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JOINT UN-ECE/EUROSTAT WORK SESSION ON MIGRATION STATISTICS GENEVA, 17-19 OCTOBETR 2012 COLLECTING MIGRATION DATA IN THE UK CENSUS IAN WHITE , Office for National Statistics, UNITED KNGDOM. COLLECTING DATA ON MIGRATION IN THE 1841 CENSUS.

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JOINT UN-ECE/EUROSTAT WORK SESSION

ON MIGRATION STATISTICS

GENEVA, 17-19 OCTOBETR 2012

COLLECTING MIGRATION DATA

IN THE UK CENSUS

IAN WHITE, Office for National Statistics,

UNITED KNGDOM


COLLECTING DATA ON MIGRATION IN THE 1841 CENSUS


MEASURING MIGRATION IN THE CENSUS: UN-ECE/EUROSTAT RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Stocks of internal migrants 

  • Flows in internal migrants

    - origin 

    - destination 

  • Stocks of international migrants 

  • Flows of international migrants

    - in migrants 

    - out migrants 〤


Country of birth

What is your country of birth?

□ England

□ Wales

□ Scotland

□ Northern Ireland

□ Republic of Ireland

□ Elsewhere, write in the name of the

country

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Percentage of population born outside UK, 1841-2001


Foreign nationals recorded in the census of England and Wales 1861 and 2001

1861 Census 2001 Census

21,400 25.5% 472,400 15.0%

13,000 15.4% 455,900 14.5%

7,000 9.4% 308,200 9.8%

5,500 6.6% 243,600 7.8%

4,500 5.3% 153,000 4.9%


Foreign nationals recorded in the census in England and Wales, 1861-1921 (%)


Date of entry and length of intended stay

If you were not born in the United Kingdom, when did you most recently arrive to live hear ?

Month Year

□ □ □ □ □ □

Including time already spent here, how long do you intent to stay in the United Kingdom ?

□ Less than 6 months

□ 6 months or more but less than 12 months

□ 12 months or more


Date of entry and length of intended stay

If you were not born in the United Kingdom, when did you most recently arrive to live hear ?

Month Year

□ □ □ □ □ □

Including time already spent here, how long do you intent to stay in the United Kingdom ?

□ Less than 6 months

□ 6 months or more but less than 12 months

□ 12 months or more

195,000 short-term migrants (0.35 %)

94,000 aged 15-24 (49.4%)


Country of citizenship

What passports do you hold?

□ United Kingdom

□ Irish

□ Other, write in

□ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □

□ None

Multi-tick question

Use of other characteristics to derive citizenship


National identity


Previous place of usual residence

One year ago what was your usual address?

□ Same address

□ Student term-time address (write in below)

□ Another address (write in below)

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□ Outside the UK, write in country

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Second address

Do you stay at another address for more than 30 days a year?

□ No

□ Yes in UK, (write address below)

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□ Yes outside UK, (write in country)

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Second address

What is that address?

□ Armed forces base

□ Another address when working away from home

□ Student’s home address

□ Student’s term-time address

□ Another parent or guardian’s address

□ Holiday home

□ Other


Ethnicity question in the England and Wales Census


Religion question in the England and Wales Census


Language questions in the England and Wales Census


THANK YOU


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