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  • Want to start afresh after COVID-19 blues? Consider these three countries to immigrate

    We know that in the aftermath of COVID-19, life is not going to be the same. The economic impact will be far reaching and long lasting. Many of us will have to give up our existing career or business/profession and look at starting afresh. Others may be thinking of taking break and living a quiet and quality life, perhaps in a new city or country. Whatever may be our needs and desires, we need to start thinking and working on alternatives and have a plan B.

    We have studied the impact of COVID- 19, and the measures taken by some of the leading countries in the world to revive their economy and protect jobs and businesses. We have also studied the immigration policies and programmes of these countries. Based on the same, we have identified the following four countries, amongst others, which we believe, offer better opportunities to make a new beginning and enjoying a stable and quality life.


    Canada is fast becoming the most preferred destination for immigration for Indians, overtaking the USA. It’s a warm and welcoming approach towards immigrants and highly favourable immigration policy has been attracting people from all segments – students, skilled workers, entrepreneurs, etc.

    On the lines of the US, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was quick to announce a $82 billion stimulus package to protect jobs and businesses from the impact of COVID-19. These measures will go a long way in ensuring that businesses survive and thrive, and jobs are retained.

    Despite the lockdown since mid-March, Canada’s immigration system remains operational and the immigration draws have continued both at federal as well as provincial level. This shows how important immigration is to Canada.


    The “America Dream” seems to have lost its shine as the US is no longer the most preferred immigration destination for the Indians, at least in the short run. This is mainly due to the twin effect of the negative publicity due to the handling of the COVID-19 and the uncertainty due to all the noise around the immigration ban announced by Donal Trump. (read our earlier article here Trump’s Immigration Ban).

    However, the US continues to be the biggest and the most resilient economy and is likely to bounce back much faster than most of the other world economies (remember the bounce back after the financial crises in 2009).

    For those having long term plans for the US, specially for business expansion/diversification, the current situation provides a perfect opportunity to take the first step to make inroads. Distress sales opportunity are aplenty, and funds are available at extremely low cost.

    The best way to capitalise on this opportunity is through L1 A visa, a non-immigrant visa to which the immigration ban is not applicable. It is an Inter-Company Transfer visa which allows businesses in India to transfer their senior executives as well as business owners to the US for the purpose of exploring business opportunities. The low cost and investment commitment associated with it is the most attractive feature of this visa, specially in the current situation. However, there are a lot of conditions attached to this Visa and not all businesses can qualify.


    Australia continues to be among the favourite immigration destinations. Like Canada, Australia’s immigration programmes are competitive, and points driven, tailored to suit the country’s specific requirements. Broadly, there are two categories Skilled Workers and Investors. Given the current situation, most countries are trying to protect jobs and hence the intake under the skilled workers programme is likely to be limited. The Investors programme on the other hand, will see a surge in interest. However, the high investment amount coupled with the low approval rates could act as barriers.


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