Iceland and Finland have the largest number of asylum seekers per capita.
The Scandinavian country, home to about 12.5 million people, has a population of about 17.3 million.
Denmark, which is home to more than 10 million people in a population density of about 4 million, has the lowest number of migrants per capita at 1,099.
Finland, on the other hand, has more than 4.5 migrants per 100,000 inhabitants.
A total of 6,917 people were living in asylum camps in the Nordic country in the second half of this year, with more than one million people living there.
The country has been the target of numerous attacks and raids since last year, when authorities moved in to end the rule by far-right leader Olafur Ragnar Grimsson who was also a member of the ruling coalition.
The government has also stepped up security measures in the camps and increased deportations.
Iceland has also set up its own “safe zone” in the country’s south, and a government agency has been set up to help refugees find jobs.
Finland is the only Nordic country where migrants are not expected to be deported but instead are expected to return home.
The Finnish government has estimated that 1,200 people have already been deported.
Denmark has the second highest number per capita, with 3,845.
The Danish government has reported a net increase of 5,500 people in the first quarter of the year, and has announced plans to increase the number of temporary residents.
The number of foreign asylum seekers is expected to fall, but that is not likely to have a significant impact on the country.