Emigrate to Africa

Popular African Countries for Immigration

The most popular emigration destinations in 2020 were Egypt, South Africa, Tunisia, Morocco, Kenya and Namibia.

Below you will find brief information about those countries in Africa that are recommended for emigration. From this brief information you will then get to the detailed emigration information, travel information, contacts etc., to everything you need to know for immigration. Click on the country name to get detailed information. 

Egypt

It’s much more leisurely here than you know it. A lot is totally different. Cheap cost of living. Job opportunities in the tourism sector.

Kenya

Tree-long Maasai, great photo safaris, coastal and mountainous regions, nature in abundance! However, a few weeks of vacation in a beautiful exotic country does not reflect the everyday life of an immigrant family.

Madagascar 

For a long-term visa on this second largest island nation in the world you need about 800 US dollars. Forming a simple company (like GmbH) is easy. However, foreigners have not yet been able to acquire land on their own.

Morocco 

Anyone who is satisfied with 10 years of permanent residence can easily immigrate. However, you should like the culture, be able to speak some French and if you want to start your own business, be quite resourceful.

Namibia

For nature lovers, this African country offers a unique flora and fauna as well as over 300 days of sunshine a year. Otherwise it is only something for very special professionals.

Seychelles

Its an island country in the Indian Ocean, east of Africa and north of Madagascar and Mauritius. For a long time one of the most expensive tourist destinations in the world. The currency collapsed due to the financial crisis. However, immigration is only recommended for pensioners and investors.

South Africa

Fascinating landscapes, breathtaking wildlife, a moderate climate and vast lands. Read what the largest country on the black continent actually looks like and what awaits emigrants there.

Tanzania

The land of contrasts: Breathtaking natural landscapes, very low living costs, but great poverty. Investors are welcome.

Tunisia

The country is very popular for retirees and those who have a regular income, as the cost of living is very cheap. Younger people don’t have it easy due to the difficult situation on the job market.

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