Many people think about immigration to another country, especially since there are enough opportunities for this. Some states are interested in the influx of migrants, while it is extremely difficult to immigrate to others.
Considering the world map in search of a country for permanent residence, it is worth paying attention to several indicators. Firstly, this is the standard of living of residents, secondly, immigration requirements, thirdly, climatic conditions and, fourthly, the prospects for obtaining citizenship and the availability of suitable jobs.
If your choice falls on Europe, then keep in mind that the developed countries of Western Europe are very restrained in their attitude to migrants. However, an exception may be a student visa, which gives the right to stay in the country for several years (with an annual renewal), which ultimately will make it possible to apply for a residence permit. It is much easier to move to one of the Eastern European countries, such as Bulgaria, Montenegro or the Czech Republic. To obtain a residence permit in these countries, it is enough to open a small business on their territory.
As for countries with a high standard of living on other continents, Australia and Canada are traditionally considered the most popular destinations for immigration, since they are more interested in the influx of new citizens. However, please note that there are some minimum requirements here as well. The easiest way to get into one of these countries is to be qualified in one of the professions, a list of which can be found on the Internet. In addition, you will need to provide evidence of your own solvency and pass a language proficiency test.
You can enter the United States of America for permanent residence by obtaining a so-called green card - a residence permit for a period of 5 years. You can get it either by being a valuable and in-demand specialist, or by winning the lottery, which is held annually by the US Congress.
Finally, the states of Latin America, although they do not belong to developed countries, are extremely loyal to immigrants. For example, in order to be eligible for permanent residence in the Dominican Republic, it is enough to provide proof of the absence of problems with the law and a certificate that you do not have infectious diseases. Similarly, you can immigrate to Ecuador, Paraguay or Chile.