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12-02-2012, 06:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Mr Kanadensisk View Post
I agree, although to be fair in general I think it is a bit easier for new immigrants to fit into NA (CAN & US) society since we are essentially two countries built by immigrants.

BTW if you are looking for cheap booze and a night out with some drunken Stockholmers I highly recommend the overnight powercruise to Åland.
While I can't be classified as an immigrant in a new land, but from my personal and professional experience, as an expat spending 8 months of the year living abroad and have been doing so for the past several years, I don't think any one country is any easier than any other with regards to adapting... I think it depends to a great extent on the personality and character of the person who is doing the immigrating.

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