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The Friendliest Cities In The World

t’s said that no country is without its problems and no place is perfect.

And of course, this is true. No place is perfect.

Having lived in Australia for 8 years now, and as much as I love it, there are of course things that I think could be better or that I could do without. I personally have a real problem with spiders 🕷️

But the great thing about immigration is that you get to decide what issues you are prepared to put up with, and the kind of lifestyle you want.

One of the best parts of immigration during the decision process of leaving your home country, is researching your new chosen country or city, and uncovering all the new sights, sounds and experiences you will soon have as part of your everyday life.

You get to CHOOSE your new life.

And while Australia may not be perfect, just this week Melbourne was recognised as the “Friendliest City in the World”, and Sydney has been ranked in the top 10 global cities when it comes to both safety and happiness.

This is according to international health insurance company William Russel, who completed a data dive to discover where some of the most commonly visited cities rank when it comes to ‘friendly factors’, such as safety and happiness.

When it comes to safety, Sydney ranks at number nine and, sixth for happiest.

William Russell says the safety levels in a city came down to many factors, including whether it’s all good to walk around alone at night, worries about violent attacks, and crime levels.

Also, recently, according to Forbes, Melbourne is ranked as one of the top ten cities in the world to live in -

And Australia was one of a few countries that had cities that made the all the lists!

So, yes, while no country is perfect, at least by making your own life choices you get to choose a place that’s RECOGNISED as one that will make you happy and is great to live in.

If you are thinking of making the lucky country your new home please reach out to us we will do a FREE review of your eligibilty for a visa.


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