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    Quote Originally Posted by littleriv View Post
    Another thing to consider- have the best travel insurance that you can get for the duration of your trip. If you get sick or injured, you will need the best insurance possible.
    Yes. American could send anyone bust of you got sick there. A friends daughter ended up in emergency with a burst ovarian cyst. $22k later and only in for 18 hours in ED

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    Thanks for the tips.
    My dad is from the UK and my mum is from Italy. My sister got a working visa and lived in the uk for awhile. So I’m hoping to set up and work in the uk as a base or even Europe. I haven’t looked into visas at all as yet. My husband can set up an online business due to contacts but it would be commission based.
    Yep my kids are mid primary to mid high school. So hoping if we can work in uk they could do school there too.
    But that’s all based after 12 months of travel first depending on how we go. Before we leave we are hoping to have at least over $50k plus weekly rent to fund our travel for the first year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-DJ Nette View Post
    Do you have any family links to those countries? Without a dual citizenship or an employer to sponsor you, you might struggle to get any kind of working visa.
    Yes I family close family in uk and Europe. My parents were born in the uk and Italy

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    Also for the uk, you have to be 30 and under to getna working visa unless you have a parent/grandparent that was born there.

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    Default Travelling overseas with no plans to return home

    I’m fairly sure you can’t get a working holiday visa in UK/Europe if you have children. Do either of you have a grandparent born in the UK? You can get a 5 year visa based on that I think?

    We went to Europe on a working holiday visa and in general, you would want to have jobs lined up before you get there, unless you have a really comfortable amount of savings, or it can be quite stressful (and we did it pre-kids). We ended up staying over 6 years, but hubby has an EU passport which made it much easier to stay.
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    Yes my parents and grandparents are from UK and Europe.
    I did have a quick google and I may be able to get a ancestry visa

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    https://www.gov.uk/ancestry-visa/doc...u-must-provide

    This is the list of documents you’ll need. It’s long and time consuming so start now

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