While Brazil is experiencing economic crisis, countries around the world offer payment for foreigners to populate their peaceful and prosperous cities. Composed by the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, the Netherlands, Japan and Canada, the list allows those interested in starting over to live on any continent with the right to financial support and ease of adjustment policies.
Economic crisis in Brazil x Chance to start over in another country
Brazil is experiencing one of the biggest economic crises in its history, with a frightening unemployment rate. According to the Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics - IBGE), only in the first quarter of 2018, 27.7 million Brazilians were unemployed or working for less daily time than they could or would like, a figure equivalent to 1/4 of the country's workforce. That said, living abroad is increasingly an option. Reduced local population and economic growth make cities around the world offer a range of facilities for qualified immigrants.
Learn to play golf and earn a lot to build your home, this is the proposal of the government of Curtis, a city in the state of Nebraska. Seeking to populate the city, with a little more than 720 inhabitants in Census conducted in 2013, the "award" can be taken out in the vicinity of the Arrowhead Meadows, great golf course, as can be checked here: http://www.curtis-ne.com/arrowheadgolfcourse.php
With some little more inhabitants, around 1007, according to data from 2013, Harmony, in the State of Minnesota offers about 12 thousand dollars, the equivalent to buy a land in the city.
With more modest offer, in the state of Kansas, 70 of its 103 counties encourage the arrival of new residents, with 15,000 US dollars of student loan and exemption from income tax for 5 years. However, there are several benefits for those who wish to live in the countryside: http://www.kansascommerce.com/320/Rural-Opportunity-Zones
If your dream is to live in Canada, how about meeting Camden?! To reactivate its economy, the local government offers 2.8 hectares for immigrants. The objective is that the new inhabitant to undertake and generate new jobs in the city.
If you do not have an entrepreneur profile, no problem: Saskatchewan is a great option. New residents receive aid of around 13 thousand euros per year. However, there are requirements: to prove proficiency in English, to be newly graduated and, before, to live for a few years in the city, as can be seen in the link: http://www.publications.gov.sk.ca/
With less than 270 inhabitants, Tristan da Cunha Island in the United Kingdom is considered the most remote - inhabited - in the world. For immigrants, there are £ 25,000 per year, in addition to transportation and housing.
With just under 700 inhabitants, the small town of Ponga, Spain, cannot wait to increase its population. Proof of this is that the local government offers no less than 3000 euros for new couples if they move to the city. To get an idea, in 2007, a Census pointed out that Ponga had only 50 young people.
In the Netherlands, however, the city of Utrecht does not suffer from lack of inhabitants, but rather seeks participants in a study that analyzes the behavior of those who receive money from the government and does not have to work to maintain himself. There are $ 1,000 a month for research targets.
In the small and mountainous town of Albinen, 3 hours from Geneva, capital of Switzerland, the little more than 240 inhabitants, cannot wait to welcome new neighbors, so much that they receive new residents with 25,000 Swiss francs, or about 82,000 Reais per adult. Curiously, the initiative came from the city's own residents.
In the small island of Miyakejima, Japan, the incentive to new residents comes in the form of an offer not very convincing. To receive government assistance, the immigrant will be exposed to a risk: the island has the highest concentration of sulfur gas in the world and the Government's goal is to study its effects on the human body.