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The Home Office ‘Immigration statistics’ series forms part of a larger cross-Government Statistical Service Transformation plan to meet changing user needs, and which will begin to put administrative data at the core of evidence on migration.

‘Immigration Statistics, year ending September 2019’ provides the latest figures on persons who are subject to United Kingdom (UK) immigration controls. All data in this release relate to the year ending September 2019 (1 October 2018 to 30 September 2019) and all comparisons are with the year ending September 2018 (1 October 2017 to 30 September 2018), unless stated otherwise. Due to European Union (EU) freedom of movement principles, the majority of UK immigration controls relate to non-European Economic Area (EEA) nationals. Unless otherwise stated, data in this release relate to non-EEA nationals.

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Immigration, process through which individuals become permanent residents or citizens of another country. Historically, the process of immigration has been of great social, economic, and cultural benefit to states. The immigration experience is long and varied and has in many cases resulted in the development of multicultural societies; many modern states are characterized by a wide variety of cultures and ethnicities that have derived from previous periods of immigration.