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My partner and I are both teachers in the UK looking to move to USA. We don't have any family in USA nor do we have job offers. I am really struggling to find which visa we could use to apply for the move.
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I would look more at Jacksonville area. Great hospitals and the east coast is so much better than the gulf coast. I live south of Daytona. I don't like the gulf side at all. No taxes but we have huge unemployment and have seen property values drop in half. I would never go to Miami for so many reasons. Marineland does a lot of things with SeaWorld.

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They are south of St Augustine. I think this area is much more laid back and affordable. Send a private message to flpab. Find More Posts by flpab. Good hospitals in the Melbourne area. Send a private message to tomfuller.

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Find More Posts by tomfuller. Check out Pensacola at the very end of the panhandle- more of a southern small city in vibe, with gorgeous water and beaches, affordable housing, not too crowded, and some change in seasons. Send a private message to BlueSwimmer. Find More Posts by BlueSwimmer. Feb 24th, , PM. I like the west coast much better, so I would vote for Tampa.

Send a private message to jubilada. Find More Posts by jubilada. Property taxes are a whole 'nother ball of wax and highly favor longtime property owners, so if you're thinking of buying property when you get here, be aware that your property taxes might be several times higher than your next-door neighbor. RNs are actually in short supply in most parts of Florida, there was a study released this week that predicted Florida will need 14, more RNs by so job prospects are good. Send a private message to go. Find More Posts by go. Can someone tell me what bugs are native to Miami that haven't spread to Tampa as well?

Send a private message to NeoPatrick. Find More Posts by NeoPatrick. Feb 25th, , AM. What you are seeing here is a lot of violently differing opinion, something that is not uncommon in Florida and makes it an interesting and frustrating and exciting place to live. I have experience in Florida going back to the mid's pre-air conditioning. My takes: I love Miami and wouldn't give you a nickel for the rest of the east coast of Florida or anywhere in the middle of the state or the Panhandle.

I love the cosmopolitan culture and the urban excitement that some others seem to hate. As my wife says, it's like being in a foreign country except that you know how things work. Send a private message to Ackislander. Find More Posts by Ackislander. Placename has a good idea. See if you can find a job before making the move, as your fiancee will almost definitely be able to get one wherever you are able to land something. RNs are in demand, and unfortunately, people with degrees in marine science have a tougher time finding something.

My daughter is one of them They landed in FL only because her DH took a job teaching at a college here. Unemployment is high. Home prices are much higher than TX despite the bursting of the bubble. They live in St Pete and are struggling to get their 5 year old into a decent school through a lottery system. Elementary schools!

I know that's down the road for you, but something to think about. That wasn't something you ever had to give a thought to!! Though we lived in TX for a long time, we also lived in FL during my husband's career, and got back asap after retirement. It is our lifestyle, though it is pretty much the same one you enjoy in Corpus. No state income tax is a draw for sure. I've enjoyed the times we've been to Miami, but the people who were transferred there with my husband's company, could not wait to get out, and they were people who were accustomed to urban environments.

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As in my previous reply. I was looking at how to move last year. Mine was with the intention of retiring there and I thought I would have enough money spare.

No way. The restrictions are still the same as moving there and working. One person whos villa we sometimes stay at had his pool 'cage' ab. It was covered on insurance but he lost over a months rentals and the insurance has now doubled. Buy a time share and be happy as we have become at being able to stay there for weeks a year.

My wife is an NHS midwife and although they are not technically allowed in certain areas of the States it's got something to do with doctors only being allowed to deliver babies or something like that she can retrain whilst there as she has a healthcare background. Last year a friend of mine was given the oppurtunity through her university to go and work for Disney for I think 3 months over the summer.

She turned it down though, the crazy girl! Yep, looked into it and did it! My ex and I had gone down to Plant City to visit a sick relative in Feb.


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We started looking for jobs and 6 months later, we made the move. I love living in Florida! I have been abroad for work for the past 3 months and I can't wait to get home to Orlando tomorrow night. Where did you move from?? You sound like you was already living in the US, if thats the case its whole different ball game for outsiders.

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I would gues you already lived in the States otherwise you could not have done it! The only hope is the rumour that a retirement visa was being contemplated last year. It has got no further than a rumour. Tip: All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers.

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Log in Join. Is easier, because Realtors share clients. In each major city and region e. A Realtor typically schedules viewings of multiple properties and accompanies the Buyer to each one.


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Time is saved and comparisons are easier. There is no need to spend time chasing lots of Realtors. All Florida Realtors are State licensed and regulated and can advise on all aspects of the purchase e. A firm contract is signed after agreeing the selling price. Featured Islamorada Florida Keys Waterfront home for sale. Investing in Florida real estate can help to balance your portfolio, for example by diversifying out of other types of markets e.