Emigrate to an Island
Popular Islands Countries for Immigration
When they hear the word “island”, many people think of paradisiacal beaches in the Caribbean or the South Seas . They awaken the desire to live away from the stress and crowds of the big cities. However, the islands also include large regions and countries such as Indonesia, Madagascar, Iceland and Papua New Guinea.
The most popular island emigration destinations are Ireland, New Zealand, Japan, Cyprus, Singapore and the Philippines. On this page you will find brief information about those islands or countries on islands that are suitable 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 name of the country to get detailed information.
Australia is the dream country par excellence for expats. The country takes in around 80,000 emigrants each year, with a sophisticated selection system separating the wheat from the chaff.
Number 1 place to live and work in. International migrants represented around 45.2% of the total population of Bahrain in the year 2019. Bahrain is the 2nd Gulf country to offers permanent residency to foreigners
The Japanese way of life is very different from the German one. Therein lies a great attraction – as well as a hurdle. Japan is worth at least a trip and a check of whether you can and want to live in this country.
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. The best destination for Nature lovers.
About 4 million people live on an area of 269,000 km². The official languages are English and the native language Maori. New Zealand is the dream of many emigrants. Here I introduce you to the country.
Taiwan, is official known as Republic of China, ia an Island located in east Asia. It is the Friendliest Asian Island where locals are willing to help out foreigners, even if they do not know English.