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Re: Best European Country To Live In. by Baggiopreshy: 11:32pm On Oct 21, 2018
Please gurus in Ukraine wat the minimum amount required of you to Pay as cost of living, when going for a student visa
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by Bifrost: 11:44pm On Oct 21, 2018
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Re: Best European Country To Live In. by kydreams(m): 11:56am On Oct 30, 2018
Baggiopreshy:
Please gurus in Ukraine wat the minimum amount required of you to Pay as cost of living, when going for a student visa
i dont understand your question...pay to who
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by Defisto: 1:46pm On Oct 30, 2018
There is no better country than Switzerland in Europe. It has a very developed economy, high standard of living and all that. Yes, the country is expensive, but if you live and work there everything will be fine.
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by kevwemanuel: 4:40pm On Oct 30, 2018
Oye50:

That is quite in demand here too but I must tell you, you need the language to stand out. They wouldn't even look you twice if your resume is in English to start with
please is there demand for economics or business related courses?
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by sandrawole: 6:00pm On Oct 30, 2018
Good day, I am a widow with a kid, I am planning to migrate to Europe to seek asylum. I just want to know the country that will be best for me and my kid.
please I need your suggestions.
thank you.
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by Areding: 1:44pm On Nov 04, 2018
There is a decent standard of living in Europe in each country, the only thing you need to choose is a town that you will like. I personally like Italy and especially I am crazy about the island of Corsica, there people have a hasteless and calm lifestyle.
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by Oye50(m): 12:47pm On Nov 05, 2018
kevwemanuel:

please is there demand for economics or business related courses?
Yeah with the language skills you're good to go. Would be nice to learn some IT skills as well. It will boost your chances
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by mayorlikeu(m): 5:20pm On Nov 05, 2018
Please has a civil engineer which will also like to further more in studies and work..please which country is owk house...i already fell in love with Australia..but sumone is telling me Ukraine is cheaper while australia is expensive ...but I need a sincere advice ..
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by Nobody: 6:07pm On Nov 06, 2018
petemail2all:
Ok. I really appreciate the reply. Thanks a lot. We will find the best path. God help us.




Friend you are so so wrong .I have two of my cousin male female who traveled with visiting visa to Norway and hey they are working no and d compny helped them with work permit and end of this year they are legal to apply for work permit.although this post is outdated 2017
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by lordally(m): 9:35pm On Nov 06, 2018
992finland:

Friend you are so so wrong .I have two of my cousin male female who traveled with visiting visa to Norway and hey they are working no and d compny helped them with work permit and end of this year they are legal to apply for work permit.although this post is outdated 2017

Are these your cousins in the IT field and please how did they get the Norway visiting visa??
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by luvprince4real(m): 8:55pm On Jul 18, 2019
Defisto:
There is no better country than Switzerland in Europe. It has a very developed economy, high standard of living and all that. Yes, the country is expensive, but if you live and work there everything will be fine.
Swiss don't give residence permit anyhow

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Re: Best European Country To Live In. by MrsInvisible(f): 1:18pm On Jul 21, 2019
sandrawole:
Good day, I am a widow with a kid, I am planning to migrate to Europe to seek asylum. I just want to know the country that will be best for me and my kid.
please I need your suggestions.
thank you.

I don't know the best country for you. But make sure that you have proof of your husband's dead. It can help your asylum case if you have a proof, that there is nobody to help you in case of return to Nigeria. How old is your child? Boy or girl? Bring documents along with you like birth cert, marriage cert. And so on.

