Bengaluru is the second least expensive city to relocate in terms of living expenses for the first month, following Egyptian capital Cairo, says a report.
In the overall list, the Indian city was ranked 79th.
On the other hand, Dubai emerged as the most expensive city to relocate as the total first month living expense stood at USD 4,251.68, followed by Auckland (USD 4,002.76) and San Francisco (USD 3,768.68).
To calculate the cost of relocating to each place, Nestpick researched the potential immigration factors like a possible visa fee, and the visa processing time. The living costs for the first month were calculated, covering rent prices, internet cost, phone service, food and drink expenses and any public transport costs.
"The cost of living is often a huge factor for those looking to move, with the initial month almost always incurring extra costs due to potential visa applications," said Omer Kucukdere, Managing Director of Nestpick.
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