India ranks number 1 amongst the top 10 source nations for overseas migrants as per the report of the United Nations. The 20 largest nations or areas account for around 49% of all the international immigrants globally. 34% or 1/3rd of the overseas migrants originate from just 10 nations.
India is now the nation with the highest number of individuals residing outside the nation’s borders, also known as Diaspora. Mexico is in second place while Russia is in third place and China is in the fourth position.
16.6 million People from India were residing in other nations in comparison with 13 million people from Mexico. Other nations with large Diaspora populations include Russia with 10.6 million, China with 10 million and Bangladesh with 7.5 million.
The Syrian Arab Republic had a Diaspora of 6.9 million, Pakistan had 6 million, and Ukraine had 5.9 million. 11 out of the 20 largest nations or areas of origin for overseas migrants were in Asia. Europe had 6 nations while Northern America, the Caribbean, Latin America, and Africa had 1 nation each.
The number of overseas migrants in a few regional corridors grew very swiftly between 2000 and 2017. Northern America was one among the fastest growing destinations for immigrants from Africa. The average yearly growth rate was 4.9% that represented 1.5 million immigrants.
The number of immigrants in Asia born in Africa increased by 4.2% annually during the same period. The number of immigrants in Oceania born in Asia increased by 4.6% annually. In Northern America, the rate of increase was 2.6% annually.
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