4,999, therefore the migration rate per 1000 inhabitants was -2.42.

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