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I want to leave the US. What is the easiest country to move to?

 
Anonymous Coward
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03/23/2011 12:08 AM
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South American chicks are hot.

Russian chicks are hot too.
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03/23/2011 12:10 AM
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South American chicks are hot.

Russian chicks are hot too.
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All chicks r hawt.
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03/23/2011 12:20 AM
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@OP

Arenn't you a bit unrealistic?

Seems like you are over 40, not high qualified, you want a tropical environment and a job easy to get.

This will not work.
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I think he would love it here and so would you as a german :) It's always warm and sunny in Puerto Rico and he can speak spanish or english as he wants. If he already has a US passport he wouldn't have to do any type of paperwork or have to fill out any work visas or permits to remain for a limited amount of time. OP settle here, grab a beer, relax and enjoy our beaches and hot women cheers
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03/23/2011 12:21 AM
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I was going to say New Zealand until it became apparent to me that the entire island could sink into the ocean soon. My other choice was Sweden. It's the safest place on the Earth other than Antarctica.
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03/23/2011 12:30 AM
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Uraguay 500 monthly income is all you need for a six month Visa and you can legally buy property, land, houses or own a business there. The down side, you need to bring water purifier and extra filters. Beautiful, tropical and all organic farming.
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03/23/2011 12:32 AM
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I am interested in living overseas and becoming an expat. I don't have a great job right now, no family obligations and I'm single. I have always wanted to explore more of the world and think it would be awesome to live overseas. I have traveled extensively but only ever lived in another country for 6 months, 20 years ago. I lived in Japan.

Any recommendations for the cheapest and easiest country to legally move to? By easy I mean, getting visas or other permissions. I prefer a warm tropical place. I would also like to find some form of work while there. Volunteering is cool but I would need to make some money. I speak basic spanish.

Mexico is one consideration but I have heard that it is a hassle for Americans to live there.

any suggestions?
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Come to Asia and teach English as a 2nd language, travel around, fall in love eat some noodles ... Asia rocks and economically is were the party is at right now and for the foreseeable future
Anonymous Coward
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03/23/2011 12:38 AM
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Japan.
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03/23/2011 12:45 AM
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If you can camp, go to Gambia. A handful of dollars will get you a pig and someone to roast it. It's beautiful there, no commerce. Nice people.

If you need something more upscale, go to Southeast Asia. A monkey could make the transition from the Americas to China, or Taiwan. More rewarding might be a move to Thailand.
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03/23/2011 12:47 AM
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Thailand!!! Go to Chang Mai university and get a certificate to teach english.... that is what I am going to do... Last I checked the cost to go to chang mai univ. is about 1600 dollars!
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Don't get your cert. from a university in Thailand. Just my opinion.
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03/23/2011 12:49 AM
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Texas.
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03/23/2011 12:57 AM
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I have narrowed my choices to Belize, the Dominican Republic, Thailand, and Costa Rica... in that order.
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03/23/2011 01:38 AM
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Easy if you're serious, go to Mexico, then you have two options, Guatemala or Cuba. From there go find your paradise(Untold Islands, Belice, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, South America), speak MORE Spanish! You'll be fine, if you're serious.
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I am interested in living overseas and becoming an expat. I don't have a great job right now, no family obligations and I'm single. I have always wanted to explore more of the world and think it would be awesome to live overseas. I have traveled extensively but only ever lived in another country for 6 months, 20 years ago. I lived in Japan.

Any recommendations for the cheapest and easiest country to legally move to? By easy I mean, getting visas or other permissions. I prefer a warm tropical place. I would also like to find some form of work while there. Volunteering is cool but I would need to make some money. I speak basic spanish.

Mexico is one consideration but I have heard that it is a hassle for Americans to live there.

any suggestions?
 Quoting: Ossiel


Stay where you are... you all voted for this mess or refused to rise up and do anything about it so you get to reap what you sow... no other country wants Americans... on second thought, you say you speak some Spanish.. it seems pretty bloody obvious where you should go...... SOUTH!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 609326


What an arrogant fool you are. I see you are in Canada. You should worry about Harper and the cozy relationship he had with Bush. There are plenty of people here who speak out, who fight on trying to change things. You think it's something easy to do? Lumping all of together as being all the same makes you a small minded bigot and also proves that idiotic fools can be found in any country.
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06/27/2011 07:22 PM
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I live in Mexico and it{s great! Except for these fucking Spanish keyboards!



