After all the public and media focus on imigrants from South America you might be surprised to see where the most migrants to the US are coming from.
Also, for the first time in 4 years more people moved from China to US than from US to China.
2013 Top Origin Countries to the U.S.
2013 Top Destination Countries from the U.S.
United Arab Emirates
“The U.S. only saw a moving deficit to two of the countries on the top destination and origin lists, demonstrating the U.S. economy’s international strength,” said Michael Stoll, economist, professor and chair of the Department of Public Policy at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Some key trends emerged in the 2013 migration patterns:
European countries saw a high volume of inbound and outbound moves with Germany and the U.K. taking the top spots on both the origin and destination lists. In comparison to 2012 data, France moved to No. 5 from No. 6 on the destination list and Italy stayed at No. 13. Switzerland appeared at the No. 9 spot and Belgium fell slightly to No. 13 from No. 12.
Japan moved up on the destination list to No. 7 from No. 10. After joining the ranking in 2012, Hong Kong moved to No. 14 from No. 15 on the top destinations. In 2013, China had a moving deficit to the U.S.
Central and South America
Brazil moved to No. 12 from the No. 14 spot on the top origin list, and held steady at No. 11 on the destination list. Chile fell from the top destination list where it came in at No. 12 in 2012.
UniGroup Relocation is affiliated with U.S. moving leaders Mayflower Transit and United Van Lines. The 2013 international migration results come after United released its 37th annual domestic migration study, capturing state-to-state migration patterns in the U.S.
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