Brexit talks have been going on already for more than a year, trying to figure out what the United Kingdom leaving the EU really means. One of the things the EU has allowed is for its citizens to live and work anywhere within the Union, meaning many residents in the UK were born in some other member country and vice-versa. Their future situation is one of the main questions still unanswered — will they have to leave? Can they stay? Under which circumstances?

The guys at Statista took the data from a Pew Research Center interactive graphic and created this map showing the EU countries with the highest and lowest number of UK-born residents.