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Subject: Migration

Key Publications

Statistical bulletin: Migration Statistics Quarterly Report, November 2014 27-Nov-2014
Provisional long-term International migration data. A coordinated release between the ONS, Home Office and DWP.
Article: Economic and Social Characteristics of the Resident Population of England and Wales by Nationality and Country of Birth in 2011 12-Jul-2013
This story analyses the characteristics of foreign passport-holders and those residents of England and Wales who were born abroad using 2011 Census data; this includes economic activity, occupation and industry, qualifications, English language proficiency, housing tenure and health.
Report: Population by Country of Birth and Nationality Report, August 2014 28-Aug-2014
This report outlines the latest population estimates for the UK by country of birth and nationality, for the year ending December 2013.
Report: Why Did Emigrants Previously Arrive to Live in the UK? November 2013 28-Nov-2013
Some people migrate to the UK, spend a year or more living as a UK resident and then emigrate from the UK. This short story examines emigration data for the reasons why people have previously migrated to the UK.
Statistical bulletin: Short-Term International Migration Annual Report – Year Ending Mid-2012 Estimates 29-May-2014
Estimates of Short-Term International Migration to and from the UK for England and Wales, by reason for migration, age, sex and citizenship.

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Reference table: Provisional Long-Term International Migration (LTIM) estimates, Year Ending June 2014 (Excel sheet 991Kb) 27-Nov-2014
Flows to and from UK, quarterly tables and charts.
Reference table: Population by Country of Birth and Nationality Tables, January 2012 to December 2012 (Excel sheet 264Kb) 29-Aug-2013
These tables show estimates of the UK resident population by country of birth and nationality. The data are produced using the Annual Population Survey (APS), which is the Labour Force Survey (LFS) plus various sample boosts. Tables 1.1 and 1.2 use country of birth groupings, table 1.3 presents the 60 most common countries of birth in the UK and table 1.4 the five most common countries of birth in the countries of the UK and UK areas. Tables 2.1 and 2.2 use nationality groupings, table 2.3 presents the 60 most common nationalities in the UK and table 2.4 the five most common nationalities in the countries of the UK and UK areas.
Reference table: Local Area Migration Indicators (Excel sheet 5669Kb) 29-Aug-2013
This is an interactive product bringing together different migration related data sources to allow users to compare indicators of migration at local authority level. The suite includes data on long-term international and internal migration flows used to calculate population turnover rates, short-term international migration inflows, non-UK born population, non-British population, migrant National Insurance Number (NINo) allocations and migrant GP registrations. The latest data available is for 2012.
Reference table: STIM.01 Flows by Main Reason for Migration, Mid 2004 to Mid 2012 (Excel sheet 82Kb) 29-May-2014
The primary purpose of entering or leaving UK of Short term migrants. Estimates from the International Passenger Survey, July to June, annual table.

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