There are various reasons as to why one would want to leave India even with it being a great country. Whether to find better education facilities, better welfare/amenities, investment opportunities or employment prospects, all your reasons are valid.
Moving abroad from India is not a new phenomenon anymore. With the advent of social media and more disposable income, more and more Indians have started moving to other countries in search of better opportunities, a better lifestyle, or just for the experience.
Considering moving abroad from India? Well, there are various options available for you to consider, but here are a few of the most common:
- Student Visa: Most individuals choose this option because it is the simplest means to go overseas, especially if you are still pursuing education and have good financial backing. It gets a little difficult after graduation because there are some limits on employment visas after studying but adjustments are being made to permit students stay abroad and search for jobs after graduation. Such adjustments have already been made in countries like the United Kingdom where International students can stay in the UK for up to 2 years after graduation on a new visa route to look for a desirable job. . So if you fall in the student group and plan on studying abroad, the United Kingdom is a top choice. Contact the best study abroad specialists we know, My Foreign Education today.
2. Work Visa: Another viable and less costly option is to find a job abroad and relocate on a work visa. This is viable and less costly because usually the company provides you with all required assistance and relocation funding except in few cases making it one of the most convenient ways to move abroad. This option is however highly competitive as you will be applying for these jobs along with other top international talents. We wish you luck in your abroad job search.
3. Refugee or Asylum Visa: These visas are granted under very special humanitarian circumstances. If you are in an abusive situation, have threats to your life for religious or political reasons you can apply for these visa types in agreed countries and relocate if granted. You however will have to provide very sufficient proofs of the threats and dangers to your life in your home country. These visa types are most times not available at embassies and you have to already be in your desired country on another visa type or at the country’s border before you can apply in person at the designated centers.
4. Family Visa: If you have an immediate family member who is already living abroad, then this is another means to relocate abroad through their sponsorship. It is however the most tedious and bureaucratic visa type.
5. Spouse Visa: This is similar to a family visa except that you need to be married to someone who lives in the country you are hoping to relocate to.
6. Residency by Investment: A route for high-net-worth individuals to seek residency in a country of their choice by making financial investments in that country. This is one of the most straight forward means of relocating abroad. You can also contact My Global Citizenship for your Residency by Investment Guidance and application help.
7. Second Citizenship: Just like Residency by Investment, this is a means for high-net-worth individuals to acquire second citizenship in a country of their choice via immigration by investment programs and acquiring citizenship after a certain period of time. You can also contact My Global Citizenship for your Citizenship by Investment Guidance and application help.
Moving abroad from India can be difficult, but with proper planning and research, it can get less daunting which is why we recommend you get in touch with My Global Citizenship today for your tailor made immigration options that fit your needs and budget.
We hope this was helpful and good luck with whichever relocation type you decide to pursue!