Hello, we are a young family and we are going to move to Poland.
At the moment, we are waiting for the child and we very much want him to be born in a relatively calm country, which is able to give a good education, social benefits, provide rights and perspectives.
However, we do not have money, because we live in a rented apartment and our salaries are basically enough for everything, but soon there will be three of us and it's a little scary to look at what awaits us, because in our country every day it becomes more difficult, prices grow literally every day, and kids demand more attention and costs.
I decided to try this collection for moving, buying a house and saving money "for the first time", for which we can normalize in a new country for us: learn the language (courses, homework), complete all necessary documents, find work and other needs .
In the future, we want to open a small coffee shop in Warsaw to create the income that we need for the time of upbringing and caring for the child. In the future, we will try to open an auto parts store (in the long term).
In Russia, I tried to conduct business in the construction of private houses, but the local level of corruption and crime very quickly made itself felt. Threats and demands began to give a significant part of the income for a certain "roof". The Ministry of Internal Affairs did not help absolutely anything.
As a result, we with my second half work in a network store and try as best we can. We are worried that in the near future, after childbirth, these efforts will not be enough. After all, only half of the salary goes to rental housing, and the rest is enough for food and rare trips to the sea (the benefit of the Baltic Sea is 40 km from us).
Why do we want to go to Poland?
It is practically the center of Europe, bordering on the Kaliningrad region, where we and our parents live at the moment, and our relatives will be close to us, just a few hours drive away.
Work in Poland is in sufficient quantity. To begin with, we found a lot of vacancies, similar to the ones we are currently working on, in the Lidl / Bedronka trade networks and others. They promise a salary of 2,500 - 3,000 zł per hand, which is enough for all necessary expenses, taking into account the Polish prices for food, clothing, services and so on.
In addition to all this, we are planning to organize a channel on Youtube, a blog and pages in social networks for the Russian-speaking population, in which we want to talk about the standard of living in European countries, personal experience, help people in their ambitions of moving, and also send goods "on order".
I apologize for this request, I hope for your understanding.
P.S. We are not against Russia or any other country, but after the news about pregnancy, we are worried about our future prosperity.