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August 13, 2011 at 7:13 am #276925
Hi Metasif, are you already in Porto Alegre? We are currently looking for people to work as Mystery Shoppers in Vit√É¬≥ria da Conquista, Cuiaba, Rio Branco, Goiania, Vitoria and Santo Angelo. Other locations will also be considered though so PM if you are interested and I can give you more details about the project.
August 13, 2011 at 7:09 am #276924
We are currently looking for Mystery shoppers in Vit√É¬≥ria da Conquista, Cuiaba, Rio Branco, Goiania, Vitoria and Santo Angelo.
If you are interested in joining our team of shoppers and you are located in one of these areas please PM me as soon as possible and I will send you the project details. Other locations will also be considered.
August 13, 2011 at 7:07 am #276923
Not sure if it helps, but my company is currently looking for people to work as Mystery Shoppers in Vit√É¬≥ria da Conquista, Cuiaba, Rio Branco, Goiania, Vitoria and Santo Angelo. Other locations will also be considered though so PM if you are interested and I can give you more details about the project
October 31, 2007 at 1:33 pm #186858
I am sort of confused about the whole overstay thing:
I first entered Brazil on December 20, 2007 on a tourist visa. I re-entered on December 26, 2010 and stayed until July 10, 2011 (overstayed by 16 days). Now, before leaving the country, I went to the Federal Police in Belo Horizonte, paid the fine, got the stamp on the passport and on a separate sheet of paper saying my fine had been paid. When asked when I could re-enter Brazil, the man, after looking it up in the computer said “a partir do dia 20/12”, after December 20, 2011.
I have booked my trip and I will arrive in Brazil on December 30. I am getting married which is a whole ordeal in and of itself but I am confused:
I have seen people saying that when you overstay, you have to stay out exactly 180 days until you can re-enter (meaning that I am only allowed in the country until sometime in the beginning of January), however, the Federal Police told me that I have to stay out for the rest of the “year” since my first entry, meaning that once December 20, 2011 rolls around, I am free to enter for 180 days max. I’m starting to get really nervous about this seeing as though I have my ticket bought and there seem to be a lot of misinformation (and no direct answers), does anyone have any opinions/advice/experience?
September 2, 2005 at 8:59 am #129084
August 23, 2005 at 9:40 am #128150
[QUOTE=Hercules]The majority chose Obama is true, however, the 20% of bigots are totally ruled by the talking heads on the conservative tv’s. The USa is number one nation for fascist/racist/supremacist attitudes. I have lived in the USA for 35 years and as an European from Spain, it is shocking how the 80% of the rest of the population budge and bend over to the 20% that are the extreme supremacists. During the Bush years, this country was a police state, you said anything against Bush and your neighbors would squeek on you. I hope the world never sees another tyrant as Bush and his friends. Still this country is under siege of the right wingers trying to demise Obama, not one day goes by that we fear for Obama’s life. If you want to see subtle segregation of races, come to America….we are number one in racism. [/QUOTE] I’m sorry, but first of all I just think you live in the wrong place if you feel that way about it, with some much rage… If it is such a racist Country, why you, as an immigrant would still be living there? And your Math doesn’t make any sense… How can 80% of the population be “the rest of it”? Since you have been living in the USA for that long, you should know better, that this Country changes completely from one State to another… with all due respect It is much bigger that Spain… The USA that you are describing sounds direct from Missouri in a trailer park neighborhood… I have friends who have lived in Spain and were horrified by how racist and rude they were towards immigrants. BTW, on Bush administration his numbers were always down on the polls, and I hope you aware in how he was elected in the first time (by confusing people with falty voting cards, and having less voting booths in democratic locations), and the second time by putting fear on the population with things like AMTRAX… And finally, there is no way, here is a Country where freaking Republicans rule everything, otherwise Palin would be in he White House today and women wouldn’t be able to have the right to abortion and FOX NEWS would be the channel with the highest ratings on cable TV… We have Obama, an African-American and a Democrat!!!! LOVE THE HANDS THAT FEED YOU… More Love less Rage More Reality Check
anala 2009-08-24 09:43:36
July 7, 2005 at 12:21 pm #123098
Welcome to the jungle, Nick! I hope that we can break the protocol and meet up before next month’s first Friday. What area of town are you in? Cheers
June 18, 2005 at 7:59 am #121653
Nossa ate a Associacao de Cafecultores admite a qualidade do Cafe no Brasil e regular ate ruim. Por decadas o Brasil so fazia quantidade sem pensar em qualidade. So nos ultimos anos o Brasil esta intentando fazer um cafe melhor e esse cafe geralmente e exportado para fora.
February 10, 2005 at 1:28 pm #113977
[QUOTE=dirtbox]He completely mocks the Americans without them catching on
Catching on requires brains
February 2, 2005 at 9:03 pm #113527
British humour is not always dark and strong. It depends what type you are watching. Not all is like Little Britain or League of gentlemen which isn’t mentioned. We have cult comedies such as the mighty boosh, spaced that can be zanny and weird. And then there’s the sketch shows, etc so there isn’t really a british humour as such.
February 1, 2005 at 4:14 pm #113401
I used to learn german in school, used to be pretty good at it. Now I suck I lost majority of my vocab. English on the other hand I picked up from hollywood movies when young, reading literature on faculty. My native language is Slovenian. Since slovenia used to be part of former Yugoslavia, I also speak fluent serbian, becuase serbian language used to be official language in Yugoslavia.
Therefore: slovenian, serbian, portuguese and english
January 27, 2005 at 3:06 pm #113109
[QUOTE=jimmy123]I was just refused a regular drivers license because the doctor testeing me for my mind says that I do not write and read enoufgh Portuguese. However they say 6 mo. temorary ‘s are no problem.[/QUOTE]
Why am I not surpriesed ?
Seriously, how long have you been in Brazil? Do you have already the CIE? Without you’ll probably have problems applying for the Brazilian license (CNH).
Besides, foreign driver’s licenses are valid for 6 months in Brazil. So no need to get a CNH before that.
January 27, 2005 at 3:02 pm #113108
[QUOTE=jtNY]with a resident visa how long can one stay in Brazil?[/QUOTE]
Is this question serious?
I guess not!
January 11, 2005 at 1:58 pm #111394
Always make sure that your beer can is secure.
This is very true! They have a tendency to spill when going uphill, and sometimes downhill. Sometimes I forget to take it out of the canholder in the door of the car. It breaks my day
January 4, 2005 at 11:10 am #110470
[QUOTE=Errol][QUOTE=frank4000]i would think JP is much safer place to live although not more exciting depending on your point of view.[/QUOTE]
JP is also perfect for that. We made the right decission.We enjoy very much the place we are.
Though you have already said you don’t live in Joao Pessoa but in Intermares which is a suburb of Cabedelo.