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Europe's a big place, so I'm generalizing with a wide brush here, but if you work illegally, you're likely to get exploited, the chances of getting busted are high, and the consequences are severe. First, if you're working illegally, you have no rights. You can get paid less than minimum wage, not be paid what you were promised, be made to work illegal ...


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I lived in Vancouver for a year, and friends/flatmates who had residence permits and visas had to do a similar thing to activate them. They didn't even have to go to the US - they merely 'exited' Canada at the Canadian border in BC, and then entered back in a minute later. Last time, they literally did it after work. Drove to border, got it stamped etc, ...


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The only requirement is that you leave Canada and re-enter. I did this myself for a Permanent Residence visa and I literally crossed over the Rainbow Bridge to the US, and turned round and came straight back. It's not a problem. (The conversation with the US immigration official was interesting. "What is your purpose in coming to the US? "To leave." "How ...


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You are free to search for a job in the Middle East on a tourist non-employment visa. However, you cannot be employed on that visa. This is highly illegal and there are serious repercussions for both you and your employer. If you are on a visit visa and you happen to be offered employment, you have to leave the country and come back on a suitable visa in ...


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It is a gray area, and to get a definitive answer, you will have to send a complete list of equipment and shooting sites to a Guatemalan lawyer. Most landscape photographers I know travel around on tourist visa, although this is not completely legal. But they were never caught, mainly because they won't carry that much equipment, since artificial lighting ...


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To answer parts 2 & 3, your passport, visa application and supporting documents must be delivered by hand to the Chinese Embassy or Consulate covering the area you reside it. You don't have to physically do this, you can have a visa agency handle the physical aspects. I have used China Visa Service Center ( http://www.mychinavisa.com/ ) in the past for ...



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