I have an idea of going a year of working holiday in a Nordic country where I understand very little of their language. However the English proficiency there is generally high.
My profession is software development, and my main goal of going working holiday is to learn and train for some sports which require a season of training and are not doable back in my home, most notably ice swimming, while getting a part-time developer job to supplement my travelling cost.
How hard is finding a part-time developer job on working holiday speaking mainly English in a Nordic country? Should I go for it or should I choose an English-speaking country such as Ireland instead?
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I’m from the UK. I recently went on holiday to Copenhagen and didn’t have to use cash at all because I could use my debit card wherever I went. Will it be the same in Sardinia? Do all restaurants and vendors take card payments? Are there ATMs in all towns?
can I apply from there and will it affect my chances?
I can’t apply after I go back home to Sudan because I won’t have enough time
I’d like to clarify some information regarding entry to Mexico as tourist. I would greatly appreciate if you could provide assistance to me.
I hold a Philippine Passport, however I have been living in the UK for years now under Spousal Visa/Leave to Remain (Residence and Work Permitted).
On their site and some forums, confirmed if you have “ANY VALID VISA” from countries like UK, you don’t need Mexican visa. I just not sure if Spousal or Leave to Remain is included?
Would I still need to acquire a Mexican Visa?
Thank you for your response.
I’m currently parking on a public parking space in the Czech republic which is paid during the day (monday to friday), but free on weekends.
Tomorrow is Easter monday, which is a high holiday. Is this day handled like a sunday, and parking is free, or do I need to get a ticket from 7:00 AM?
I’m visiting South Africa on a UK passport and then traveling to Kenya for a short holiday before returning to South Africa to continue my holiday. Is my 90 day Holiday visa valid for the return.
We are wanting to book a holiday to Spain.
My hubby holds a Portuguese passport, and I have a South African passport, but I do have a Family member EU residence permit/card.
Would I need to get a visa?
My friend and I are flying to Florida and next day boarding a Cruise Ship for onward cruise to four islands and then onwards back to the UK. Why do we have to upload our passports. Is this necessary. It is all so complicated. I dont think we will be able to get the forms completed
How do you UPLOAD a passport
I am applying for a working holiday visa subclass 462 to Australia and wanted to know if my past refused entry into Canada could negatively impact it. I was traveling with friends when the border control searched my car, they found marijuana on two of my friend’s. Their passports were flagged for seven years and they were fined, I was not, but we all had to leave Canada.
There is this question from the visa application: Has any applicant ever been removed, deported or excluded from any country (including Australia)?
I answered no because each of these words has a legal definition that did not apply to my specific scenario. They require specific orders from an immigration judge.
Removal order- A removal order is issued when someone is convicted of breaching the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act in Canada. If you have committed a crime or are in Canada fraudulently, you could be issued a removal order. The Canada Border Services Agency is responsible for carrying out removal orders.
Deportation Order- you are permanently barred from returning to Canada and cannot return unless you apply for an ARC. If the CBSA paid for your removal from Canada, you must also repay that cost before you are eligible to return.
Exclusion Order- you cannot return to Canada for one year. If you do wish to return before the 12 months have passed, you must apply for an ARC. If an exclusion order has been issued for misrepresentation, you cannot return to Canada for five years. If the CBSA paid for your removal from Canada, you must repay that cost.
My question is whether it is marked anywhere on my passport that I tried to enter Canada but did not make it in.