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im 19 dont really have any skills but can i go there are there jobs there they look pretty countries and decent wildlife
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Depends whether or not you're proficient in their language, have any skills they need and to a certain extent your skin colour
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im 19 dont really have any skills but can i go there are there jobs there they look pretty countries and decent wildlife
Denmark, Finland and Sweden are in the EU - you have the right to live and work in those countries.
Norway and Iceland aren't in the EU, and you don't have those rights. They may still allow you to stay, but you'd have to make further enquiries.
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(Original post by wag12k12dunkno)
im 19 dont really have any skills but can i go there are there jobs there they look pretty countries and decent wildlife
Been kicked out of uni yet?
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I don't think they are in the habit of allowing 'dead weight' into their countries, unlike the UK.
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(Original post by Alfissti)
Depends whether or not you're proficient in their language, have any skills they need and to a certain extent your skin colour
Doesn't apply to those who are EU (in those countries which are member states of the EU).
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im 19 dont really have any skills but can i go there are there jobs there they look pretty countries and decent wildlife
Sorry but I wouldn't let the likes of you in if I was in charge.
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Norway and Iceland aren't in the EU, and you don't have those rights. They may still allow you to stay, but you'd have to make further enquiries.
You can live and work in Norway and Iceland as both are members of the EEA.
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Doesn't apply to those who are EU (in those countries which are member states of the EU).
Presumably in the context of this thread am assuming someone is interested in moving to a Scandinavian country for work. In which case what I mentioned earlier applies regardless of where you come from and EU national or not it isn't going to be easy to get a job without language, skills and possibly skin colour. As for living, yup you don't need any extra residence permits as an EU national but that's about it, though if you are coming as a welfare/benefit tourist then please remain wherever the hell you're at, thankfully in Norway and Sweden it isn't so easy for foreigners and even those with EU nationality to freeload on our welfare.
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Sorry but I wouldn't let the likes of you in if I was in charge.
You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to again.
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