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    Deborah Etim
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    Safety is a major concern to consider when migrating abroad. You want to choose where will be safe for you to live as a foreigner. Some places are not as welcoming to foreigners as others. If you want to live abroad, below are the places to consider, for safety reasons:

    • Canada is a diverse and welcoming community with a low crime rate
    • Japan has a low crime rate targeting foreigners.
    • Australia is a low-risk country that has taken aggressive measures to ensure safety for citizens and foreigners alike.
    • Switzerland has a low crime rate, a law-abiding people, and a high level of fairness
    • Portugal ranks high when it comes to safety.
    • New Zealand has a low crime rate and both citizens and foreigners feel safe there.
    • Denmark rarely records crimes against foreigners
    • Finland which happens to be one of the “happiest” countries in the world is also one of the safest for foreigners to live in.
    • Norway has low crime rates, and the most common crimes you’ll face are petty crimes like pickpocketing.
    • Austria Austria is frequently regarded as one of the world’s safest countries and violent crimes rarely occur.

    There are other countries that are safe for foreigners to live in but the above listed are the top ten you should consider.

  • What are the Safest Places to Live Abroad?

    Deborah Etim updated 2 years, 1 month ago 2 Members · 2 Replies
  • Michael

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    April 19, 2022 at 1:35 pm

    That’s an interesting list 🤔

    I wanted to say Germany, but I have heard about some crimes to foreigners myself, so probably wouldn’t fit in to the top 10.

    How about the Baltic countries – Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania? One hardly hears of any crime from those countries – at least I don’t hear 😁

    • Deborah Etim

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      April 20, 2022 at 8:50 am

      Crimes in the baltic countries are generally low but considerably a bit higher than those listed here.

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