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What is immigration?

Achieving better job and education opportunities is one of the main reasons why many people are migrating these days. In general, immigration literally means people leaving their country with the intention of settling permanently in another country. The term was first used in the seventeenth century to refer to civilians moving among nation-states. In the twentieth century, we saw a 41% increase in migration worldwide, to the point that in 2015, there were about 244 million migrants worldwide. Nearly half of immigrants (43%) are from Asia who leave for the United States and Europe. India also has the highest rate of immigration in the world with 16 million immigrants.

Causes of migration


People migrate for various political, economic, religious and even personal reasons. One of the most common reasons for migration in the world, which was more prominent in the past, is related to economic conditions. In the nineteenth century, for example, many people immigrated to the United States to earn more money or escape poverty in their own country. With technological advances in the twentieth century, transportation costs have fallen and migration has become easier than ever. This helped increase immigration rates. The outbreak of two major world wars, along with other political events such as the collapse of the Ottoman and Soviet empires, the formation of newly independent states, and ethnic strife, created new conditions for the world’s demographic structure and forced the forced migration of many ethnic groups.

Today, although political and economic incentives remain in place and many people are forced to emigrate due to special political, economic or environmental circumstances, new factors for migration have emerged. Efforts to improve living standards have been one of the most important reasons for migration in recent years. People are migrating to get better educational, job and medical opportunities for themselves or even their children. Every year, millions of people from less developed countries move to industrialized countries to get better jobs and incomes, to study in a superior education system, or to benefit from better health services. In Iran, the rate of job and study migration is higher than other types of migration, and countless students and professionals want to improve their educational and job level.

Benefits of Immigration


Immigration can have many benefits for you and your family, some of which include:

Opportunity to grow and learn:
Migration means being in a new socio-cultural environment. Learning a foreign language and getting to know different lifestyles and worldviews can help your personal growth. Through immigration, you can also access better educational opportunities and pursue your education in an environment conducive to international educational standards and advanced equipment.

Unique life experience:


Immigrating to a foreign country is a wonderful way to live in a new social structure and enjoy its rich historical, cultural or even natural resources. Although one of the uses of travel is to get acquainted with the natural and human attractions of different countries of the world, but through migration, you gain the experience of living in such an atmosphere and develop your intellectual and practical skills.

More job opportunities and higher income:


As we have said, economic conditions are one of the most important reasons for migrating to a foreign country. Through immigration, you can test your chances of finding new and diverse jobs. Working in a more creative work environment with higher wages and more welfare benefits are among the most important benefits of immigration.

Access to better health care:


Health and well-being can be considered as the main concern of human beings and free and easy access to health insurance and health services is the basic right of everyone. By migrating to many countries of the world and obtaining permanent residence, you will be covered by its extensive medical services. And you will benefit from the most advanced medical and health equipment for free.

Creating an opportunity for children:


The goal of every parent in life is to provide the best living conditions for their children. They want to create more opportunities for their next generation to grow and be equipped with different tools to achieve success. By migrating, you can raise your children in a different community and be sure that they will have the best opportunities for education and employment.

Types of migration methods
Educational immigration


Student migration refers to the conditions under which a person studies in a foreign country for at least 12 months. This type of immigration is very common among Iranians and many people apply for student visas to continue their education at various university levels. Developed countries, with the aim of attracting young talents and equalizing annual education opportunities, accept large numbers of international students and support them by providing scholarships and various scholarships. Also, since in many countries the tuition of international students is higher than that of local students, a large part of the annual income of universities and higher education institutions is formed by this group. In addition to gaining knowledge, another motivation for many international students is to obtain permanent residency in the destination country. According to research from Monash University in Australia, 75% of Indian graduates apply for permanent residency and live in Australia permanently.

Job migration


Another common type of migration is work migration, in which people move to a foreign country for better employment or income opportunities. Job migration often occurs when an immigrant does not have enough facilities to live in his / her home country and migrates to a more developed country with better job opportunities to improve his / her standard of living. Over the past ten years, immigrants have increased the labor force in the United States and Europe by 47% and 70%, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. Job migration is one of the best ways to obtain permanent residency in the destination country, which is why applicants first apply for a work visa to obtain a citizenship degree in the country of their choice.

Asylum


A refugee is someone who is forced to leave his or her country due to fear or very difficult circumstances and is unable to return. Because asylum is an illegal process, refugees are initially recognized as Asylum Seekers upon arrival in the destination country and are referred to as Refugees only after completing training and skills training. Under UN law, all countries must respect the rights of asylum seekers, such as the right to return home, the right not to be returned, the right to family reunification and the right to travel, and to protect their safety and health.

