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10 Worst Countries To Immigrate To

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When considering moving to another country, be sure to take a look at our list of the 10 worst countries to immigrate to.

There are many reasons why people may make the decision to leave their home country, including terrorism, rebellion, poverty, starvation, and other factors. It is a difficult choice to make, but many people have had to leave their home country in search of a better life. While some are fortunate enough to be able to bring their entire families, others make the journey alone and attempt to send money home to support their loved ones.

10 Worst Countries To Immigrate To

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Unfortunately, many countries that are easier to immigrate to are the very countries that so many are looking to flee. Less developed countries are far less likely to turn away immigrants, as they often desperately need the influx of people to work and add something to the community. More developed countries can fear being open to immigrants, as they tend to be self-sustained (and thus do not have as desperate of a need for immigrants in the workforce and community) and fearful that people fleeing their own tumultuous countries may be dangerous. Please feel free to peruse our list of 8 easiest developed countries to immigrate to, for some countries that are an exception.

In order to appear on our list of worst countries to immigrate to, the country must offer very poor living conditions. Considering that this is a difficult thing to quantify, we weighed these specific factors, in this order: whether the country is currently at war, rates of starvation, poverty, lack of healthcare, human rights issues and level of education. We retrieved this information from News World U.S.

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