Georgia 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 Georgia was 15,053, and the top three counties that had the highest net international migration were:

  1. DeKalb County: 3,831
  2. Fulton County: 3,003
  3. Gwinnett County: 2,348

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

  1. Liberty County: -45
  2. Camden County: -29
  3. Colquitt County: -18

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: Georgia Net International Migration Rate By County in 2019.

Georgia Net International Migration By County in 2019
See also Net Migration By State for other years:
Georgia Net International Migration By County in 2019
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State Net International Migration
Appling 2
Atkinson -1
Bacon -5
Baker -1
Baldwin 27
Banks 11
Barrow 44
Bartow 20
Ben Hill 6
Berrien 12
Bibb 130
Bleckley 5
Brantley 1
Brooks 12
Bryan -3
Bulloch 84
Burke -2
Butts -3
Calhoun 2
Camden -29
Candler 2
Carroll 55
Catoosa 2
Charlton 85
Chatham 304
Chattahoochee 38
Chattooga 5
Cherokee 217
Clarke 326
Clay -2
Clayton 423
Clinch 8
Cobb 1,754
Coffee -1
Colquitt -18
Columbia 75
Cook 0
Coweta 110
Crawford 7
Crisp 11
Dade -7
Dawson 6
Decatur -4
DeKalb 3,831
Dodge 5
Dooly -2
Dougherty 48
Douglas 38
Early 4
Echols 7
Effingham 30
Elbert -2
Emanuel -2
Evans 0
Fannin -5
Fayette 166
Floyd 152
Forsyth 409
Franklin 26
Fulton 3,003
Gilmer -1
Glascock 0
Glynn 8
Gordon 23
Grady 0
Greene 25
Gwinnett 2,348
Habersham 2
Hall 73
Hancock 4
Haralson -5
Harris -2
Hart -2
Heard -2
Henry 26
Houston 141
Irwin -1
Jackson 26
Jasper -1
Jeff Davis 9
Jefferson 5
Jenkins 9
Johnson -2
Jones 0
Lamar 25
Lanier -4
Laurens 2
Lee 3
Liberty -45
Lincoln 2
Long 1
Lowndes 112
Lumpkin -13
McDuffie -11
McIntosh -1
Macon 4
Madison 19
Marion -3
Meriwether 0
Miller 0
Mitchell 8
Monroe -8
Montgomery 3
Morgan 1
Murray 21
Muscogee 204
Newton 37
Oconee 4
Oglethorpe 3
Paulding 5
Peach 11
Pickens 2
Pierce -8
Pike 0
Polk -5
Pulaski -2
Putnam 3
Quitman 0
Rabun 0
Randolph -1
Richmond 82
Rockdale 38
Schley 12
Screven 3
Seminole -1
Spalding 3
Stephens 0
Stewart 170
Sumter 27
Talbot 0
Taliaferro 1
Tattnall 32
Taylor 0
Telfair 50
Terrell 0
Thomas 18
Tift -4
Toombs -17
Towns 4
Treutlen 6
Troup 94
Turner 0
Twiggs 14
Union -6
Upson -4
Walker 18
Walton -9
Ware -6
Warren 1
Washington 1
Wayne 8
Webster 0
Wheeler 0
White 2
Whitfield 41
Wilcox 1
Wilkes 6
Wilkinson 0
Worth 0

Trend of Net International Migration for Counties in Georgia

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