Immigration-Friendly countries (Part 2)

You have decided to leave your country and start a new life somewhere else, but you are not sure where to go. From countries with flourishing economies to those with the most progressive immigration policies and immigrant assistance services, top fifteen most welcoming countries for immigrants have been curated to make your search easy. However, you should also take into account your priorities and select the country that is best for you. Part 1 of the Immigration-Friendly countries have been highlighted here, you should check them out.

The United States of America:

The United States is one of the best countries in the world; it has one of the world’s largest economies in terms of GDP and one of the most technologically powerful universities, including Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This is an excellent country for individuals, couples, or families to relocate to because of its robust economy and educational system. The states available encompass every type of landscape, including severe deserts, verdant and forested landscapes, and coastal towns. However, obtaining the coveted green card to live in the United States might take time, and one way to do it is by sponsorship by a family member or a green card holder. In addition, the United States administers a “green card lottery” to assist immigrants in obtaining residency. Sponsorship is the best way to enter the United States and your sponsors must be US citizens, employers, or immediate family members. You may apply for a green card here.

USA-An immigration friendly country


Many people who want to immigrate to this enormous island country choose it. This is due to its pleasant climate, nice people, high quality of life, and laid-back attitude. Adelaide, Melbourne, and Perth are three of the most liveable cities in the world, but Australia is also known for its wide-open landscapes, pleasant weather, and spectacular beaches. Australia has a high standard of healthcare and education, and obtaining permanent residency is quite simple. Despite the fact that it is a rather expensive area to live, the average salary covers for this. All of this adds up to Australia being the greatest and simplest country in which to immigrate. However, those beyond the age of 45 are rarely granted residency visas in the country. Furthermore, being fluent in English is extremely beneficial. Applicants with specialized skills are more likely to be accepted. Another way in, similar to New Zealand, is through employment offers in hard-to-fill agricultural positions. You won’t start at the top of the rungs, but if you don’t mind manual labour, it’s a good way to get started.

Immigrants in Australia


Another immigration friendly country is Singapore. It is great for entrepreneurs and is the second-easiest country in which to do business. However, you need to find a job first to apply for permanent residence. Once there and gainfully employed, cash grants are available for start-up companies to make a go on your own. For those who enjoy shopping, this island city-state offers a wide range of options, including top designer labels. Singapore is one of Asia’s most industrialized countries, with immigration and citizenship regulations that are quite flexible. This little country has a near-zero unemployment rate as the country’s economy is quite solid. Singapore is a multicultural city-state where people of all nationalities coexist together.



There is no better place to taste Mexican food than right where it is produced. Apart from its delectable cuisine, Mexico also has a high level of life, an excellent healthcare system, and beautiful seaside resorts. Depending on where you are coming from, the government offers a range of visas and permissions. If you are from the United States, Western Europe, or other parts of Latin America, you can stay for up to 180 days without a visa. This is an excellent opportunity to complete all of the papers required to live and work in Mexico. An Immigrant Visa is required for anyone who wishes to stay for more than 180 days.  Applying for a Temporary Resident Visa may be the simplest first step. People who stay for more than six months but less than four years are eligible for these benefits.

City in Mexico


Norway has a high standard of life and an excellent free education system. Furthermore, the country has been named one of the happiest places to live in the world, and its citizens are noted for their good health and long lives. Norway is regarded as a safe country in which to raise a family. The climate in the country is lovely. Many individuals select Norway as an immigration destination because of the country’s natural beauty and calm way of life. It is essential to know that Norway is a beautiful place to live and work in as there is a decent balance between your work and everyday interests. It helps that Norway’s immigration laws are not overly restrictive.



Argentina is an excellent place to live since it has vast and gorgeous landscapes, sophisticated cities, and some of the greatest meat in the world. However, before relocating here, it is a good idea to gain a basic understanding of Spanish. Argentina is perfect for individuals, couples, or families because of its inexpensive cost of living, strong work and educational options. It’s also pretty simple to become a resident or citizen here, as long as you match the minimal monthly income requirements set by the government for immigration. You must apply for a visa for temporary residency if you remain longer than 90 days. Copy of your passport, evidence of paid lodging, and a return ticket to your home country are all required for all applications. Your contract of offer should be valid for at least a year before you apply for a work permit.

Argentina -Immigration friendly country


While this country suffers from the same cold and long winter nights as the rest of the world, Iceland is a genuinely unique and beautiful location to call home. Whether it’s the mountains, springs, or glaciers, there’s a picture postcard scenery around every corner. Aside from its natural beauty, Iceland is the world’s most tranquil country, according to the Global Peace Index for 2019, and has been since 2008. Despite from being one of the simplest countries to immigrate to, security issues are seen as “insignificant” in most Nordic countries. Moving there necessitates the submission of an application before to arrival. The Directorate of Immigration will process your application for a residence permit. This is true for everyone planning a stay of more than three months. After your application has been approved, you must apply for the Kennitala when you arrive.

