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Working holiday in Japan, which country I should buy my Insurance from? [on hold]

I am a Canadian, I am going on a Working Holiday in Japan for 1 year, but I don't know should I buy a Travel Insurance in Canada? Or is better to buy the insurance in Japan?
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Visiting US for more then 90 Days for a UK citizen with a Canadian 1 year work permit [duplicate]

I am aware this question has been similarly asked before but I'm still at a loss due to different answers each time. I am a 21 year old UK citizen. I'm in the process of applying for a 12month work ...
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As a German citizen on a working holiday visa in Canada, can I get a new visa waiver for the US after returning to Canada for some time?

I am a German citizen currently in Canada on a working holiday visa valid for 12 months from last year's September. My fiancé lives in the US, and I visited him for one week in February and another 2 ...
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Is UK residency required for a Canadian Working Holiday Visa?

I am an UK citizen by way of my parent. I do not live in the UK but I do have a UK passport and have had one since I was a child (renewed in between). In order to qualify for the "Working Holiday ...
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Will a Canadian working holiday visa be valid on a new passport?

If anyone out there has an idea on this matter. I applied for a canadian working holiday visa back in march and it was granted in april. I plan to leave in nov 2013 time but when i applied for this ...
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Nervous about travelling to Canada [closed]

I want to travel overseas and work in Canada in a ski resort for 6-12 months. But I am a home person and get really nervous when I travel, and the thought of going overseas by my self sometimes takes ...
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Staying on after a working holiday visa in Canada?

A working holiday visa in Canada is generally 1-2 years, depending on the source country. What happens when it ends? Can you: just keep travelling in Canada as a tourist, so long as you stop ...
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90 Day rule on the US Visa Waiver Program not expiring if you go to Canada

I'm on a New Zealand passport. From most US Embassy webpages: The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) enables nationals of certain countries, including Australia, New Zealand, and the U.K., to travel to ...