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South americans neighbours

Hi friends, I have been away a bit of the flashlight world because a lot of work and high dollar currency……

So I need some help here, I’m planning to move my life to another country (no need to worry, I ONLY go on legally mode Innocent ) and I want to hear about all of the country, state and city, work market at all.

I already have citizenship in Uruguay and Equator, and I visited them but I dont get vital information of work oportunities and general opinion of who lives that. I liked alot of Uruguay, but the price of food and fuel is a problem. In Equator I only had a little experience, I dont had the oportunity to travel with my car like I did in Uruguay. In Equator the price of food is lower and the fuel…… almost free Big Smile but I got the impression the work oportunities is low Sad

I’m interested on Argentina, Chile and Paraguay, someone here lives there?

Informations of Uruguay, Equator and Panama are great too and if someone are not fell comfy to tell here, please, send a pm Thumbs Up

Thanks alot

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Hey Franz, long time no see. 
Unfortunately I can't really help. but just wanted to wish you all the best with the decisions etc.

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Come to Australia! Thumbs Up

Got a family from Argentina moved in next door around 18months ago. They love it!

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Hi Chibim, good to see you here and thanks for the good wishes Thumbs Up

Sillen, I tried to contact the consulship here but had no satifying return, it seems like they want to limit the amount of emigration and unfortunately the number of people asking for the permission is huge. Do you know another way to get the documentations before to travel to Australia?

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No, my dad married an aussie. Thats how I got here from Sweden in the 80s

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I think in South America Argentina and Brazilia are economically more developed and stable with a pretty decent healthcare and job oportunities..still I’d love to live in countries like Peru or Columbia, I just adore their culture and way of thinking

best of luck,

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If you don't mind Winters, Canada has a severe workforce shortage and it's getting worse by the day as so many people are retiring.  If you don't like really cold weather, southern BC has pretty mild Winters.

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Hi guys, sorry by the very late reply I’ve been tired enough those last 2 weeks Sad

So, I worked in many areas like mechanic diesel and otto cars, air conditionig, IT/TI (my main and current work)…

Canada is a very good option but I cant found a way to get the documentation here in brazil unfortunately Crying

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klrman wrote:

If you don’t mind Winters, Canada has a severe workforce shortage and it’s getting worse by the day as so many people are retiring.


Man, sounds like a place I’d love to stay in for a while. Ain’t about to leave my country though.

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Jack Kellar wrote:
klrman wrote:

If you don't mind Winters, Canada has a severe workforce shortage and it's getting worse by the day as so many people are retiring.

Man, sounds like a place I'd love to stay in for a while. Ain't about to leave my country though.

 

Canada is making it easy for foreigners to work here and easy for Canadian companies to hire them so that they can stay permanently in Canada.  Our work shortage is real and growing.  Just in my small town alone there are work wanted signs on every block.  I've never seen it so bad.  It was predicted long ago that this would happen as we have an old work force.  Right now, they have increased immigration to try and solve the problem, but it's not that easy.  I'm retired but amongst other skills I do all types of construction including framing, roofing, foundations and so on and have been called constantly to do work, but I worked hard all my life and feel very happy just collecting flashlights at the moment 

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Your employment opportunities could soon expand in Uruguay!
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As history repeats…..
taking into consideration current contortions in the social fabric where we live,
the question could be,
is Uruguay prepared for the next wave of Caravans from Brazil ?

Is Mother Nature impressed by opinions/+vice versa?