And no, I'm not fakeflagging. For all those blind patriots.
what education do you have and/or what job experience?
is russia that bad... anyways if i were you i would move to west europe or US, earn as much money as I could, and then retire in Russia.
$12k? try the favela or slums of africa/india. unless you have some skills that are going to make you money elsewhere.
Go live in Poland or something the wages are shit but its a very cheap country to live in with decent quality of life.
I also want to leave here and my friend, the best options I've found so far are USA, Canada, Australia and Norway
Come to australia. Everyone that's going emigrated here that I've spoken to loves it. $12k is plenty if you can find work quickly.
Age? Education? Prof. skills?
The biggest problem is that developed countries usually don't give a shit about your Russian education, which is fair, considering the level of our education system.
if you don't have a degree you'll be washing dishes in europe might want to get your degree first
Russia biggest country leave him, move to small countries like swedistan?
go move to sochi,
how old are you?
GO TO TURKEY! But indeed go to Poland. you will easily study Polish and it is not hard to find job there now.
I can't offer u any country to live in cuz I'm from Belarus xd But still gl m8
Try America, not like really big cities but smaller ones, try Virginia or North Carolina or something!
Scandinavian countries are best option but there everything is expensive to us
like ok you are free to leave, but what exactly does make Russia the worst country? I ve never heard that someone in russia have problems with taxes, news from russia are coming with headlines like: some rich russian moved to UK where he is free to trashtalk about Putin LUL. Unemployment? Flooding? Hurricane? Earthshakes? Terrorism and refugees? It doesnt even exist in Russia, stop crying and get your shit together, take a trip to US or Canada, some people here think that being retarded is cool, kids killing themselves because their parents dont give a flying fuck, in central america you may get shot just cuz you are not enough american (yes, exactly "not enough american" i read about it when worked with police department).
Edit: move to Spain, they are awesome except Jonatan
You are ready to move and don't even know where? You will be very surprised when you find out that you need visa to live and work abroad legally.
12 k is not enough to start a new life in a country which is worth living in i am afraid. If you can't speak english very well you might seek for russian employers in the country you desire to live in. There are some in Germany but you most likely end up working on construction sites and not even legal.
I'd move abroad only if I had some really high skills. Otherwise why whould they hire a fucking immigrant kek
don't give emigration suggestions if you are 12 and think all you have to do is think of a cool country and then they let you in.
90% of the comments here are dumb bs.
you'll always find a home in england, 12k is enough tbh, rent and food for a while, obviously picking up a job asap is needed
Move to UK. gr8 ping, tier1 country, quality education, high salary.
Australia is the best choice
go to south africa many sun and warm vether))
You have to understand that immigration with small amount of money will put a cross on at least 1-5 years of your life. Especially if youre not a highly skilled worker. All you gonna do for the first years is work to "form" your new life.
I have a small IT company and we have a lot of job applications from immigrants. And you cant even count how much time they wasted working just to pay the bills.
So at the end of the day, immigration is not about money you have, its about skills. With 12k you cant just sit home and study something or attend some courses frequently. You have to work and this will take a lot of time.
Stay in Russia, Olen
I gonna move to Russia in future f.ex. bcs its gonna be too many Abdulas here
Already have built house and having appartment in Russia
I cant tell you where you 100% have to go, but i can tell you where you 100 % dont go: Swedistan, Germanistan, London, Austria, France. Like some guys said, maybe Canada or New Zealand. Just dont go in country with a lot of imigrants. Good Luck.
Just visit other countries on google street view and spend the spare money on vodka.
You can thank me later.
What's your education and experience? Which country do you plan to live in?
12k might definitely not be enough for a single year, traveling + rent + food + transports + bills.
everyone saying canada and I would also say canada, there are better options but because of language barrier I would say Canada. New Zealand would prolly be better though if you dont mind how different just about everything will be, but then again, not like canada has that much more in common.
countrys like lithuania and latvia will work even though there isnt that much work you can comunicate in russian
Invest in Bitcoins and make them doble in 2 years :P
nobody just "leaves" putinland without asking papa putin
just stay there, before papa putin sends you and your family to a gulag in siberia
12k? da ti ebanulsya, luche mne ih otdai...posely na uchastke, kak odnogo tovarisha iz Tadzhikistana...tak zhe propisku sdelau, budete rabotat' i mne za propisku platit'
I guess finland can you move to some know russian there or just move to somewhere else in scandinavia but you probably will need to learn english to get a job
WHY YOU LEAVING RUSSIA MY NIGGAH?
bEST COUNTRY EVER BEST GIRLS
COME TO MOSCOW CITY OR PITER AND YOU WILL BE FINE
If u not fake then answer s1mple question: po4emu ti takoy daun? ha4ik 4toli?
