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Post Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2018 11:01 pm

i was born and live in el salvador but would like to move to another country in the americas with the exception of the u.s. and canada. several countries come to mind. panama, chile, belize, guyana, argentina, paraguay, uruguay, ect... how can i go about getting a feel for each country before actually moving? do i have to know someone in a new country? how can i find out more about the job market? what does someone have to do before trying to things single handedly? i would like to move to any of the countries mentioned but apart from not knowing anyone in those countries, i have to ask myself the following questions. how do i land a job if my future employer eventually will know that im new to the country? can i purchase a home in my new home country? what is the first thing to do when one is moving to a new country and one doesnt know anyone? how can i receive a job offer before even arriving in the new country? if someone wants to do all of this single handedly, what is the firs thing that i have to do in order to immigrate to a new country and not fail? new life, new job, new house, ect.......... can a moving expert please tell me what are the first things that i should do so i wont fail? can anyone or someone please tell me what i should do i plan to do everything pretty much single handedly? anyone, someone? rsvp. thank you.

 

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