zzm9980 wrote:Well, I think we also need to define easy. Length of time? Boxes to tick? Money to spend? Quite a few are simple if you have the cash. I mean you can become an Austrian (EU) citizen for $3 Million Euro. No other requirements. That's pretty 'easy' IMO.Wd40 wrote:Do you know places that are easy to get PR but you dont want to go? From what I know most places now its much more difficult to get residency and amongst the popular ones, I think Australia is the easiest at the moment.zzm9980 wrote:Easy to get PR? Or a place that's easy to get a PR and you'd actually want to live?
For about 10% that, you can get Belgium (EU again) PR:
But, why would most of us want to? The 'right to roam' in the EU makes me no more inclined to do so, than when I was a child, and simply had a passport. It makes nothing easier for me, just for blood-sucking peasants.zzm9980 wrote:Yes, but doesn't it pretty much give you free reign of anywhere in the EU? For example, your own previous post about gypsies in Kensington was it?JR8 wrote:Phhhh ...
By all means. Most of us EU'ers wouldn't bother going even for a weekend...
JR8 wrote:The borders have never been more than waving a closed passport at a half asleep bloke in a kiosk. ‘The EU’ has not changed this; but what is has done is create a whole pan-continental self-appointed layer of very highly paid government drones.
I know the Germans love it, as they get to try and rule Europe by proxy (this time without invading countries and killing millions). I don’t see the ASEANS signing anything similar for even 100 years.
<<’If someone from the UK gets pissed off at 7 days of rain in a row then there's nothing to stop them from moving to Spain’>>
You think someone would uproot their life, due to a week bad weather. ‘Ooh lawks it’s raining rather a lot, let’s move country’. Yes, that is what the EU believes it is, a fallacious facilitator of delusions, a self-aggrandising political theory, with almost nil connection to the ground. For example, why the presumption that people wish to travel all over Europe, never mind live everywhere ... ?
>Earlier post from A. N. Other I can't be bothered replying to, .... (heavens is AuntBatty back?)sundaymorningstaple wrote:I always thought gypsies liked to move all over Europe? It would not surprise me if everybody harbors some "gypsy" deep inside and would like to move anywhere for any reason whenever it struck their fancy.
Typical habit of elderly people from New York, move down to Florida where it's warm & sunny, for the most part, year around, once they retire. Or they become, what is affectionately known as Snow Birds as they live up north in the hot months and move south during the cold ones, just like migrating geese & ducks.
Those people from Tennesee may well be from Nashville and pockets full of country music gold too. Or like the old US Sitcom from the 1960's, Beverly Hillbillies. But then again, why would a Hillbilly want to go to NYC? Out of the woods and into the Jungle?JR8 wrote:It's like people from Tennessee turning up and being housed on Park Avenue, with bells and whistles added on. Would that feel a little unfair to you (since you're paying for it, but will never get that lifestyle?); perhaps just a little
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