Daniel De Biasi is an electrician by trade and worked as a telecommunication and audiovisual technician for the last 15 years. Leaving Italy was the best decision he ever made, he now wants to help others make the same "big step" through Emigrant's Life Podcast.
Luis and I used to work together. I remember being fascinated by his story. What attracted me was the fact that he was running a successful company in his country. He was then working with me as a trade assistant on a minimum wage. What does bring a person to make a downgrade in their career like that? He must have had a pretty good reason.Luis is originally from Brazil. Graduated as a business administrator and civil engineer, Luiz, and his business partner opened some computer stores. A few years later, he decided to leave retails to move to construction. He then started his construction company, and it was doing well.The World Cup in 2014 brought a lot of corruption in the construction sector. He got to the point where he couldn’t live any longer with the crime and corruption of the country he was born. He wouldn’t go to work on Fridays for fear of being robbed and hurt. Friday in Brazil is payday, and people in construction get paid cash.After going to New Zealand on holiday a few years earlier, he realized how beautiful and safe it was. In 2015 he decided to leave Brazil, and he moved to New Zealand a year after.At this point, he had a wife and A 2 years old son. His only chance to move to New Zealand was a student visa that allowed him to work for 20 hours per week. He took the opportunity and moved there first to find a job and a place to live before his family joined him 20 days later.He managed to find a house, and his neighbor happened to be the HR of a telecommunication company. Thanks to his neighbors, he managed to get a job and apply to a work permit. 👉 SHOW NOTES 👈Listen to the podcastYou can listen and subscribe to this show on Apple Podcast, Deezer, Stitcher, Google Play, Google Podcast, Spotify, YouTube, and Radio Public.Be on the showIf you want to be on this show, you can visit emigrantslife.com/yourstorySupport the podcastThe best way to support the show is to give us a review on Podchaser or on your favorite podcast app; it's free and it will help the show growing and reach more people.Thanks for listening!Daniel De BiasiSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/emigrantslifepodcast)
From Vancouver, Canada to Las Vegas, USA. Traveling, meeting the love of your life, and if he or she is from a different country, then you have to decide where to live. Lisa and her husband Mason were planning to move to Hawaii, but their plans changed when Mason was deported from Canada for overstaying. He had to move back to the US, and she joined him six months later once her visa was processed. They now live in Las Vegas, where they got married by Elvis.WHAT WE TALKED ABOUT IN THIS EPISODEFiancé visa for the USWeddings in VegasWorking on the Cayman IslandsLINKS WE DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODEVisa Pro Immigration servicesYou can listen and subscribe to this show on Apple Podcast, Deezer, Stitcher, Google Play, Google Podcast, Spotify, Soundcloud, YouTube, and Radio Public.If you want to be on this show, you can visit emigrantslife.com/yourstoryThanks for listening.Daniel De BiasiSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/emigrantslifepodcast)
In this episode, my guest Jess is sharing her story on how she left her country to travel and work in multiple states. She explains how she found jobs before moving to the new country and what websites she uses.Jess is originally from Wales, UK. She left her country when she was 25 to go traveling and explore different countries. Jess found a job online as an English teacher in China and already had a job and a place to stay when she landed. A year before moving to China, she went to work in a summer camp in Seattle, US. After coming came back for that experience, she wanted to keep traveling. She used every opportunity and time off work to travel around Europe, where flights can be very cheap.When she moved to China, she had a plan-b in case she didn't like it. Her plan-b was a visa for Australia. She ended up loving China, but at the end of her visa to work as a teacher, she moved to Australia, where she worked and traveled for a year before moving to Canada.She already had a job lined up in Nova Scotia, Canada, to work in a resort, but because of the covid, the job offer fell through, and her plan changed. She now lives in Vancouver, Canada.WHAT WE TALKED ABOUT IN THIS EPISODETraveling with a low budgetCheap flights around EuropeFinding a job overseasHostels vs. AU PairingPros and Cons about staying in a hostelVisa process to get to CanadaBecoming a teacherThe emigrants' superpowerLINKS WE DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODEAU PairSTA TravelJess's InstagramYou can listen and subscribe to this show on Apple Podcast, Deezer, Stitcher, Google Play, Google Podcast, Spotify, Soundcloud, YouTube, and Radio Public.If you want to be on this show, you can email me at stories@emigrantslife.com or visit emigrantslife.comThanks for listening.Daniel De BiasiSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/emigrantslifepodcast)
This is part two of the conversation with Kate and Reggie. Check out the previous episode if you haven't done it already.In this episode, we dive deeper into China and its hidden beauty, and also how they get their visa and managed to stay. Getting a work permit in China is not as easy as it used to be, and becoming a citizen, well nearly impossible.Do you know the messaging app WeChat? Well, in China is way more than just a WhatsApp type of app. Reggie and Kate will tell us what they use it for in their everyday life.For people who are not familiar with Chinese culture, this episode will be mind-blowing.WHAT WE TALKED ABOUT IN THIS EPISODELandscape and cultural variety through chinaHow to get a visa in chinaWeChat and personal dataCan you become a citizen of China?LINKS WE DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODEWeChat - Apple Store | Google PlayAliPayHOW TO GET IN TOUCH WITH THEMKate and Reggie websiteKate and Reggie InstagramKate and Reggie YouTube ChannelYou can listen and subscribe to this show on Apple Podcast, Deezer, Stitcher, Google Play, Google Podcast, Spotify, Soundcloud, YouTube, and Radio Public.If you want to be on this show, you can email me at stories@emigrantslife.com or click here.Thanks for listening.Daniel De BiasiSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/emigrantslifepodcast)
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Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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12
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
8 hours, 51 minutes
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