Hi Ray, A sim card for your phone will only cost 7 dollars and you get the same in credit, so it is free really. I would gladly meet you at some poin. I have a web site full of information about Moldova, but I don''t think they will let me post it here. My personal email is [email protected] write to me and I will give you the address.
I am a foreigner from Sweden who have bought an agricultural land in Moldova through a friend, but it is in a local persons name! I have come across that the friend is untrusthful and I need to get the land (if possible) over to my name! Can I as a foreigner get the land into my name? Is it possible to get the land privatized and then into my name? I have no idea and 6 months have passed!!
The best way to do this is with an add in the paper or maybe I know someone reliable, I will think. for more information email me on [email protected] I will then also give you my website details. Keep in touch. OH are you an English Director as Pete Postlethwaite is a friend of mine? Regards Richard.
Im From Birmingham but have been living in Uzbekistan for 3 years.Im now thinking of moving to Moldova.I will like to rent basic one room apt ( normal style ) and any other advice would be of great help.also im driving my car from the UK
Hi my name is Helen, I am a British citizen married to a Moldavian and am currently living in MD. I am urgently looking for work in MD and was hoping you may have some ideas which may help me. I speak fluent English and have a good knowledge of Romanian however still learning. I would be an excellent hostess for business bringing British people to MD and i am a friendly face. I am also qualified to teach English as a foreign language. Any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks so much !
we are consideing a permanent move to Moldova. we are in the UK and we have just had it here. we seek a home a wee bit of land to grow things maybe and anilmal or two. we are also considering a bed and breakfast as a business. we wish to make a permanent move to ?? and a complete break with the UK. what do we need whatis your advice and how friendly would moldova be to my family.. need info on schools med insurance basically everything for a family.
The main problem is getting residency I will have to check on that but feel free to email me on [email protected] there is an international school here but very very expensive. the insurance and that is no problem.
My reasons for asking are much to do with , a lover cost of living as you know the UK is in terrible trouble, no jobs and no pay high tax and crippling corrupt out of touch politicians. what we seek is in case the looming colapse happens is a place to live and possibly run a business (say a B&B) example only. love to raise a few crops possibly a cow or pig etc.. do not want to live in a city. more rual style life. .. it sounds like moldova is just not for us. as i said this is just a fishing trip so to speak as we seek basic info just in case we need to get out, as it appears we will.
Hello All. I plan to move to Moldova in order to marry a woman whom I have met. But before I move I take a vacation trip to Moldova, first before I decide. I need the true facts about how much money I need a month to maintain a normal good life in Moldova. We are 3 maybe 4 soon and I have to know how many USD it will cost about a month to live in Moldova. I have my income from Internet businesses. What do you think it will cost in U.S. dollars but food, school, health insurance, car and everything else a family needs each month. Please help me figure this out.
Hey richy, my name is moritz and i'm a german student that is currently living in Chisinau as part of an exchange programm. Me and my austrian buddy will stay in Chisinau untill the middle of december. I was wondering if you are able to make connection for us with some young people/students that can speak english or german. maybe u know somebody who is interested in just going for a beer or o to get to know somebody. Thank you so far Greetings Moritz
My wife is from Maldova and we in the process of moving back to her country to have a baby. The reason why we are doing this is becuase it would be cheaper on medical expenses and this would also allow us to save money for a possible early retirement or to come back to the US. Any ways I just wanted to know what documents would the US embassy in Moldova need if we wanted to bring the baby back to the U.S.
Hello, i have been in living in the northern Europe for 5 years and i am back in Moldova now, i kind of know that it is sometimes difficult to get into everything around in a new place, if someone needs help i can probably give some advises.
Hello Actually in Chisinau, the capital of Moldova there is a company who helps foreigners make the first steps in business or move to live here. They have many great consierge services. Check them out: vipservices.md Good luck
Hi Richy, my name is JOHNNY and I'm from Glasgow, I have commercial interest in Moldova and your help with some basic information would be a great help to me, so I'll Email you soon. Your help will be appreciated.
Hi Richy, I recently got married to my Moldovan Lady and want to live with her in Moldova(I am English and have taken early retirement), she has an apartment, my pension is equivalent to a good wage in Moldova. We married in Cyprus, EU and commonwealth country, There seems to be very much confusion on what documents I need,what requires a apostille etc etc. I have my birth, divorce, marriage certificate and police non criminal report. I would very much appreciate any advise you can offer,
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