60% of new born in Kuwait are foreigners #kuwait #q8

September 4, 2014

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The next three highest – Qatar (74%), Kuwait (60%) and Bahrain (55%) – also are in the Persian Gulf area. Immigrants in the UAE and neighboring countries come from many different places, but the largest numbers are from India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The foreign-born population has grown by nearly 500% in recent decades, from 1.3 million in 1990 to 7.8 million in 2013.

Number of Migrants by average of per decade in Kuwait

Origin Migrants

India

730,000

Bangladesh

280,000

Pakistan

240,000

Egypt

180,000

Philippines

120,000

other south

100,000

Indonesia

80,000

Yemen

50,000

Sudan

40,000

Jordan

40,000

Sri Lanka

30,000

United Arab Emirates

20,000

other north

20,000

Syria

20,000

Palestinian territories

10,000

Turkey

10,000

United Kingdom

<10,000

Lebanon

<10,000

South Sudan

<10,000

Eritrea

<10,000

United States

<10,000

Ethiopia

<10,000

Somalia

<10,000

Thailand

<10,000

France

<10,000

Morocco

<10,000

Nepal

<10,000

Afghanistan

<10,000

Saudi Arabia

<10,000

Nigeria

<10,000

Tunisia

<10,000

Chad

<10,000

Bahrain

<1,000

Netherlands

<1,000

Qatar

<1,000

Albania

<1,000

Algeria

<1,000

American Samoa

<1,000

Andorra

<1,000

Angola

<1,000

Anguilla

<1,000

Antigua and Barbuda

<1,000

Argentina

<1,000

Armenia

<1,000

Aruba

<1,000

Australia

<1,000

Austria

<1,000

Azerbaijan

<1,000

Bahamas

<1,000

Barbados

<1,000

Belarus

<1,000

Belgium

<1,000

Belize

<1,000

Benin

<1,000

Bermuda

<1,000

Bhutan

<1,000

Bolivia

<1,000

Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

<1,000

Bosnia-Herzegovina

<1,000

Botswana

<1,000

Brazil

<1,000

British Virgin Islands

<1,000

Brunei

<1,000

Bulgaria

<1,000

Burkina Faso

<1,000

Burma (Myanmar)

<1,000

Burundi

<1,000

Cambodia

<1,000

Cameroon

<1,000

Canada

<1,000

Cape Verde

<1,000

Cayman Islands

<1,000

Central African Republic

<1,000

Channel Islands

<1,000

Chile

<1,000

China

<1,000

Colombia

<1,000

Comoros

<1,000

Congo

<1,000

Cook Islands

<1,000

Costa Rica

<1,000

Croatia

<1,000

Cuba

<1,000

Curacao

<1,000

Cyprus

<1,000

Czech Republic

<1,000

Democratic Republic of the Congo

<1,000

Denmark

<1,000

Djibouti

<1,000

Dominica

<1,000

Dominican Republic

<1,000

Ecuador

<1,000

El Salvador

<1,000

Equatorial Guinea

<1,000

Estonia

<1,000

Faeroe Islands

<1,000

Falkland Islands (Malvinas)

<1,000

Federated States of Micronesia

<1,000

Fiji

<1,000

Finland

<1,000

French Guiana

<1,000

French Polynesia

<1,000

Gabon

<1,000

Gambia

<1,000

Georgia

<1,000

Germany

<1,000

Ghana

<1,000

Gibraltar

<1,000

Greece

<1,000

Greenland

<1,000

Grenada

<1,000

Guadeloupe

<1,000

Guam

<1,000

Guatemala

<1,000

Guinea

<1,000

Guinea Bissau

<1,000

Guyana

<1,000

Haiti

<1,000

Honduras

<1,000

Hong Kong

<1,000

Hungary

<1,000

Iceland

<1,000

Iran

<1,000

Iraq

<1,000

Ireland

<1,000

Isle of Man

<1,000

Israel

<1,000

Italy

<1,000

Ivory Coast

<1,000

Jamaica

<1,000

Japan

<1,000

Kazakhstan

<1,000

Kenya

<1,000

Kiribati

<1,000

Kyrgyzstan

<1,000

Laos

<1,000

Latvia

<1,000

Lesotho

<1,000

Liberia

<1,000

Libya

<1,000

Liechtenstein

<1,000

Lithuania

<1,000

Luxembourg

<1,000

Macau

<1,000

Madagascar

<1,000

Malawi

<1,000

Malaysia

<1,000

Maldives

<1,000

Mali

<1,000

Malta

<1,000

Marshall Islands

<1,000

Martinique

<1,000

Mauritania

<1,000

Mauritius

<1,000

Mayotte

<1,000

Mexico

<1,000

Moldova

<1,000

Monaco

<1,000

Mongolia

<1,000

Montenegro

<1,000

Montserrat

<1,000

Mozambique

<1,000

Namibia

<1,000

Nauru

<1,000

New Caledonia

<1,000

New Zealand

<1,000

Nicaragua

<1,000

Niger

<1,000

Niue

<1,000

North Korea

<1,000

Northern Mariana Islands

<1,000

Norway

<1,000

Oman

<1,000

Palau

<1,000

Panama

<1,000

Papua New Guinea

<1,000

Paraguay

<1,000

Peru

<1,000

Poland

<1,000

Portugal

<1,000

Puerto Rico

<1,000

Republic of Macedonia

<1,000

Reunion

<1,000

Romania

<1,000

Russia

<1,000

Rwanda

<1,000

Samoa

<1,000

San Marino

<1,000

Sao Tome and Principe

<1,000

Senegal

<1,000

Serbia

<1,000

Seychelles

<1,000

Sierra Leone

<1,000

Singapore

<1,000

Sint Maarten (Dutch part)

<1,000

Slovakia

<1,000

Slovenia

<1,000

Solomon Islands

<1,000

South Africa

<1,000

South Korea

<1,000

Spain

<1,000

St. Helena

<1,000

St. Kitts and Nevis

<1,000

St. Lucia

<1,000

St. Pierre and Miquelon

<1,000

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

<1,000

Suriname

<1,000

Swaziland

<1,000

Sweden

<1,000

Switzerland

<1,000

Tajikistan

<1,000

Tanzania

<1,000

Timor-Leste

<1,000

Togo

<1,000

Tokelau

<1,000

Tonga

<1,000

Trinidad and Tobago

<1,000

Turkmenistan

<1,000

Turks and Caicos Islands

<1,000

Tuvalu

<1,000

U.S. Virgin Islands

<1,000

Uganda

<1,000

Ukraine

<1,000

Uruguay

<1,000

Uzbekistan

<1,000

Vanuatu

<1,000

Vatican City

<1,000

Venezuela

<1,000

Vietnam

<1,000

Wallis and Futuna

<1,000

Western Sahara

<1,000

Zambia

<1,000

Zimbabwe

<1,000

Source: United Nations Population Division.
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According to the United Nations Population Division, an international migrant is someone who has been living for one year or longer in a country other than the one in which he or she was born. This means that many foreign workers and international students are counted as migrants. Additionally, the U.N. considers refugees and, in some cases, their descendants (such as Palestinians born in refugee camps) to be international migrants. For the purposes of this interactive feature, estimates of the number of unauthorized or illegal immigrants living in various countries also are included in the total counts. On the other hand, tourists, foreign-aid workers, temporary workers employed abroad for less than a year and overseas military personnel typically are not counted as migrants.

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