  • The Literary Immigration Institute does not accept any applications related to this procedure due to the illegality of the asylum procedure.

Migration through investment


Obtaining residency through investment, also known as economic citizenship, is a situation in which the applicant invests a significant amount in the economy of the destination country. Of course, this method emphasizes on having an economic share, so that mere investment and the immigrant must act in the direction of economic growth and development of the destination country. All this process must be done legally and transparently and not in conflict with the laws of the destination country. Today, many countries use this method and their goal is not only to gain financial capital, but also generally grant citizenship to people who will be influential in social and cultural dimensions. For example, an investor who intends to immigrate with his family, after obtaining permanent residence by paying school fees, buying real estate, expanding his business and creating employment can play a positive role in the economic and social structure of the country. The United Kingdom, Switzerland, Portugal, Belgium, Canada and Australia are some of the countries where investment can be made for permanent residence.

Startup Migration


Recently, we are witnessing the emergence of a new field in immigration methods called start-up migration, which is recognized in some countries. A startup visa, which can lead to permanent residency in the destination country if possible, is suitable for people who have a calculated and useful idea in mind to start a new business but need financial resources to start it. Countries such as Canada, Australia, Chile, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States now welcome creative entrepreneurs who play a major role in developing their businesses and creating jobs in the local economy. To play. Although the conditions and laws of each country are different in this regard, the general and main condition for obtaining this visa is the work experience and job skills of the applicant, the impact of the job idea in the economy of the host country and of course the amount of capital required for the project.

Migration through self-employment


Self-employment migration is also a new method in migration processes. The self-employed are often those with a significant work experience in the cultural, artistic or sports fields. Applicants for a self-employment visa must submit a certificate of proficiency in the field in question along with a certificate of financial ability to establish their business in their application. In this method, the immigrant first receives a short-term residence permit and if his business is successful in a few years, he will be able to extend his stay. Self-employment immigration is currently one of the ways to immigrate to Canada.

The best routes to migrate


If you are planning to immigrate, there are several ways you can choose one of them according to your circumstances. Since each country has different laws on immigration and citizenship, the best way to immigrate can not be said for sure. In general, however, immigration for education, employment, and investment is a safer and easier route in most developed countries, and individuals can apply for permanent residency after several years. For information about your situation and that of your family and to get acquainted with the most appropriate course of action, contact our colleagues at the Adab Immigration Institute to benefit from our free consultation in this field.

The best countries for immigration


Each year, the best countries for immigration in the world are evaluated and announced based on criteria such as the Human Development Index, Living Standards Index, Economic Outlook, Job Opportunities, Unemployment Rate, Common Language and Possibility of Permanent Residence and Citizenship. According to the latest assessment conducted in 2020, the top ten countries in the field of immigration are:

Canada:


Canada is the second largest country in the world with a population of 37 million. There are several ways you can apply to immigrate to Canada. You may be offered a job from an employer in Canada, or you may want to study in Canada through universities and colleges. Investing in Canada, entering as a creative entrepreneur or self-employed are other ways to obtain a Canadian visa. You can also sponsor your family if you have enough income. Canada is known as the best country in the world for immigration due to its highest educational standards and high quality of life, and the process of obtaining a citizenship degree takes about 3 years.

Study in Canada Immigrating to Canada for work

New Zealand:


New Zealand is one of the happiest English-speaking countries with a population of less than five million. The most common way to immigrate to this country is through work migration. If you are a skilled person in your profession, apply for immigration to New Zealand and get a job offer. High quality of life, good education and low unemployment rate make it the second best country for immigration. The process of obtaining citizenship in this country takes 5 years, but once you obtain the degree of citizenship, applicants will be able to enter Australia.

Singapore:


Singapore, dubbed the economic heart of Asia, is a small island in Southeast Asia with a population of just 5 million. It ranks fifth in the world in terms of living standards, which indicates the high quality of life of its people. Singapore is also home to some of the best universities in Asia and the world, with Singapore National University ranked 11th in the world and Nanyang Technological University ranked 13th in the world. Student and work visas are the best ways to immigrate to this country. Singapore also has a special privilege for entrepreneurs and they can start living and working in this country by applying for a startup visa. It should be noted, however, that obtaining Singaporean citizenship takes about 10 years.

