Texas 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 Texas was 65,044, and the top three counties that had the highest net international migration were:

  1. Harris County: 24,889
  2. Dallas County: 9,242
  3. Tarrant County: 4,856

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

  1. Bastrop County: -48
  2. Tom Green County: -46
  3. Uvalde County: -36

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: Texas Net International Migration Rate By County in 2019.

Texas Net International Migration By County in 2019
See also Net Migration By State for other years:
Texas Net International Migration By County in 2019
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State Net International Migration
Anderson 32
Andrews 14
Angelina 6
Aransas -11
Archer 0
Armstrong 0
Atascosa 8
Austin 2
Bailey 23
Bandera 3
Bastrop -48
Baylor 0
Bee -5
Bell 115
Bexar 2,339
Blanco 4
Borden 0
Bosque 3
Bowie 17
Brazoria 171
Brazos 1,023
Brewster 2
Briscoe 1
Brooks 41
Brown 13
Burleson 28
Burnet -22
Caldwell 21
Calhoun 8
Callahan 5
Cameron 11
Camp 20
Carson 0
Cass 6
Castro 24
Chambers 35
Cherokee 3
Childress 4
Clay 7
Cochran 14
Coke -1
Coleman 3
Collin 4,100
Collingsworth -2
Colorado 62
Comal 85
Comanche 7
Concho 26
Cooke 23
Coryell 9
Cottle 0
Crane 7
Crockett 3
Crosby 1
Culberson 0
Dallam 53
Dallas 9,242
Dawson 10
Deaf Smith -2
Delta 0
Denton 1,663
DeWitt -2
Dickens 0
Dimmit -2
Donley 2
Duval -1
Eastland 0
Ector 238
Edwards -1
Ellis 39
El Paso 167
Erath -7
Falls -3
Fannin 41
Fayette 5
Fisher 6
Floyd 2
Foard 0
Fort Bend 4,360
Franklin 0
Freestone 13
Frio 236
Gaines 67
Galveston 329
Garza 38
Gillespie 12
Glasscock 9
Goliad -1
Gonzales -23
Gray -1
Grayson 90
Gregg 23
Grimes 11
Guadalupe 21
Hale 0
Hall -1
Hamilton 6
Hansford 23
Hardeman 6
Hardin -3
Harris 24,889
Harrison 40
Hartley 13
Haskell 36
Hays 212
Hemphill 1
Henderson 9
Hidalgo -18
Hill -4
Hockley -1
Hood 2
Hopkins -9
Houston 6
Howard 81
Hudspeth 58
Hunt 73
Hutchinson 2
Irion 0
Jack 0
Jackson 11
Jasper -12
Jeff Davis 2
Jefferson 359
Jim Hogg 20
Jim Wells 47
Johnson -18
Jones 1
Karnes 86
Kaufman -4
Kendall 27
Kenedy 9
Kent 0
Kerr 29
Kimble 0
King 0
Kinney 20
Kleberg 41
Knox 4
Lamar 2
Lamb 0
Lampasas 1
La Salle 21
Lavaca 12
Lee -9
Leon 4
Liberty -7
Limestone 6
Lipscomb 6
Live Oak 12
Llano -4
Loving 0
Lubbock 250
Lynn 1
McCulloch 3
McLennan 164
McMullen 2
Madison 10
Marion 0
Martin 0
Mason 7
Matagorda 7
Maverick 79
Medina 4
Menard 1
Midland 328
Milam 5
Mills -1
Mitchell -1
Montague -6
Montgomery 942
Moore 29
Morris -2
Motley 0
Nacogdoches 2
Navarro 9
Newton 0
Nolan 15
Nueces 346
Ochiltree -6
Oldham 0
Orange -3
Palo Pinto 2
Panola 15
Parker 35
Parmer 19
Pecos -1
Polk 108
Potter 416
Presidio 19
Rains 5
Randall 66
Reagan 38
Real 1
Red River -4
Reeves 51
Refugio 1
Roberts 0
Robertson 12
Rockwall 64
Runnels 8
Rusk -13
Sabine -4
San Augustine 1
San Jacinto -10
San Patricio 46
San Saba 7
Schleicher 0
Scurry 6
Shackelford 0
Shelby -13
Sherman 7
Smith 92
Somervell -2
Starr -10
Stephens -6
Sterling 0
Stonewall 0
Sutton 14
Swisher -2
Tarrant 4,856
Taylor 214
Terrell 1
Terry -2
Throckmorton 0
Titus -23
Tom Green -46
Travis 4,296
Trinity 9
Tyler 0
Upshur -4
Upton 6
Uvalde -36
Val Verde -15
Van Zandt 47
Victoria 25
Walker 151
Waller 25
Ward 6
Washington -2
Webb 377
Wharton -15
Wheeler 0
Wichita 160
Wilbarger 2
Willacy 5
Williamson 799
Wilson 17
Winkler 21
Wise 14
Wood -4
Yoakum 48
Young 9
Zapata -9
Zavala -2

Trend of Net International Migration for Counties in Texas

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