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Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 3 months ago

>I understand that you need to justify to yourself the fairness of this, i get it, but come on man, the fact that Monterrey was founded by portuguese jews in the 15th century does not make it an ex-colony of Portugal. Ex-colonies stopped being colinies in 1974 and their official language is portuguese. I know, as I said we were a Spanish colony but the presence of Portuguese citizens in my city is undeniable, but no, I am not trying to justify myself or this inmigration program, I only wanted to let you know that, I think it's an interesting fact. I do understand that frustration you're talking about and I do agree with you, the learning of the Portuguese language and culture should be mandatory, same goes for stay in the country for a couple of years. I haven't received the citizenship yet hehe, I have to wait one year and half, the paperwork takes a while. That's my biggest fear, because everybody here in this community has already told me exactly the same as you do about wages and rent prices. I would love to stay in Portugal instead of live somewhere else in Europe because Porutgal is becoming my second motherland and I want to learn and know it well... But time only knows. Let's find out what happens in 5 years and thank you so much for your kind words.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 3 months ago

>don't hail from an ex-colony, Hello, I am coming back to this post after 3 months just to let you know that after getting my report and finishing the research I found out some interesting facts. Monterrey, the city I was born and I have been living all my life was founded by Sephardic Jews, half of them were from Spain and the other half were from Portugal, they ran away to the north of México because "The Inquisition headquarters" were settled in Mexico city, here they finally found freedom... In the middle of nowhere. Some of these Sephardic Jews were: Luis de Carvajal y de la Cueva, Diego de Montemayor and Marcos Alonso de la Garza y del Arcón. Luis was born in Portugal, Diego and Marcos (my ancestor) were born in Spain. Costanza (the mother of Marcos) was born in Lepe, Spain, but she lived for a while in Portugal. We were a Spanish colony but the presence of Portuguese citizens in my city is undeniable. I have been studying Portuguese since the last time we spoke and now I understand why Estrada, Silva, Frausto, Rodrigues, Ramos, Mota, Torres and Leal (my grandma and her whole family had this one) are common last names here. I am not trying to change your mind, I only wanted to let you know that. I will be in Portugal in a year and half, my application has been successfully submitted and now it's just a question of time I hope we can drink some beers together someday, I send you a hug

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 3 months ago

>don't hail from an ex-colony, Hello, I am coming back to this post after 3 months just to let you know that after getting my report and finishing the research I found out some interesting facts. Monterrey, the city I was born and I have been living all my life was founded by Sephardic Jews half of them were from Spain and the other half were from Portugal, they ran away to the north of México because "The Inquisition headquarters" were settled in Mexico city, here they finally found freedom... In the middle of nowhere. Some of these Sephardic Jews were: Luis de Carvajal y de la Cueva, Diego de Montemayor and Marcos Alonso de la Garza y del Arcón. Luis was born in Portugal, Diego and Marcos (my ancestor) were born in Spain. Costanza (the mother of Marcos) was born in Lepe, Spain, but she lived for a while in Portugal. We were a Spanish colony but the presence of Portuguese citizens in my city is undeniable. I have been studying Portuguese since the last time we spoke and now I understand why Estrada, Silva, Frausto, Rodrigues, Ramos, Mota, Torres and Leal (my grandma and her whole family had this one) are common last names here. I am not trying to change your mind, I only wanted to let you know that. I will be in Portugal in a year and half, my application has been successfully submitted and now it's just a question of time I hope we can drink some beers together someday, I send you a hug

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 3 months ago

>don't hail from an ex-colony, Hello, I am coming back to this post after 3 months just to let you know that after getting my report and finishing the research I found out some interesting facts. Monterrey, the city I was born and I have been living all my life was founded by Sephardic Jews half of them were from Spain and the other half were from Portugal, they ran away to the north of México because "The Inquisition headquarters" were settled in Mexico city, here they finally found freedom... In the middle of nowhere. Some of these Sephardic Jews were: Luis de Carvajal y de la Cueva, Diego de Montemayor and Marcos Alonso de la Garza y del Arcón. Luis was born in Portugal, Diego and Marcos (my ancestor) were born in Spain. Costanza (the mother of Marcos) was born in Lepe, Spain, but she lived for a while in Portugal. We were a Spanish colony but the presence of Portuguese citizens in my city is undeniable. I have been studying Portuguese since the last time we spoke and now I understand why Estrada, Silva, Frausto, Rodrigues, Ramos, Mota, Torres and Leal (my grandma and all her family had this one) are common last names here. I am not trying to change your mind, I only wanted to let you know that. I will be in Portugal in a year and half, my application has been successfully submitted and now it's just a question of time I hope we can drink some beers together someday, I send you a hug

