Easiest Countries for Immigration: Nowadays, people want to migrate to other countries but before you migrate, there are some things you need to consider such as which country welcomes Nigerians, the immigration processes, and the cost of living, how safe the country is.
This article will highlight the 10 easiest countries to migrate to from Nigeria.
This is one of the most friendly countries in the world. It has the longest coastline in the world. Its borders are open for refugees from war-torn nations. However, knowing that you are safe in this country, you will still have to show some professional skills.
Although Mexico is known for its deadly drug trade, there are also some safe places. There are clean beaches, cute historic towns, mountain views, and upscale urban delights. This country also introduced chocolate, corn, and chilies to the world.
You can migrate to Mexico with an FMM visa that is available at any airport or border for $21 though you cannot work on an FMM visa. You can renew your visa after it expires in six months and also upgrade to a temporary residency visa which will enable you to work.
This country is gorgeous, with plenty of mountain fun in form of the snow-capped Alps which covers 62% of the country. The lifestyle in Austria is sometimes referred to as a “perpetual resort”.
This country is filled with gorgeous architecture and natural beauty. It is the second country to legalize same-sex marriage.
In this country, you need to have a job to be granted a permanent residency visa.
This country is filled with natural beauty; beaches, islands, mountains, volcanoes. It is named after the equator which runs through it. The cost of living in this country is very low.
Getting a permanent residency visa in Ecuador which is called a pensioner’s visa is easy though it is mostly for retirees. All you need to do is prove that you receive $800 per month during your stay in this country.
This is a beautiful country with two pristine coastlines. It is the perfect place for stargazers, 86 out of 88 constellations can be seen clearly in the night.
Getting a permanent residency visa in this country is similar to that of Ecuador, but you only need to prove $600 per month. This is meant for people up to the age of 45. This requirement can be waived if you more than $600.
This country has beautiful sights, such as the beach where you can spend as much time as you want. It is located between Guatemala and Mexico. It is an English speaking country with a low cost of living.
Getting to Belize is easy, all you need to do is get a 30-day visitor visa and renew it every month for 50 weeks. At this point, a fee of $1000 and a few other processes will get you a permanent residency.
8. Costa Rica
This country is perfect for anyone who wants to migrate; the residents are peaceful and easy-going, it has 801 miles of stunning coastline, world-class healthcare, and different species of hummingbirds for people who appreciate nature.
The cost of living in this country is relatively high. You will need to have a job to be able to achieve permanent residency and if you have skills needed in this country like teaching English or entertaining tourists, permanent residency will be easy to achieve.
This is the country for if you want to disappear off the face of the earth. Many people don’t know anything about it but chances that the Paraguayans know about you are high. They have a higher literacy rate than the United States. It has beautiful places and friendly people. The cost of living is low.
All it takes to live in Paraguay indefinitely is to make payment of $4,500-$5,500 USD into a Paraguayan bank and after three years, you can then apply for citizenship.
This is an independent nation in Central America. It is an English speaking country and its currency is US dollars. This is where some of the best coffees are grown. It is a safe and well-developed country which makes it attractive to retirees.
The retiree visa requires to prove of $1000 per month but if you are not old enough to retire, you need to deposit $5,000 in a Panamian bank which will enable you to get permanent residency.
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