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Moving Abroad Alone Tips On How to Survive

One of the most daunting aspects of immigration is the fact that you have to start life all over again in a new country, and while its tough enough to adjust when you have your family around you, its a whole different story when you are doing it all by yourself.

Moving to a new country can be a lonely experience as most immigration consultants will agree, albeit an exciting one. We share the top 5 tips for getting adjusted to your new country.

5 Tips For Getting Adjusted To Your New Country

1. Get Around Your Neighborhood

One of the most important and necessary things you can do to make yourself get adjusted to your new abode is to get out in the neighborhood and familiarize yourself with the surroundings.

Go out for a walk and get to know your neighbors. Head out to the nearest coffee shop, get to know the grocery store and walk around the aisles. The placement of items in grocery stores can be different from the way it is back home.

Getting to know where you can buy your essentials can go a long way in making you feel comfortable. Also dont forget to ask around and find out where the nearest clinic and pharmacist are in case of an emergency.

2. Visit All The Tourist Spots

Every city has its fair share of tourist hot spots that are on the must-see list for travelers. Whenever you get a weekend to yourself, make sure you do the tourist circuit. Browse the internet to know more about the local hot spots and go visit them.

Websites such as

TripAdvisor and Yelp can not only help you with a list of must-see places but also provide you with reviews so that you can decide for yourself whether a place is worth visiting or not.

Yelp can not only help you with a list of must-see places but also provide you with reviews so that you can decide for yourself whether a place is worth visiting or not.

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3. Join A Local Community

Many cities abroad have local communities that cater to people of different interests. Some of them are exclusively designed for people adjusting to the city after immigration. These can range from book clubs to yarn clubs, from wine tasting groups to sports groups.

Whichever one you choose to join you are sure to meet some like minded people and make some friends while you are at it

4. Join A Class

Another way in which you can get to know your new city according to immigration experts is to join a class of some kind. Whether its learning how to pair the perfect wine with cheese or learning how to play the Cello, joining a class can not only help you to boost your self-esteem as you acquire new skills, but also helps you to make some friends among the local community.

5. Stay In Touch With Your Family Back Home

While most immigration experts advocate getting to know your new neighbors and making friends among the locals, it goes without saying that one must not neglect to stay in touch with family and friends back in your home country. after all, they are your emotional support system.  Make sure you take time out from your busy schedule to set up a Skype call with your family.

To know more about moving to a new country and your prospects for a better life get in touch with our Immigration Consultants at Global Tree.

Frequently Asked Questions

Canada: The Great White North is Number 1 on this list. With easy immigration processes, a welcoming society, great education and healthcare, cool weather, and the ever-growing job market, Canada is the undisputed leader in immigration potential.

Germany: The Deutschland is famous for precision, quality, and high expectations. Unsurprisingly, it makes the list but we’re still going to spell it out. Currently, home to over 170,000 Indians, Germany is a melting pot of different cultures mostly from other countries in the EU. A veritable hub for mechanical engineering, Germany has a low level of corruption, and a love for innovation and is home to over 25 Fortune 500 companies. With the demand for highly skilled professionals, Germany is a choice destination for young, smart immigrants from all over the world.

Provincial Nominee Program is one of the best routes for Canadian immigration. Every province (state) in Canada has its criteria for immigration. This criterion is custom-fitted to reflect the needs and growth opportunities arising in that respective province.

A Master’s Degree translates directly into a better CRS score. Your educational qualifications reflect the contribution you would make to the destination country’s economy which means that you would be more sought after. Speaking one of the country's primary languages (Eg: French for Canada) also greatly raises your chances for both visa success as well job opportunities.

If you fall under the NOC list in Canada or SOL in Australia (Occupations in demand list), it means that jobs are readily available for qualified candidates. On average, individuals earn 8 times as much salary in Canada as compared to India.


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