by Linda Smith
My daughter, son-in-law and I are interested in the feasibility of moving to Denmark. We live in the USA. I am on Social Security and have Medicare for my health insurance. I would not be seeking employment, but my daughter and son-in-law would. My daughter has training as a medical assistant; my son-in-law has experience working on automobiles. How difficult would it be for us to move to Denmark and have a decent standard of living?
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