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Moving to St. Martin
Posted by: Nicola (
Date: January 12, 2016 09:11AM

Hello there,

I'm Nicola (29 y.o.) from Bulgaria (part of EU) and I would like to spent the rest of my life in place like St. Martin.So, to do that I will need your support by answering few vital questions.I'm comming with my fiancee and we both will need to work (no big enough savings tongue sticking out smiley). We are working in finance field in Bg, but I'm down to work anything as long as I spend my day in the peace of paradise.

Will it be a problem to find me a job there (employment or legal issues), so I can rent a place and buy us some food smiling smiley. I am also a certified skipper of a seagoing vessel (40 BT) and I will work anything which sea is involved in.

Please someone give me a breaf review how can I move legally and how to easily accommodate.

Thank you smiling smiley))

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Re: Moving to St. Martin
Posted by: Luciane (
Date: April 16, 2016 07:04AM


I am Luciane and also would like to get some useful informtion about living in St Martin.
My family and I are planing to move to St Martin, in the near future , so, I am looking for a reliable Real property Company to check the prices of an small apartment!
Please, someboy, could help with that?
My husband is a doctor and I am a laywer....actually i am not working because I ve an 9 year old boy!
I would appreciate any information about buying a property there.
Ah, I am a spanish citisen, so, I dont thing I would have any trouble to stay in the island, do I?
Thank you"
smiling smiley

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