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WHICH country would you move to if you are guaranteed citizenship and no financial worries?
For me I would choose Sydney, Australia. I like the vibrant life there but it's not as hectic as USA.
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If i'm guaranteed citizenship and no financial worries, i'd gladly and willing relocate to the United States of America.

Firstly, USA has been the country of my dream ever since i have been watching cartoons and hollywood movies. I've developed interest in knowing where and how these movies and cartoons are made. I've been longing to visit the disney world, and the different movie studios just to have a feel of the movie making.

Furthermore, America is regarded as a land of opportunities and i want to explore and make my dreams come through as well and thereby living the American dream. my goals and aspirations in life is to become a world renowned communicator and i believe being a Citizen of America would give me that platform considering its repute all over the world.

Thirdly, America has a lot of tourism sites where i can go for sight seeing, something of which is part of my itinerary should in case i finally was able to go to the States. on the top of my list is the Grand Canyon, disney land et al.

Conclusively, i'd pick America for a wide range of reasons as highlighted above and other reasons ranging from security, standard of living, education, health care  etc.  things that i believe America gives 100% priority to.

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I think I would want to move to Finland. I have checked and it's one of the happiest countries in the world and has the best education. Well, this country is one which is going to be cold most of the time. I love it when the country is always cold even though at some points of time you would miss the sun.

There is no mosquitoes that for sure. In the place I stay, almost anyplace here can become a mosquito breeding ground. A pale of water and there you have mosquitoes.

Educational system is something definitely I would want to see for the country to develop.

There second option would be the united Kingdom. The countries that i am in which is located in South East Asia has followed the British system in everything from governance to the way schools are run. So it would be really good to be in UK.

UK is a pivot point to America and also to the US and Europe. Hopefully one day I would have so much money that I could do road trips around the world and one of the place I would start with is the united Kingdom and so start the journey from there.

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Country? I don't thing I will love to relocate to another country. Although paying visits and going on vacation on other countries won't be a bad idea but I won't love to change from my country to another country because I love my country despite the many flaws it has.

I won't also love to be separated from my family especially My mum and Dad

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I don't know, I love Amsterdam. From what I see on television and magazine I feel it will be a cool place to live. The people there look simple and I think I will fit perfectly into such a society given my lifestyle.

Plus, I love being surrounded by water, I don't know, it gives me that tranquil feeling, I really can't explain it.

I don't know much of their cost and standard of living but from the looks of things, on a surface level, the people look okay

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If I were guaranteed citizenship and no financial worries, I'd probably opt for a tropical paradise with a moderately high standard of living and healthcare but otherwise a relaxed lifestyle. Nothing extremely remote from civilization but nothing too busy, either. Too primitive and you'll get health risks, extreme poverty, crime, social unrest and the like. Too advanced and you'll have nit-picking bureaucrats and rules all over the place. So, not a first world country but no poverty-stricken chaotic country, either. A middle-income country with adequate medical facilities available having a pleasant climate and enjoying relaxed lifestyle. Perhaps an island nation somewhere in the Caribbean.

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Japan.

However, even without Citizenship and working for my bread, I do consider Norway, England/Ireland, Canada, Australia, and last but not least Switzerland.

Basically, places outside of the influence of Brussels but still in the same "European" model.

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The UK. Definitely. Great country, great culture, a lot of great people.

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I would love to choose New Zealand. New Zealand is a beautiful and peaceful country and the temperature is moderate. Good for living peaceful and happy life. 

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Straya! Oz oz hoy hoy hoy!

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