If u not answer - u stupid russian hater :(
imo without proper and really fluent english moving is pointless
The way you write make me think you are not making rational decisions. I don't know where you live in Russia exactly but it is one of the most cheapest places in the world with not bad quality. If you are making money (and I assume you do) and don't want to live in a shithole(?) move to a bigger city like St Petersburg, Ekaterinburg or Kazan.
If you will move to another country with a bad knowledge of English you will never get a well paid job. And your quality of life will decrease. Furthermore, it is difficult to move LEGALLY to another country like USA or Canada now. It is only possible if you go there for studying or land a good job where employer would love to sponsor your visa.
If you don't want to live in Russia, try to move to a different city first and then work on your income. When you have enough money you can start traveling and see the country before actually moving to it.
move to latvia/lithuania. u can live there without knowing main languages, anyways everyone is talking in russian. xD
Yes. If you are jewish youre free to come to israel, and u will get 10k and a job and a place to live asap. talk to the embassy, if your not jewish,.. good luck in other countries, also 30-40% talk fluent russian here, youll be fine.
my advise would be go to a western country for 5/4 years to get money then go back to russia to live your life with good house, money and all. if you want to move out of russia but you cant speak english that well i would try to move into the baltics or poland. for your information 1/4 of israel population is speaking russian so it would be very easy to get a job here and the average income here is 2.5k dollars
Move london like real ruski
Please, specify your education and profession. You can't emigrate by tourism. There are not many options for people like us:
- Study in Europe and find work afterwards
- If you are highly qualified in some area, find a job, they don't hand working visas to berry-pickers
- Marry a citizen
Other options are illegal or too much for us to pay. Chances are higher if you work in IT.
You will be an immigrant for a long time and finding a full time contracted job without having a Canadian passport is 10x harder than for local citizen. My mom was married to my stepdad for 6 years before she and i could get Belgian documentation from the government and only then could she find proper work ( and that after getting a degree in pharmacy ).
I would not do it. You will be working minimum wage if you lucky or will be jobless and helpless for a long time. Social services won't even help you because you left your country on no legal grounds besides " wanting to move ".
Unless you want to suffer, just get a degree in Russia, find a job and then look for abroad opportunies afterwards.
no, $12k is not enough xd
If you are planing to moving to Romania, my advice is to buy a house in the rural area, the price of apartments is pretty big considering a studio in Bucharest is about 40,000 euros wich is pretty expensive IMO.
The countryside is the most comfy.
"The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence".
Every country has its pros and cons. If you can't succeed in some specific country, moving to other country won't change your life significantly.
come to any baltic country, but in estonia i recommend you narva or ida virumaa in general because there is alot of russian speakers and you can easily get work there as russian
In Latvia you could go as cheap as to find apartement for 70euros per month, excluding electricity and water costs. As for food, I guess 150euros+ per month. So I guess in worst case scenario you could last 3 years dry without making any money in Latvia.
12k is nothing, and no your bait is bad
Russian with 12k nice bait
all saying canada canada
Canada can go suck dikkk that fuckhole will get you killed.
You need a job otherwise you won't be able to stay there and get citizenship.
You born in Russia, you stay in Russia.
Somehow hard to believe he has $12k in savings.
Somehow hard to believe you would obtain work permit.
Your only skill is being native speaker of Russian language, start here and look for jobs abroad which require Russian language most likely customer service. Apply for these jobs and you may get lucky.
You can leave Russia, but Russia will never leave you.
depending how you like to spend money, you can come to Aus and get a job as a grape picker for working visa purposes. you'll spend about $500 a week minimum so you'll get away with staying here for 2 years. Then you can apply for a permanant residency. I think they're about 5k though.
I dont know if it would be easy but you could move to Finland and in eastern parts you could probably survive with russia. (not 100% sure I dont live near the east).
Russia is not that bad if you live in big cities like Moscow or St. Petersburg. But in small cities, the average salary for ordinary people like doctors, teachers and etc is like 100-200$/month. And I'm not even exaggerating.
If you're ruski then you should think about Poland, i was there and it's great country, there are some of strange looking people that have look like they want to kill you but it didn't happen to me, i saw Poznan and Wroclaw and both were great but first one was much better for me tbh and i think it's easier for you to learn that language probably but i don't think english is enough there. Norway and Iceland are also really good countries you should check them too, both beautiful and great money.
Just move to Riga, Latvia. 40% of people in the Capital of Latvia are Russians. And pretty much everyone who is 30 or older speaks Russian pretty fluent.
Also if you live alone in a single room apartment, in Riga your monthly expenses will be just like 700-900 euros
id improve your english before you move, better chance of finding a decent job
if i was u buy a gun and kys
ur english suck stay in Russia
Honestly France is not a good choice
Don't choose Poland or you will regret
advice: try not to move somewhere far away, because you will feel homesick and miss people u love, if you're so far it will be hard to visit back again
stay in EU probably
Smart ruski i wish you good luck and btw your english is ok , you will be used to it in 2-3 months.
