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finding work in the islands #4397
09/22/01 07:02 PM
09/22/01 07:02 PM
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mckenna get  Offline OP
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does any body know of any work going on inthe carribean or how to find out about whats going on there

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Re: finding work in the islands #4398
09/25/01 02:38 PM
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I'm not sure about how to find work in the islands, but I know that a lot of the Carribean countries have pretty strict work permit requirements. I understand it can be difficult to get permits, even for citizens of a country of which an island is a former colony (e.g. Britain and Bermuda).

You might want to check this out carefully, though as a U.S. citizen I think you'd be O.K. in Puerto Rico or the U.S. Virgin Islands.


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