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Thinking about move to England / UE

Hello people, I have't realized this specific area before and created a thread at the general area. (https://www.dobermantalk.com/general-...e-england.html)


So, I'm sorry to bother but I'm thinking about move to England.
I would like some tips.

Some people already have told me about the weather, the docked and cropped problem and insurance. Let me copy and paste what I have writed in the other post:

Well, a few people have asked me why I want to get out and something more, here's the story:

Why england?
Just because of the language. Simple. I have much more to improve, but I can handle English. Only. So Its better if we can go somewhere where English is the language. We are thinking about Australia also, but UE is much more easier because my wife have German citzenship. To australia we need a visa, and the US is impossible to get if you don't have U$500.000 to apply.

So europe become the easier choice, and England since I don't speak german.

We also want to move with a job already and the house location will gonna depends based on this premises.

Why move?
We have a REALLY good life here, a nice house with a big garden as you can see, cars, motorcycles... our place is near of everything by foot.
But we don't have security. Has been a long time since we stopped to hang out at night afraid of robbery.

At the end of the last year, at day 22, coming back to home from a lovely night with friends, almost 10 blocks from home we've been robbed. The bandits hit us with a car (we were in only one motorcycle) we came to ground and when we are recovering, thinking it was an accident, they announced the robbery. The christmas and new year was in bed recovering the harms in our feet and knees. So we don't want this anymore. If we want raise kids or have a quiet life, we need to go away.

São Paulo/Brazil is impossible, and the other cities also. We can go to inland, but the people behavior is still the same. Most of people don't have respect, think only in themselves, don't care about the city cleaness or other people.

Well, that´s a little picture of the reasons.

We know that are gonna be hard live with few money, pay rent, a lot of things that we don't used to expend... but we don't need things, we need LIFE and money just to pay debits and travel.

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That's it. I will be really glad about every single tip and orientations.

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I lived and went to university in the South/East of England. Kent is describes as
the garden spot of England. You will be comming from a tropical area of the world to a country where it gets very cold and wet, even in the summer. There is crime in the UK, not the very violent crime but lots of burgalry from motor vehicle and home burglary. It is very expensive to live there and you will not be permitted to work. UK Customs will stamp your passport showing a six month stay and will indicate not permitted to work. You will have to find employment priot to entry. I suggest looking into Lisbon Portugal or just south of Lisbon.
Warn weather year around and you will not have a language problem.

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So, I'm sorry to bother but I'm thinking about move to England.
I would like some tips.
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you will not be permitted to work. UK Customs will stamp your passport showing a six month stay and will indicate not permitted to work. / I suggest looking into Lisbon Portugal or just south of Lisbon.
Warn weather year around and you will not have a language problem.
Thank you.
About the work, I'll not gonna enter as a tourist as many since I'm married with a person from the UE. So about that, no worries.
My dream is make an "Brazilian Day" in every country and you only can leave the area with your passport with VISA. The people who entered illegally used to be the ones who gonna show the worst about other countries and help que make a bad picture about it. Send back everybody.

Portugal... no thanks. We "came" from there and is a mess.

I was reading about Kent, seems to be a lovely place and I can keep gardening.
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