I suggest uk or netherlands.
Enjoy your adventure! :))
davai po-russki,bratan)) nihuya ne ponyal))) a tak, glavnoe ne ed` v latviju,litvu i estoniju,oni zagnivajut tak zhe,kak ir rossija
Go to Norway, it's expensive as fuck at the start until you get settled but you can make mad money there also. And Norwegian women bestestestetetet.
Also easy as fuck to get a job.-
living in "growing economy" countries suck so hard, my friend studied publicity here in Brazil and couldn't get a good job, then she sold everything she had and moved to UK, now she works cleaning toillets there and gets more money there than a graduated here
Canada would love to have you. Assuming you like moose.
You can get an asylum in the west if you declare yourself gay.
yeah go Paris and enjoy nights under the bridge with niggers...
I live in Saint-Petersburg and thats really good place to live. can compare with all EU big cities, cause visit em all/
can recommend Finland (close to friend and realitives), Australia or Canada or really think about move to SPb =)
Finland or Sweden
Australia is a good place
Most places here are very expensive to live in, assuming you are even able to get in. Most people will work with bad english since the US is so diverse, but it must be good enough to at least hold a reasonable conversation. High living costs are typically offset by high minimum wages (all relative of course). As others have said if you live in the US for long enough you'll probably never want to go back to eastern europe. I've met many people here who are from the CIS/Russia and say they will never go back.
Yemen good for you trust me
Go to Syria Iraq or Afghanistan
You should move to baltic states. why? they are in eu, so u can communicate in Russian because it was ex-USSR state, so if u go store, or some public place, majority of the people will communicate with u in russian, but then there is people who hate russians, while ita not russian fault that baltics were annexed, it was leaders fault. but still, it would be pretty ez living there because of the eu, and people talking russian. Average salary, Estonia 1k eur, Lithuania, Latvia 800eur, most of the things are cheap. In Estonia people do not communicate in russian as much as in Lithuania or Latvia, if u search for work there, u need to live in big cities, cuz salary is better, suggestions: Latvia: Riga, Valmiera, Jelgava. Lithuania: Klaipeda, Palanga, Kaunas, Vilnius. Estonia: Tallinn, Pärnu, Tartu. hope u read this and will help choose your decision.
Come here my friend, i know its kinda expensive but don't worry. I will call my friend Jere from Oulu, he will bring a lot of karhun and we will have fun)))
lul, when my 3rd country is better xDDD
Out of 400 comments no one recommended Belgium
I've been in Poland. Better don't come there.
Denmark, it's pretty close and ez to get a job. Not a flashy job, but working in a warehouse of some sort should be pretty ez even tho' you don't speak danish nor english very good. Hell I worked at a place with 10+ people who didn't even speak english at all hahah.
good luck dude ! good move
just move to Naukan, build a boat, go to alaska ez mountain life
u can try India,Pakistan,Afghanistan still hope there
you want to leave russia? then i suggest moving to NA or somewhere in EU (not including CIS) but before you do, try to learn to be able to speak english decently.
Just dont go to czech republic, i feel like there is a lot of russians already (or ukrainians)
Europe, whatever country would accept you. Then you can always move around in Europe.
Ydachi tebe v mestax polychse
Kogda budew svalivat, gandoni i vazelin dla svoei jopi ne zabud'. Ti je v evropu edew, podcepiw ewe 4ego.
Whats ur town? Moscow and St.Peterburg the great. I lived in Moscow and it was very good
Money isn't really the problem. Well, to some degree it is but not that much. It's more about other requirements so you can obtain a visa and these are usually VERY HIGH for western countries. I once tried to help a friend from Ukraine move to Germany and it basically turned out impossible so we gave up on it.
come to Scotland! we welcome you! we're bad at english too
horosho, tam gde nas net
hm ruski bratan you can go in usa but its to expenesive i must give you advice to live in uk london is a great idea but only problem is you cant search your job easily. but atleast if there will be a chance to live in usa&canada its a perfect idea good luck.
Don't move to Germany please
I heard Dominican Republic is super cheap
Move to a rich country that has a lot of russian tourists = easy and well paid job. When I worked as snowboarding instructor I wrote down I can speak russian and I had many russian customers, who figured out I wasn't really a fluent russian speaker, but noone said a word to my agency and they were mostly really nice people.
Better stay in your own country
if i wanted to leave my country, i would move to Canada.
i hear theyre smart loyal and friendly)))
not East Europe, not USA, not Africa... Just maybe China/Australia/Japan/Canada....
But I'm not sure that you will find a job without good language skills