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China - Hong Kong
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(Original post by AperfectBalance)
Not too sure will have to do some research sometime as I am looking to move to America when I am older.
I want a second home out there before I'm 30
but it will cost $500,000 at least but it doable with moderate ease
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Same place the elites have their sights set on when the proverbial really hits the fan (NZ)
I think you mean the moon
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I want a second home out there before I'm 30
but it will cost $500,000 at least but it doable with moderate ease
My dream is a nice house with a few acres of land, a nice construction shed and a nice family. Hopefully one day I will be living my dream. Being a lawyer should accommodate this

It is crazy how much half a million £ gets you In America, just been looking at properties and they are pretty cheap.
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(Original post by AperfectBalance)
My dream is a nice house with a few acres of land, a nice construction shed and a nice family. Hopefully one day I will be living my dream. Being a lawyer should accommodate this

It is crazy how much half a million £ gets you In America, just been looking at properties and they are pretty cheap.
then you consider I could buy bigger on £250,000 a year but I think pool. hot tub, triple garage and 4 bedrooms is enough
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America is like a third world country.

Pockets of wealthy communities surrounded by poverty and violence stricken cities.

Heck most developing countries have affluent areas its just the size of america means it has so many wealthy communities people think america is the bees knees
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Bien!
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Bien!
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China - Hong Kong
Any reasons?

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You should apply for dual nationality with France one day :mmm:
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Any reasons?



You should apply for dual nationality with France one day :mmm:
That would be so cool :coma:
But I'm not French :rofl: I have only English blood :sigh:
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That would be so cool :coma:
But I'm not French :rofl: I have only English blood :sigh:
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Just wear this

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Just wear this

I don't own a beret :hide:
I REALLY WANT ONE THOUGH
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I don't own a beret :hide:
I REALLY WANT ONE THOUGH
But you own a baguette? :hmmm:
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But you own a baguette? :hmmm:
I can bake French-style pain
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The dutch Caribbean, specifically Bonaire. Because I left behind a lot of good friends there and underwater it is the best place I have ever seen. Also, the people there are lovely, and the whole vibe is so much more relaxed than in the UK.

I already have dual nationality for there, but I don't live there.
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Nah that's my alter ego. I found Narnia.
:lol: I'll see you there then
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Anywhere as long as it's not Scotland
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America.

Better gun laws.

More things to do

More opportunities for my line of work

Would like a bigger house.

Although I would leave it for about a month or so, as everything will hopefully blow over (Riots and election stuff)
Yeah because people living in the suburbs are the ones rioting lol. It's the poor trash who are clearly unemployed and have nothing better to do then riot in the ghettos
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America is like a third world country.

Pockets of wealthy communities surrounded by poverty and violence stricken cities.

Heck most developing countries have affluent areas its just the size of america means it has so many wealthy communities people think america is the bees knees
Educated professionals (working in the exact same sectors) in England and the USA makes sometimes a third of the salary here than they would in America. Also I'm Canadian and I can conclude that England is 1. Ugly looking 2.Broke down 3. full of pakis commiting crimes.
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Just makes me laugh.

Canada - very difficult to move to, unless you're a farmer. Shooting animals is sometimes required by law.
Switzerland - constitutionally and institutionally perhaps one of the most racist nations in the Western world.
Japan - culturally an extremely racist and misogynistic nation
Australia - one of the strictest immigration regimes in the "West", any time an "Australian model" of immigration is proposed for Britain, it's immediately labelled as racist.

TSR: "oh hai, I wanna live in Canada/Japan/Switzerland/Australia sooooo bad. Not crappy old racist Britain"
Obviously Canada and the USA would have strict immigration laws, we can't just let the riff raff in. As long as you are an educated professional with a career on the shortage list (see Canada) you stand a pretty good change of getting a work visa. From there getting a PR can be an option, USA is clearly a whole different story.

And yes England is ****ing miserable, it's run down, the roads are narrow af, the houses are hideous and small, the standard of living in pathetic
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