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1 post, 1 voice , Tagged: spanish spain work japan english
|Palepinkpetal 10 posts||
My boyfriend and i are still getting our degrees but once we do we were planning to take the TEFL course and then go and teach in Japan. After reading the guide to teaching in Japan i discovered that if you know german,french or spanish you have more of an advantage because Japan is constantly involving itself with other cultures and languages. This is a plus because both of us are fluent spanish speakers. The down side is he is a spanish citizen but speaks fluent english. In the guide it states to get a visa you need to be an english,canadian,american etc citizen. What would we have to do to be able to fix this on his behalf? Also i am a british citizen living in spain and i have a double nationality spanish/english. You don't think this would affect getting a visa would you?
Thanks a lot.