Despite the optimism that accompanied the ‘wind of change’ following the general election and change of government in the UK, initial findings suggest that emigration will remain a high priority for some. Recent in-house research revealed that 71% of would be migrants had no intention of changing their plans.
Starting a new life by emigrating to a foreign country is one of the most daunting things one can do. It is a fact that the goal emigration has been much harder to do in the recent times for two primary reasons. Selling houses and releasing capital has been a major issue for would be British migrants, coupled with fewer overseas job opportunities. So whilst countries such as Canada, Australia and New Zealand have made it much tougher to get in, Brits still want to go and, for those with the right skills that match the requirements of these countries, it remains very possible. The reasons Brits continue to leave are several, but include the fear of impending austerity measures, loutish behaviour and the lure of a perceived better lifestyle. So whilst emigration may remain tougher than it has been, there really could be a queue of frustrated Brits ready to leave for good.
For many, a visit to the Emigrate shows will be their starting point to a new life overseas. The UK’s largest and longest established multi destination, long haul emigration events, (now in their fifteenth year), bring together exhibitors and organisations from around the world and are fully endorsed by several national governments. Exhibitors include government and regional government immigration officials, migration and visa experts, removals firms, recruiters, currency and pension transfer specialists. In addition, a series of popular and highly informative seminars runs daily throughout the shows presented by panels of emigration experts.
For more information about the Emigrate shows visit http://www.emigrateshow.co.uk