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Hi , Recently I've started having a think about what i want to do for my second year of college( and my future and i started looking at moving countries as I've always wanted to .
I'm only 17 at the moment but i want to start trying to plan out how my life could look like in the next few years.
I Know i don't want to live in the UK for the rest of my life and that i want to live closer to one of my 2 friends so i have some support but if i don't then its not a huge deal . I'm also learning Swedish as well as i'm interested in learning their language too.
The real reason i want to move is i want a fresh start due problems I've had and a lost of all my friends in the UK. I'm hoping that id be able to continue with my career plan of becoming a photographer and being Learning new cultures and making Friends and finding where I fit in.
I've done a lot of research i feel but i'm still having trouble figuring out what is the best way to go about it and what country to pick.
If anyone can help or give me some websites or anything i would greatly appreciate it .4 Answers4 weeks ago
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To function as a area where you go swimming? To go to the fitness room? To take your kid to the arcade? To hang about? To get cleaning goods there? What?5 Answers1 month ago
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Philippines.14 Answers2 months ago
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hawaii. beautiful landscape. beaches, great for off grid, great for sustainable living, etc.
i was planning to make the move to hawaii this summer but since the requirement of taking the covid test before flying to america was put in place since biden came into office, i dont know what to do now.
i'm from atlanta and have lived in europe for several years. i wanna leave this place so badly but there are nanobots in those covid tests. i saw it for myself on video. they tampered with the test just like they will do with the microchipped vaccines.
that shiit will go into your brain. i don't trust this plandemic and i dont wanna take the test just to come to america. i'm in a huge dilemma7 Answers2 months ago
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I'm thinking it probably isn't like a desert or a barren waste. Is it something like England, but without the rain? I'm guessing it wouldn't be like London though. Or is it like Africa? Or maybe like Japan? When mystics visited Heaven in visions, what did they say it was like - or did they never think to describe it? Thanks.12 Answers2 months ago
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I am 28 right now, and I remember going to the Marshall Islands and Niue with a friend when I was 20 or 21. Both places in Oceania. Great adventure. The Marshalls is a country and Niue is a territory of NZ.7 Answers5 months ago
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The worlds 200 other countries do not care much what YOU WANT.
BANKS have been exchanging currencies for CENTURIES. Easy process. You sell yours and buy the other one. The money changer takes a commission (Fee) for the trade.
It is up to you to provide reasons this other place MIGHT want you to move in.
A visa application is similar to a job application. You show why YOU are better than the others trying for the same thing.
For example a needed job skill.
Military does have some very useful after service possibilities a country MIGHT need.
A tank mechanic can repair large vehicles. A grenade tosser maybe can pitch baseball.
MOST places expect you to be about age 25 with related education and work experience at a very high level. A BILLION others on the planet want to move too. YOU have to be better than about 90% of the other applicants.
Things like a Masters Degree or PHD helps.
For Young people suggest you explore the world of a work holiday visa. A year or two at some distant place. You work a bit and explore . After your time is up on to the next country. You will not have a pocket full of money but will get lots of time to explore. There are five countries that offer working holiday visas for U.S. citizens: Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, and Ireland.
The days of wandering the planet at will was last century.It can still be done but is not easy.6 Answers7 months ago
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best place to relocate for an American
New Zealand8 Answers8 months ago
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For me, a days worth of clothing and basic things that might be needed (like pencils, laptop).4 Answers8 months ago
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I got MORE then enough 'camping' in the Army !!!10 Answers9 months ago
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I have been working at home for the past 3 months...... I need a vacation that is safe from the virus. any ideas????7 Answers9 months ago
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Which country is easier to relocate to from USA ? Which one gives a better quality of life ?7 Answers9 months ago
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