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I have a friend in France that has offered Neil 6 months of work helping him fix up his house and land. He has agreed to pay him 1500 euros a month and give us a place to stay on his property for free. Would you do it?


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I have a friend in France that has offered Neil 6 months of work helping him fix up his house and land. He has agreed to pay him 1500 euros a month and give us a place to stay on his property for free. Would you do it?

hmmm...so what's the catch?

eta: nevermind, i see it now.

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well Neil is an EU citizen so him getting permission to work for him wouldn't be too complicated I don't think

That makes things much easier... I don't think he'll need the work clearance I needed when I worked in Spain a while back. Much more tricky for USCs... from the European point of view.


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he already has his conditional residence...we're just brainstorming on it right now...how long can you be out of the US in that two years?

Oh, sorry. Your lil profile thing says his AOS is pending, and being lazy I didn't bother to check the timeline. :) I think it's 6 months, right? And then that time is deducted from the wait for citizenship (if he wants it). Either way, I think you should definitely do it if it doesn't disrupt the rest of your life too much.

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he already has his conditional residence...we're just brainstorming on it right now...how long can you be out of the US in that two years?

Oh, sorry. Your lil profile thing says his AOS is pending, and being lazy I didn't bother to check the timeline. :) I think it's 6 months, right? And then that time is deducted from the wait for citizenship (if he wants it). Either way, I think you should definitely do it if it doesn't disrupt the rest of your life too much.

I agree...must change the pending thing...wasn't sure how to?


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sounds like a good gig to me..


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Would you be going too? Or would this mean another separation? If you would be going to, how would that work with your current living situation? Is he working somewhere else right now? Are you? Sounds like a lot of fun, to live in France for 6 months.. But maybe there are other considerations...

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Depends, the old adage "don't make a verbal contract with a friend" springs to mind. Then again, it's all down to expectations, yours and the friend's. If both expectations are in the same ball park, then it could be a fabulous experience. What part of France? Not that it matters, but I am curious.


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I would, well except in France. :lol:


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