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American? You Now Need a Passport

Sunday, January 14th, 2007

If you are American and travel abroad a lot, you probably already have a passport. However, if you don’t have one, know that Homeland Security in 2004 made changes that are now coming into effect.

US Passport

Based on reports from a number of sources, here are the rule changes. This is important to those who are considering traveling to close neighbours like Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

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Work Permits (FM3 Work Visa) in Mexico

Thursday, January 11th, 2007

TEFL Passport

I’ve been working in Mexico for 6 years now, and much of my job as both a TEFL course instructor and employment advisor revolves around the issue of the work permit. I work on a regional basis, for the entirety of Latin America, but this post will focus on Mexico.

The most important think to remember about this issue in Mexico was best summed up by Melee – a Dave’s Cafe poster and EFL instructor in Oaxaca:

In Mexico, what was true yesterday may not be true today. What is true today, will not necessarily be true tomorrow. What is true for me, is not true for you. There are multiple truths that can coexist.

Let’s talk about the varieties of truth here…

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TEFL in Thailand – Big Changes

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007
Thailand TEFL Trouble? I've been watching developments and writing about Thailand of late, trying to sort out the mess over there as the country adopts stringent measures for those looking to teach English there. ... [Continue reading this entry]