Recently, company U.S. News and World Report ranked the best countries for migration in 2017 based on economic stability, income equality, and the labor market. The rate was created on more than 21 thousand of businessmen and representatives of the business environment. While analyzing migration criteria, they used the UN and the World Bank statistics.
So here is the list.
In recent years, Sweden is indeed a popular destination for migration among the inhabitants of the Middle East and Africa. Despite the fact that the peak of migration occurred in 2015, Sweden continues to lead in Europe in terms of the number of migrants per capita.
The economy is developing so quick that in a country with a population of 9.8 million people simply do not have enough workforce. Therefore, the Swedish government actively attracts skilled labor migrants.
Official employment allows you to count not only on a residence permit but also on moving to Sweden together with your relatives, including children under 21 years old.
The most demand areas for employment in terms of qualified professionals are medicine, IT and building industry.
For employment in Sweden, citizens of countries outside the European Union, you need to get a special permit from local authorities.
Now the minimum level of wage in Sweden is about 1350 euros before tax is imposed.
In Canada, you can obtain a residence permit in various ways: ask for political asylum, marry a citizen of the country, come under a program of professional immigration and so on. Most often, migrant workers come here.
Legally immigrate to Canada is available due to: Family Sponsorship (a citizen or resident of Canada can sponsor a wife/husband, a partner in a civil marriage, parents and unmarried children under 19 years of age), Program for professionals through Express Enterprise, having Work Visa (but it is necessary to find an employer in Canada, which will be ready to do LMIA -The Labor Market Impact Assessment – a permit for hiring a foreign employee) or Student Visa.
The Swiss immigration legislation is one of the most strict and getting it is now as simple than in any other European country. The easiest way of immigration is reuniting with relatives, including with spouses, and business immigration. Other options to go to Switzerland for permanent living foresees tough conditions: labor migration is available only to EU citizens, for all others it is less possible. Students who have graduated from school are legally required to return to their country of permanent residence. Immigrating to Switzerland as a refugee is also almost impossible.
The most popular way to move to Australia is professional immigration (General Skilled Migration). It allows representatives of individual professions to obtain a visa for permanent or temporary residence on the territory of the country. Acquisition of Australian citizenship is available after 4 years of residence and visa-free entry to most countries of the world.
In the last few years, Germany has a real immigrants blast. Immigrants from Africa and the Middle East were dominating due to political refuge and asylum.
The most common way to get a residence permit is to study at a German university, especially since studying in the country is free.
Professional immigration is not so easy as German employer to employ foreigner in his company must prove that among the inhabitants of Germany and the EU there are no worthy candidates for this place.