Australia:


Australia is the sixth largest country in the world with 25 million people of different ethnicities. Most of the country is located in Sydney and Melbourne, which are known as the two largest multicultural cities in the world. Applicants can apply for job immigration as a skilled person in this country with or without sponsorship. The seven major universities in the country are also ranked below 100, including the Australian National University, the University of Sydney, the University of Melbourne, the University of New South Wales, the University of Queensland, Monash University and the University of Western Australia. For this reason, study migration to Australia has many applicants in the world, especially in Iran. Citizenship takes about 4 years and citizens will enjoy the right to education and free health insurance.

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Ireland:


Ireland is an English-speaking country in northwestern Europe and its third largest island with a population of less than five million. Technicians and professionals with specialized jobs can obtain permanent residency in less than two years after obtaining a work visa and become an Irish citizen within 5 years. Ireland is also one of the countries that has issued startup visas and entrepreneurs can apply to immigrate there. The country is home to many large corporations due to low tax rates.

Netherlands:


The Netherlands, with a population of 17 million, is located in the heart of Europe and is a highway to countries such as France and Germany. The high quality of education, services, employment and even the environment has made this country one of the best tourist and even immigration destinations. The main language of the people is Dutch, but 99% of them also speak English. The Netherlands is one of the industrial and technological capitals of Europe, and large companies such as Shel, Philips and Unilever are located in this country. Work and study migration are the most common ways to enter the country, and people can also start living there by applying for a self-employment visa. It takes five years for immigrants to become Dutch citizens.

Germany:


Germany, with a population of 85 million, is known as one of Europe’s industrial and technological hubs, which also has a resilient economy. In other words, the cost of many public services in this country, such as health services, transportation, education, etc., is paid by the government, and thus the cost of living is lower than other Western European countries. German language is a must for all applicants for immigration to Germany. Job migration and student migration are common ways to immigrate to this country, and people who succeed in obtaining a postgraduate degree at the master’s and doctoral levels have a better chance of being employed in this country. If you have an EU Blue Card, you can become a German citizen within 6 months, otherwise this process will take 6 years.

Denmark:


Named the happiest country in the world, Denmark, with a population of about 6 million, is located in northern Europe with a high standard of living and low unemployment. Entrepreneurs and professionals can apply for a startup and professional visa in this country, respectively. Immigrants can obtain permanent residence if they succeed in their business, but obtaining a Danish citizenship degree takes about 9 years.

Sweden:


Sweden is one of the other northern European countries with a population of 10 million, known as one of the best countries for immigration and living. The country attracts many students from all over the world by awarding full government and university scholarships, making student migration a common way to enter the country. Job migration by receiving a job offer from employers is also a common method of migrating to Sweden. Immigrants can become Swedish citizens after five years.

Swiss:


Switzerland is one of the most developed European countries with beautiful natural landscapes. The high quality of life and the low unemployment rate have made this country one of the main destinations for immigrants in the world. Switzerland has one of the best higher education systems in the field of technology and engineering, which also offers a variety of scholarships in this field. Job migration for technicians and employees in these job groups is also one of the best ways to immigrate to Switzerland. To obtain citizenship, immigrants must have lived in the country for at least 10 years and be fluent in one of the languages ​​French, German, Italian and Romanian (Swiss).

The cheapest countries for immigration


Economic reasons such as getting a job or a better income have always been the main reasons for people to migrate throughout history, but today finance has become the most central issue in this field. Due to currency differences, many people cannot afford to immigrate to developed and developed countries, so they prefer to migrate to cheaper countries. Some of the cheapest countries in the world in 2021 are:

Costa Rica:

Also known as Central America Switzerland, Costa Rica is one of the best and cheapest countries in the world to immigrate to. The cost of living and housing in this country is very affordable and one person can live well for only $ 1600 per month. Friendly locals, affordable housing and beautiful scenery are other reasons to move to Costa Rica.

2-Panama:

Panama is commonly known as a destination for retirees because retirees in the country use many public goods and services such as transportation, movie tickets, medicine, monthly bills and restaurants with 25% and 50% discounts. Living by the ocean, warm and stable economic climate is one of the most important benefits of living in Panama. The cost of housing and monthly living in Panama is $ 1,600-3,000 per person. Also, due to universal insurance coverage, doctor and treatment costs are very low.

Mexico:

More than one million Americans and half a million Canadians are currently immigrating to Mexico or spending half a year there. Its warm and humid weather is a good way to escape the cold of the northern hemisphere in winter. The vastness of Mexico and the diversity of its cultures and lifestyles allow immigrants to choose between urban and rural environments to live in, depending on their circumstances and tastes. The cost of living in Mexico is $ 1,700 per person per month, and the cost of transportation, housing, medical coverage, and entertainment for family immigration is quite affordable.

