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External migration by sex and citizenship 1961-2022

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Until 1985 the National Register was only updated once a year with a reference date 1 December. Short term immigrations and emigrations that occurred between the reference dates were thus not noted. Multiple movements that occurred between the reference dates were not recorded but reduced to only one change of address. From 1986 all migration events are recorded as they happen. Included are all migration events that are recorded before 31 December each year. Due to the small size of gender neutrals, they are still counted among men and women.