Sous Chef looking to leave the US and move to Spain

Discussion in 'Jobs / Internships Postings' started by Zachary Winters, Oct 27, 2017.

  1. Zachary Winters

    Zachary Winters

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    Sous Chef at multiple private country clubs
    Hi! ive been to spain a couple of times, but not for work...I would love to know what kind of service I could use to make my job easier getting into a place somewhere hopefully in southern Spain, and what the best way to go about getting a Visa would be, I would appreciate any help someone could give me!
    Thanks so much
    Zac
     
  2. lagom

    lagom

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    Joining the revolution?. Do you speak Spanish? Unlike Northern Europe English is a very second language. Business is done in Spanish. I do a lot of business with Spanish companies and when ever it’s anything more than very casual is done in Spanish.

    If you are american then you will need a work/ resident visa. Much eaiser with a sponsor that has made you a formal offer of employment. I would suggest contacting the Spanish embassy/ local consulate and possibly a regional chamber of Congress.
    Hope that helps

    David
     
  3. algarvekitchenjob

    algarvekitchenjob

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    Hi Zac
    what about Portugal, Algarve, it is only 150 kilometer to Spain