8 of the easiest countries to move to from the US when the pandemic is over

  • 2 months   ago
Coronavirus Pandemic in USA
  • Amid the most divisive political climate in recent memory, some Americans are looking to escape the country, with searches like "Can I move to Canada" and "How to move to New Zealand" spiking.
  • And there are plenty of places that US citizens can move to relatively easily.
  • Foreigners don't need a visa or any kind of permit to live and work in Svalbard, Norway.
  • Irish relatives could be enough to get you citizenship in Ireland.
  • Keep in mind that due to the coronavirus pandemic many of these visas and immigration programs may have been put on hold temporarily.
 
If the most divisive election in recent memory has got you dreaming of making an escape to a less discordant place, you're not alone.
 
Around election time, some nervous Americans reliably start Googling ways they can move to Canada. This year, such queries on Google started as early as one hour into the first presidential debate, according to The New York Post, but it also happened during the 2016, 2012, and 2004 US presidential elections, per Google trends.
 
However, you don't have to look to the north to make your escape: There are plenty of places around the world that make it easier for US citizens to work remotely or to move there, at least temporarily.
 
Keep scrolling for some of the easiest ways to leave the US behind — keeping in mind that coronavirus restrictions might delay visas and permits.

Source: Insider

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