You can't plug an english into the osb port? Serious question.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 681511


Typical American attitude, think the world should change for them... you move to another country and bitch that you have to use a Spanish keyboard.... same attitude that has you all complaining when you travel because no one speaks English... the world doesn't revolve around you.... you don't like the Spanish keyboard, move your ass back to America.
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Mexico is great , I have 6 years here , Only thing wrong here is the same as in USA so I dont think youll get away from it, Its full of Mexicans here besides that its a great place. They are like Roaches they just keep breading in fact there are more mexicans outside Mexico then In Mexico even there president said there plan is to bread us out in the us and then take over not long now.... wtfhiding
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Re: I want to leave the US. What is the easiest country to move to?

I am interested in living overseas and becoming an expat. I don't have a great job right now, no family obligations and I'm single. I have always wanted to explore more of the world and think it would be awesome to live overseas. I have traveled extensively but only ever lived in another country for 6 months, 20 years ago. I lived in Japan.

Any recommendations for the cheapest and easiest country to legally move to? By easy I mean, getting visas or other permissions. I prefer a warm tropical place. I would also like to find some form of work while there. Volunteering is cool but I would need to make some money. I speak basic spanish.

Mexico is one consideration but I have heard that it is a hassle for Americans to live there.

any suggestions?
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COSTA RICA IS YOUR PLACE" [link to www.costarica.comyoda]
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10/03/2013 08:59 PM
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The best place for living and working is in all the ways...is ARGENTINA Públic Hospitals have very good doctors and all is gratis Públic schools are gratis National Universities are gratis and they are very good too... Pretty places for living Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan city the architecture is wonderful this city is really ellegant and sofisticated, the gardens the trees have a very important place in this city, people is wonderful sunny days....still the cloudy days are preety too, Its not the paradise but I recomend this country This country have people with very high level of education Argentina is open doors for foreings who want to live as good citizens here. Argentina is my best place in the world.
Buck Rogers
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11/01/2013 09:24 PM
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I was reading on the internet that Fukashima, Japan is a very lovely place to live right now due to its low population. Who knows, go figure?!
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I heard North Korea likes American expats.
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mexico. nobody will notice you crossing the border.
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03/22/2014 10:17 PM
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03/22/2014 10:22 PM
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go to the Baltic region.
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03/22/2014 10:28 PM
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Leave, then return "undocumented".
That seems very easy to do these days.
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03/22/2014 10:28 PM
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Sorry to crash your thread, OP, but I feel the same way and it got me thinkin'.

I'm female, pushing 50, decent looks, very athletic and great health and Spanish is my native language.

Obv I should go to SA at some point when I bail...but which country for me?

I am trying to save some coin to go with cash for buying land, protection, etc. But literally...I'm equally comfortable speaking Spanish as English. I have a master's degree too, can teach sciences (certified in US).

Just kinda curious.
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03/22/2014 10:34 PM
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you might want to give puerto rico a shot, its extremely close and cheap to get too, with most if not all of the american conveniences that your used to(if you live in the states) and even though spanish is the main language, just about everyone understands english, even though they might not speak it. good luck on your travels.
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And I've read that everybody there is on welfare and food stamps....
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03/22/2014 10:40 PM
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Where's the best place with no drug restrictions and hot available girls for a guy with no game?
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03/22/2014 10:45 PM
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Make that "old guy with no game".
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03/22/2014 10:50 PM
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Somalia...you can become a pirate
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lmao
 Quoting: The Jurist


or bangkok you cud become male prostitute - just to be on a safe side of the law - lol
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03/23/2014 12:56 AM
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Somalia...you can become a pirate
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lmao
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TPB lets anyone in the world become a pirate! For free!
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03/23/2014 01:00 AM
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Re: I want to leave the US. What is the easiest country to move to?
Uruguay is a great place. Not that expensive to live there, and there is a big ex pat community already established there

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