I've lived in the UK for most of my life and seen much of Western Europe, which due to the European Union with its harmonised laws, business, and lifestyles, is pretty much the same all over. My wife and I have considered relocating to America with our kids for a couple years to see something different, but our only experience of America has been two summers in Arizona with weekend trips to Vegas. So would you recommend America as a good place to bring up a middle class family and if so where?
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Thanks for the mention Carl, even if my awareness campaign has caused you pain!
DH, if you want variety and change with a pleasing lifestyle, head to Asia!
I would think America will soon be in dire states, rather more dire than it currently is.
Ooh that's a black picture lonestar, but I appreciate and value your comments.
My two summers in Arizona were spent hot climate vehicle testing for Ford and based out of Lake Havasu City. That was 15 years ago. I miss it all now.
You are right. People see what they see on Hollywood and think that America is like that, but it only reflects 5% of the population. The rest of us definitely don't live like that.
Assuming that all necessary paperwork was in order and all that. I have family in Australia and I'm told it is now horrendously expensive compared to Europe.
No. Brits cannot go live in the USA so easily. In fact, no one can. We live in a day and age where westerners are extremely xenophobic and want to blame foreigners for everything gone wrong. The result is strict immigration laws.