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Did You Know That There Are Countries In The World That Pays You For Moving There?

Have you ever fantasized of leaving the bustle of the city and relocating to a small, peaceful community where you might start a new life and perhaps even your own business? Or perhaps relocate to a different location for a change of scenery? Then you're in luck because there are many locations willing to pay young people to migrate there throughout the world. Look at that!

1. Chile

Start-up Chile is a seed accelerator program run by the government of Chile. It provides equity-free investments to new businesses that are looking to get off the ground with innovative product or service concepts. Anyone over the age of 18 is eligible to submit an application to participate in one of Startup Chile's three programs: Build, Ignite, or Growth.

Build is a program that lasts for four months and offers startup business owners in Chile assistance in launching their companies. In exchange for their participation, participants receive $14,000 USD (approximately 11,00,000) in equity-free funding and a resident visa valid for one year. In a similar vein, Ignite is also a program that lasts for four months and grants $30,000 (about 24,00,000) to businesses in order to push them to the next level. The Growth program provides funding of up to $80,000 (about 64,000,000) and is designed for established enterprises in the technology sector.

2. Ponga, Spain

The hilly region of Northern Spain contains the quaint town of Ponga, which is offering financial incentives to young couples in the hope that they will relocate there. It provides young couples with around $3,600, which is approximately 3,00,000, to migrate there, in addition to additional $3,600 for every kid born in the hamlet.

Reputable source:

https://www.movebuddha.com/blog/countries-will-pay-you-to-move-there/

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