Bulgaria, which joined the EU in January, has one of the lowest costs of living in Europe.
When converted to the local currency, the lev, £230 goes a long way.
Immigration minister Damian Green said: ‘The new Government is determined to reduce net migration to the tens of thousands per year.
‘We have already introduced an interim cap on non-EU economic migrants and introduced English language requirements for spouse and partner visas.
These controls – imposed after ministers so badly misjudged the number of Eastern Europeans who would arrive from Poland, and the seven other ex-Communist countries which joined the EU in 2004 – last until 2011.
Under EU rules, they can be extended for another two years – a decision ministers are almost certain to approve.
Nationality minister Bozhidar Dimitrov says the new citizens – currently in the Ukraine and Moldova – would be free to come and live in Bulgaria.
Depfile.com: 25GB per day View full list here : Click here @3.49$/week The scene opens on Amy, a 20-year-old college sophomore, (Aubrey Sinclair) as she sits crying in the front seat of her car.
Her vehicle has been loaded up with boxes and clothes and an eviction notice rests atop a notebook on the passenger seat.
There is only one rental left - a private room in a house.
Since the place is close by, she decides to skip a call and go directly there.
A restaurant meal costs less than £6, and it can be washed down with a litre of beer for 35p or a bottle of wine for £3.50.