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Old 08-23-2014, 12:50 AM
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I strongly agree with jaswindersingh, people study so hard to make their career and future, and they end up working in different field beyond their interest..
When its become too much,people get frustrated and that could be the reason,the just wanna go back to their country..


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They might be sick of the shit around them and have trouble relocating/moving.


It's easy enough to save up a small fortune and go back to their home countries and start a new life (in most cases.


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After all the effort and sacrifices (monetary / emotional) why do immigrants leave Australia? I have read through forums trying to understand this social phenomenon. One interesting blog with the same name as my thread tells the sad stories of many immigrants who are desperately to leave.

If you had the chance to start all over again the process, would you?

If you had left Australia, why did you leave?

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I left Australia because I met an Italian girl that only had a 1 year working visa and fortunately I had UK citizenship so it was easier for me to move to Italy (legally speaking). But I also found the cost of living in Australia was becoming extremely high.


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in my opinion, people have big and sometimes unrealistic dreams - that all their problems will vanish once they migrate to another country. Poor planning and missing the local culture and family (especially in the closely knit societies) cause them to go back.

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I think that a lot of people are having wrong expectations about moving into another country. They believe that everything will be better, easier and that they will be more happy. This is a big mistake for most people because every country has advantage and disadvantages. There will always be problems that have to be solved. Furthermore, happiness and fulfillment does not depend on the place you are in - it is dependet on yourself and your state of mind.

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My husband is planing to leave Australia while he has a well-paid job n a nice house here. I like it here. I don't want to leave . I want to spend my retirement here.


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Why does he want to leave? I want to leave for professional growth. There is none in my field here. But it's so hard to find a job here even non-related and difficult to get a work visa overseas as well.


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My husband thinks he can live like a king in Cambodia after he get more than 500k from selling his house so he build a house over there only 100k n the rest he can enjoy his life . He doesn't know that poor country is not really safe, traffic accident,robbery ....


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If he's from Cambodia, I think that's the reason why he thinks like that. I'm pretty sure third world countries are deemed not safe, robberies, etc and yet a lot of expats live there like kings as you/he said.


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Cjka my husband is Australian original . I am Cambodian.i like living here but my husband likes living in Cambodia.


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