Top 10 Immigrant Countries and Their Origin Countries

Name the following:
The ten countries with the highest foreign born population (est. 2013)
The top five origin countries of those immigrants (est. 2013)
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Last updated: May 22, 2016
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1. UNITED STATES
12.95 m
Mexico
2.25 m
China
2.06 m
India
2.00 m
Philippines
1.38 m
Vietnam
 
 
2. RUSSIA
2.94 m
Ukraine
2.48 m
Kazakhstan
1.11 m
Uzbekistan
743 k
Azerbaijan
740 k
Belarus
3. GERMANY
1.54 m
Turkey
1.15 m
Poland
1.01 m
Russia
718 k
Kazakhstan
433 k
Italy
 
 
4. SAUDI ARABIA
1.76 m
India
1.32 m
Pakistan
1.31 m
Bangladesh
1.30 m
Egypt
1.03 m
Philippines
5. U.A.E.
2.85 m
India
1.09 m
Bangladesh
954 k
Pakistan
712 k
Egypt
477 k
Philippines
 
 
6. UNITED KINGDOM
756 k
India
661 k
Poland
476 k
Pakistan
413 k
Ireland
311 k
Germany
7. FRANCE
1.41 m
Algeria
911 k
Morocco
629 k
Portugal
382 k
Tunisia
361 k
Italy
 
 
8. CANADA
674 k
United Kingdom
640 k
China
518 k
India
364 k
Philippines
340 k
Italy
9. AUSTRALIA
1.27 m
United Kingdom
447 k
China
365 k
India
232 k
Italy
225 k
Vietnam
 
 
10. SPAIN
798 k
Romania
746 k
Morocco
451 k
Ecuador
381 k
United Kingdom
359 k
Colombia
+4
Level 73
May 22, 2016
Great quiz, well done!
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Level 65
May 22, 2016
Thank you!!
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Level 35
May 23, 2016
Nice one!!
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Level 36
May 23, 2016
Why are Romanians flocking to Spain...?
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Level 75
Dec 27, 2017
Their languages are from the same family. In other words, it's easy for Romanians to learn Spanish. Also, it's an easy access country for them in comparison to the options of similar or better quality.
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Level 81
Apr 16, 2021
Similar cultures, languages, climates. After Communism ended in Romania and Romanians were looking for a place to go with a better economy not too different or far away, Spain was an attractive option. By 2007 when Romania joined the EU, making emigration much simpler, there was already a large Romanian community in Spain, and this attracted more immigrants even as the Spanish economy started to worsen significantly after 2008. Once a large expat community is established somewhere, it tends to grow as people from the original country come to join friends or family members who previously emigrated.
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Level 71
Apr 16, 2021
Quite right.
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Level 43
Jul 22, 2018
Great Quiz