10 Easiest Countries To Immigrate To From US

Now, we are going to show you the 10 easiest countries to immigrate to from US. Deciding to leave your home country is always a huge step. Lots of things have to happen to until you make the big decision and leave your country. But before you do this step, you need to collect all the facts and datas about the destination country, a thorough research work has to be done, and after a rational deliberation you can start a totally new life.

What is sure, you will meet not only new people, but new environment, religion, political situtation,  and of course new culture. You need to be very open-minded if you want to adapt yourself to your new home. You will see on our list, that there are countries that make very difficult for you to settle down; while others almost beckon you.

If you want to integrate into the local community, you have to learn the native language, understand and accept the local culture, and traditions. It goes without saying that you have to accept the laws, as well. An important factor for the decision can be the cost of living in the destination country.

And now, here is the list of 15 easiest countries to immigrate to from US.

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10. Argentina 

Argentina is the first country on our list today. It has spectacular landscapes, beautiful cities and friendly citizens. If you are planning to apply for the citizenship, you will have to reside here for two years permanently.

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9. Ecuador 

It’s the home to Galapagos Islands, and many other natural beauties. If you reside there for 21 months you can apply for the citizenship, and what’s good news you won’t have to give up your previous nationality.

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8. Brazil

Brazil has lots of natural beauties, and it also ofers you a bright life with friendly citizens. The cost of living is a less expensive than in the US. If you tend to apply for the citizenship, you have to reside there for 15 years, bit it can be shorter if you can speak Portuguese well and have a well-paying job.

7. Denmark

Danes are among the happiest nation in the world. If you want to be a citizen, you will have to live there for nine uninterraupted years, and a minimum investment of 100,000 Euros.

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6. Mexico

I think every US citizen has some kind of concept of Mexico. As a tourist, you can stay there visa-free for 180 days. If you want to apply for the citizenship, you have to reside there for five years permanently, or you must have family bonds.

5. Malta

We are half way on our list of the 10easiest countries to immigrate to from US. When it comes to the cost of living, Malta relatively less expensive than the other European countries, and it provides excellent healthcare. If you reside there for 6 months continuously, you can apply for the citizenship, or by marriage, or adoption. 

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4. New Zealand

New Zealand is among the most beautiful places in the world, with its 9300 miles os costline, mountains, fjords, surf beaches etc.  If you want to begin a new life, New Zealand is the perfect choice. US citizens can live and work here for  indefinite period.

3. Ireland

Irish people are so kind and friendly that you will feel yourself at home very quickly. You can be a naturalized citizen if you live there for a year. Beutiful nature, great pubs and comfortable life – all this is awaiting for you, so don’t hezitate and pack up!

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2. Sweden

North-Europe and especially Sweden is a wonderful and spectacular place. You can find free education, excellent healthcare, and it goes without saying that Sweden has a really stable economy.

1. Canada 

Canada hits the top on the list of the 10 easiest countries to immigrate to from US. You can find every nature beauty in Canada, such as crystalline glaciers, waterfalls, snow-laden mountains, and evergreen forests. Also you can enjoy the Canadian hospitality and civility. When it comes to the cost of living, we need to admit it’s a bit higher than in the US, but it covers a great healthcare system.

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