Colombia:

In recent years, Colombia has become very popular among immigrants, and on the other hand, the country’s economy is booming. The cost of living is $ 1,000 per person in Colombia and $ 2,000 per family. Colombia’s beautiful beaches and villas have very low rents and are therefore popular with American immigrants.

Portugal:

One of the cheapest European countries that Eastern and Western immigrants are very interested in is Portugal. Dynamic urban environment, golden and sandy beaches, universal health insurance, low cost of living and security are the most important benefits of Portugal for immigrants. The cost of living for one person is $ 2,000 a month, although in Lisbon and its major cities the cost of family living can be as high as $ 3,000 a month. Portuguese investment immigration is one of the best Golden Visa programs in the world, and international students are very interested in studying in this country because of its fascinating and historical culture.

6-Malaysia:

Malaysia is one of the growing Asian countries that has gained a lot of popularity in the field of immigration in recent years. Muslim culture, low prices, prestigious universities, warm climates and unique natural landscapes are some of the reasons for this. Due to the native English language proficiency, immigrants do not need to learn a second language and students can easily study in English at the best universities in the country. The cost of living for a person in Malaysia is $ 1,700, of which rent is around $ 500-600.

Northern Cyprus:

Cyprus is divided into northern and southern halves, with the northern half ruled by Turkey and the southern half ruled by Greece. Unlike its semi-European counterpart, Northern Cyprus is a very affordable country with a monthly living expenses for one person.

Denmark:


Named the happiest country in the world, Denmark, with a population of about 6 million, is located in northern Europe with a high standard of living and low unemployment. Entrepreneurs and professionals can apply for a startup and professional visa in this country, respectively. Immigrants can obtain permanent residence if they succeed in their business, but obtaining a Danish citizenship degree takes about 9 years.

Sweden:


Sweden is one of the other northern European countries with a population of 10 million, known as one of the best countries for immigration and living. The country attracts many students from all over the world by awarding full government and university scholarships, making student migration a common way to enter the country. Job migration by receiving a job offer from employers is also a common method of migrating to Sweden. Immigrants can become Swedish citizens after five years.

Swiss:


Switzerland is one of the most developed European countries with beautiful natural landscapes. The high quality of life and the low unemployment rate have made this country one of the main destinations for immigrants in the world. Switzerland has one of the best higher education systems in the field of technology and engineering, which also offers a variety of scholarships in this field. Job migration for technicians and employees in these job groups is also one of the best ways to immigrate to Switzerland. To obtain citizenship, immigrants must have lived in the country for at least 10 years and be fluent in one of the languages ​​French, German, Italian and Romanian (Swiss).

The cheapest countries for immigration


Economic reasons such as getting a job or a better income have always been the main reasons for people to migrate throughout history, but today finance has become the most central issue in this field. Due to currency differences, many people cannot afford to immigrate to developed and developed countries, so they prefer to migrate to cheaper countries. Some of the cheapest countries in the world in 2021 are:

Costa Rica:

Also known as Central America Switzerland, Costa Rica is one of the best and cheapest countries in the world to immigrate to. The cost of living and housing in this country is very affordable and one person can live well for only $ 1600 per month. Friendly locals, affordable housing and beautiful scenery are other reasons to move to Costa Rica.

2-Panama:

Panama is commonly known as a destination for retirees because retirees in the country use many public goods and services such as transportation, movie tickets, medicine, monthly bills and restaurants with 25% and 50% discounts. Living by the ocean, warm and stable economic climate is one of the most important benefits of living in Panama. The cost of housing and monthly living in Panama is $ 1,600-3,000 per person. Also, due to universal insurance coverage, doctor and treatment costs are very low.

Mexico:

More than one million Americans and half a million Canadians are currently immigrating to Mexico or spending half a year there. Its warm and humid weather is a good way to escape the cold of the northern hemisphere in winter. The vastness of Mexico and the diversity of its cultures and lifestyles allow immigrants to choose between urban and rural environments to live in, depending on their circumstances and tastes. The cost of living in Mexico is $ 1,700 per person per month, and the cost of transportation, housing, medical coverage, and entertainment for family immigration is quite affordable.

Colombia:

In recent years, Colombia has become very popular among immigrants, and on the other hand, the country’s economy is booming. The cost of living is $ 1,000 per person in Colombia and $ 2,000 per family. Colombia’s beautiful beaches and villas have very low rents and are therefore popular with American immigrants.

Portugal:

One of the cheapest European countries that Eastern and Western immigrants are very interested in is Portugal. Dynamic urban environment, golden and sandy beaches, universal health insurance, low cost of living and security are the most important benefits of Portugal for immigrants. The cost of living for one person is $ 2,000 a month, although in Lisbon and its major cities the cost of family living can be as high as $ 3,000 a month. Portuguese investment immigration is one of the best Golden Visa programs in the world, and international students are very interested in studying in this country because of its fascinating and historical culture.

