If you are tired of Nigeria and you need a place to migrate, when the complexities and expenses associated with migration hit you, it’s easy to become discouraged and put it all away. Below are top 5 countries that are easy to migrate to from Nigeria.
Panama is an independent nation in Central America bordered by Costa Rica to the west, Colombia to the southeast, the Caribbean Sea to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the south. The capital and largest city is Panama City, whose metropolitan area is home to nearly half the country’s 4 million people. The US dollar is its currency. It’s a country that is considered safe and well developed. Panama’s retiree visa requires a monthly income of $1,000. If you’re not old enough to retire, a $5,000 deposit in a Panamanian bank gets you in the door for permanent residency.
Not many people know anything about Paraguay, despite being bordered by Argentina and Brazil. The country has a literacy rate higher than the United States. It’s a beautiful place with friendly people and a low cost of living.
Since it is so secluded, the demand for immigration is low and the bar for acceptance is, too. You will be required to deposit an amount of money into a Paraguayan bank that equals roughly 35x the monthly minimum wage. It sounds like a lot, but it comes out to only about $4,500-$5,500 USD. That’s all it takes to live in Paraguay indefinitely, and after three years you can apply for citizenship.
Belgium is by far the easiest, you will need a job to be granted a permanent residency visa, but you can apply from home. Once you get a job, all you need is to keep working for two weeks before becoming eligible for a residency permit.
The cost of living in Ecuador is very low, and the US dollar is the official currency.
The easiest way to get permanent residence in Ecuador is called a pensioner’s visa. Though designed for retirees, there aren’t actually any age requirements to get one. You just need to prove that you will receive $800 per month for the length of your stay, no matter how long that is.
It is an English-speaking country with a very low cost of living. You can enter on a 30-day visitor visa and simply keep renewing it every month until you’ve lived there for 50 weeks. At that point, a $1,000 fee and a few bureaucratic hurdles will get you permanent residency. If that sounds like a doable plan, you may want to engage a lawyer in Belize to keep you informed of any fine print. Some districts do require you to leave the country for two weeks every six months, which resets the clock on the 50-week requirement. And if you need to work while you await permanent residency, you could use some help to secure a work permit.