With Nigeria’s currency rapidly falling, many Nigerians are considering migrating, but many are unsure where to begin.
In this article, I will summarize how to migrate overseas from Nigeria in the best way possible!
I hope the instructions below may assist you in relocating to any country of your choice.
Determine the cost
We must calculate the cost of whatever action we do in life. Japa inclusive. So, before considering migration, think about how much money you can save and remember that there is no set quantity and that anything can suffice based on Number 2.
Select your travel route
There are numerous migration routes or pathways.
- Route of study
- Skilled worker route
- Job seeker route (Austria, Germany, Portugal, and Sweden). E.t.c.
If you have a limited budget and wish to study, consider the following countries:
- Germany: Tuition-free
- Norway: Tuition-free
- Iceland: Tuition-free
- Austria: below 1000 Euros
- Czech Republic: below 1000 Euros
- Luxembourg: Below 1000 Euros
- France: Below 1000 euros.
While, if you are a skilled worker, you might consider:
- The Netherlands
- New Zealand
- The UK
- And even Australia.
After you’ve decided on your travel itinerary, you’ll need to know what documents you’ll need to give.
Different documentation will be required depending on the migration path you choose. This post will concentrate on the three types of documentation that will be required:
Route of Study:
For the study route, you would need:
- International passport
- School transcripts
- Letter of recommendation
Skilled worker route.
For this! The documents aren’t fixed, it all depends on the Country but keeps these documents in mind:
- International passport
- CV(when applying for the job).
- Health Insurance E.T.C.
READ MORE: Job Seeker Visa – Find Work in Europe
Job seeker visa:
For a job seeker visa, the Requirements vary from each country but the Only four Countries That allow this visa are:
Agency: Agents who can assist you with your application. You may require assistance after completing your application paperwork. If you decide to use an agency, be sure it is reputable.
It should be noted that the travel routes indicated are not all easy, but they are the most straightforward. You can also travel via alternative routes, such as
- Visiting visa
- Medical visa
- Unskilled workers.
I realize I didn’t cover even half of what there is to know about migrating abroad from Nigeria, but as I previously stated, I hope this was useful.
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