Foreigners on a trip


Finland is one of the most tranquil, joyful, and safe locations to live in the world if you don’t mind the chilly weather and long winter nights. This is one of few countries where you may see the famed Northern Lights, which is a huge plus. Furthermore, Helsinki, Finland’s capital, is regarded as one of the most pleasant cities in the world, with fantastic hotels. EU nationals and Nordic citizens are exempt from the residence requirement, while everyone else must apply. Non-EU citizens frequently qualify for the entrepreneur’s residence permit in order to start a business. You must, however, run your business and live in Finland. While living costs can be high, earnings are high, and social benefits such as health and pensions are among the greatest in the world, making it one of the top nations to immigrate to.

Finland- Immigration friendly country

Costa Rica:

Costa Rica is an excellent alternative for individuals who want to help save the earth during this time of global warming and climate change. This is one of the world’s most environmentally friendly locations, offering true pura vida (the pure or good life). Costa Rica is also stunningly beautiful, with beautiful beaches, intriguing jungles with a diverse range of flora, wildlife, and much more. The Central American country is famed for being family-friendly and is regarded as one of the best places in the world to raise a family. Costa Rica welcomes immigrants and most simply ask that you show that you have appropriate financial resources. In other words, if you require government support or welfare, they will not welcome you. A $60,000 investment is required to guarantee your resources, which will be returned to you monthly over the next two years.

Foreigners in Costa-Rica

The United Arab Emirates:

People from all over the world flock to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to live there. It is a tax-free country in which citizens are not required to pay any personal income tax. The crime rate in the country is extremely low. The oil-rich country’s economy is thriving. The UAE has a significant number of universities and a wide range of educational opportunities. The country also has a low rate of corruption. All of these factors combine to make the UAE an immigration friendly country for relocation.

Dubai- Immigration Friendly country


Ireland frequently ranks highly in many expat surveys and consultancies. ECA International has named Dublin as the world’s second-best city for US expats to reside in. Furthermore, the United Nations ranks it as the world’s sixth greatest country to live in, based on healthy and long lifestyles, living standards, and educational opportunities. For those interested in relocating to Ireland, the country offers an Immigrant Investor Program.

Immigrants in Ireland

More Immigration-friendly countries in Europe

As a bonus, more immigration-friendly countries in Europe have been curated if you are considering moving from your home country. Enjoy!


Sweden has a very low unemployment rate and a healthy economy, according to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Sweden’s currency is the krona, and Christianity is the country’s primary religion. You should be aware that in Sweden, immigrants take up eight out of every ten new job openings. You’ll appreciate this fact even more when you look at The Local, a new agency in Sweden. This means that if you’re looking for a simple European country to immigrate to, Sweden should be your first choice.

Immigrants in Sweden


It is a country in Western Europe that is well known for its Renaissance architecture. It’s also worth noting that it serves as the current headquarters for NATO and the European Union. Belgium’s capital is Brussels, and the official languages are German, Dutch, and French. If you are looking for a country that is both investor and business friendly, Belgium is unquestionably one of the easiest European countries to immigrate to for permanent residence. Belgium offers you residence by investment as an investor or business entrepreneur.

Belgium at night


Another Immigration-friendly country in Europe is Spain. It is a European country with 17 autonomous regions located on the Iberian Peninsula. Madrid is Spain’s capital city. The currency is Euro, and the official language is Spanish. Spain is the only European country that shares a physical border with an African country. Catalan, Galician, Occitan, and Basque are the other four official languages of Spain. When it comes to reuniting with family members after immigrating to Spain, things are much easier. This is also true when compared to other European countries

Immigrants in Spain


Slovenia is another European country with a relaxed policy regarding family reunification. Although there are some conditions that must be met in order to obtain your family reunification application. When compared to the regulations of other European countries, Slovenia stands out. This country, which is situated in central Europe, is famed for its mountains and lakes. Ljubljana is the name of Slovenia’s capital. Slovenia, like many other European countries, utilizes the Euro. You may see here to learn more about Slovenia’s family reunification policy’s rules and conditions.

Migrating to Slovenia

These countries, as mentioned above, have a reputation for being extremely friendly and inviting to foreigners from all over the world. These countries also have a strong economy, a reasonably peaceful culture, and a high level of living. In no time, you’ll feel right at home.

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