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Redundant immigration is a term commonly used for people who emigrate after ever immigrating to Sweden. Of the total emigration 2014 it was 35,900 people or 70 percent who retreated.
Of those who emigrated in 2014, the majority, 63 percent, were born abroad, 37 percent were born in Sweden.
About 4,000 people or 21 percent of the Swedish-born emigrants were re-immigrants. On average, they had been living in Sweden more than six years since the last immigration. The most common countries for Swedish-born immigrants to move to Norway, the United States and the United Kingdom.