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benmul9

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im a 21 year old, fully qualified electrician.

 

I'm looking to move away to work for experience and think it would be good fun. but i don't know where to go, I've been looking at australia, canada and the USA. but could anyone help me in what i need to do regarding visas, accommodation etc..

 

any input would be much appreciated.

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Evans Electric

Theres a good post already on here concerning Australia  Bemul , have a search .  You'll see that Ozzie Sparks are licensed.

 

One of our members is /or has been working in Egypt .

 

Have you considered Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afganistan, Pakistan or Libia   ( Don't )

 

Its not as easy as coming into Britain , who , as we know , allow any bugger in.

 

My neighbour worked on a 3 month permit in the US , he,s experienced in timber framed houses etc although the Yanks thought he was crazy using a hammer to knock nails in  ( Its all nail guns there)     If you overstay the permit you'll be arrested and deported    ( Just like here ....not)   

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Contact the relevant embassies in London?

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steptoe

UAE  base their regs on BS7671,  but you'll prob need your hazchem and more experience to get anything worthwhile there. 

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Murdoch sums it up. There are a lot of countries out there and to list them all would make my fingers hurt.

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Evans Electric

How about Scotland ........  no Part Pee up there  :innocent

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Andy™

How about Scotland ........  no Part Pee up there  :innocent

 

no electric either. its all candle light, smoke signals and 2 cans with a bit string

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