The easiest country to immigrate to depends on the immigrant's skills and situation. Panama is known as one of the easiest countries in which to establish residency, as long as the immigrants can support themselves, reports U.S. News & World Report.
As of 2015, anyone over 18 years of age with a monthly offshore income of $1,000 can apply for residency in Panama. The country also offers residency to people from 47 friendly nations who have at least $5,000 in a Panama bank and economic ties to the country, explains Panama Immigration Services. This includes professional employment or establishing a limited liability company in Panama.
Brazil is also actively seeking immigrants, explains the Miami Herald. This country is opening its doors to people who have much needed technical and professional skills. It is looking for people to share knowledge and help the country continue to advance.