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Five Biggest Immigrant Groups by Country #3

Below are another 10 countries. Name the country of origin for the five biggest foreign born populations in each of the following.

Whole Series: 1, 2 and 3
Source: UN (2017)
Last updated: March 12, 2019
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Saudi Arabia
India
Indonesia
Pakistan
Bangladesh
Egypt
 
Fiji
Australia
Pakistan
Bangladesh
Tonga
India
Turkey
Syria
Bulgaria
Germany
North Macedonia
Greece
 
Netherlands
Turkey
Suriname
Morocco
Indonesia
Germany
Dominican Republic
Haiti
United States
Spain
Venezuela
Cuba
 
Kenya
Somalia
Uganda
South Sudan
Tanzania
Ethiopia
Portugal
Angola
Brazil
France
Mozambique
Cape Verde
 
Greece
Albania
Germany
Georgia
Bulgaria
Russia
Ivory Coast
Burkina Faso
Mali
Guinea
Liberia
Benin
 
Thailand
Myanmar
Laos
Cambodia
China
Nepal
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level 53
Jan 13, 2017
My favorite of the 3
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level 84
Mar 11, 2019
Accept Northern Macedonia for Macedonia.
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level 78
Mar 11, 2019
Or North Macedonia. (Maybe all relevant quizzes need to be updated, eSwatini style.)
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level 76
Mar 12, 2019
Many have been. So on this one when I tried Northern Macedonia and it didn't work, I assumed it wasn't an answer.
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level ∞
Mar 12, 2019
Fixed. We updated all the featured quizzes. It took a long time. This one was just featured a couple days ago, and I didn't notice. By the way, you can save time by simply typing "Macedonia" or "FYROM".
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level 77
Mar 14, 2019
All of these make sense either because the country is affluent and bringing in workers, was formerly a colony, a relatively cheap place to retire or a bordering country that people flee to. And then there is Georgians in Greece. Can someone explain the connection?
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level 61
Mar 15, 2019
Religion: Georgia is an Eastern Orthodox country like Greece. Also, Greece has a lot of important monasteries that attracts monks and religious scholars from all Eastern Europe.