Countries

15 Easiest Countries To Immigrate To From US

Whatever push-or-pull factors had you consider starting your life anew in a new land, be mindful of the fact that deciding upon a destination abroad warrants a great amount of research and rational deliberation, but to spare you the trouble we have compiled this comprehensive list of easiest countries to immigrate to from the United States to your benefit with the latest information.

Unlike visiting as a tourist, settling out of one’s own country for a fresh start, be it politically, socially, financially, environmentally or religiously-driven, constitutes a whole new experience and calls for appropriate knowledge of the statutes and regulations of individual countries letting migrants into.

While immigration laws of certain countries have been so designed that with many strings attached, they make it impossible to gain permanent residency let alone citizenship, a number of others have simplified things and literally dust off the welcome mat for settlers making

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What Science and Other Countries Teach Us

Returning students have their temperature checked on the first day back at Sawasdee Wittaya Primary School in Bangkok, July 1, 2020. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)
Returning students have their temperature checked on the first day back at Sawasdee Wittaya Primary School in Bangkok, July 1, 2020. (Adam Dean/The New York Times)

As school districts across the United States consider whether and how to restart in-person classes, their challenge is complicated by a pair of fundamental uncertainties: No nation has tried to send children back to school with the virus raging at levels like America’s, and the scientific research about transmission in classrooms is limited.

The World Health Organization has now concluded that the virus is airborne in crowded, indoor spaces with poor ventilation, a description that fits many American schools. But there is enormous pressure to bring students back — from parents, from pediatricians and child development specialists, and from President Donald Trump.

“I’m just going to say it: It feels like we’re playing Russian roulette with our kids and our staff,” said Robin Cogan,

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