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Post Posted: Sun Jun 24, 2018 10:28 pm

if someone was born in costa rica but one day wanted to move to a different part of the world where they knew no one let alone much less had a job when they landed in a new country like lets say chile, argentina, guyana, panama, belize, papua new guinea, ect.... lets assume at this point but only assuming of course that they did know someone like a spouse that they just married and that their spouse was sponsoring them so they could arrive at buenos aires, argentina, how would they go about finding a job then? how does a foreigner secure a job in a country that theyve never been to? how can a person pull off such a feat single handedly? i know that this sounds overwhelming but i only ask because a friend of mine who is from costa rica would like to move to another country to start a new life but doesnt know how to do so when he has never been to another country let alone much less land a job in that new country! how can someone be able to find a job in a new country? he plans on marrying this lady from argentina but doesnt have a job when he arrives in argentina! can someone/anyone make any suggestions how he should go about landing a job when he arrives in buenos aires, argentina? how can a person even planning things ahead of time arrive in a new country with a job to go to? can this be done pretty much single handedly? can someone help us out? rsvp. thank you.


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