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Post by ssjparris » July 23rd, 2012, 8:23 am

eurobrat wrote:
polya wrote:
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eurobrat wrote: I plan on spending a couple of years abroad teaching so this won't affect me.
I think plans can change - are you over 28 years? If so you'll have a lot of paperwork to file to get working visas. You might not like your new city/country & want to leave, have you got enough money to live on? Do you know how to answer immigration questions (e.g. do you have tickets home -> YES; Do you have criminal convictions? -> NO....)
Why 28?
Because we're talking about an american man going to the EU. He needs a working visa & age is critical. If he's an EU citizen, he can just go without a visa, but he's not. You guys are going to HAVE TO research visas and the VERY STRICT requirements or you'll land in a heap of trouble overseas.
Dude I have a f***ing passport. A full blown passport, I spent $8k on getting my Italian passport but unlike most most guys they don't have jack shit. And no I don't speak Italian.

Go ahead and put me in the same boat as them :D

Have you ever seen a picture of me, every time I'm in Italy people are coming up to me asking me for something.

And no I don't look like an Italian taxi cab driver.
damn dude...why so much money man for a passport. i did hear you can straight out buy foreign passports. but this was usually reserved for the rich. please share details on how and why you paid $8,000 for an italian passort.

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Post by polya » July 23rd, 2012, 11:08 am

ssjparris wrote:
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No, he certainly never "brought" an Italian Passport for that tiny price - LOL! He would have had a parent/Grandparent born in Italy (or he was) and the $8,000 would have covered all the translations, apostiles, papers, etc to get the paperwork/red tape for the passport.
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Post by eurobrat » July 23rd, 2012, 2:03 pm

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Post by Renata » July 23rd, 2012, 5:01 pm

eurobrat wrote: I wanted to start out in Eastern/Western Europe and make my way East. But in reality it will be wherever I can find the best paying TEFL job.
that will be the Middle East eurobrat like UAE, Saudi, Oman. The UK & Canada pay real good too. I'm in Turkey & the salary range here is 1500-2500 usd/month, plus airfare & accommodation. I have to pay my own bills & food is real cheap if you cook mostly. Don't worry about work permits & immigration at all. If a school wants you they'll pay for all immigration costs. Americans & Brits are who most foreign countries want as ESL teachers. I always have to prove my worth as an ESL teacher due to my accent, my look & nationality. I tend to find the best job offers on here
Take care & good luck man, a world awaits 8)

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Post by djfourmoney » July 24th, 2012, 6:23 am

I am not interested in seeing half naked women, I can see that here, Adult Con is his weekend, big whoop.

I opt for Winter travel because its cheaper. Where I'll be looking for "p***y" is INDOORS, not OUTDOORS.

The bars and nightclubs will still be packed despite the weather, who cares. Do people stop going out in NYC because its near zero? No they bundle up and walk quickly...

I could pay extra, but that would mean delaying it to next Spring, I am tried of waiting. I have waited too long already, its time to get this shit done, I live in Southern California, a few weeks or a month or so of shitty cold weather won't bother me, I can always come home.

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