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Top 10 Best Countries You Should Consider In 2020

The top 10 best countries to immigrate by 2020 is based on the Human Development Index, quality of life, economic outlook, paths to permanent residency and citizenship, the common language, opportunities, and unemployment weights,

10: Switzerland

One of the most beautiful countries in Europe with a good quality of life and low unemployment wait you need a C permit to the path of permanent residency and 10 years living facility.

You should at least know one of the four languages in Swiss French, German, Italian, or Roman, the prominent one being Germany.

9: Sweden

Sweden with a population of 10 million, is one of the best Nordic regions.

Sweden is one country having the longest maternity and paternity use.

it is also home to companies like IKEA H&M and Skype you need a work permit from an employer to get started in Sweden it takes five years to citizenship in Sweden

8: Denmark

Danish people are one of the most happiest people in the world based on global service.
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If you are a professional you can get a professional visa in Denmark which is a new form of previous green card you can also set up your startup or venture as an entrepreneur in Denmark if you have a very good idea.

It takes nine years to become a Danish citizen Denmark also provides a high quality of life and low unemployment rates

7: Germany

With around 85 million people and a very robust economy, Germany can be your favorite and future destination.

If you like to learn German you can get six months job seeker visa to start searching for a job in Germany.

if you are highly qualified with professional masters or a Ph.D., your chances of securing a job is much easier.

You can become a German citizen in 33 months if you have an EU blue card or six years with German-language scope or with an eight-year residence

6: Netherlands

One of the best locations in Europe for technical and non-technical people is the Netherlands.

99% of the Dutch people speak English.

Dutchland is home to companies like Shell, Unilever, and Philips.

You need an employment permit to start in the Netherlands, or you can also get a self-employed residence permit.

It takes five years to citizenship and this country does not permit dual citizenship.

5: Ireland

Ireland is an English-speaking country in Europe with lots of technical job opportunities, and if you are a technical person you can get a PR in Ireland within two years and for non-tech’s it takes five years.

You can also become Irish in five years, the good news is if you are an entrepreneur you can apply for a startup visa.

If you wish to explore Europe, Ireland is one of the best countries in Europe with a population of 4.5 million people.

Many business organizations move their headquarters to Ireland due to their low tax rates.

4: Australia

Australia is the sixth-largest country in the world, bigger than India and smaller than Brazil in size.

Nearly 25 million people from different cultures live in Australia mostly in large cities like Sydney and Melbourne.

You can immigrate to Australia as a skilled migrant with or without state sponsorship, you can also opt for regional locations.

You can become an Aussie citizen within four years, school education and basic healthcare are free for permanent residents and voting in elections is mandatory for citizens.

Australia is a very good location if you are looking for a warm, climate.

3: Singapore

Singapore is an island city and the global financial center of Asia with less than 6 million people.

Singapore is having a very high quality living ranking fifth in the human development index.

You need an employment permit to get started in Singapore and it can take up to 10 years to become a Singapore citizen.

If you like to initiate your own startup you can set up your company and obtain an entry pass to start living in Singapore.

2: New Zealand

This southernmost country in the world with less than five million people is one of the happiest English-speaking countries.

If you are a skilled person you will be able to immigrate to New Zealand.

Another advantage of New Zealand is high-quality living, good education, and low unemployment rates.

If you’re a nature, friendly person you will fall in love with the Southern Alps beaches and their watersports.

It takes five years to become a Kiwi and also gives the opportunity to move to Australia once you are a New Zealander.

1: Canada

Canada is the second-largest country in the world, and home to 37 million people.

If you are a skilled person you can immigrate to Canada either in the Federal Express Entry system or through a Provincial nomination.

Another option is to secure a job with a Canadian employer.

If you are able to obtain high scores in an English language and have a master’s degree your path to permanent residency will be easier, also if you wish to immigrate with your parents and siblings this is where you should go.

it takes three years to become a Canadian citizen with high quality living high-quality education, and health care, Canada ranks number one in this list.


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