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More than a million people are expected to move from the UK into the US this year, with more than a quarter of the total being from abroad.

More than 3 million of these people will move from London to the US, according to an analysis by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), and the UK is expected to overtake the US as the country with the highest number of people moving from abroad, overtaking Canada.

The UK’s overall share of people coming from abroad to live in the US is forecast to fall from 9.5% in 2019 to 8.9% in 2021.

The EIU’s analysis of the latest Census data for 2021, which was released on Friday, reveals the UK has seen a record number of foreign residents arriving in the UK in the past decade, with nearly 2.5 million of them coming in the first five months of 2021.

However, the report highlights that the number of British-born people moving to the country has also risen dramatically in recent years, with around 2.2 million people coming here in 2021, up from 1.9 million in 2020.

The number of Brits moving to live and work in the United States is expected also to grow, although it will be smaller than the number moving here.

While there are still a lot of British people in the country, the EIU predicts that by 2021 the number will have more than halved from 4.3 million in 2019.

The report also highlights the impact that the Brexit vote has had on the UK’s migration figures, with the number coming from the country falling from 958,000 to 616,000.

The most recent Census data shows that around 3.1 million British people have left the UK since the Brexit referendum, while more than 600,000 people are still living in the city of Manchester.

A further 730,000 are thought to be staying in the region, which is home to a major university and is a major employer.

In addition, the UK Census also revealed that a third of British expats living in Europe are living in Germany, where there are a record 12.4 million expats and a further 3.3% of expats are in France.

UK residents to be given new passports This year, the Government has introduced a new passport, which will give expats the ability to travel to and from the US without a passport, and give the Government control over who can travel with their children.

The new passport will be available in 2019 and will be valid for up to two years.

The first generation of expat children will be able to apply for a passport to move to the UK, but this can only be done after they have graduated.

The passport will then be available to any parent who has their own passport, but will not be available for children of expatriates.

However the passport will not have any bearing on how long you can stay in the Republic of Ireland or the UK if you have been here less than six months.

The Government will also be able change passports at any time, meaning that children will not need to apply to change their passport for up-to-three years, but it is still unclear if the change will affect the length of stay for those with existing passports.

In 2019, there were 726,000 expats in the European Union, according the British embassy in Dublin.

In 2020, there will be 2.7 million.

The figures will be released at the end of March and the Department for International Development (DFID) says it expects that the new passport should have a positive impact on the number living and working in the EU.

A second generation The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has said that it is considering a second generation passport, with a design that will have a larger design and feature set.

However it is not clear how many people will be eligible to apply, or whether the design will be different to the first generation passport.

This will also mean that children who have previously been granted a UK passport but have not been issued a passport will need to re-apply for a second passport.

The decision on whether to change passports will be taken by the Department of the Treasury (DFT), which will have final say over the design and the length and content of the passport.

It will also have the power to revoke passports, though it has not yet made this decision.

The government has also been accused of using its new passport as an excuse to stop people from leaving the UK.

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) said it has been working closely with DIBP to ensure the new design was fair, effective and affordable.

DIBM said that the design would “enhance the value and impact of UK expats by offering an easy and affordable way to enter and stay in Britain”.

However, DIBPs Chief Executive, Stephen Felt, said that he was not aware of any changes being made