Are you looking to migrate but find it a tad challenging amid the fuss and buzz that seems to be at an all-time high today?
The hullabaloo can indeed cause one to wonder if there really is a way to transition to a fresh start or new beginning in an easy and peaceful way.
The good news is that there is a way to move abroad with ease and peace, and just like everything else in life, it starts with a decision. Once you decide that you will migrate with ease, then that is exactly what will happen. So, it is not in following a set of rules or in adopting a method, but in considering a few instances that will help you achieve your goal to migrate with peace of mind
It is also not about the route, but about the requirements. The requirements for a particular route may differ from one country to another and/or one institution or organization to another. So, you can migrate through one of the routes below that are common in most countries but through conditions that you are capable of meeting:
- The study route.
- The work or employment route.
- The family reunification route.
- The asylum or refugee route.
- The investment route.
- The exchange program route.
Consider the points below to help you migrate with ease and peace;
You can do this by answering these questions.
- What is my preferred route, ideally, as there are several routes available?
- Is there a route among the numerous routes that is suitable for what I intend to do?
- Will I get what I want through the route I am considering now or am I just settling for it because it seems readily available?
The practical approach to this consideration would be to search for migration routes that will give you what you want. You should not follow the study route when what you want is to go and work there. You should not go about taking proficiency tests and writing professional exams when your intention is to go and join a family member there. You should not start looking to borrow money or take loans for tuition when what you really want is to get a scholarship to study and work at the same time.
You may consider the following suggestions:
- Broaden your search to find more favorable requirements in other countries.
- Filter the opportunities available and narrow down as much as possible to your target.
- Resist the urge of jumping at what seems readily available rather continue on your specific quest
The practical approach to this would be to journey through your migration in phases and execute the plan one destination at a time. So, you start from where you are and with what you have and/or what is easily accessible to you, then continue to transition. For example, you may study in a country that offer more affordable tuition and easily grant permanent residency, then after your studies you can freely enter other countries with your upgraded immigration status and perhaps end up living in one of them, if you wish.
Here are some points to note.
- Apply for the visa that will allow you to carry out your intentions freely and legitimately.
- Resist the temptation to enter the country illegitimately and hope to work it out when you get there.
- Step out of your country only as a Bonafide migrant who will conduct his affairs confidently and fearlessly in the country he is going to because the authorities have nothing on him.
The practical approach would be to meet all the requirements that qualify you to migrate and apply for an immigrant visa that will allow you carry out your intentions as you wish, rather than apply for a non-immigrant visa with restrictions then plan to carry out illegitimate activities when you get there. It is so unsightly to see people looking over their shoulders nonstop or running from immigration officers on the streets or bundled out of their houses and deported unceremoniously back to their country because they lived in a country illegitimately. You can avoid these experiences by getting your documents in order before leaving to start your new life.
Bottom line, to migrate with ease and peace is to decide to do just that and stick with it.