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Contact Admin. Immigration to Finland is the process by which people migrate to Finland to reside in the country. Some, but not all, become Finnish citizens.
Immigration has been a major source of population growth and cultural change throughout much of the history of Finland. The economic, social, and political aspects of immigration have caused controversy regarding ethnicity, economic benefits, jobs for non-immigrants, settlement patterns, impact on upward social mobility , crime , and voting behavior.
As of , there are , foreigners people residing in Finland , which corresponds to 7. Numerous polls in indicated that the majority of the Finnish people want to limit immigration to the country in order to preserve regional and native cultural diversity. Immigrants from specific countries are divided into several ethnic groups. Under Swedish control, soldiers, priests and officers from Sweden started to arrive in Finland.
With them came also Walloons. During this time Romanis migrated from Sweden to Finland. Nowadays there around 10, Finnish Kale in Finland. This established strong Jewish and Tatar communities in Finland. There are around 1, Jews and 1, Tatars living in Finland. When Finland gained independence in , majority of the Russians and Chinese left Finland.
Finland's first immigrants arrived in the years , thousands of Russians escaped to Finland as a result of the Russian Revolution. Many of them died in the Finnish Civil War. In the beginning of , statistics showed there were 15, Russians in Finland, however the actual number was likely higher. The largest refugee flow was in , when 33, crossed over the eastern border to Finland.