E.g., 08/31/2016
E.g., 08/31/2016

Migration Data Hub

Migration Data Hub

UNHCR

Use our interactive maps and data to find out where refugees and asylum seekers originate and the countries in which they reside, as well as annual asylum applications by country of destination. Learn which countries are the leading countries of refugee resettlement, where particular refugee populations have dispersed around the world, and more.

Use our interactive maps to learn about international migration, including immigrant and emigrant populations by country and trends in global migration since 1960. One of these maps was referred to by a news organization as "addictive" and "a font of fun facts."

Remittances are among the most tangible links between migration and development. According to World Bank projections, international migrants are expected to remit more than $582 billion in earnings in 2015, of which $432 billion will flow to low- or middle-income countries. Use the interactive data tools to find global remittance flows numerically, as a share of GDP, and more.

Review U.S. Census data on immigrants and the native born based on demographics (population and country of birth, age, Hispanic origin, children/ families); language and education (English proficiency and educational attainment, languages spoken at home); workforce (immigrants' share of workers, top occupations and industries, skill underutilization of the college educated); and income (average incomes, poverty rates).

Learn about populations eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program nationally and in top states and counties. The two data tools offered here provide estimates as of 2016 for DACA-eligible unauthorized immigrant youth for 41 states and 118 counties, as well as application rates by top countries of origin.

These interactive charts visualize changing immigration patterns and characteristics of the immigrant population in the United States over time. Topics covered include: Legal Immigration Flows, Naturalization Trends, Immigrants' Countries and Regions of Birth; Diaspora Groups in the United States; Children in Immigrant Families; Immigrants in the U.S. Labor Force; Limited English Proficient (LEP) Population; and Age and Gender Distribution of Immigrants.

Unauthorized Immigrant Data Tool
Use this unique data tool to learn about unauthorized immigrant populations in the U.S. and by state and for top counties. Get detailed data profiles for the U.S., 41 states, the District of Columbia, and 117 counties with the largest unauthorized populations. The profiles include data on countries of origin, recency of arrival, educational and workforce characteristics, English proficiency, health care coverage, deferred action-eligible populations, and much more. Estimates of potential deferred action populations and their share of the overall unauthorized population are offered for 41 states and 138 counties.

Remittances are among the most tangible links between migration and development. According to World Bank projections, international migrants are expected to remit more than $582 billion in earnings in 2015, of which $432 billion will flow to low- or middle-income countries. Use the interactive data tools to find global remittance flows numerically, as a share of GDP, and more.

Use these interactive tools, data charts, and maps to learn the origins and destinations of international migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers; the current-day and historical size of the immigrant population by country of settlement; top 25 destinations for migrants; and annual asylum applications by country of destination.

Use our interactive maps to learn about international migration, including immigrant and emigrant populations by country and trends in global migration since 1960. One of these maps was referred to by a news organization as "addictive" and "a font of fun facts."

Use our interactive maps, with the latest available data, to learn where immigrant populations, by country or region of birth, are concentrated in the United States—at state, county, and metro levels. And explore settlement patterns and concentration of various immigrant populations in the United States in 2010 and 2000 with static maps.