Five variables were taken into account to determine this. Thousands of expats voted.
This conclusion came from a survey conducted by the global expat community Internationalswhich currently has more than 4.5 million members.
12,000 immigrants They voted to their liking considering five categories: Quality of life, ease of settling in, personal finances, economic stability are basic issues for expats.
And 85% of expats in Miami confirmed that they are satisfied with living in the most important city in Florida.
Those who are happy with their city highlight that it is very easy to adapt in Miami, that the local culture is very open, that access to internet services is fast, that you can pay with cash everywhere and you can easily use bank accounts.
They also highlighted the good number of job offers they are offered and the possibilities for outdoor recreation.
And the minus? They mainly cited the lack of public transportation, the high cost of health insurance, and the high cost of living.
It was the main city in the ranking determined by the survey Valencia, In Spain. The platform is completed Dubai (United Arab Emirates) f Mexico City.
Miami ranked 12th in the ranking, and New York is the second American, ranked 16th.
Top 10 countries
In InterNations, this year’s ranking was also published with The best and worst countries for expats in 2022.
Mexico took first place thanks to indicators related to personal finance and ease of settlement.
The remaining top segment has been completed, in that order, by Indonesia, Taiwan, Portugal, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Thailand, Australia and Singapore.
South Africa, Japan, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Kuwait are among the countries least favored by immigrants or those who have lost their land.
Kuwait, for example, ranks worst in terms of quality of life and ease of settling in. On the other hand, New Zealand has not been very popular lately due to its high cost of living.
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