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There are multiple ways you can obtain permanent residency (PR) in Australia. Pathways to PR will generally fall into 3 categories: 1. Skilled Independent You could obtain a Skilled Independent visa directly. You will have to pass a points test that will rank you based on occupation, education level, age, English language ability, years of work experience,...


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Unfortunately you are not eligible to apply for migration to Australia at the moment. Before you can be eligible you will have to have a skills assessment in your IT occupation. This would done be the Australian Computer Society. They require between 2 and 8 years work experience in a job that is highly related to your qualifications. In your case it would ...


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Your first hint was right. This is mostly (if not only) due to copyright. The rights on any production is subject to a contract that you implicitly accept when you watch a video, read an article or listen to a podcast. And these contracts depend on the territory you are on. As you mentioned, you can find DVD sold abroad. But in that case, there is a ...


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I have done this for several years without any problems. There are a couple things that you need to do: Research your Korean provider. (Let's take SKT as an example.) Find out what frequencies / technologies they use. This info is all on the company's page on Wikipedia. Make sure that you choose a phone that supports those frequencies / bands. You can find ...


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Contact a removal company. Removal companies are frequently in the business of storage as well. It wouldn't be self-storage, but if you are going to be living as a digital nomad all over the world, you don't need 24 hour access to your stuff, do you? A quick Google Search removal company storage ireland yields pickfords as a first link, advertising Are ...


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I work for Open Text, which is the biggest Canadian owned software company. We're based out of Waterloo, ON with offices in Montreal, Ottawa, Richmond Hill, Toronto, Waterloo and Calgary. We offer live insurance as part of our benefits. I think it is twice my yearly fixed income and double that if I die in an accident. But I think there are a lot of ...


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T-Mobile uses GSM, but South Korea uses CDMA. You might (?) be able to use the 4G LTE part, but this seems like a poor idea, because any areas in South Korea which don't have 4G LTE coverage will have zero coverage for your US-bought phone. I think you're better off buying a cheap smartphone that works properly in the US.


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Australia has points-based immigration system, so you can calculate your points and chance to pass. http://www.workpermit.com/australia/point_calculator.htm - for Australia. This is of course just a start, you need to do much more of your own research about both Australia and other countries with immigration based on points, like Canada and I think New ...


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There is definitely a copyright issue, the media/content service providers (netfilx, bbc, etc) usually have only a very limited permissions to sell/distribuite/rent/licence the content in some (or only one) countries and they usually put such restrictions in the terms and conditions you have to agree to sign up to their services. Usually in each country ...


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