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Waht's you advice on inmigration

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by Jeremy96x, Sep 22, 2015.

  1. Jeremy96x

    Jeremy96x Junior Member

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    Hi! I currently live in Venezuela, and the situation has been spiraling out of control since the last year. So I want to get out as soon as posible before the government completely shuts down the ability to leave the country through regular ways.


    The two main factors that are pushing me to leave are:
    1. The inability to get first need items and food (last year and the first hañft of this one, you could get them at the "black market" with a much higher price, but right now it's close to impossible if you don't do the 10+hours long queue).
    2. The rapidly increasing crime, .


    My income is almost completely made out of Adsense earnings, around 1500usd monthly, and I'm cashing them out through payoneer, so is technically a US account. So my question is, what countries would you recommend to go? Do I have to pay taxes?


    I was thinking in france, since the cost of studying (thus, getting a student visa) is lower. Do I have to pay taxes on my adsense income?



    PS: Do you know of any place where I can get more info regarding this issue?
     
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    Just come to Europe as soon as possible and pretend that you are Syrian refugee. You will get something, go to Germany or Austria, they are stupid enough to accept everyone that say he/she is a refugee
     
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    The crisis at the moment with refugees has made it alot harder in france and others. There are so many people fleeing that the borders are being shut down because they can't cope with the numbers.

    I feel for you and can't imagine what its like. Trying to find the right information to trust, well i would go to each charity's website in each country to get info. I found this info http://www.immigroup.com/news/top-10-immigration-friendly-countries

    Good luck and success
     
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    I don't live in france but i know people who studied there and its not really cheap
     
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    Is not Mexico a decent place to land for you?

    You probably know the main language and there are some decent places to live at reasonable numbers from what I have read.
     
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    Just what I was thinking, Mexico isn't France or the USA but from how you describe it, it's a big step up from Venezuela.

    EDIT: I'm French by the way, if you need any contacts in the country I can check around and see if I can find someone who can give you some info.
     
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    With $1500 a month you could live a nice lifestyle there, somewhere in Baja or Acapulco. Most people get by on a lot less.
     
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    $1500 isn't too much in Europe or USA. Why not Uruguay?
     
  9. Jeremy96x

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    As far as I know public universities cost less that 1000euro per year

    I'm not looking to have a fancy life, just enough to get by with the basic needs, besides, I currently have other projects that could scalate those earnings.


    I can't just get on a plane go to a country and stay there, can I? (serious question).
     
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    No, you cannot as there are different kinds of visas for each country which allow you to stay for various amounts of time in addition to a passport.

    There is actually a lot of information to digest before making that choice and the types of visa is one of the categories you would want to investigate.
     
  11. Jeremy96x

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    Thanks for all your answers..

    My other question was: If I go to France, do I have to pay taxes on the adsense earnings that I cash out through payoneer, (technically a US account)?
     
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    You're right about that, $1,500 per month in the US is NOTHING. In a majority of places that doesn't even cover the rent/mortgage payment for the month. You want a "new" car here in the US? That'll be $350-$450 per month plus another $150 per month for full coverage insurance since most people are now too broke to pay off their vehicles up front. You want cable & internet, that's another $175 per month. Electric? Another $170 per month.

    Hell... I just though of this, why the f*** does my cell phone bill cost more then my electric?

    :y:
     
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    That's messed up man. Your phone bill should never be more than your electric bill. I'm on a family plan and I pay about $60 a month for my cell phone bill. I get unlimited everything including text and data, no throttling.

    To add to the discussion: you'll have to look up information on what it takes to move to another country OP. I'm not sure about France's taxes but this thread should help you out: https://www.webmasterworld.com/google_adsense/4558603.htm

    It talks about Adsense taxes in France specifically. Hope that answers your question.
     
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    Which carrier are you with?
     
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    I'm with Sprint, but understand I've been with them since they became a company. No joke. So we get unlimited everything because they were our very first cell phone company back when cell phones were first gaining popularity. Remember those old 80s/90s phones that would probably give you cancer if you used them today? I still have mine.

    So we get a pretty good deal from them. Their service in our area sucks, but I put up with it because it's inexpensive.
     
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    No wonder your bill is so low, I'm currently with AT&T, while they're expensive, I always have reception and never have dropped calls which is why I put up with their prices. Still though, when your cell phone bill amount exceeds that of your electric, there is definitely an issue.

    Time to switch soon.... Need to upgrade to the upcoming 6S anyways.
     
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    really ? if a country accepts you as a refugee it means that country is stupid ? btw the refugee acceptance system is more intelligent than you think. oh and also it's better to learn difference between refugee and migrant.
     
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    It's apparent that you're not aware of SkyRocketSEO's style of sarcasm.
     
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    the sarcasm requires knowledge of the subject.
     
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    Given the gravity of your plight, this seems a rather low priority concern, doesn't it?

    Immigrants are subject to the same taxes as local citizens, AFAIK. Maybe France is different (not likely, if they feel the need to fleece their top earners of 70%), or maybe there is some reciprocal agreement with Venezuela that exempts French taxes for anyone residing in France for less than a year.

    My guess... Your first priority should be getting out of Venezuela, and it is probably easier and less risky to try a country nearby, unless you have some family ties to Europe or the USA.

    It's a sad, sad situation there. Best of luck to you!
     
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