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Jess2327 posted Staffordshire Terrier Needs a Forever Home on the Italy forum on December 10, 2014:
Poor pup has been moved around to several military family homes who deploy or get reassigned. He really needs a final home with someone who has time to cure the separation anxiety and protective issues he's developed. He is great with Americans but doesn't seem to like Italians. Would like to find him a forever home with an Expat. if interested please respond to post.
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devreu replied to the thread I have a sponser...now what? on the Italy forum:
teacheronthemove initially posted:
I am here in Padova until January 7 (visitor). I am going to try for citizenship through a great grandparent upon my return. A wonderful friend and his wife agreed to sponsor me for a year while I wait on that to go through. Can I come back on a visa of sponsorship? Has anyone heard of this? They have a good, solid income. I have health insurance. I imagine I cannot work while here though. Not legally. I will not be working for them, they will not be paying me. Thoughts???Thank you in advance! Annalisa
devreu replied on December 10, 2014 with:
Io sono il signor devreu Abdi finanziario di professione e voglia di investire nel cinema e arte italiana, ho messo a disposizione del giovane regista italiano, svizzero, tedesco e altri paesi del mondo finanziamento da individui ha individui andando valori di € 20.000 a € 25.000.000 con un tasso di rimborso del 2% l'anno e con un periodo di rimborso che si desidera. massimo 5 giorni di assunzione. Per ulteriori informazioni contattatemi e-mail: devreu.achil@gmail.com.
devreu replied on December 10, 2014 with:
Io sono il signor devreu Abdi finanziario di professione e voglia di investire nel cinema e arte italiana, ho messo a disposizione del giovane regista italiano, svizzero, tedesco e altri paesi del mondo finanziamento da individui ha individui andando valori di € 20.000 a € 25.000.000 con un tasso di rimborso del 2% l'anno e con un periodo di rimborso che si desidera. massimo 5 giorni di assunzione. Per ulteriori informazioni contattatemi e-mail: devreu.achil@gmail.com.
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donda replied to the thread Monteleone d'Orvieto on the Italy forum:
FlowerFairy initially posted:
Does anyone know anything about what it is like to live in Monteleone d'Orvieto, permanently?
donda replied on December 08, 2014 with:
We are interested in that area as well. We are planning our first trip there sometime after the first of the year. Have you visited there?
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I am planning to return to Trieste for 3 weeks, from December 12 - January 4 and am looking for a short term rental. I've been on Airbnb and HomeAway.com, and thus far, haven't found anything in my price range, or that's available. Wondering if there are other short term rental sites or if you have a specific recommendation to someone you have rented from. Thanks so much. Warmly, Theresa
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donda replied to the thread Italy with kids? on the Italy forum:
oilydadof5 initially posted:
We will be moving with 3 of our kids. Boys, aged 15, 12, & 9. Any advice or direction on being an expat with kids?
donda replied most recently with:
We arrived with a 6th grader and went to an english speaking school for the first year so he could get on his feet with the language. We were much happier with the American School than the International School ..in Milan. Kids get a long really well and will adjust faster than you. :)
marchelive replied most recently with:
We moved here with our 7 yr boy last July. He didn't speak a word of Italian. Not counting nonna :). He also has a disability that requires him to wear plastic leg braces from the knee down. We were concerned about many things. First and foremost was the schools ability to meet his needs. Second, how other kids would react to his disability and his inability to explain. Fourteen months later we are very happy with the school. Also happy with our son's progress. He is now fluent in Italian and has tons of friends. The school hired an english speaking assistant to help him with educational and physical needs. The most helpful thing we did was to identify the school prior to our move and start a dialog over email. We told them we were coming, explained our son's disability, and started the registration process online. We even created a youtube video introducing him. This early communication was key to having everything in place for his first day of school. It helped that we made the move over summer so the school had time to prepare i.e.: hire an assistant.
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ijobx replied to the thread part-time on the Italy forum:
ijobx initially posted:
i am a non-eu citizen who is considering moving to italy on a student visa but i need an answer for this question : how hard is it to find a legal (above board) part-time job in italy when i get there (i can speak fluent italian)? SALVE A TUTTI io sono un cittadino extracomunitario che sta pensando di trasferirsi a Italia con un visto studente, ma ho bisogno di una risposta a questa domanda: quanto è difficile trovare un legale (non occasionale) lavoro a tempo parziale in Italia - -io parlo fluentemente italiano-?
ijobx replied most recently with:
thanks a lot for your help
ijobx replied most recently with:
thanks a lot for your help
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speechteach replied to the thread UPS and FedEx on the Italy forum:
speechteach initially posted:
Does Sicily have UPS or FedEx? Will they ship larger items back to the states? Any restrictions that you know of? Thanks.
speechteach replied most recently with:
Thanks. I really appreciate it.
donda replied most recently with:
We had a FeEx letters come our way twice in the last couple of weeks from the States. They work great. We went to the actual shipping office and it seemed to me that there were larger boxes. They also told us that DHL was closer to us if we preferred to us them. I know this doesn't help a lot. Sorry.
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