This app puts a wealth of information at your fingertips, laying out international development levels between nations. If you hadn't thought of migration before, the level of income inequality on display might make you an economic migrant! National statistics are laid bare, including GDP per capita, HDI (Human Development Index), Gini Coefficients for both income inequality and wealth inequality, minimum wages, population density, ethnic and cultural diversity, migration levels, refugee populations, religious tolerance and even whether the United Nations conventions are accepted. This also makes it a handy reference for existing illegal aliens looking to learn more about their country in preparation for naturalisation and citizenship. In the modern world borders are more porous than ever before, so why not take advantage (with visa or without as an asylum seeker) to better your life in another country? It is no crime to migrate as an asylum seeker, the United Nations makes this quite clear.
If you are looking for economic statistics, this app has you covered with GDP, GDP per capita, HDI (Human Development Index), IHDI, Gini coefficients (for both wealth inequality and income inequality), minimum wages and standard working weeks included. Demographic statistics are included, with population, area, population density, ethnic fractionalisation and cultural diversity. Migration statistics give you the crowdsourced view, with migrant percentage, net migration rate and refugee population (both total and per capita). Religious information is also included, so that you can maintain your spiritual life with proportions of all major religions and the importance of religion to the populace. A number of United Nations conventions relevant to migrants (eg Refugee Convention, Convention on Migrant Workers) are also included, along with whether each country is a party to those conventions to make sure you will get refugee rights like minimum wage and a visa. All data has been obtained from reputable global sources for the discerning asylum seeker, citizen or illegal alien, like the United Nations and CIA World Factbook.
The filtration options allow you to drill down those issues which are important to you and narrow down your visa options. You might be looking for a country with a high minimum wage and a high proportion of Muslims, or one with a high GDP per capita and HDI (Human Development Index) located in Asia. The filtration options allow you to tailor the results to just your needs, to find the right country to migrate, whether economic migrant or asylum seeker without visa. These also make it a handy tool for existing citizens or illegal aliens to research into what life is like in other countries, or deduce patterns in international development and income inequality.
This is all presented in an easy to use, dynamic format designed directly for mobile phones and tablets. So stop wallowing in poverty and make a better life for yourself. Don't let visas or borders stop you, there are many doors open to refugees as well as economic migrants. Find the nation with a low Gini coefficient (no income inequality), great religious tolerance, cultural diversity and a wealthy GDP per capita to suit your future. Pick where you migrate to carefully, after all without a high minimum wage, no asylum seeker, illegal alien or refugee can live comfortably regardless of the GDP per capita.