Looking to lay down roots in another country? No problem but it’ll cost you!

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Greece

Greece will take you in for $345,000

When bad people do bad things or, good people do bad things in their own country, according to Quartz.Com, the best action to take is – HIGHTAIL IT OUTTA THERE WITH THE QUICKNESS!  It’s easy to do – for a price!

One of the best examples of this is Edward Snowden. He is an American computer specialist, a former Central Intelligence Agency employee, and former National Security Agency contractor who disclosed up to 200,000 classified documents to the press about the USA.  Needless to say President Obama wasn’t happy but, Snowden being one step ahead darted out of the country and into the hands of the Russians for safe haven.  But it cost him and others who are seeking to leave their countries – in search of refuge in other regions.

There is a catch.  It’s probably best that you don’t have a criminal history when seeking out a new country to call home.

Austria

Austria

If you’re looking for complete solitude, try the Alps.  For $10,000,00, you will be granted entrance including citizenship.

Australia

Australia

Going ‘down under’ will run you around $4,700,000 to purchase residency.

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

The UK have no problem in taking you in as a resident, once you fork over $1,644,000.

Singapore

Singapore

Your fortune cookie may have found you the perfect place to get lost in – for a price of $2 million.

Dominica

dominica

With their don’t ask, don’t tell policy, you’ll be able to set up a new life for a measly $100,00.  They’ll even throw in citizenship.

Greece

Greece

You’ll be able to take in the beautiful scenery permanently for $345,000.

Saint Kitts

St. Kitts-1

Located in the West Indies, you’ll live worry free within the eastern Caribbean citadel after you shell out $250,000.

New York

New York

If you haven’t done anything too dastardly like trading secrets, the USA will have you for $500,000.

Malta

Malta

This southern European country is considered a dream destination.  Ancient and beautiful cathedrals will have you settling in nicely before the residency ink is dry or at least after you pay the government $895,895.  The best part of the deal is, they’ll throw in an EU passport!

Cyprus

Cyrprus

Who wouldn’t want to escape to an island paradise – for a price of $413,490, that is.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Unfortunately, you’ll have to break the bank to settle here.  For $1,289,810 you’ll receive residency and enjoy some of the best rice and noodle dishes in the world.

Portugal

Portugal

You can permanently make this your home for $689,150.

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Tracee Tuesday

Tracee Tuesday is a travel writer, radio and television personality.Her mission is to inspire, inform and equip you with information necessary to experience the most amazing trips that are fun, affordable and culturally broadening.In her pastime, Tracee enjoys: white water rafting, astrobiology, zoology, traveling, music, horseback riding, and is an all-out foodie.