#1
I live in Hungary. You may only saw it's good side: good wines, pálinka (a vodka like drink, but can be made from almost anything ), girls, castles...
Bud economy is terrible. I need to travel for hours to my workplace because there were no local jobs. I have to take loan for studying because my mother took a lot of loan and she need to pay them and she can't sponsor me (but she could if she didn't buy that cr*ppy race car and other stupid things). And nowadays, beautiful girls aren't Hungarians.
Now I'm going to a college (it's f****** hard to get room for cheap at Budapest)(and if you ask me I'll learn informatics but I'm not a geek) to get some degree, learn some language, then I leave this s***ty country behind with my family and those unfriendly people who thinks that happiness, optimism, and playing on guitar is a serious mental disorder.
I'm think on Canada (not because of Devin Townsend), Sweden, USA (maybe, I fear from the health care system), and Italy. I can learn more language in case. (except Japanesse because the kanji)
So what country you suggest me?

Also, can you suggest me a good way to learn english/other languages?
#3
inb4 "You think that's bad? People in <insert country> have it much worse!"
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#7
I would seriously suggest Canada. Either Ontario, BC, or Alberta.
Free healthcare, generally nice population, a fairly stable economy, a stable government, little violence (guns are illegal, no death penalty), almost no xenophobia. We love immigrants.
Basically the US without all the bad parts.


Couldn't speak for Sweden or Italy, but if you were deciding between US or Canada, I would definitely choose Canada.
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I would seriously suggest Canada. Either Ontario, BC, or Alberta.
Free healthcare, generally nice population, a fairly stable economy, a stable government, little violence (guns are illegal, no death penalty), almost no xenophobia. We love immigrants.
Basically the US without all the bad parts.


Couldn't speak for Sweden or Italy, but if you were deciding between US or Canada, I would definitely choose Canada.

Is citizenship easy to get there? Unless you have a lot of money lying around, I would not suggest coming to the US.
#9
I'd recommend somewhere in Europe like England (okay it's not great, but it's not THAT bad), France, Germany or some Scandinavian country.
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He's not. And I agree with him. Everyone needs to worship white jesus. Or die.
#11
Somewhere in the EU would be the best option. Sweden has free university so might be an option. I would say UK but I?m sure you already considered and duly rejected that.

The only other thing I can offer is that my Hungarian relatives immigrated to New Zealand. They like it there
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#12
I would seriously suggest Canada. Either Ontario, BC, or Alberta.
Free healthcare, generally nice population, a fairly stable economy, a stable government, little violence (guns are illegal, no death penalty), almost no xenophobia. We love immigrants.
Basically the US without all the bad parts.


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damm man now I want to imigrate there...sounds good,really good
#13
I vote Norway. That's where I wanna go, norwegian is also similar to english so it'll be easier to learn, if you want a job in canada you'll most probably need to know french(at least that's what I think)
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You don't speak English?

This
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This comment and your sig are so unbelievably ignorant it's not even funny. You'd best be trollin'.

Ignorant? How dare you ignore the dangers of Antichrist Obama and his closet Muslimhood. He wasn't even born here, I bet it's not even really his birthday

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He's not. And I agree with him. Everyone needs to worship white jesus. Or die.

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OP, you seem fairly decent in English. I say Canada, because they have neat currency. I'm going to go polish my loonie.
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I would seriously suggest Canada. Either Ontario, BC, or Alberta.
Free healthcare, generally nice population, a fairly stable economy, a stable government, little violence (guns are illegal, no death penalty), almost no xenophobia. We love immigrants.
Basically the US without all the bad parts.


Couldn't speak for Sweden or Italy, but if you were deciding between US or Canada, I would definitely choose Canada.


I second Canada. I myself plan to move to Vancouver. Also look into barcelona. From the little i've heard and seen it's it pretty peaceful place.
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Why don't you spin a globe and place a thumbtack on a random country to immigrate to?
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You don't speak English?

I speak, but I have problems with it. (mostly grammatical)
I got 58% at the gradulation from English and I only have a bit better than Basic level of English speaking. It's hard to tell different things in this Language for me but I can watch movies with it's original dub as long, as it's English.

