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    English chef looking into relocating

    Hi guys

    I'm new to the forum so a little introduction.
    I am a chef 28yrs old with a wife and son3yrs old.
    We are in the uk but considering a move away.
    My wife is from trinidad and Tobago and misses island life,it has alway been a dream of mine so we are looking into it past few years .
    I am a chef with 13 years experience and withing big hotels here in london as well as smaller hotels.
    I'm just after some general info like visa(will it be possible to move with my wife and son) on a chef salary?
    Ideas on living costs I.e rent housing bills food
    Education for my son
    And any other advice hints tips you may have


    Thanks in advance for all your help


    Steve

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    welcome to the aruba.com community forum.

    aruba has strict employment laws and even stricter residency guidelines.

    continue reading this category
    and please read these tagged threads
    http://www.aruba.com/forum/tags/perm...residency.html


    also, you need to visit the island, get a feel for it and meet with prospective employers as well as dept of immigration

    Quote Originally Posted by stevekingchef View Post
    Hi guys

    I'm new to the forum so a little introduction.
    I am a chef 28yrs old with a wife and son3yrs old.
    We are in the uk but considering a move away.
    My wife is from trinidad and Tobago and misses island life,it has alway been a dream of mine so we are looking into it past few years .
    I am a chef with 13 years experience and withing big hotels here in london as well as smaller hotels.
    I'm just after some general info like visa(will it be possible to move with my wife and son) on a chef salary?
    Ideas on living costs I.e rent housing bills food
    Education for my son
    And any other advice hints tips you may have


    Thanks in advance for all your help


    Steve

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    hI thanks for your reply


    I will start to read through them right away.

    Are the laws similar to curaçao with regard to visa etc etc?
    I recently was offered a job there so have looked into their rules with great detail,with regard to bringing a dependants with me.

    I look forward to researching more and finding out as much as possible.

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    i am unfamiliar with curacao's laws re: residency and employment.

    good luck and keep us abreast.
    Quote Originally Posted by stevekingchef View Post
    hI thanks for your reply


    I will start to read through them right away.

    Are the laws similar to curaçao with regard to visa etc etc?
    I recently was offered a job there so have looked into their rules with great detail,with regard to bringing a dependants with me.

    I look forward to researching more and finding out as much as possible.

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