|Date:||Fri, 22 Sep 2006 20:49:33 -0700|
Thanks for sharing that and have fun working in the EU with your new British passport! Also, the way in which one even qualifies for citizenship differs from country to country. Two weeks later I received my new British passport as well as my US passport in the mail.
but really, if youre only two modules short of graduating, finish your degree.
Sounds like youve spent some time in at least two necks of the woods from my own history as well. All of Ozs major unis offer BAs off campus and some offer a BEd as well!
Teachers would all have free housing at the home base. I think NOLA is Americas most European city.
Second, Ill address the item that I quoted from your post:
ESL instructors would double as crew for the boat, keeping costs low.
Thanks for sharing that and have fun working in the EU with your new British passport!
It has only been in the last few years that I had heard that it was allowed. It wouldnt be super, but it would definitely be better than the vast majority of ESL jobs. If you dont finish it now, youll just have to go back and finish it later. But when theyre in home port theyd be off, completely off. Id also appreciate any input from anyone out there.
I completed the application form for a British passport and, while in Washington, D.
I think NOLA is Americas most European city. Teachers would all have free housing at the home base.
Easy setup for crusing along the Caribbean and gulf coasts of Mexico.
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