|1||"Bravery" and Other Myths of Living Abroad||Catherine-- best of luck in France! There are ups and downs of moving abroad of course, but as you say there are plenty of amazing adventures waiting!||2016-02-10 02:12:10|
|2||"Bravery" and Other Myths of Living Abroad||Never said I wasn't privileged... just attributing my travels to more than just luck!||2016-02-10 02:10:59|
|3||"Bravery" and Other Myths of Living Abroad||Elizabeth... thank you for taking the time to write such a thoughtful comment. It's always great to hear that other people are connecting with what I write.||2016-02-06 03:59:01|
|4||10 North American Habits That I Traded In||Hi Rick, thanks for your interest and comment! Congrats to your son... Chile is an amazing place to travel and work. In terms of a visa, it depends on what country he is from. Citizens from the United States, for example, can enter Chile on a tourist visa and stay for three months, and any remaining visa paperwork can be done in Chile while he is here. Again, visa fees change depending on what country he is coming from. Visas are usually issued for one year, and he can stay in the country and travel until his visa ends, even if he is not working. However he can't take another job unless he changes the paperwork for his visa. The extranjeria website is the official government website that has all of the information, and you can check there for more details! (http://www.extranjeria.gob.cl/ingles/permiso_visa_tra.html). Good luck to your son and happy travels!||2015-12-11 19:03:00|
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