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COMP51: Intra-Nordic immigration by reporting country and time

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5/17/2022
Number per 10,000 inhabitants
5/19/2021
Nordic Statistics database [MIGR01], where the original sources are:
Statistics Denmark [INDVAN].
Statistics Faroe Islands [IB03070].
StatBank Greenland [BEEBBIU6].
Statistics Finland [11aa].
Delivered by National Statistics Institutes (Åland, Norway, Sweden).
Statistics Iceland [MAN01404].
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This is a vision indicator selected by the Nordic Council of Ministers. It relates to the target Nordic mobility under the area A competitive Nordic region.

The indicator shows immigration from other Nordic countries, in numbers per 10,000 inhabitants.

The target population is individuals registered in the country as immigrants during the year. An immigrant is an individual who establishes his or her usual residence in the territory of a Nordic country for a period that is, or is expected to be, of at least 12 months, having previously been usually resident in another Nordic country.

Åland is included from 2012.

In the table, the Nordic Region is comprised of the following countries/areas: Denmark, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Finland, Åland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

For more information on Our Vision 2030 and the indicators, please see https://www.norden.org/en/declaration/our-vision-2030