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Old 01-12-2017   #13 (permalink)
u2girlie
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Join Date: Dec 2006
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Originally Posted by Dan-0 View Post
Badbreath is right (for once ). Not only would working online let you skip the bureaucratic work permission process u2girlie so articulately described, online work would allow you to be paid in your home currency instead of pesos- which, judging by the way things are right now, would be highly desirable.
Agree. I am paid in pesos (of course) and when I traveled back to the U.S. for Christmas, I had sticker shock. At Logan airport in Boston, I changed my $2,070 pesos for about $78 USD. I just about passed out. $2,000 is pretty big chunk of change for me. I will not be traveling back to the U.S. this year or next year, if I can help it.
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