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CITI03: Population by reporting country, country background, time, population category, sex and age

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10/29/2021
persons
4/9/2021
National statistical institutes. Register-based statistics.
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Foreign-born with two foreign-born parents: Foreign-born with native-born adoptive parents are excluded.

Descendants: Native-born with two foreign-born parents.

Rest of population: Total population excluding descendants and foreign-born with two foreign-born parents.

Country background: Foreign-born with two foreign-born parents = their own country of birth. Descendants = mother's country of birth, or father's country of birth if mother's is unknown. Rest of the population = Reporting country i.e. one or both parents' country of birth is the reporting country.

This matrix is the result of an integration and migration co-operation project involving the Nordic Statistical Institutes. More information about the project and the results can be found at the website for Nordic Co-operation .

An update is planned for spring 2024.

reporting country

Denmark

31. December previous year.

Resident: A registered resident with a national identity number who has stayed or intends to stay in the country for more than 3-6 months.

Age: 31 December previous year.

Finland

Includes Åland.

31. December previous year.

Resident: A registered resident with a national identity number who has stayed or intends to stay in the country for more than 12 months.

Age: 31 December previous year.

Iceland

1 January.

Resident: A registered resident with a national identity number who has stayed or intends to stay in the country for more than 3-6
months.
Age: Age by the end of the previous year.

Norway

1 January .
Foreign-born with two foreign-born parents and four foreign-born grandparents. Adopted foreign-born are excluded.

Resident: A registered resident with a national identity number who has stayed or intends to stay in the country for more than 6 months.

Descendants: Native-born with two foreign-born parents and four foreign-born grandparents.

Age by the end of the previous year.

Sweden

31. December previous year.

Resident: A registered resident with a national identity number who has stayed or intends to stay in the country for more than 12 months.

Age: 31. december previous year.