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Daniel De Biasi, the Emigrant's Life Podcast voice, grew up in Italy, a country visited by thousands of tourists every year because of its rich culture and history. While many would wonder why Daniel decided to leave his beautiful country, he recounted how Italy's economic and political imbalance led him to the path of being an emigrant. With absent knowledge of speaking in English, Daniel bravely began his journey as an emigrant in the Land of the Long White Cloud - New Zealand. Living in New Zealand was Daniel's eye-opener to the world outside of Italy. There he learned how to speak English and meet impeccable people that showed him New Zealand's distinct culture. Despite being absorbed and slowly adapting to the country, Daniel had to leave New Zealand as he could not get a visa to stay there permanently. Instead of living again in Italy, he made his way to Canada - a move he thought would be more relaxed. Contrary to Daniel's expectations, moving to Canada was a dreadful obstacle he had to face. Despite these, his perseverance and strong determination led him to finally getting a permanent residency visa in the country. When COVID happened, Daniel started his podcast, Emigrant's Life Podcast - a platform for fellow emigrants to share their wondrous emigration stories.
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Leaving your country, family and friends can be very scary. On top of that, there's a lot of uncertainty. "What am I going to do when I get there? Can I afford it? How can I find a job? What visa do I need?" Those were some of the questions I asked myself when I left my country. Now 8 years, 2 countries later and many interviews with people who've done it, I can help you do the same. Simply reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit this page to schedule a call with me.
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