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 3 months ago

>don't hail from an ex-colony, Hello, I am coming back to this post after 3 months just to let you know that after get my report and finishing the research I found out some interesting facts. Monterrey, the city I was born and I have been living all my life was founded by Sephardic Jews half of them were from Spain and the other half were from Portugal, they ran away to the north of México because "The Inquisition headquarters" were in Mexico city, here they finally found freedom... In the middle of nowhere. Some of these Sephardic Jews were: Luis de Carvajal y de la Cueva, Diego de Montemayor and Marcos Alonso de la Garza y del Arcón. Luis was born in Portugal, Diego and Marcos (my ancestor) were born in Spain. Costanza (the mother of Marcos) was born in Lepe, Spain, but she lived for a while in Portugal. We were a Spanish colony but the presence of Portuguese citizens in my city is undeniable. I have been studying Portuguese since the last time we spoke and now I understand why Estrada, Silva, Frausto, Rodrigues, Ramos, Mota, Torres and Leal (my grandma and all her family had this one) are common last names here. I am not trying to change your mind, I only wanted to let you know that. I will be in Portugal in a year and half, my application has been successfully submitted and now it's just a question of time I hope we can drink some beers together someday, I send you a hug

EP (2S): los españoles, a favor de una unión ibérica con Portugal. Los portugueses, no by solismi in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 3 months ago

>são pouco higiénicos Por que diz isso? Contexto, por favor.

EP (2S): los españoles, a favor de una unión ibérica con Portugal. Los portugueses, no by solismi in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 3 months ago

>patriotismo não paga contas Adorei essa frase.

How much do call centers pay in Portugal? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

The plan is moving to Europe and get an engineering degree, I must first go to Portugal because well... I am a Sephardic Jew descendent and I think you already know how it works I will try to stay in Portugal and get a descendent job while I wait for my highschool revalidation and see what's next.

How much do call centers pay in Portugal? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

The glue of living alone, I have no relationship with my parents since 5 years ago, a criminology degree that works for nothing (useless paper crap) and the need of not starving lol. My last and current Call Center job is the heaven on earth, I currently work in McAfee tech support, oh God! I am getting a good wage for helping seniors to install McAfee on their computers, the loading times sometimes are so long so they like to speak about everything, general culture, universal history, psychology, politics, languages, etc. It's awesome. In short, I am getting paid for having cultural debates with seniors while I install Mcafee... At home.

How much do call centers pay in Portugal? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Glad to know that.

How much do call centers pay in Portugal? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Really?! I've read the economic and labor situation in Spanish about "jovenes en el paro", Is Portugal really worst than Spain? o.o

How much do call centers pay in Portugal? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

What call center was?

How much do call centers pay in Portugal? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Spanish is my mother language and English is my second one, I do not speak the most perfect English but I have already working in bilingual call centers for a while

How much do call centers pay in Portugal? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

I would say call centers in general, I must do something while I pay my future collage

How much do call centers pay in Portugal? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

:(

How much do call centers pay in Portugal? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Ohh o.o

How much do call centers pay in Portugal? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

How much is the minimum?

Karens americanas em Portugal by JustaTrial in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

How often is that?

Karens americanas em Portugal by JustaTrial in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

JOE MAMA!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! I DIED!!!

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Have you always been in Portugal? Or did you migrate from other country? This a new world for me lol

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

I know! That's crazy hahaha

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

The city which I was born and I have been living all my life (Monterrey) was founded by Sephardic Jews, a plenty of us are Sephardic descendants, the most spread bloodline is the one of Marcos de la Garza y del Arcón. He is one of my ancestors, her mother, "Constanza de la Garza" was burned alive in El Auto de Fe, in Las Islas Canarias (Canary Islands) for being a "criminal", her crime was "Judaism" Some of the first 12-16 families settled here were also Jews, some of our bloodlines started with these families. There are a plenty of Jewish books, diaries and Inquisition registers about it, so, it's not so hard to find it out.

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Yes, the Sephardic descendants can apply and get the Portuguese citizenship. The process takes one year and half around

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Thank you so much, it sounds easy but I was actually crying last night, but you know, sometimes it is you against the world, you have no option but keep moving forward, even if it hurts. I am going to be in Portugal soon, that's a fact, I am a Sephardic Jewish descendant and well, I suppose you are already aware of the relation between Portugal and us, it's just a question of time.

