EASIEST Countries To Move To
- Published on Jul 19, 2019
- We’ve all had that moment, where we think, “man, I just want to pack my bags and leave…” but you generally get over it and carry on with life. If you are keen to shake things up, here are some options of countries that are relatively easy to get into. Always remember, things are not always greener on the other side! Let’s pack our bags and leave our old lives behind!
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6 - Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic seems to tick all the right boxes when it comes to a place to move to - warm temperatures, beautiful beaches and gorgeous mountains. It’s the second largest Caribbean nation and is part of an island shared with Haiti. The Dominican Republic is different from other places in the Caribbean because of its heavy Spanish influence. Shortly after Christopher Columbus arrived in 1492, the Spanish arrived, which is why you see so much Spanish architecture in places like Santo Domingo. It’s relatively cheap to live here and infrastructure is developing constantly. If you could budget $2,000 a month you’d live like the elite. If you can prove you earn enough to live there, it will only be a few months before you obtain permanent residency, but you will have needed to live there on a temporary residence permit for 5-years first. Easy enough, because you won’t want to leave after your initial visit!
5 - Brazil
There is so much on offer in Brazil that will leave you wanting to come back for more! You have rainforests and golden beaches to choose from, sightseeing that will take you years to get through and food that is rich in flavour. Sadly, you must be retired in order to get into Brazil with ease, oh and an income of $2,000 a month. You also need to have an additional $1,000 for each dependant you bring with you. There are always other ways to get into any country, like marrying a national or having a child from a national, but hopefully, the feelings are genuine because these things have a way of getting out. Brazil is home to the world’s best beach, according to TripAdvisor. The beach is Baia do Sancho located in the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha.
4 - Panama
This is one of the easiest options if you’re ready to make a big move. Panama is an independent part of Central America and if you’ve been to Florida, it’s got a very similar vibe. It’s a safe place to live, English is spoken by most of the residents and it’s well developed. Currency is the US dollar and you need one thousand of them each month to stay there forever. This is part of the retirement visa, and with that, you also get discounts on a lot of stuff! There is a residency for younger people, but you’ll need to deposit $5,000 into a Panamanian bank. If you come from what they class as “friendly” countries, you can get the Friendly Nations Visa. Find a job or open a business and you’re set for permanent residency!
3 - Svalbard
Buy some warm gear and apply for permanent residency in Svalbard, a large collection of islands north of Norway. There are so many different cultures that reside here, from South Africa through to Japan and everyone in between. Although part of Norway, Svalbard governs itself. The climate is inhospitable, to put it mildly, and it’s a hard to reach destination. But if you like to be by yourself then you are only sharing the entire Svalbard with 2,667 other people. You don’t need to worry about a visa or a permit to live there, all you need to do is prove that you can afford to live there, as it’s rather expensive. It is illegal to be unemployed or homeless on this archipelago. Polar bear attacks are also a thing there, so perhaps invest in some mace.
2 - Ireland
In 2017, 33,000 US residents made the move to Ireland. Maybe you have the luck of the Irish and have Irish heritage, then this would be a relatively pain-free move for you. It could be a parent, grandparent or even great-grandparent! If that’s not an option, you could reside in Ireland for 12 consecutive months and become a naturalized citizen. Ensure you have developed a taste for Guinness beer before heading to this beautiful country, and perhaps you’ll find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!