How do I move to a different country?

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  1. epicelite
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    Say I wanted to move to a different country, what all would I need to do? Passport?
     
  2. Holaitsme

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    1000gb's of ram.
     
  3. Banger

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    A bit of money and knowing someone who is a drug runner.
     
  4. Diablo1123

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    Thats almost a terabyte of ram!
     
  5. silent sniper

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    learn the countries language
    get a passport
    make sure you have transportation
    contact the countries immigration services
    make sure you pick out some temporary (or permanent) lodging before you move there.


    don't i just kill the joke =D
     
  6. epicelite
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    What joke, it made no sense!
     
  7. CockroachMan

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    That depends on the country actually [​IMG]


    edit: And btw, this is the "General Off-Topic Chat" forum, not the Testing Area.. keep the jokes there..
     
  8. BiscuitBee

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    Hey, what country are you planning on moving to? ...could it be Canada? [​IMG]

    Come to Canada on a visitor's Visa, get married. That's it, you can stay in Canada and apply for permanent residence and then Canadian citizenship!

    From there you'll be able to get a friendly Canadian passport... which I've never got the chance to use for a customs fastlane yet [​IMG]
     
  9. dice

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    this aint the damn testing area, post something useful or GTFO.

    Well what I do know is that it can be very stressful and requires a lot of planning (as silent sniper said really) if you want to avoid as many issues as possible. Personally I don't see a gaming site as the place to ask such questions so check other sites such as immigration forums especially those relating to the country you wish to move to etc.
     
  10. javad

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    i agree with dice
     
  11. epicelite
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    Who me? I thought this was a good topic.

    Also I was thinking Australia cus it appears to be warm there year-round, but they have to pay doubble for videogames and their ISP's suck.
     
  12. UltraMagnus

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    it depends on the country, and if you have any degrees etc.

    japan is the worst apparently.

    australia and NZ it depends really if you have qualifications they want.

    canada is probably easier than most.

    not sure about the US

    yeah, I have been looking into this myself....