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    Have You Ever Considered Immigration?

    Have you ever considered immigration? If so, where would you relocate and why? Take a vote in the poll and leave a comment.

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    Yes. England is very expensive and the weather is poor for much of the year. It's also very crowded and becoming rather "big brother". Ideally I want to own a place overseas and commute between that and England two or three times a month to run my business in England. I'm not sure where to go. Not Europe anyway.

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    I've considered moving to the Netherlands or to the UK, because of an admiration for the culture and since the level of education is better than here. They would be places suitable for an English-speaker to study, work and manage. Though with the European Union's "anti-racism laws", I'm honestly considering just staying in the states.

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    I more and more contemplate the idea of moving (back, in a kind of way) to Europe, most likely France, someday. I would ideally like to own a flat and a beautiful rural house there, in Normandy or Bretagne, and spend some months there each year. I don't think I could leave my friends and family here forever by definitely moving oversea. Anyway, time will tell...
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    I've never considered it seriously. My wife's parents are from Ontario & still have Canadian citizenship so that is always an option, but I have no desire to live in Canada. Canada is much more into multiculturalism then the US, and the country is being overran by immigrants from Asia. If you want to immigrate to get away from non-Whites or diversity there really isn't anyplace to go anymore - except maybe the Faroe Islands - so I'll just stay put where I am. Besides the advantage of living in the US is you can move around great distances between different climate zones & regions with different topography, without leaving the US.

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    Sure I have thought about relocating in Scotland or Norway. The reason for both is that is where I feel my soul was born…but the reason I will not move to either is taxes and lack of employment opportunities near parts of those countries that I would actually want to live in. I know it’s not another country for an American citizen but I have thought of moving to Alaska a bit…and that is almost like relocating in a foreign land.
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    In a way, I've already emigrated to Scotland ... even though it's only been for academic purposes (first school, then university) I've spent at least 2/3 of the year over here in Scotland.

    However, after university, I am bound to move back home. For one, because in Scotland you can only become a judge if you've worked as an advocate for 15 years, on recommendation by the PM to the queen. For another, it just doesn't feel like home...don't get me wrong, the people are friendly and I love the landscape, and it's in a way become a second home by convention...don't think I could spend my life here though, they're just not of the same mentality.

    Therefore, either moving back to Austria, or "immigrating" into Germany...considering that I have dual citizenship of those two states anyway, the choice is left open to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wittekind View Post
    Have you ever considered immigration? If so, where would you relocate and why? Take a vote in the poll and leave a comment.
    Yes, Germany,Sweden,Denmark and Boston (USA) are in my opion the best states to live. I am thinking that I could take a scholarship in those countries if I can.

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    Yes, I considered and already planned to immigrate to Iceland for a far longer time than before. I was there many weeks in my life (Vacations), its just wonderful and all. I´ve already made some real friends there. But now I experience some problems since the job I was going to take in Iceland doesn´t exist anymore. The company closed more or less out of nothing. :

    So it seems that I have to postpone my plans for a while...

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    I have never ever seriously considered immigration as for really living in another country but I might go to the UK for the next years for studying international politics at a decent university there. I guess I will go back to Germany after finishing my higher education or I might go somewhere totally different aswell, somewhere with colder weather since I cannot stand heat at all and it kind of makes me really lethargic and even depressive.

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