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CITI01: Population 1 January by reporting country, citizenship, sex, age and time

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12/20/2022
Number of persons
3/7/2023
10/31/2018
Statistics Denmark [FOLK1B].
Statistics Faroe Islands [IB01050_FO_RIKISB].
StatBank Greenland [BEXST6].
Statistics Finland [11rg].
Delivered by National Statistics Institutes (Åland, Norway, Sweden).
Statistics Iceland [MAN04103].
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Population as of 1 January. Citizenship means the particular legal bond between an individual and his or her state, acquired through birth or naturalisation, whether by declaration, choice, marriage or other means according to national legislation.

Naturalisation is one of the most common ways of acquiring citizenship. It is a formal act of granting citizenship to an alien who applies to be a citizen. International law does not set out detailed rules on naturalisation, but recognises the competence of every state to naturalise non-nationals. Generally, a period of legally registered residence is required, combined with other criteria such as evidence of social and economic integration and knowledge of national languages. Different criteria may apply for people born or educated in the country concerned, or who have parents or other relatives with that country's citizenship.

In the case of double citizenships the citizenship of the reporting country prevails.

Stateless: A stateless person is not considered as a national by any State under the operation of its law, as set out in article 1 of the 1954 Convention relating to the status of stateless persons.

reporting country

Denmark

Data has been rerun from 2008 and onwards in 2018. This has resulted in some minor changes in the distribution on countries of citizenship.

Finland

Includes Åland.

Åland

As of 31 December the previous year.

Sweden

As of 31 December the previous year.