We've been talking about it recently, but not too sure about jobs out there. I've got specialist and technical skills and a raft of qualifications (both vocational and academic) and if we do go, I would hope to stay with what I do. My wife is in the same boat with her job and she's due to finish her degree in 2 years time.Lamin said:Any of the ex Batus lot out there got any tips, or can pass on any good gen about living out there I would appreciate it. I get the feeling that lots of people will be following me over the next few years. Cheers.
My father is emigrating to Canada this year at the age of 74 after a whirlwind romance and marriage. (It's like having a teenage son )ugly said:My understanding from mates and a very near complete attempt myself is that you dont get index linking to your pension there, not a Canadian issue but an EU one. If Canada joins the EU youwill. However even as a foreign (And you are) ex serviceman you are entitled to veterans plates for your car which gets you some benefits.
You are entitled however to any benefit resulting from your service as in disability etc and can get this renewed, paid by the nearest High Commissioner to your residence. Have fun and good luck. What you planning on doing and where?