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September 04, 2017, 06:35:04 AM
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Hello guys! I need your advices about moving to Canada or Netherlands.

I'm 21 y old girl, studying law and working distantly (bounty manager).

Can anybody tell me in which way can i move?
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September 04, 2017, 06:50:10 AM
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Hello guys! I need your advices about moving to Canada or Netherlands.

I'm 21 y old girl, studying law and working distantly (bounty manager).

Can anybody tell me in which way can i move?
I see the Netherlands more than Canada, I advise you to move to the Netherlands only

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September 04, 2017, 06:53:08 AM
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Hello guys! I need your advices about moving to Canada or Netherlands.

I'm 21 y old girl, studying law and working distantly (bounty manager).

Can anybody tell me in which way can i move?

Move to Canada! haha  OUr waters great, our men (mostly) work hard, and our land is beautiful! Cheesy
The government is also very Fintech friendly, and BTC itself is classified as an "intangible" , which is GREAT tax and property wise
Canada has great social systems, a decent education system, Vitalik (etherman) grew up in Canada & went to a Canadian University! ;p
Anyways, best of luck choosing, eh?

 











 











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September 04, 2017, 07:18:25 AM
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Thank you guys  Grin
I know how much this two countries are beautiful.

But I want to know if you have a real case for moving.

What should i do and etc.



P.S. I prefer Canada more Smiley
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September 04, 2017, 07:32:40 AM
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The problem is that I don't have a diploma for now (need to study for next 2 years) and full-time "real" job.

I have an info, that Canada doesn't take such people  Cry
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But I really want to moved from Russia during 1-1.5 years
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November 13, 2017, 02:50:34 PM
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Does anyone can help with advice?
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November 13, 2017, 03:08:16 PM
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Hello guys! I need your advices about moving to Canada or Netherlands.

I'm 21 y old girl, studying law and working distantly (bounty manager).

Can anybody tell me in which way can i move?


If I may ask, what county are you from? That might be a factor (although I am not an expert in immigration law).


Some countries have immigration lotteries and also, as a student, you can probably go anywhere you want - as long as you have the money for the university.


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November 13, 2017, 03:15:45 PM
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Depends on what country you are from. There are different rules of immigration depending on both the country of origin and destination.

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November 13, 2017, 03:21:05 PM
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Depends on what country you are from. There are different rules of immigration depending on both the country of origin and destination.

Russia


I'm 21 y old girl from Russia
Never married haha

Working 1,5 years on crypto projects as community manager
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November 13, 2017, 03:23:45 PM
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Hello guys! I need your advices about moving to Canada or Netherlands.

I'm 21 y old girl, studying law and working distantly (bounty manager).

Can anybody tell me in which way can i move?


If I may ask, what county are you from? That might be a factor (although I am not an expert in immigration law).


Some countries have immigration lotteries and also, as a student, you can probably go anywhere you want - as long as you have the money for the university.




Russia, i told Smiley

I have money for studying, but its not i want


The main question is how find a good work, so i can get an offer


Cause i think - without a job offer I have no chance   
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November 13, 2017, 03:25:28 PM
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Depends on what country you are from. There are different rules of immigration depending on both the country of origin and destination.

Russia


I'm 21 y old girl from Russia
Never married haha

Working 1,5 years on crypto projects as community manager
You need to be employed for at least one year to migrate to Canada or alternatively marry a Canadian. I don't think that self-employment (e.g. community manager) works for moving to Canada. They won't even take people with Master degrees in unless they worked for at least one year in academia or in the industry. They are very strict because of the free national health care system.

I'm not sure about the Netherlands though.

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