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The Easiest Places In The World To Get Citizenship Or Residency

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It is always seen that the idea of moving to a new place and discovering it invokes a sense of enthusiasm in people. Be it a country or a local place nearby, traveling is always one of the favorite fortes of individuals.
While the existing norms today have made it easier for travel junkies when it comes to immigration, there are still certain rules that can’t be overlooked. For example, even in the 21
st century, some countries in the world are not easily accessible for citizenship purposes. However, the good news is some places provide ease of immigration.

Let us check their names out:

  1. New Zealand
    One of the popular nations on our list for citizenship or residency is none other than New Zealand. The country has a skilled migration program that makes it easier for people to immigrate. However, to move to the destination, criteria such as having an age limit under 55 and work experience are mandatory. Once you have passed these, immigrants are allowed to live in New Zealand for two years before applying for permanent residency.
  2. Portugal
    Portugal is also touted as one of the most beautiful countries in Europe and is one of the easiest for immigration purposes. The nation has a Golden Visa Scheme that allows individuals to apply for citizenship after 5 years. However, if you are planning to get a visa, you need to spend at least 35 days in the country. Individuals can also choose the investment route by contributing $500,000 in real estate or investing $350,000 in urban generation areas.
  3. Australia
    For people who want to acquire citizenship in Australia, there are more than one ways to do so. The country exercises a horde of programs that range from Global Talent Visa, Employer Nomination Scheme, Temporary Graduate Visa, and Temporary Skill Shortage Visa. Apart from this, individuals applying for residency must also meet the age requirements( under 50) and have the required skills and experience for the same.
  4. Canada
    In recent years, Canada has cemented its position as one of the easiest places for immigration. A prime reason that catapults investors and high-net-worth individuals toward the country are the vast opportunities that lie at its core. Canada offers two types of schemes for immigrants. One is the Express Entry Scheme and the other is the International Experience Canada Program. With the help of this two, any individual can have a work visa for 2 years and then apply for permanent citizenship.
  5. Paraguay
    Paraguay offers both investment visas and retirement schemes which makes it one of the best destinations to immigrate to. These options make the country an effortless option to obtain permanent citizenship and residency. But before you can do so, certain investment clauses are needed to be fulfilled. immigrants can either deposit an amount of $5,500 in the bank or at least buy a piece of land for investment purposes. And once you have gained access to the country then your citizenship status is updated after three years.
  6. Thailand
    Thailand is one of the most gorgeous locales on the eastern fringe of the globe. Besides having a soothing climate, exotic beaches, and multiple places to enjoy, Thailand also welcomes investors with open arms. People who want to acquire permanent residency in the state shall be either skilled workers, investors, or start-up entrepreneurs. Apart from this, you can also become a citizen of Thailand by becoming a member of the Elite residence program and obtaining a 5-year residency with four monthly fees.
  7. Czech Republic
    One of the primary reasons why the Czech Republic is easier to immigrate to is due to the higher number of job vacancies. Interested candidates can get a work visa for a year and after five years of continuous residence can apply for permanent citizenship.

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Alexandra Dimitropoulou

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Alexandra Dimitropoulou is a VP and News Editor at CEOWORLD magazine, working to build and strengthen the brand’s popular, consumer-friendly content. In addition to running the company’s website, CEOWORLD magazine, which aims to help CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, and other C-level executives get smarter about how they earn, save and spend their money, she also sits on the Board of Directors of the Global Business Policy Institute. She can be reached on email You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.