In Europe, immigrants from developing countries come in to work and then often send back money to families. There are also alot of foreign workers in the higher income countries in Asia and the Middle East. According to a World Bank Report, the developing world is expected to receive $414 billion in migrant remittances in 2013, an increase of 6.3 percent from 2012. The report states that the top recipients of officially recorded remittances for 2013 are India (with an estimated $71 billion), China ($60 billion), the Philippines ($26 billion), Mexico ($22 billion), Nigeria ($21 billion), and Egypt ($20 billion). Other large recipients include Pakistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, and Ukraine. As a percent of GDP the largest recipients include Tajikistan, Kyrgyz Republic, Nepal and Lesotho (25 percent of GDP or higher).