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Discuss international visas, immigration and citizenship issues.
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there are kind of like 5 main countries i consider when thinking about expats in SEA
cambodia clearly has to be the easiest, their visa is lol'ably easy and not even an issue
next comes the philippines, not quite as easy as cambodia, but a piece of cake
vietnam is kind of in its own group as it always changes, it isn't as easy as phils and is up in the air
then you get to the two pain in the ass visas of thailand and indonesia
surprisingly indonesia might actually be worse than thailand
thats the cliffs version, for a more detailed write up on each click http://guysnightlife.com/visas-in-Southeast-Asia
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