Photo: Latin America
The number of immigrants throughout the world has increased since 1990. According to the United Nations, U.N. Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN-DESA), 232 million people, or 3.2 percent of the world’s population, are living in a country different than where they were born.
This group represented only 154 million in 1990.
While the notion of people immigrating from developing countries to developed countries is covered in the news daily, immigrants moving between developing countries is just as prevalent.
In 2013, 82 million international migrants were born in a developing country and residing in another.
Obviously, Latin Americans are no exception. Brazil and Uruguay saw the most citizens emigrating to other countries.
Check out where the most Latinos are immigrating to below.
5. Bolivia - 94,740 immigrants
4. Venezuela - 148,072 immigrants
3. Argentina - 435,759 immigrants
2. Ecuador - 280,652 immigrants
1. Chile - 290,750 immigrants