(How many times I used the word "English"... )

I also througth on England if there no other option. (Yes there is: starve to death with a good job )
#22
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Actually, Denmark is a great country. I researched it and it's people seem like it's a pretty cool country. So that gets my vote.


Well, I wouldn't suggest Denmark since I live live here and was born here :p

If you move to Denmark you will see it as a land full of rascism if you don't look like the majority of the population. Now I know that Hungarians don't look very different from danish people but I would suggest my neighbours in Sweden. Much better country at least if you don't want to get drunk, then it's a bad country xD
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Is citizenship easy to get there? Unless you have a lot of money lying around, I would not suggest coming to the US.

I'd imagine it isn't too hard to get citizenship, certainly much easier than many other countries. I'm not too sure on all the details as I've never applied for it, but seeing as how a fairly huge chunk of our countries population is made up of immigrants, I can't see it being too hard.


Edit:

Also, standard living expenses are probably higher than most places. Taxes etc. to pay for healthcare.
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Actually, Denmark is a great country. I researched it and it's people seem like it's a pretty cool country. So that gets my vote.


According to South Park, Denmark is the Canada of Europe..

But yeah Denmark is a cool country. We have free healthcare, free educational system and all sorts of commie things.

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Well, I wouldn't suggest Denmark since I live live here and was born here :p

If you move to Denmark you will see it as a land full of rascism if you don't look like the majority of the population. Now I know that Hungarians don't look very different from danish people but I would suggest my neighbours in Sweden. Much better country at least if you don't want to get drunk, then it's a bad country xD


Indeed.
Sweden is a lot better.
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I'd imagine it isn't too hard to get citizenship, certainly much easier than many other countries. I'm not too sure on all the details as I've never applied for it, but seeing as how a fairly huge chunk of our countries population is made up of immigrants, I can't see it being too hard.

You'd be wrong dude. Legal immigration is a mountain of paperwork barred off by red tape, and the cover charge is.... Google....... from a couple hundred to a couple thousand, depending on what you apply for.

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You'd be wrong dude. Legal immigration is a mountain of paperwork barred off by red tape, and the cover charge is.... Google....... from a couple hundred to a couple thousand, depending on what you apply for.

Ah, shame. That's unfortunate.
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I speak, but I have problems with it. (mostly grammatical)


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Bud economy is terrible.


I hear British Columbia is pretty nice.
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#30
Personally, I'd like to live in Sweden or Norway. But I'm lazy and Germany ain't that bad as well.


Don't worry about your English. Yes, your grammar is bad, but your spelling is okay and your vocabulary seems alright, too. I didn't have problems understanding your posts.
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I speak, but I have problems with it. (mostly grammatical)
I got 58% at the gradulation from English and I only have a bit better than Basic level of English speaking. It's hard to tell different things in this Language for me but I can watch movies with it's original dub as long, as it's English.

(How many times I used the word "English"... )

I also througth on England if there no other option. (Yes there is: starve to death with a good job )

You have better grammar than most of the people on here, so I wouldn't be to worried about that.
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I hear British Columbia is pretty nice.



If you did something there...i think i see it.
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#36
^I dun geddit.

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I can play hard ball too.

In my case, it's an artistic expression. So I can do that. Bleh.
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#38
in canada you dont need to speak french to get a job, we're about as good at french as americans are at spanish. i know lots of people who's english i can barley understand and they have no problem getting jobs.

im not sure about our immigration policies but we do keep our racisim mostly bottled up.:wink:

BC is pretty beautiful but i know alot of people who live in vancouver and they say theres alot of racisim, at least towards asians. and i know it has some of the worst drug crime in north-america.

but the good news is canada is big and has many nice cities to choose from. having said that, if you're looking to go to university i would suggest somewhere with free education since north-america has some of the most expensive universities in the world.
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#39
I'd say Canada, Sweden, Norway, Finland, or Iceland. Or Denmark. Maybe Australia or Chile?