Job & house hunting overseas-Britain (includes an eBook)
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You will learn how to find a job, where to stay and how to avoid pitfalls in Britain. This great course is based on work with 300 people moving to foreign country, Britain in this case. I have a agency that helps workers from overseas find the job and provides accommodation. We also offer guidance on National Insurance Number and bank account opening. You can all learn it right here without spending your hard earned cash. You will save hundreds of dollars (dollars, euros whichever applies to your home country).
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|Section 1: Before going to foreign country|
Helping understand the process of relocating overseas
Credit card and debit card, check with your bank before traveling. Don't forget to visit a post office, insurance company and you doctor before setting off. Your passport, ID card if apples, and driving license may be out of date, to be safe make sure it is valid for more then 12 months after you enter foreign country.
|Section 2: Before you set off to foreign country|
Finding accommodation may be challenging for some. However, there are ways to make the process simple, cheap and maybe fun too. EasyRoomLetting.com
Don't forget important documents
|Section 3: After your arrival|
National Insurance Number (NIN)
Proof of address
Place to stay
Deposit for your house / room
Types of employment
Few words of warning
National Insurance Numbere (NIN)
|Section 4: Visit Manchester|
Manchester Exchange Square
National Park-short tour
Shopping in Manchester
Hello, my name is Adam Wojnar. I was born on 4th December 1981 in small town of Havirov, the Czech Republic (Central Europe).
I moved to the UK because I always wanted to work and live temporarily in English speaking country. It happens to be 8 years now :-). After I finished my studies in 2004, I moved to Manchester, where I lived almost all the time.
During those years I worked for many companies and did variety of jobs. I have an experience in working as bartender, waiter, cleaner and personal advisor for two major banks in the UK. I gained a lot of experience that is why I founded City Life Manchester Ltd., where we help people to find an accommodation in Manchester.
It is because I like travelling and couldn’t find suitable accommodation near city centres where I could cook a meal and use free wi-fi Internet as well as wash my clothes and all reasonably prised :-).
Now you can visit one of our houses and rent a room, explore Manchester and its amazing shopping malls, nightlife, football games and many many more.
I like travelling, skiing especially in the Alps, reading anything I can lay my hands on regarding mental health and spirit as well as economy and personal finances.
I like to listen to the music. Among my favorite interprets are Jon Bon Jovi, Rihanna, Eminem or Armand Van Buuren (I know it is not a killer combination).