-es el unico pais en el mundo que los militares y miembros de las FFAA reciben el hasta cuatro veces mas que el sueldo minimo existente en el pais, es mas un militar jubilado gana mas que uno en servicio activo. en comparacion a un ciudadano ello nesecitan aprox 23 años de servicio para…
you're 26 ?? dammmn, i thought i could only find childish 13 years old girls on tumblr ! you're a guy, right ? what do you do for a living ?
indeed, they are willing to welcome foreigners here in Quebec, but you have to be exactly what they need (they check if you've had troubles with the police in your country, if you have the right diplomas and if they lack of workers in your 'category' of work (sorry for my bad english). also, it's a big plus for you if you speak french because Quebec is trying to keep safe his culture and the french language is a big part of it. a lot of people don't understand english here. it may be easier for you to apply for a visa in the english speaking part of Canada instead of Quebec. otherwise you could start with a temporary visa, you just have to be under 30. i came with that (WorkingHolidayVisa, or PermisVacancesTravail) and it lasts 1 year. it exists also for Australia (i've used it in 2008), New-Zealand or Japan.
But a fresh start in another country is DEFINITELY a great idea ! :)
i can give you some advices/tricks if you need, about travelling around cheaply, if you need.
sure thing! i need that kind of advice, Argentine is the only country where i have been beside Chile, and i travel there by land… and yes am a dude, and i work mostly as a freelance with computers and network, satellite comunication’s stuff in business and office, right now am working with an University and a Military Institute here in the Capital.