6 Places You Could Easily Move To From The U.S. If You Just Can’t Cope Anymore

The 2016 presidential election has taken such a toll on millions of Americans on both sides. Many feel threatened, shocked, and unsafe in light of what’s unfolded over the last two days.

No matter which way you slice it, this nation is divided. Some want to bring about change at any cost, while others now fear for their rights. Many have even actively discussed fleeing the country on the basis of those fears. But moving is never easy, especially given the state of migration worldwide. National interest in moving to Canada was so high last night, in fact, that the Canadian immigration site crashed.

That being said, the process of emigrating to Canada is not an easy one. Canada might not be the best choice for relocation, but if you’re dead set on leaving the U.S., these six countries have made it incredibly easy for Americans to earn citizenship. The kicker is that they’re beautiful, too.

1. Sweden

Despite its high taxes and cost of living, a residential permit can be quickly obtained for as little as $117. The entire permit process can be completed online, cutting down on expensive postage costs and delays in acceptance notices. In 2014, Sweden had one of the largest residence permit acceptance rates in the world. More than 110,000 permits were issued that year.

2. Mexico

Mexico may just be the closest alternative to living in the U.S. For just $21 every six months, U.S. residents can obtain an FFM Visa, which can be renewed indefinitely. The one downside to these permits is that they are only good for those who do not wish to work in Mexico.

3. New Zealand

If the “Lord of the Rings” movies taught us anything, it’s how beautiful this country is. It also has a relatively simple immigration process. The country gives potential residents a variety of methods to help them achieve citizenship.

When applying for a visa, you must meet one of five criteria: reside in New Zealand for 184 days as a resident before applying to make that status permanent, have a tax residence status in the country, invest money into the New Zealand economy, own a business in the country, or simply establish a base in New Zealand for 41 days living with another permanent resident.

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Here Are Some Things You Didn’t Know About Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan died in 2004, but to this day he is an idol to conservative political leaders. But how much did we really know about him? How much do we really know about any president? Given the nature and security of the job, they are all bound to have some secrets.

Here are some Ronald Reagan facts that you might have known… but some you definitely didn’t.

His favorite cologne was Royal Briar.

His favorite president was George Washington.

The guy hated brussels sprouts!

He was hard of hearing in the right ear after a gun shot incident during the filming of a movie.

Favorite book: the Bible.

As a kid they called him “Dutch” either because his father said he looked like a little dutch boy or because the popular style of haircut for boys at the time was called “the dutch”.

Favorite childhood book: the Bible.

Ronald Reagan’s favorite musical soundtrack was The Sound of Music.

Fact: because of his ‘ruddy skin’ Reagan rarely had to have make-up applied during his time as an actor.

His nickname was “The Gipper” after his role of ‘George Gip’ in the movie Knute Rockne.

His first car was a 1934 Nash Lafayette Coupe.

Reagan wore glasses in high school, but just as he was becoming an actor, contact lenses became available for the first time.

At fourteen Ronald was hired by a construction contractor to dig ditches ten hours a day, six days a week for a wage of 35 cents per hour. He used that money to save enough for his college tuition which was $200. Way to go Ron!

His favorite comic strip was Peanuts.

The Gipper LOVED jelly-beans.

His favorite recipe was apple cider.

And finally, his favorite tree was the sycamore.

I don’t know about you, but I hope J.J Abrams works in Reagan’s Strategic Defensive Initiative into the new Star Wars. Lasers, man! If you love the Gipper, give this a share on Facebook!

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