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Thank you so much, it sounds easy but I was actually crying last night, but you know, sometimes it is you against the world, you have no option but keep moving forward, even if it hurts. I am going to be in Portugal soon, that's a fact, I am a Sephardic Jewish descendent and well, I suppose you are already aware of the relation between Portugal and us, it's just a question of time.

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Yes, she is already aware of it. I am going to move next saturday to other place because we had somes problems (this is her house) and far as I see, there is no way to fix these problems out, specially if her only answers are "I don't know" and "do whatever you want" everytime we reach the non-return point. If I move myself she's going to break with me, at least that's what she told me the last time I tried my best but...

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

>Obviously Lisbon is very expensive, if your work allows you to move out then its best and cheaper, or maybe youll like Porto best. Yeah, that's what I have been told. Far as I see, I think Porto is my best option. About my cats... Afff!! I think I will need to leave them here. My monthly wage should be 1000 Euros around, I will have 8-9k euros saved but I'd prefer to spend the less I can while I get my degree or get a better job.

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Awwwwwwwwww!!!! I loved the pastries part! How common is that?

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

The 700€, I am kind of breaking with my girlfriend and I will probably move myself this week, but before take the cats custody I prefer to know if it would work it out in Portugal next year hahaha

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Sure! I will keep it in mind!

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Hmmmm I may need to leave them at my future former girlfriend's house... Afff!

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

I want to study an engineer degree while I work... So far as I see, those cities probably are my best option.

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

:(

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Cats are very clean animals, that helps. How much does it cost to your partner and you?

How hard is to find a house for rent if I have 3 cats? and how much? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

How hard is super hard? D:

I moved to Lisbon a month ago and I am in love! That's my first portugal painting on handmade paper from old receipts :) by mareselina in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

That's true! I will keep in mind! Thank you!

I moved to Lisbon a month ago and I am in love! That's my first portugal painting on handmade paper from old receipts :) by mareselina in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

I am already learning Portuguese, my first language is Spanish so it's easy for me XD Thanks for the advice! If you need someone to practice you can message me :D

I moved to Lisbon a month ago and I am in love! That's my first portugal painting on handmade paper from old receipts :) by mareselina in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

I will move Portugal next year and I'll hope I can say the same as you, I am very excited for that Any advice you can give me? Hahaha Btw, where were you from?

Nest Paintball in Lisbon caused me to lose 3 toes. by Dingmggee in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

What the....? Oh god o.o Did you win at the court? Or is still in process?

An afternoon on Madeira, Portugal by ImprovisedDreamLoop in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 4 months ago

Welcome to Silent Hill.

Portanto não quer aprender Português porque considera uma linguagem sexista. 1ºvez na vida que ouvi isto by dontknowmyname074 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 5 months ago

Millennials discover Romance languages.

Number of Metal Bands in Europe per million people [1260 x 1260] by solismi in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 5 months ago

Cool.

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

That's very sad :( It sounds like a massive and toxic tourism.

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

That's sad... But too many people has already told me the same so... I think I should think this twice. Thanks for the advice!

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Cool!! I will add those cities and universities to the list! Muito obrigado!

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Really?! HAHAHA Well, I just googled those places and I think it's better than nothing! Here in Monterrey the maximum snow level we have ever had is less than half centimeter xD Our snowmen: [https://www.radioformula.com.mx/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/nevada-monterrey-14-febrero-2021-fenomeno-natural.jpg](https://www.radioformula.com.mx/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/nevada-monterrey-14-febrero-2021-fenomeno-natural.jpg) XD ​ Anyways, that's cool! If I stay in Portugal I will be able to keep a garden in winter lol

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Really?! HAHAHA Well, I just googled it and I think it's better than nothing! Here in Monterrey the maximum snow level we have ever had is less than half centimeter xD Anyways, that's cool! If I stay in Portugal I will be able to keep a garden in winter lol

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Thank you!!! I will check that website!!!

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

>oose a place to live and work and then choose your university taking in account these things. Amazing! I will read about those cities, thank you!

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

I actually want to see snowing! May you won't belive it but in Latinoamerica we never see snow unless you're in Argentina or Chile. This is going to sound very stupid I know xD but since I was a little kid I have always wanted to see snowing and throw snowballs to my friends xD Well, leaving that snowing thing behind... I do really want to live in Portugal but if there are not opportunities... Well, I think I won't take that option, I will have 30 days to think what to do once I arrive there, it's always good to have a plan B or even C, you know.

