Are you thinking of which country to relocate to? Here are seven countries you may want to consider. The list is not according to any special priorities or order.
Diversity is rich in Spain. There are people from France, Ecuador, Morocco, Argentina, the United Kingdom, Germany, Romania and others there. It pulsates with the dynamism of ‘independent’ yet inter-related communities.
This is the safest and most peaceful nation in the world. It’s the world capital of the most liveable city – Helsinki is what I’m talking about.
Sweden is ranked one of the best countries in the world for immigrants. It is ahead of Canada and Switzerland. African Swedish include naturalized citizens and residents of Sweden who were born in Africa. As of January this year, there are about over 300,000 people in Sweden who were born in Africa.
Sweden is refugees friendly and this has made the country popular among immigrants.
Canada is a safe, secure and has inexpensive educational system. Many migrants love Canada.
No doubt, Canada is one of the most immigration-friendly nations globally. She has been rated as one of the best countries to live in by the United Nations.
African migrants who live there testify is is healthier and more cost effective to raise children in Canada. The country is rich in natural and oil resources and has some of the best universities in the world.
Securing immigration permits is also not hard in Canada, coupled with low crime and violence rate – it’s a place to be and live. Canada also one of the best qualities of life and a high standard of living.
5.United Arab Emirates (UAE)
The United Arab Emirates is a tax-free nation and very good for investors. Small and Medium scale businesses also thrive there. The Islamic nation boasts of a very low crime rate. There is also low corruption rate.
Though beware of being a victim of human trafficking for slavery by ensuring you go through legitimate companies.
UAE pulls people from all walks of life. The nation is rich in oil and super structures and infra-structures.
This wealthy country has lots of joyful people and a major presence in international organizations, firm citizenship rights, an opportunity for entrepreneurs, economic stability, and a large public services sector. English is the major language and Christianity the major religion.
Here you will enjoy free education in public universities.
Norway is humble and humane and one of the few nations with a good heart.
There is peace and pollution is alien to the environment. The country is beautifully relaxed – no pressures and immigration law is friendly.