With the subject of immigration fresh on my mind, let’s tackle which ones to omit through the 10 hardest countries to immigrate into. If for varied DNA alone, immigration is inherently preferable. If everybody just kept sleeping with people who looked like them, eventually there’d be incest, and the general IQ would go down. It’s always blown my mind why people *wouldn’t want* immigration in their country. Sometimes I look at ancient Roman drawings and take a look at a Middle Eastern cab driver, and I swear they were clones. We’re all related, yet there’s so much hate.
Anyway, some countries actually pass laws backing up their immigration beliefs, claiming it’s in national, safety and economic advantageous. Bullshit. If we keep going down the turd road that we’ve been on since crazy election night of 2016, the US might emulate the list below as long as Bannon – er.. I’m sorry, DT – is president.
Almost every country has a limited number of how much people can immigrate in it. But, before they talk numbers, they first distinguish whether those who immigrate in it will be good for their economic and social systems.
Even though it is hard to immigrate in some countries, there are also 10 Cities and Countries That Will Pay You to Move There. However, if you don’t marry a citizen of their country or if you don’t have ancestors who were citizens, it is almost impossible to immigrate into some of the most developed countries. Today, people even marry a complete stranger in order to become a citizen of that country. This could be the safest way to become a citizen of one country, as opposed to what else people are prepared to do. Many of them are risking their lives by sneaking across the border.
We created the list of top 10 hardest countries to immigrate into based on whether the country requires a visa and how long you need to live in it before applying for an official citizenship document. After we had found the countries from websites like Telegraph as our starting point, we compared the toughness of their immigration laws and ranked them.