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I want to move to Europe in my future, how can I do this?

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Hi, I am a 14 year old Grade 9 student living in Ontario, Canada and I really want to move to Europe when I grow up. My parents are from European descent (German/Austrian) and I have been to places such as Iceland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, England, Serbia, and Romania. I really love Europe and I am going back this summer to stay with my aunt for a few weeks in Austria. I do not know if this site was the best place to get advice but I may as well try somewhere.

Anyways, in my future I really want to live in Europe and my parents tell me Europe has different immigration laws than Canada and I was wondering, what can I do that can increase my chances of living in Europe? (Living in Englad or Germany/Austria)

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