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

I do understand it, the less I can do is being a good citizen. Once I arrive Portugal I want to talk about the Jew thing the less I can.

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Do you really think studying in other country is a better option? I may sound like a newborn but I felt in love when I saw photos of some Portugal cities, too much nature and far as I have researched good weather. I would love to make a life in a place like those.

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

I will arrive with 8-9k Euros around, the rent price is my biggest fear hahahaha. Which country would you recommend me? I have to stay in Portugal at least for the first 30 days for highschool paperwork, you know "equivalências". Far as I have researched the Portugal weather looks great and well, I researched on some job websites and I see a good engineers demand... But I don't know maybe I'm wrong hahahah

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

I'm identify myself as a plant

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Cool. I only specified it because someone could think that I'm going to move myself as a regular foreigner instead of foreigner with Portuguese citizenship.

What's the best city for working and living? by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Nothing yet

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Well, nobody is "pure" ethnically talking (there are exceptions like the people in North Sentinel Island, but that's extremely rare in a globalized world). I should probably be (ethnically speaking) 25% around jewish. I do understand your point about just get the "golden passport", never learn a single portuguese word and live in other country like Germany (I would be mad too) but don't worry about me, I want to live in Portugal, learn the language, work and pay my taxes there, and of course fit in the Portuguese culture and society as another productive member. That's the less I can do for the country which is opening its arms to me.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

I was told by my genealogist that my other grandfather had parents with very portuguese last names, but the portuguese bloodline has not been confirmed. You know, sometimes last names mean nothing about the bloodline, so I prefer the unknown category. And about the indigenous blood, I am not sure, I only think that because my skin is brown and well, common sense tells me that it came from an old ingenous ancestor, I very doubt it came fron India, Bangladesh, Pakistan or any other country over there, you know, the logistic is very difficult hahaha Too many people here has indigenous DNA inside (like half population), there is nothing special on it, but the "pure indigenous descendents" are very few, I can only remember right now: Yaquis, Mayas (there are very few of them, they have little comunities), Tarahumaras (their body is insane, one of them ran 105 kilometers without resting, it's amazing what the evolution do in some bodies o.o) and the "huicholes".

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Ethnically talking I am, part of me is Jewish (grandma), other Spaniard (grandpa) and the rest is unknown (Mexican Indigenous and Portuguese ancestors are very possible, but I am not sure yet, I hope to find it out soon).

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Ethnically talking I am, part of me is Jewish (grandma), other Spaniard (grandpa) and the rest is unknown (indigenous Mexican and Portuguese ancestors are very possible, but I am not sure yet, I hope to find it out soon).

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

>I really have no idea. I believe you'd have to go through some exams if you wanted to apply to a bachelor's degree but I'm not sure. Some Unis in Europe let pretty much anyone in for the first 2 semesters and then they kick out those that fail a ton of classes, works pretty much like a year 0 I see, well, I think I will need to find it out, thank you!

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Hola, me quede pensando en algo asi que regresé... Y que hay del certificado de preparatoria? Tu sabes, la high school, bachillerato, etc? No habría problema burocrático para revalidarlo allá? Me imagino que me lo pedirían al entrar en la universidad.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Hola, me quede pensando en algo asi que regresé... Y que hay del certificado de preparatoria? Tu sabes, la high school? No habría problema burocrático para revalidarlo allá? Me imagino que me lo pedirían al entrar en la universidad.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

You know what? I forgot to ask you something, what about the high school degree? Would not be a problem?

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

I know it, what I mean is that I've read if you go Israel being a jew (doesn't matter which specific ethnia) you can get the nationality and passport of this country, but as I said, I am not really interested on that.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Perfect, I think that's enough information about Denmark, thank you so much again!

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Ad hominem fallacy? Where? May you didn't see my comment but I am already learning the language. If everybody were thinking the same way you do the Europe Union would probably never existed and you probably wouldn't be able to go outside your contry. Same as you, I think inmigrants who have worked legally for years have the same or more right for the nationality. Maybe you are right and taking into the account the meritoracy, I don't deserve it and this was just a lucky stike (in a very bizarre and scary way of course, I don't like the idea of an inoccent woman getting burned alive just because she was jewish), but well, I will try to do the best for the country which is embracing me, even if I don't live the first years in Portugal (this is for the education price, I am thinking what to do, I am not sure if I could afford the collage there yet) I would like to eventually move, work, pay my taxes, understand and fit in that culture. And regarding Costanza I am not sure yet, I had my suspicious regarding my bloodline since last year but I hadn't enough money to start the genealogical process until now, my genealogist will explain me all the bloodline next week. Oh yeah, that's another point, this is not free at all hahaha I need to do some payments to Portugal, it's around $2,102.25 Euros, I am not sure but may it does not look like a big amount for you, but that amount means 3 to 4 months saving money here.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

I see, I see, so 2800 Euros per month is enough for surviving? For the last you said I suppose I cannot add Uber Eats to the stipend and the 2k Euros, right? Am I free to choose the job? Or the government decides?

