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Who has been to Belgium, Denmark, Norway?

I will like to visit these 3 countries some day in the near furture .

has anyone been in any of these countries of lived there ?

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Greetings my Brethren ,A footballer is about to travel to Belgium in this transfer window,in other to search for a football club,be it,div 1,2,3,4,pro or semipro or even regional football team , just for a start.Already in Qatar but Qatar is not yet developed in sports and need to move on with football career,because is always good to start from somewhere.Please your wise advice and help,direction is needed,God Bless.

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i was in brussels belgium about 15 years ago and i was taken to the immigration office for questioning because one silly worker decided that she didnt want me to travel. all in all the guy i spoke with was cool and he let me go before i missed my flight to ny. never going back to belgium again

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@nordicrace, useless guy u again, why do u always insult sum1 here wen he/she is seekn 4 advise. u are reali unpartriotic, uselless self-acclaimed hungarian by birth. if u dnt repent on ur bastardly way of life, d wrath of people will rub u in mud in this 2010, becareful useless "BASTARD" where is ur father?

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@nordicrace, useless guy u again, why do u always insult sum1 here wen he/she is seekn 4 advise. u are reali unpartriotic, uselless self-acclaimed hungarian by birth. if u dnt repent on ur bastardly way of life, d wrath of people will rub u in mud in this 2010, becareful useless "BASTARD" where is ur father?

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i should look at d united kingdom or usa but i honestly dont like there

YOU CANNOT MOVE TO THE UK UNLESS YOU HAVE A MASTERS DEGREE. AND YOU CANNOT WORK IN ANY OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRY UNLESS YOU SPEAK THE LANGUGAE, ARE YOU silly OR SOMETHING ?

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I do occasional short contracts in Brussels and it is generally peaceful. I do speak French,so it helps me a lot more, but I agree with the bureaucracy and aggressiveness in order to get things done. Apart form that the people are like anywhere else.

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I do occasional short contracts in Brussels and it is generally peaceful. I do speak French,so it helps me a lot more, but I agree with the bureaucracy and aggressiveness in order to get things done. Apart form that the people are like anywhere else.

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I have been living in brussels for the last 2 years and I believe one drawback of living in Belgium is extreme rudeness in customer service and horribly defunct bureaucracy. No one, in a professional capacity, answers phone calls or emails, even when you need something very urgent. So living in Belgium requires some aggressiveness and a lot of patience.

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I have been living in brussels for the last 2 years and I believe one drawback of living in Belgium is extreme rudeness in customer service and horribly defunct bureaucracy. No one, in a professional capacity, answers phone calls or emails, even when you need something very urgent. So living in Belgium requires some aggressiveness and a lot of patience.

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I have been living in brussels for the last 2 years and I believe one drawback of living in Belgium is extreme rudeness in customer service and horribly defunct bureaucracy. No one, in a professional capacity, answers phone calls or emails, even when you need something very urgent. So living in Belgium requires some aggressiveness and a lot of patience.

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Hail, Nferyn.

I must admit that as a guy from Belgium, i'm impressed at your level of English, i just checked your profile and i saw a blue eyed handsome white Dude: i understand that you're an active poster and it pleases me to see a guy like you interested in Nairaland and that you're contributing to this forum positively. You're indeed our friend and brother.

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hello im a 29 year old female nigerian, i want to clear my account and relocate to europe not nessesary for greener pasture but to find in peace which i cant find in my nigerian enviroment, ive been to france, spain,italy n greece before but on holidays and i feel in love with europe in so many ways, odinarily i should look at d united kingdom or usa but i honestly dont like there. im very skillful i can type 80words in one minute, i can sew,cook and make hair very well skills i picked out of boredom. the countries i have in mind to relocate to are either denmark, sweden, norway, italy or greece. i dont know anyone in these places but that does not scare me cos i want to begin anew, what ill like to know is the way they live in these countries considering commerce, tax,racism,on what ground can i get residence permit n how long wiil it take and which of this countries are black populated

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You should calm down a bit debanjee

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The biggest hurdle immigrants have to overcome when learning Dutch is that most people will automatically switch to English when they hear you're not speaking Dutch fluently - makes it harder to learn the language.

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How is life for a black woman in belgium @ nferyn ?

i heard belgium has the best educational system in the world is that true ?

if i could get a scholarship i will like to go to belgium to study nursing.

is the language difficult to understand or speak ?

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@IAH i think all the scandanavian countries have a higher per capita income and better standard of living than the UK and the US. I guess they are not popular among Nigerian travellers because of extreme cold and Language barriers

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I'm from Belgium. Fire away your questions

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What about those three countries makes you want to visit them? And where are you based now?

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