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By Nathanael-I | on 28 December 2018
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Although it can be good that some Diaspora members return back home or relocate to their country of origin, it may be bad for others particularly, if they are not well prepared. Therefore, no matter if you succeeded or failed abroad, it is important you consider certain critical points before moving back home.

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Although it can be good that some Diaspora members return back home or relocate to their country of origin, it may be bad for others particularly, if they are not well prepared. Therefore, no matter if you succeeded or failed abroad, it is important you consider certain critical points before moving back home.

• Are you contemplating to return to your country of origin, but you realized that no organized structure exists to facilitate your move?

• Are you trying to return back home but you don’t know whom to talk to and how to return to your home country to be ensured you can have a decent life there?

• Do you know that many people returned to their home country but have failed there due to a lack of programs to help them integrate into a new environment? Are you one of those?

• Do you know that numerous agencies assist people in planning their travels, but very few specialize in helping Diaspora members return to their home country even if it is for a short stay to contribute to their nation’s development?

• Are you eager to know and scrutinize the opportunities that your country of origin has for its Diasporas, so that you can match your expectations with what is available in your home country, to decide whether it is worth going back home or not?

• Rain or Shine, do you want to go back to your home country, but just need a little help?

• Are you looking for someone or an institution involved in migration, traveling, or development to facilitate a dialog between you and your country of origin to see how you may help harness opportunities that can assist anyone in the transition of going back home?

• Did you study while you were abroad at a very high cost (e.g. student loan, cost of living abroad), and after graduation, you would like to return back to your country, but unfortunately, you feel like you can’t afford it, because the salary you will make in your home country cannot allow you to pay your debt and have a decent life?

• Do you feel like, if you return back home, you will likely not find the tools and resources to practice what you have learned?

• Do you think that if someone (e.g. government, nonprofit) can assist you in paying off that debt and having a decent job, you would love to return back to your country of origin?

If you said yes to any of the questions mentioned above, DiasporaEngager may help you. If you already have an account with DiasporaEngager, please log in https://diasporaengager.com/login, and go to the menu “Post Need/Offers” to post your needs.

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Strategies and Advice to Diaspora Wanting to Return to their Home Country After Moving Abroad

 Credit: DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) , 23 July 2018

Author: Nathanael-I
Publication date: 28 December 2018

Strategies and Advice to Diaspora Wanting to Return to their Home Country After Moving Abroad
Credit: DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) , 28 December 2018
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