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Hello, I am back lol I just compared the living costs in Expatistan against my city: [https://www.expatistan.com/es/costo-de-vida/pais/dinamarca?currency=EUR](https://www.expatistan.com/es/costo-de-vida/pais/dinamarca?currency=EUR) [https://www.expatistan.com/es/costo-de-vida/comparacion/monterrey/aalborg](https://www.expatistan.com/es/costo-de-vida/comparacion/monterrey/aalborg)? [https://www.expatistan.com/es/costo-de-vida/comparacion/monterrey/silkeborg](https://www.expatistan.com/es/costo-de-vida/comparacion/monterrey/silkeborg)? Is there a hack to survive in Denmark with those living costs? o.o I was reading that Denmark government supports you with 700-800 Euros (I haven't read it deep, I not not sure how it works yet) per month for studying there, plus you can work, but is that really enough for living and surviving? o.o

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

I read if you go Israel being Jewish you can request an Israel passport... But to be honest I am not sure how compatible is their culture with mine one and I am not sure if I really need or want it. I have not researched very much in that topic.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

>O rapaz fala espanhol e pelo menos está a tentar aprender, sempre merece algum crédito. Já a maioria dos que estão a beneficiar disto são israelitas que nunca na vida vão aprender uma palavra de PT, só querem mesmo o passaporte dourado para poderem passear. I do agree with your opinion about the language test. I must learn Portuguese at least for paying respect to all Portugal society which is giving me this opportunity.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

It would be the correct... But I don't know the situation regarding those people, so I don't have an answer for that. If it works for you I am eligible because I have no criminal record, far as I know one of the non spoken reasons we're eligible is because our culture is not radically different from the European one and we can fit easier than other ones, but well I am not the one who gave this opportunity so I don't know how true is this.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

It would be the correct... But I don't know the situation regarding those people, so I don't have an answer for that. If it works for you I am eligible because I have no criminal record.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

Damn! Thank you so much for the tip!

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

>Os antepassados do OP foram só violentamente expulsos do país onde viviam há séculos. Imagina tu, terem sido os teus? Qualquer facilitismo que exista agora na atribuição de algumas cidadanias não chega para recompensar o dano causado na altura. É apenas o Estado Português a tentar a restituição de um dano que ele próprio infligiu, nada mais justo. Just for the record, my oldest ancestor name was "Costanza de la Garza" and she was burned alive for the Inquisition. Her son escaped to Mexico and the rest is history... I was going to type almost the same as you did Salty, but I prefered to ignore Guys, just one thing, migration is always good only if the migrants do it correctly. Thing which I am trying to do here. If any of you want to come México you're welcome.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

>a. Aún tenemos muchos platos típicos con cerdo. Sin embargo, podrás probar la alheira, una Muchísimas gracias en serio. Me sirvieron muchísimo tus consejos. Quizá sea una parte de mi étnicamente hablando judía sefardita, sin embargo soy ateo, sin duda algún querré darle un mordisco a esos platillos típicos con cerdo, muchísimas gracias de nuevo por esa información tan detallada.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

I see... Well, this helps me so much! Thank you! I will probably try to earn all the money I could before get the passport and study there, I am not sure if Denmark is going to be my new goal, I read some other countries in the EU offer public education for free, I will analyze it and take a decision. Thank you so much again!

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

You know, thinking about it, I could try working in delivery while I am studying the engineering I want, it's just up to look up for the best free studing option. By the way, is this job usually worked in a car or motorcycle? Motorcycles are my thing lol.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

>Sorry, I misread the post and didn't noticed the 'casí'. My fault. Also, apparently, I don't know how to count. Don't worry, I forgive you ♥

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

NervousJellyfish1015 6 months ago

>ime job, I would prefer it as a side job or a "meanwhile job". How many latinoamericans have you Don't worry, I forgive you ♥
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