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it will be really dificult with your area of expertise, to find someone willing to hire you (especially beacuse you seem very young) while is true there are people hiring that requieres travelling they usually ask for some one with a lot of experiece. (if you are going to pay someone travel expenses it must be worth it!), also have in mind that if you are a ...


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Have you heard of PT? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perpetual_traveler Who says you can't work online for your home country while on a 90 days visa free stay in Chile, Brazil, etc? The whole point concerns tax. AS you already pay tax in your home country and do not stay more that 180 days a year in one country, you are considered not resident for tax ...


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I'll answer specifically for the UK, implicitly for the EEA because there are intersecting regulations... To begin, note that the 'crux' of the rule is carefully worded to reduce any chance for ambiguity: "...does not intend to produce goods or provide services within the United Kingdom...". This covers almost every type of 'work situation' that can arise ...


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Copying a relevant answer over from Is it permitted to look for a job while visiting the US under the Visa Waiver Program?: Yes. From the US Embassy in Australia's website: Question: Can I travel to the United States on the Visa Waiver Program to find a job or attend interviews and then apply for the E-3 visa once I return to Australia? Answer: ...


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As we speak I am sitting in LAX waiting to return to Melbourne as my partner was denied entry today (and has been held in immigration for 15 hours and basically treated like a common criminal) because she declared she would be "looking" for work whilst in the USA on an ESTA. We took advise from the USA Embassy website which said that you can look for work on ...



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