Tech parks, tax breaks, polo ponies, and taking in that southern hemisphere sol–like moths to a flame, Argentina is attracting investors, expats, and retirees to its beautiful, welcoming country in droves.
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Whether you are interested in the Land Down Under for its famously wild outback or are considering the big move to Sydney because of its incredible food and wine culture, Australia truly does offer something for everybody.
Trappist (read: monk-made) beer varieties in bespoke goblets, comforting, homemade chocolate, street vendors selling warm, crunchy-on-the-outside-soft-on-the-inside graufe. All while surrounded by a mashup of French, German, and Flemish/Dutch-speaking locals.
Diverse and colorful culture combined with complex landscapes, Brazil is an ever-popular destination for travel and relocation. The vibrant-pulse of Latin America is certain to welcome you.
Bulgaria is located in Southeast Europe, with the Black Sea to the east and sharing territorial borders with Romania, Serbia, North Macedonia, Greece and Turkey. Bulgaria has been a member of the European Union since 2007, though Bulgarians only got full mobility within the European Union in 2014, due to some provisions in the membership agreement.
Canada is one of the world’s most welcoming countries to immigrants. The nation is a high-tech, industrial society with a top-tier standard of living. Continue your adventure at the Summit of North America.
This 2,500 mile corridor along the western coast of South America is dense with natural beauty and cultural-heritage. The nation’s capital-city, Santiago, surrounded by the snow-capped Andes, encapsulates the Chilean spirit, and is rapidly emerging as a promising economic launching pad.
Two is better than one, especially when it comes to how many passports you hold. A route to enhancing global mobility, gorgeous destinations, accessible not only to the wealthy.
La Pura Vida boasts lush rainforests, towering mountain ranges, active volcanoes and 780 miles of coastline. It's no surprise that Costa Rica is home for the highest percentage of immigrants in Latin America.
Hugging the Adriatic coastline for over 5,800 km, Croatia is the crossroads of Central and Southeastern Europe. Boasting all the amenities of a Mediterranean culture without the glamour, this is a destination for those who crave authenticity.
UNESCO World Heritage sites echo of ancient times. From the sea a goddess once emerged. A land divided by a “green line”, yet united overall in safety and peace. Cyprus.
This landlocked country smack in the middle of Europe and chock full of castles, cathedrals and crypts ticks all of the global index rankings—from wellbeing and safety to investment and Wifi speed.
The Baltic Tiger — shaped by a new generation with fresh ideas and a blank canvas. What this bold nation has generated in only 30 years is nothing short of extraordinary.
Those interested in finding unmatched cultural opportunities will enjoy France’s many cities steeped in history and art, while those looking for a place to raise a family will appreciate its well-regarded education and the high-quality of life. Your Old World romance begins here.
The lands less traveled are often the most treasurable, as is the case with Georgia, the lofty Eurasian enchantress. Nestled along the Caucasus mountains lies this fascinating country steeped in historic richness.
The second most populous country in Europe, Germany needs little introduction. Deutschland as its natives call it, invites foreigners with open arms and a wealth of opportunity.
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This emerald studded country of Mediterranean islands is one of the most desirable destinations to visit. Slate white sandstone amongst sharp blue skies and crystal seas fills the soul – so why not do what the Greeks did, and stay?
If you were ensconced anywhere along the wide welcoming Hong Kong harbours and eating dim sum, and having a good time, that’s exactly what’s meant to happen – in Chinese, the term dim sum can also mean “touch the heart.” That’s probably the feeling you’ll walk away with from Hong Kong – a melting pot of cultures, foods and people, Hong Kong has been a longtime expat favorite.
A nation of many nations, India needs no introduction. The land where both Buddha and the Beetles attained nirvana is flanked by water on two sides — the Arabian sea and the Indian Ocean and the mighty Himalayas on the other two. Spanning across an area of 3.3 million square kilometres, it’s the seventh-largest country by area and second-largest by population.
