By the end of 2020, some of the world’s poorest countries will have the largest populations and fastest economic growth, according to new data.
The United States and Europe have already surpassed the 1.5 billion population threshold for 2020 and are expected to surpass the 3 billion mark by 2030, according the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
At the same time, the world is on track to have fewer than 4.5 million immigrants per year, down from more than 5 million in 2020, according an analysis of U.N. data.
This year, the UNFPA forecasts the world will see only 2.9 million immigrants and refugees.
In 2020, the United States will have about 2.1 million immigrants, the largest share of the global population.
The world’s biggest economies will have only about 1.6 million immigrants each year, while the biggest economies in sub-Saharan Africa will have a little less than 1 million immigrants in 2019.
In sub-Sahara Africa, the region with the most immigrants, about one-third of the population is estimated to be living in countries like South Sudan and Ethiopia, according data from the World Bank.
The data comes as President Donald Trump has ordered a new crackdown on undocumented immigrants and a new effort to make it easier to deport unauthorized immigrants.
Trump has also said he will seek to deport millions of people living in the United Kingdom, Germany, France and other countries that refuse to accept illegal immigrants.
In response to the crackdown, British Prime Minister Amber Rudd has said the country will welcome migrants from the U.K. if it has a good reason for doing so.
But Rudd said there will be no legal process for those wanting to migrate to Britain.
In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel has said she will not welcome migrants with open arms.
In addition, the European Union has called for a cap on the number of refugees the bloc can accept.
In the United Arab Emirates, the country has taken in thousands of refugees fleeing the civil war in Syria and Iraq, according a UN report.
In the UAE, some 1.8 million people are estimated to live in the country.
In Africa, countries like Kenya and Ethiopia have also taken in refugees.
But it is unclear how many of those will be able to come to the U, and how many are willing to leave.
In 2018, Ethiopia’s government announced plans to resettle refugees in Ethiopia.
That same year, Kenya’s government was set to offer humanitarian visas to 1,000 refugees.
Both countries are in the midst of a massive migration crisis and have been struggling to cope.
In 2016, the U!
News team interviewed several people who were refugees in Kenya.
They described life in Kenya as “very, very difficult.”