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kenfrapin wrote:Wow so much research into finding how to get out of you country and move to the EU or US or Canada or Australia.
Can you tell us why this desperation to move out and come here. Do you know the ground truth of lifestyles in these places? And if you can invest 72k Euros of your money in Latvia (jeez!!) why throw all that money to come here?
Slightly baffled reading your thread and the desperate measures you are ready to take. There is life, great life outside of these countries as well
Thanks for the advice. I am a single male, 20 years old. I think BCOM from australia would be best as I can apply for Permanent residency immediately after completing bachelors. What do you guys think?kenfrapin wrote:Fair enough but my presumption is that its best to use your skills to go anywhere else rather than shortest way - what you need to remember is you can go anywhere for a short while but in order to remain in that country, you need to make a living. Plus Im sure you plan to settle down, think of your life 10 years down the line etc...
For all this, the shortest option such as investing X amount as an entrepreneur or buying land/property will not be a solution to you inherent problem. Unless you are really rich and have business acumen, its best to get an insight of how you can use your 'skills' to not only go outside but also sustain yourself and build a happy future for you and perhaps your family
Isn't there a contradiction?cuteguy wrote:wish to settle in the EU or USA/Canada or australia.
but their govt website says that you have to live in latvia for 6 months a year and I can not do that.
This is indeed a good development.investco wrote:The Latvian immigration and citizenship laws have been considerably modified as of July 2010.
After an individual has been a Permanent Resident of Latvia for at least 2 year, they may apply for citizenship upon successfully completing Latvian language and history examinations and demonstrating residency requirements.
So, it is actually possible to obtain citizenship within 7 years.
Looks good but in what way is this useful for those who chose this residency scheme which requires that you pay at least â‚¬28,500 in taxes per year to maintain residency?A company may be classified as a microenterprise if turnover in a calendar year does not exceed â‚¬100,000 and it has less than 5 employees.
The micro-enterprise tax is imposed only the micro-enterprise's turnover, at a rate of 9 %