So what are the easy immigration countries for Indians? Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving you some very useful tips. Immigrating to a new country can be a daunting challenge. You are a stranger in a strange land. But the process of separating from your homeland and settling into a new one is a lot easier if you spot a familiar face in the crowd. The higher the quality of life in a country, the easier it would be for Indian immigrants to settle in that country and discover the opportunity to build the sort of life for which they had left their home for.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three countries from their list.
The first one is New Zealand. Let’s see the pure numbers at first. Number of migrants of Indian origin: 69,800, HDI score is 0.915 and the total remittances sent back to India (millions of US$) is 339. First up on our list is humble New Zealand. People from India might find the wet climate a nice change from their usual tropical weather and with over $339 million in remittances sent back home, it seems Indians have had no issues in adjusting to the picturesque country. The second country is favourite one, Italy. Let’s check the data! Number of migrants of Indian origin: 136,403, HDI score is 0.887, total remittances sent back to India (millions of US$) is 602. Perhaps a surprise entrance on our list, but with over 130,000 migrants from India, the Indian community appears to be thriving with over $600 million in remittances sent back home to India. At last but not least we are mentioning Singapore, where the number of migrants of Indian origin is 150,082, HDI score is 0.925, total remittances sent back to India (millions of US$) is 889. An HDI score of 0.925 makes Singapore one of the best countries in terms of quality of life on our list. And with over 150,000 migrants from India, it would appear that the people of India have really taken a liking to the prosperous island nation.
For any further interesting information read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 easy immigration countries for Indians