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2020-09-24 00:00:23

TOP countries where it is easy to emigrate

TOP countries where it is easy to emigrate

For what reasons does a person decide to move to live in a foreign country? Better educational opportunities or access to health care, guaranteed jobs, better quality of life, lower crime rates, good investment opportunities or tax conditions are just some of the reasons people choose a foreign country. We have compiled a list of the easiest countries to immigrate to.

 

Argentina

Argentina is known for its outstanding urban culture, the locals love to party and the best beaches are located here. But it is also the largest economy in Latin America with a GDP of $ 450 billion. Argentina offers a residence permit by investment, in which a foreign investor must be willing to invest 1.5 million Argentine pesos (approx. $ 20,000) in agriculture, services or trade. One of the special requirements is to read in Spanish in front of a judge to prove your proficiency in the local language. If you are in good shape, you can prove your financial stability, do not have a criminal record, your application will be approved.

Canada

Canada - one of the safest and most environmentally friendly places to live, the 9th country with the freest economy in the world, whose current GDP is 1,736 trillion dollars US. Immigrants are attracted by beautiful landscapes, excellent education systems, health care, friendly people. The country offers express entry to skilled workers for permanent residency, simple investment programs for wealthy businessmen, in which they have to put in 1.2 million Canadian dollars over 5 years in the form of a government-guaranteed investment.

Montenegro

With gorgeous medieval villages, dramatic natural contrasts, yachting opportunities and the unlikely status of an adventure sports center, Montenegro is an Instagram paradise. Its low taxes and business start-up costs, like its multicultural population, add to its appeal. It is called the new French Riviera, home to 64 millionaires.

A candidate country for accession to the European Union, Montenegro has a stable credit rating and an economy level with 4.1% growth per year. Anyone can apply for a one-year residency visa for one of the easiest countries to immigrate to for reasons of work, education, medical treatment or family reunification. Residency through employment is greatly simplified if non-residents create a company and appoint themselves as employees. The country has launched a program of obtaining citizenship by investing money: this is a faster route, but requiring an investment of 350,000 euros. Life in Montenegro is affordable: living wage - 451 € / month.

Czech Republic

Since joining the European Union in 2004, the Czech Republic has significantly diversified its economy. The country is no longer focused exclusively on production, it is reorienting itself to the high-tech and service sectors. A strong labor market provides the highest vacancy rate in the European Union at 6%, nearly double that of Belgium and Germany.

Most expats are citizens from other EU countries who have moved under employment contracts. The country's attraction to people from outside Europe lies in its status as the seventh safest country in the world.

Citizens of non-EEA countries can apply to move to the Czech Republic as self-employed persons, with an EU blue card for employment, a family visa or a work leave scheme. People with a permanent residence for five years can apply for citizenship, but must pass a Czech language test. Fluency in Czech requires 1,100 teaching hours for a native English speaking.

The Czech Republic remains a relatively inexpensive place to live: a one-bedroom apartment in the city center costs about CZK 29,314 ($ 1307).

Thailand

With fantastic street food, massage and beach parties, Thailand is an exciting place to call home.

As a developing country, Thailand offers an affordable standard of living: renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city center will cost THB 40,500 / month ($ 1,300).

The Elite Easy Access Visa provides a renewable multiple entry five-year residence visa for a one-time fee of THB 500,000. Although this process takes about four months, it makes Thailand one of the easiest countries to immigrate to. Shorter term option - “A” nonimmigrant visa; this visa is for people over 50 who can deposit 800,000 baht at a local bank or demonstrate a monthly income of at least 65,000 baht. However, both types of visas do not allow work.

If you are looking for a paid job or looking to start a business in Thailand, you need to apply for a nonimmigrant “B” visa at the price of THB 5,000 valid for one year. If you need a Thai passport, you need to live in the country for five years, present a minimum income, and renounce citizenship. Work permits for tourists and non-immigrants do not allow citizenship applications.

Today, Thailand, with a population of 69 million and a large number of temporary residents from the West, is not an easy place to find work.

Bulgaria

Bulgaria has one of the simplest programs for obtaining a residence permit and citizenship among all EU countries: this is a great way to get the benefits of living in the European Union in a short period of time. The process of quickly obtaining Bulgarian citizenship requires an initial investment of BGN 1,000,000 (approximately $ 600,564) to obtain a residence visa, followed by another investment of BGN 1,000,000. The whole process of obtaining citizenship takes about eighteen months (it is not necessary to live in Bulgaria). You can also buy government bonds and then return your investment in 5.5 years.

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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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