There’s a lot to love about Ireland: breathtaking coastlines and gorgeous countryside, arts and culture, friendly and fun-loving people, a rich history, traditional food and drinks, and universal health care. The Emerald Isle awaits.
World famous cuisine, breathtaking landscapes, vivacious culture, the list goes on - Italy, or “bel paese” is the ultimate place to rediscover your passion and taste for life.
Moving to Japan is an incredible experience that promises a vibrant social life, fascinating culture and a thriving economy. It’s no surprise that an ever-increasing number of people seek residence in the House of the Rising Sun.
Situated off the coast of Sicily and some nautical miles above Northern Africa, this archipelago in the central Mediterranean is one of the most important destinations for international mobility. If Malta wasn’t Malta you may easily miss this landmass on the map – instead, we’re zooming in to find out more.
Known as the Singapore of Africa, this Indian Ocean island-country is well-known for its uninhabited shores, fiscal-incentives and diverse international community.
A colorful tapestry of history, art, food–and opportunity, Mexico straddles future possibilities while grounded to millennia-old civilizations. With modern day amenities, and a healthy work-life balance, you can easily get lost in everything Mexico: From tree-lined cafés in the most active city in the world, to the endless Pueblos and coastlines that embody this resilient country and people.
The lowest country on Earth — the tall Dutch not only manage to keep their heads above water, they set the world pace for modernity.
Thinking about officially becoming a Kiwi? Find out why moving to New Zealand is a smart, fun and promising choice.
A kaleidoscope of cultures. Exotic food. Nature’s gem. Nollywood and Afrobeats. Ancient African Kingdoms. Innovation Central. Adventure awaits you in Nigeria!
The most southern nation along Central America, Panama is that golden bridge connecting North America to the South. And despite being one of the most important commercial thoroughfares for maritime navigation, Panama is no longer just a place to pass through.
Much like the country’s beloved Pierogi, Poland contains multitudes. A country known for key flashpoints in history and comprising a population as resilient as they come, this mighty central-European locale could be your new home away from home.
The Golden Coast of Europe has a name that embodies it all. Known for far-reaching seafaring expeditions, it’s no wonder why so many still return home to her Port.
Welcome to the birthplace of Roman emperors. Never too far from pristine natural beauty - ancient mountain ranges, a rainforest, the second deepest river canyon - and an explosive tech-hub in Belgrade, Serbia is fertile soil for the next Constantine the Great.
Ask anyone living in Singapore about their experience and they will tell you, “it works.” Singapore is a crystal-clean operation, and one of the few countries that truly runs like a private enterprise. As the corporate gateway to Asia, this is very fitting.
From the High to the Low Tatras, loads of caves and castles throughout — the underrated gem of central Europe. Beautiful women are only one of the natural wonders in this Slovak paradise.
The warmth of the golden sun. A trumpeting elephant and roaring lion echo in the distance. Spicy notes of Cape Malay curry waft through the streets. Welcome to South Africa.
A country layered in art, war, architecture, and dance, everywhere you turn screams history! Music! Flavor! Couple this with a landing pad ripe for innovation and flexible residency options—and Spain is bound to be on top of your destination list.
Whether you’re partial to the fast-paced life of cities or like a more slowed down, rural lifestyle, the United Kingdom can accommodate. Find out why the Crown Jewel of Europe still reigns.
This international superpower consistently ranks as the leading destination for global migration. For those who dream the American dream, the New World awaits.
Turkish coffee is enough of an incentive to move to Turkey—but have you heard how seamless (and quick!) it is to become a resident? Saturated in history and sunshine (and low taxes), Turkey is a top relocation destination.
Piercing the maritime between the Persian and Oman Gulfs, this influential nation continues to sprout miracles from a desert landscape along the eastern Arabian peninsula.
This ‘S’ shaped country towards the eastern edge of Southeast Asia, has more to offer than abundant water, gorgeous bays, extensive caves and snake wine.