California Net International Migration By County in 2019
Updated on May 29, 2021.

According to the US Census Bureau estimates, in 2019, the net international migration for California was 74,028, and the top three counties that had the highest net international migration were:

  1. Los Angeles County: 21,050
  2. Santa Clara County: 13,409
  3. Alameda County: 8,540

On the other hand, the top 3 counties that had the lowest net international migration were:

  1. Tulare County: -270
  2. Merced County: -144
  3. Madera County: -139

Net International migration for a given county refers to the difference between number of people moving to the county from other parts of the world outside the borders of the United States (50 states and District of Columbia) and the number of people moving out of the county to other parts of the world outside the borders of the United States.

See also: California Net International Migration Rate By County in 2019.

California Net International Migration By County in 2019
See also Net Migration By State for other years:
California Net International Migration By County in 2019
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State Net International Migration
Alameda 8,540
Alpine 1
Amador 17
Butte 103
Calaveras 15
Colusa -33
Contra Costa 2,916
Del Norte 15
El Dorado 75
Fresno 479
Glenn -31
Humboldt -17
Imperial 33
Inyo 18
Kern 81
Kings -74
Lake -26
Lassen 7
Los Angeles 21,050
Madera -139
Marin 432
Mariposa 9
Mendocino -60
Merced -144
Modoc 5
Mono 64
Monterey -90
Napa -13
Nevada -3
Orange 6,178
Placer 79
Plumas -3
Riverside 303
Sacramento 3,042
San Benito -38
San Bernardino 162
San Diego 6,733
San Francisco 4,498
San Joaquin 687
San Luis Obispo -7
San Mateo 3,610
Santa Barbara 553
Santa Clara 13,409
Santa Cruz 59
Shasta 193
Sierra 0
Siskiyou 2
Solano 280
Sonoma 97
Stanislaus 144
Sutter 100
Tehama -29
Trinity -1
Tulare -270
Tuolumne 20
Ventura 140
Yolo 857
Yuba 0

Trend of Net International Migration for Counties in California

Use the links below to find the trend of the net international migration for each county in California.