Moving to the Americas


THE AMERICAS & THE CARIBBEAN

Choose your destination


Argentina Flag
ArgentinaBuenos Aires
The Bahamas
Barbados
Belize flag
Belize
Bolivia
Bermuda
Brazil flag icon
Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo
CanadaCalgary, MontrealOttawaToronto, Vancouver, Waterloo
Cayman Islands
Chile Flag icon
Chile: Santiago
Colombia flag
Colombia
Costa Rica flag icon
Costa Rica
Cuba flag
Cuba
Dominican Republic flag
Dominican Republic
Ecuador flag
Ecuador
El Salvador
Guatemala flag
Guatemala
Honduras flag
Honduras
Jamaica flag
Jamaica
Mexico flag icon
Mexico
Nicaragua flag
Nicaragua
Panama flag
Panama
Paraguay
Peru flag
Peru
Puerto Rico
St Lucia
Trinidad and Tobago
US flag icon
USAAtlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Hartford, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami , Minneapolis, New York City, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Washington DC
Uruguay
Venezuela



Moving to the Americas


Let’s face it, the New World is not so new anymore; it’s been over 500 years since Christopher Columbus spotted an immense flock of birds and followed their flight path to the modern-day Bahamas.

Since then the discovery of the Americas has given way to slavery, settlement and sordid wars for independence, and these days, the countries that make up the western hemisphere have long sloughed off the restraints of colonialism to become some of the most powerful nations in the world.

For years immigrants have been relocating to the shores of the United States, the prairies of nearby Canada and the pampas of Argentina, but life in each of North and South America’s separate spaces will undoubtedly be a unique experience deserving of its own research and preparation.

So, whether you’re considering moving to the competitive, concrete jungle of New York City to advance your career, or whether you’re planning to move to the Mexican Riviera to live out your twilight years amidst hot weather and warmer hospitality, take some time to read a little about your future destination.