Does Denmark have a lot of immigrants? With over 44,000 living in Denmark as of January 1, 2022, most immigrants came from Poland. The second and third largest groups of immigrants were from Syria and Romania, amounting to roughly 35,000 and 34,000 people, respectively.
Where are most immigrants in Denmark from? The ten most represented countries of origin within the Danish immigrant population in order of greatest proportion of the population are Poland, Turkey, Germany, Iraq, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania, Norway, Iran, Sweden, and Pakistan.
Is Denmark good for immigrants? Denmark is the world’s 10th best place to be an immigrant according to Best Countries 2017, scoring 80 countries worldwide based on UN assessment and public perception. Despite public scolding for pursuing a (too) strict immigration policy, Denmark is better than its recent reputation.
How many immigrants does Denmark have?
Number of people immigrating to Denmark from 2011 to 2021, by citizenship.
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