What is wherecani.live?

wherecani.live is a tool to open doors. From the information you give us we will show you which countries may offer residency or citizenship.

How does it work?

We take live immigration data direct from verified government sources and match it to the information you give us using the wherecani.live engine.

How much does it cost?

Absolutely nothing. Not a penny. Nada. Zilch :)


wherecani.live assesses your right to live in countries around the world based on:
  • Your place of birth
  • How much you can invest in a home, property or the destination economy
  • Your parents' and grandparents' citizenship and birth place
  • Your partner’s citizenship and ancestry
  • Your children’s citizenship
  • Cross Country agreements

We’ll give you links directly to official websites of the countries you are eligible for to allow you to get more information from verified sources.

We also love sharing information and views on related topics in our blog.

What are you waiting for?

We take security and privacy very seriously. All traffic to and from our site is encrypted using industry standard TLS / SSL.

The entire site is constantly monitored using McAfee SECURE - at any time you can check the status of the site via the McAfee icon in the bottom right corner of every page.

Our algorithms match your data against verified government criterion to deliver accurate, up to date results.

We have spent thousands of hours analysing immigration regulations and speaking to government officials of 180+ countries before loading them into our wherecani.live engine.

We constantly monitor and update changing immigration regulations to ensure our results are as accurate as possible.

Give it a go today to receive your own personalised report in an easy to read format. Who knows what doors could be opened for you!

We only use official government information and give you links to official websites. We also make sure that we update any information when it changes. We monitor immigration sites and news daily for changes and then update our rules engine as soon as we can.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our information, if you think there are any inaccuracies in your report, please let us know and we’ll clarify the ruling for you or assist you in getting legal advice

We cover 180 plus countries and counting.

Contact us here - we’ll double check the ruling and explain it to you.

Many countries grant citizenship based on jus soli.

This means that if you are born in that country, you are a citizen of that country. In other countries you get your citizenship through your parents (jus sanguinos). This may be why your place of birth is not listed on your report.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

We do our best to make sure our results are accurate. However, if you think a country result isn't correct please let us know. You can give your feedback through this link or directly on the results page. You will see this button next to every result. Just click, fill out the details and we'll review and clarify the ruling for you.

We cover birth, ancestry, partner rights, retirement, annual income and investment categories at present.

Professional, work permit, naturalisation education and others are on the way, stay tuned!

Next to each country result, you will see a 'More Info' button like this . Click on this button to go to the official immigration website for more information on the immigration rule and information on how to apply. Some links will take you to a landing page due to the nature of the websites.

Immigration law is complicated. We have given you the information to understand which ruling may apply to you. If you need assistance to understand the detailed requirements and to start applying for residency or citizenship we recommend you use a certified and reputable immigration lawyer or associated service.

You can use a tool like Google Translate to translate the websites into your language. In the coming months we will also be supporting more languages on our website. Please check back in soon.

We use the word spouse as an umbrella term meaning a life partner. This would include holy matrimony, marriage, civil union, domestic partnership or common-law marriage. The term is gender neutral. (Wikipedia ).

Governments have different views on what constitutes a legally recognised union of two people. This affects your rights and benefits relating to immigration law. For example, jurisdictions differ on recognition of same-sex couples, de-facto relationships and common law marriage.

Due to these complexities we recommend that you investigate the status of your relationship as regards your specific country of enquiry.

Get In Touch

Need more help? We try and respond to all enquiries within 24 hours.

Or you can write to us at:

Where Can I Live Ltd.
71-75 Shelton Street,
Covent Garden,
United Kingdom

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