5 OECD Countries With Most Migrants

United States:

The United States has long been a destination for immigrants from around the world, contributing to its cultural diversity and economic growth. Immigrants come to the U.S. for various reasons, including family reunification, employment opportunities, and refugee resettlement.


Germany is one of the top destinations for migrants in Europe, attracting individuals from within the European Union as well as from countries outside the EU.


Australia has a large immigrant population, with people from diverse backgrounds contributing to its society and economy. The country's points-based immigration system prioritizes skilled workers, but it also welcomes family members, refugees, and humanitarian migrants.


Canada is known for its welcoming immigration policies and multicultural society. The country's Express Entry system, among other programs, attracts skilled workers from around the world.


France has a significant immigrant population, particularly from former French colonies in North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa. Paris, in particular, is known for its multicultural neighborhoods.