London, Van Bor, Estee discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

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But yeah, I think the fact that there is always something to do. Like, I grew up in a pretty small ish town. And it's like, I don't know. I always wanted to live in a big city. And yeah, I don't know. And I love the people here. I love the people so much hilarious. Yeah. Okay. Let's get to the next question. High Estee this Cassidy, I'm a longtime fan of yours. I wanted to ask you something that I kind of wanted to ask us civically for a while. So I'm American, but I'm living in London right now. I'm a student getting my masters, and luckily, I've been able to live here with a student visa, but soon once I'm done with my master's, I'm going to have to get a job and get a working visa, and I know obviously, you're Canadian and you've lived in London for a while. So I would just love to hear cut of how you maneuvered that logistically how did it work for you? What was the visa process like? I don't know if that's a boring question. But I think it could be relevant to a lot of people because I know a lot of people, especially, you know, in their twenties or so or trying to figure out how to live in another country, and I would just love to specifically here about what it was like for you moving to London. So thank you. I personally get a lot of questions about the visa process. People are really interested in the visa stuff. But I feel like it's different for everyone situation. So you have tirade. Yeah. I had to marriage visa, right? But I took long like I was quote unquote visiting and you know, you have a six month gap for you to visit yet I utilized that maybe like the first year before I actually got my visa, right which was a little difficult because traveling in and out there like how long you saying you're like a live here, but you know, visiting so use that for a bit because I was going back and forth quite often. And then when I got my marriage visa it actually came in within a month and a half. I did it in. Van Bor and the process was kind of long because they wanted to history of everything they wanted conversation. They wanted to make sure it was a real relationship. So which is good because I had conversations for like three years, prior and marriage, pictures, and everything. So I mean, it depends on the type of visa that. You you go in you get, but sometimes it could be a little tricky, especially if you do it during the wintertime 'cause that's when.

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