Which country is the best to migrate?

September 13, 2008 9:57am CST
Many of us dreaming of migrating to other places to have a good life with our family. Maybe the reason of migrating is the present country is not giving enough for you and for your family. But, which country is the best to migrate?
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@maximax8 (29148)
• United Kingdom
13 Sep 08
The best country to migrate to is Australia but people either have to have relatives there or pass a points test. My cousin went to work there on a four year visa then met a lovely man. They got married and so she is now living in Australia permanently. She lives in a beautiful coastal town in Western Australia and in 2000 I went to visit her. Australia is known as the 'lucky country'. It has so many different states all with their own merits. Most Australians live around the edge, close to the coast. Popular states to live are New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia or Western Australia. Tasmania is an island with a cool climate. The Northern Territory and Queensland are hot places to live. Australian people are so friendly and there is a high standard of living. There is a sense of enjoyment and a healthy life enjoying the great ideas as much as possible. The second best country to migrate to is New Zealand. I really like it there but apart from in the summer the climate there doesn't impress me. By comparison the climate in Sydney is perfect in the autumn, summer and spring but it gets chilly in the winter. Brisbane is pleasant in the winter and very hot in the summer. Cairns has a tropical climate with a wet season and a dry season.
@sweety_81 (2129)
• India
15 Sep 08
I think it would be one of those Scandinivian countries - Finland , Sweden etc . Those countries have a Safe living Environment , not much Pollution and Population etc. problems and a lot of other developed things too.
@ace_ivann (326)
• Philippines
13 Sep 08
Hi musicandme! If I will migrate to a certain country, my top choice would be Canada. Canada has a lot of opportunities to offer for skilled workers and professionals. I also want to migrate there since I have so many relatives who have been there for years, enjoying dual citizenship. They said hospitalization is free for elderly. Chances are given to those who are hardworking. It's a very beautiful country, known as the "Land of many Nations."