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  1. Excellent point!!! As funny as it is, it would be hard to argue with the logic.
  2. Seems like part of those requirements are from the company that plans to hire you. Obviously communicable diseases would be a no-go for immigration but, migraines, diabetes, etc. Sounds like the company doing the hiring would like to have a healthy employee. Their house, their rules. Maybe try a health discrimination lawsuit to make them tighten up. Hahaha...
  3. JG, I wouldn’t even mention getting that when you go to renew. Let’s see if the right hand knows what the left is doing. My bet, they don’t. If it was an issue, one would think that immigration would have noticed it when you were renewing your visa for 35 months. I haven’t seen any changes in the laws that would indicate any changes to the norm outside of all of the Chinese stuff going on. Nothing concrete has even changed yet with them either, has it? Good luck and keep us posted.
  4. I was thinking about a sling box also. Not sure how that would function here though.
  5. I’ve noticed that lately Netflix has been blocking some VPN’s. There is still plenty of stuff to watch even w/o the VPN so, someone that’s never had Netflix, should be quite happy for a while.
  6. Considering the speed with which Gov agencies work here, I could see this severely hampering tourism for PH unless Visas were applied for long in advance of travel. Most western travelers don’t just spur of the moment book a flight to PH leaving within a few days. At least I wouldn’t think so due to the costs of airline tickets for close in travel dates so, it may in theory work. Who knows. Probably not a good thing although I do see what they are trying to curb. I doubt that they would want to single out China though as that would most likely effect the flow of China currency coming in for the build, build, build programs.
  7. Did you happen to pay via credit card? If so, you can dispute the charge with your bank.
  8. Same in Florida. Couldn’t be any easier.
  9. I would think that the contents of the doc would be irrelevant, a notary is only verifying the fact that one signed it in their presence and that the name is correct. 🤷‍♂️
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    Then I’d find something that they don’t like.
  11. TimL


    Noise cancelling headphones and earplugs don’t hold vibrating bass at bay. I’m just the type of person that would rent 8 of those speakers for the month, point them all in their direction and blast opera performances for the month. See how they like that.
  12. I don’t even carry a wallet here. I just put my ACR card and either cash or my bank card in my front pockets. My phone I tuck in the wasteband of my shorts where I can always feel it. Luckily, I’ve never had anything like that happen yet. I always avoid kids here like the plague anyway but there’s not much that you can do to avoid them if a pack of them make a conscious effort to get near you. They’re pretty bold based on stories from others that I’ve read so, one should always remain on guard. Stay safe out there!!
  13. I also agree Dave, dishonesty comes in all flavors. Not for me either Tommy.
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