59 publications that are related to International migration , sorted by release date
Considering the impact of different migration trend lengths in the 2018-based subnational population projections for England.
Keywords: variant projections, international migration, internal migration, local authorities, estimates
International migration statistics preliminary adjustments update and feedback: February 2020 (Latest release)This background note provides an update of the progress with the preliminary adjustments for long-term international migration statistics so far, and summarises our main areas for further research and development.
Keywords: MSQR, transformation, research, administrative data
Note on the difference between ONS population estimates by nationality and Home Office European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS) statistics (Latest release)
Keywords: migration statistics, population statistics, EU Settlement Scheme
Exploring international migration concepts and definitions with Home Office administrative data (Latest release)Additional concepts and defintions for measuring international migration using Home Office administrative data..
Keywords: Transformation, Defintions, Administrative Data, Research Outputs, long-term international migration, LTIM
Overview of our research into how we define and measure international migration.
Keywords: International migration, Transformation, Definitions,
What can administrative data sources tell us about the patterns of presence of non-EU students? (Latest release)The patterns and length of non-EU student presence in England and Wales using linked Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) and Home Office administrative data.
Keywords: international migration, students, transformation, definitions, Research Outputs
Provisional UK long-term international migration statistics for 2018, by a number of variables including citizenship, reason for migration, age, sex, country of birth, occupation and country of next or last residence.
Keywords: net migration, IPS, LTIM, immigration, emigration
Examining the issues with comparing the UK’s various migration data sources, our follow-up report to explain the differences between these sources.
Keywords: LTIM, APS, LFS, population
Our analysis plans on the contribution and impact of international migration on the health sector, where we will look at migrants both as a workforce and users of public services.
The current demographic composition of those working in UK's tourism industry and movements into and out of the industry.
Keywords: migrants, migration, workers, EU nationals, non-EU nationals, tourism occupations