6-Malaysia:

Malaysia is one of the growing Asian countries that has gained a lot of popularity in the field of immigration in recent years. Muslim culture, low prices, prestigious universities, warm climates and unique natural landscapes are some of the reasons for this. Due to the native English language proficiency, immigrants do not need to learn a second language and students can easily study in English at the best universities in the country. The cost of living for a person in Malaysia is $ 1,700, of which rent is around $ 500-600.

The best countries for Iranian immigration


Immigration is always something that varies according to the individual’s circumstances and case. In other words, when it comes to the best way to immigrate, the best countries to immigrate to, or the best disciplines to study, it is not possible to talk about general rules because these issues change depending on the circumstances of each individual. One of the influential issues in choosing the destination and method of migration is the nationality of the people. Being Iranian may influence some of our decisions or even our immigration practices. Due to this, some of the best countries for us Iranians to immigrate based on financial issues or obtaining permanent residence in that country are:

1-Canada:

Canada is not only the most ideal country for immigration in the world, but also very popular among Iranians. Despite the cold climate and long distances from Iran, immigration to Canada is increasing every year and more people are applying for it. The main reason for this can be seen in the variety of immigration programs offered by the Government of Canada and the simple process of obtaining permanent residence in this country. In fact, not only can studying in Canada offer many options, such as college, bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate, but even job migration routes are very diverse. On the other hand, permanent residency in Canada is possible in less than three years, and immigrants can enter the country even from the beginning by obtaining residency.

Northern Cyprus:

Immigration to Northern Cyprus is usually done through the study method, as the cost of studying at a Cyprus university is $ 4,000 per year and you do not need a visa to enter the country. Also, due to the lack of skilled labor, graduates will benefit from numerous employment opportunities. Proximity to Iran, lack of need for a degree in language and temperate climate are other reasons for the popularity of this country among Iranians.

Australia:

Australia is one of the most expensive countries in the world with a relatively high cost of living. However, the variety of work visas and the existence of prominent universities in this country has made it one of the main destinations for Iranians to immigrate to in the world. Because the country has a very low unemployment rate and a high job prospects, university graduates will have a very high chance of being hired and earning a decent income.

3-Germany:

Although the process of obtaining a German visa for Iranians is difficult and long, this country is one of the best immigration destinations in the world. Because studying at German universities is almost free for international students, the cost of student migration is very low and applicants only need to provide the financial support needed by the embassy. On the other hand, a German job search visa allows professionals to stay in the country for 6 months to find the job they are looking for. Such conditions are ideal for engineering and technology professionals because there are many job opportunities available to them in Germany.

Hungary:

Immigration to Eastern European countries is more economical than Western Europe; In such a way that Iranians can afford their living expenses with only 700-1000 Euros per month and be hired quickly due to the basic shortcomings in the labor market. Hungary is one of the best countries in Eastern Europe, which has recently gained a lot of fans in the field of immigration, and many people are applying for educational and work migration. As Hungary is a member of the European Union and the Schengen area, it is possible to access a wide range of European countries by migrating to it.

Scandinavian area:

The Scandinavian region, including Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark, are among the most advanced countries in the world, which are always at the top of the world rankings in terms of high living standards and development indicators. The cost of living in these countries is relatively high, but the welfare state has provided various educational, health and social facilities to its citizens. Study immigration is the best way to immigrate to Scandinavia, and graduates can be hired after completing their studies and apply for permanent residence in these countries after a few years. Norway is very popular among international students in this region due to the possibility of free education.

Immigration Consulting Institutions


Immigration counseling agencies help applicants find the most appropriate way to apply for a visa. With an experienced and specialized staff and five years of experience working in the field of immigration to Canada, Australia and Cyprus, Adab Immigration Institute completes your immigration process in the simplest possible way. In this center, all applications related to educational, job, entrepreneurship, start-up, etc. immigration have been accepted and the actions related to your case will be done from the beginning to the end.

Immigration in Corona


With the spread of the coronavirus in the world, many restrictions on travel, travel and transportation were imposed, which also had an unprecedented effect on the migration process. In order to prevent the spread of the virus, almost all jurisdictions have banned travel from countries where the virus is at a dangerous level, and some have even gone so far as to bar anyone from entering except Their citizens prevented it. Of course, all countries take the necessary health measures to assess the health status of travelers, and some travelers are quarantined for a certain period of time after entering the country.