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10 Countries with the Least Strict Immigration Laws

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Leaving the world you know behind you and moving to a new country can be both scary and exciting, however things are easier in these 10 countries with the least strict immigration laws.

Of course, things are never extremely easy when it comes to uprooting your life and moving to the other end of the world, such as it happens with these Hardest Countries to Immigrate Into. Regardless of the difficulties, you shouldn’t let yourself be overcome by the prospect of leaving if you really want to make a change for the better for yourself and your family.

Almost all countries in the world have some sort of cap when it comes to how many new people they let cross their borders. Some countries, of course, will appeal more to you than others, which is reflected in the number of immigrants they have on their territories.

10 Countries with the Least Strict Immigration Laws

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We wanted to create a list of top 10 countries with the least strict immigration laws, so we took into consideration multiple criteria. On one hand, we took a look at the numbers of immigrants each country has, based on a 2015 United Nations report.

Then, we took a look at the Migrant Integration Policy Index, which takes into consideration a country’s willingness to accept migrants from the developing world, how well those migrants are integrated and whether the country participates in a raft of international conventions on migrations.

We also mixed in results from immigration consulting firm IMMIgroup from Canada, which took a look at multiple aspects regarding each country, aside from the number of immigrants, such as economic growth, crime and literacy rates, education accessibility and so on. All countries received points depending on their positions in these three lists, the higher, the better. It all got added up, and we came up with the final list.

That being said, here are the countries with the least strict immigration law.

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