Do you have any professional skills? University degree??
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by olioxx(m): 2:19pm On Jul 21, 2019
Defisto:
There is no better country than Switzerland in Europe. It has a very developed economy, high standard of living and all that. Yes, the country is expensive, but if you live and work there everything will be fine.
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I so much appreciate you intelligent comment, even me I dream that country.
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Re: Best European Country To Live In. by olioxx(m): 2:23pm On Jul 21, 2019
luvprince4real:
Swiss don't give residence permit anyhow
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Yes, Swiss uses a stringent quota based system, but guess what?
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If you have an indemand skill you can apply for the Permit C visa type.
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If you are into Blockchain and IT/Network Security and AI/ML, you gat green light to Swiss
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by Bbqekpa: 9:01am On Oct 13
optimusprime2:

I think Belgium/Holland.
You can be black or purple but you still fit in, racial prejudice is literally absent (compared to other European countries), Communication in English is largely obtainable and if you are legal, true equal employment opportunities exist, regardless of your ethnicity.
Switzerland: A black unit sticks out like a sore thumb and you feel the occasional weight of racial discrimination at times, which could range from being mild to intense. Then again the language challenge sneaks in- You gotta know French & German... yeah its kinda like a bi/tri lingual country. You see the thing with Swiss is, it's quite difficult to settle in there as a legal migrant, they have the stiffest Immigration policy in Europe as a whole, so asides being a student, diplomat, special fxn or married to a Swiss woman, you will always attract law enforcement to yourself as a foreigner.
Germany: it's obviously the big apple of western Europe but asides the language challenge, it is not easy being a migrant in Germany as the competition is very high because everyone wants to be in Germany.
Denmark, Finland, Norway: Good countries but very errrm personal people (basically, they keep to themselves alot, don't expect caring neighbours) ...However, there is a language challenge, though some Scandinavians speak English esp Norwegians but don't expect it from everything like ATMs for example.
Sweden: I classed Sweden alone for good reason, it used to be a great place until the immigrant crisis occured... there is this subtle hostility Swedish folk harbor towards foreigners now esp if you are of colour.
The language challenge also exists in Sweden.
France: Trust me forget about moving here... no need to explain.
Austria: Personally, I would have loved Austria, if not for the Language, these guys don't even give a hoot about English. Like an Austrian can speak English but deliberately chooses to speak to you in German even if you do not understand. Mheen the language challenge is huge, so unlike Germany where people switch to English if necessary. One looses out on opportunities just because of a lack of German knowledge in Austria.
Poland: Forget about this one.
Greece: This one too...
Czech Republic: Trust me this country is sloooooow... It's really meant for themselves, they are pretty much laid back in everything they do. Then a Language problem exists as well, some Czechs find people of colour fascinating others don't.
Slovenia & Slovakia: Think of Czech people who behave Russian for some odd reason ... well good countries but language issues and laid back lifestyles. Yes! You are gonna face discrimination (I said it)
Spain: It depends on how you want to view a half glass of water that's how life in Spain is.
Of course Spanish is a must!
Portugal: Think Spain with a different language that's Portugal. If you raised your kids in Portugal, they'd probably sing Cristiano Ronaldo nursery Rhymes everyday... in both countries I.e Spain and Portugal Farming in large scale is quite lucrative (asides football). Its also quite easy to get around immigration issues(don't ask me how).
Italy: As an Immigrant......
No be from my mouth you go hear say Okra dey draw...
For me its Belgium/Holland all the way.
Oh I forgot, you get a Belgian passport pretty fast if you are a legal resident. Unfortunately our bomb totting friends have caused them to review that clause, it may change soon.

Would you consider Belgium as an option for a family man with a kid?
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by optimusprime2(m): 2:50pm On Oct 13
Bbqekpa:


Would you consider Belgium as an option for a family man with a kid?

It depends on what you want and what you do... basically it depends on your plan in General...
Do you have a job or you want to hussle it out?
Because if the latter is your option then you are on a long thing
Re: Best European Country To Live In. by Bbqekpa: 5:12pm On Oct 13
optimusprime2:


It depends on what you want and what you do... basically it depends on your plan in General...
Do you have a job or you want to hussle it out?
Because if the latter is your option then you are on a long thing

I don't understand bro

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