Turkey, South africa & Bosnia. which one. ??

  • kemoze

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    May 21, 2012 3:43 PM GMT
    Guys. i need anyone who is interested to imagine himself as an arabian guy. 23 years old. longing to have a new life and meet a boy friend for the first time. that guy applied for a visa to be legally in aussie but he got rejected and lost more than 75% of his money to prepare for that visa. now you are on his shoes. and you want to just go to any place and you got 3 places on ur mind.

    1- Turkey 2- South africa 3- Bosnia. icon_idea.gif



    which one would you choose if you are on my shoes.however i might be illegally staying there after moving on a visit visa. and what information would you look for and what would you do to make things work out .icon_question.gif ??


    please guys. i am so nervous and kind of frustrated to take the right decision !! so if you imagine yourself being in my situation you might give me better advice.

    thanks in advance icon_neutral.gif
  • Import

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    May 21, 2012 4:11 PM GMT
    Dude, those are 3 crap countries, no offense.

    I mean South Africa I guess might be ur best option, being that they allow same-sex marriage and have laws on the books protecting sexual minorities.

    Turkey no
    Bosnia? Hell fucking no.
  • kemoze

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    May 21, 2012 4:24 PM GMT
    Import saidDude, those are 3 crap countries, no offense.

    I mean South Africa I guess might be ur best option, being that they allow same-sex marriage and have laws on the books protecting sexual minorities.

    Turkey no
    Bosnia? Hell fucking no.


    finally someone came up with something to tell.

    first thank you so much.

    but south africa has a very high percent of pple with AIDS and this really scares me . as i never had sex before and i feel freak to think about it. besides the economic conditions in south africa like. high unemployment rate. and violence.

    but Turkey doesnt allow same sex marriage however they dont prohibit guys from having sex. i thought i might move to Istanbul so. do u still think south africa is better.
    i can get a tourism visa during one month.. so....
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    May 21, 2012 4:39 PM GMT
    Common Turkey is way better than any country u mentioned !
  • kemoze

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    May 21, 2012 4:45 PM GMT
    Sam_u_el saidCommon Turkey is way better than any country u mentioned !


    i guess so, but i have no idea what would my situation be when i stay illegally there.

    but i really like Istanbul but i can speak only Arabic and English. any thoughts . guys.
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    May 21, 2012 7:03 PM GMT
    نحن الرجال العرب هم حقا جاذبية
    لا يتحدث اللغة العربية كثيرا في تركيا لكن كثيرا من الناس يتحدثون بها
    انها لغة رابعة هنا
    الإنجليزية هي ثالث
    ولكن في وسعها وسط شرق البلاد ليكون في كامل الاجتماعية
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    May 21, 2012 7:03 PM GMT
    I am an Arab who can't speak Arabic
    cuz i was raised in India where Arabic is hardly spoken
  • kemoze

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    May 21, 2012 7:15 PM GMT
    Sam_u_el saidI am an Arab who can't speak Arabic
    cuz i was raised in India where Arabic is hardly spoken
    .

    in india. icon_eek.gif i have never seen arabs born or even live in india. i work with some indians and my boss is indian some of them are really kind and helpful. arabic is one of the most difficult languages. if you learn formal arabic u cant speak informal arabic. and different accents makes u more confused when u meet different pple from different arab countries though.. i think i will try to learn Turkish.
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    May 21, 2012 7:55 PM GMT
    kemoze said
    Sam_u_el saidI am an Arab who can't speak Arabic
    cuz i was raised in India where Arabic is hardly spoken
    .

    in india. icon_eek.gif i have never seen arabs born or even live in india. i work with some indians and my boss is indian some of them are really kind and helpful. arabic is one of the most difficult languages. if you learn formal arabic u cant speak informal arabic. and different accents makes u more confused when u meet different pple from different arab countries though.. i think i will try to learn Turkish.


    Lol
    India has about 100,000 Arabs living there
    I was one of them !
    Bihar has many of them
    Pakistan which was a part of India before separation has many arabs too !icon_razz.gif
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    May 21, 2012 7:56 PM GMT
    I am happy with speaking English
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    May 21, 2012 11:32 PM GMT
    Why was you Australian visa declined? Its pretty easy for young men to get in to Australia, we need more of them.
    What visa did you apply for? A student visa, or 457? If you were the subject of a fraud you can appeal the judgement made by the Immigration department, its quite difficult to navigate but possible. I have some experience with MENA applicants so message my profile if you want some help.icon_smile.gif
  • kemoze

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    May 22, 2012 3:11 PM GMT
    Sam_u_el said
    kemoze said
    Sam_u_el saidI am an Arab who can't speak Arabic
    cuz i was raised in India where Arabic is hardly spoken
    .

    in india. icon_eek.gif i have never seen arabs born or even live in india. i work with some indians and my boss is indian some of them are really kind and helpful. arabic is one of the most difficult languages. if you learn formal arabic u cant speak informal arabic. and different accents makes u more confused when u meet different pple from different arab countries though.. i think i will try to learn Turkish.


    Lol
    India has about 100,000 Arabs living there
    I was one of them !
    Bihar has many of them
    Pakistan which was a part of India before separation has many arabs too !icon_razz.gif


    waw .. i hope thats a right number. actually i thought there are no arabs at all living in india. but for me i really like the indian cultures but their food is way spicy i even tried to learn their language. you have no idea how much i like my boss.. he is achieve accountant and some times i lend him money cuz he always invests in stock exchanged. and some times i borrow money from him and right now i kept some money with him even though i dont know where he lives.icon_smile.gif
  • kemoze

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    May 22, 2012 3:13 PM GMT
    northoz saidWhy was you Australian visa declined? Its pretty easy for young men to get in to Australia, we need more of them.
    What visa did you apply for? A student visa, or 457? If you were the subject of a fraud you can appeal the judgement made by the Immigration department, its quite difficult to navigate but possible. I have some experience with MENA applicants so message my profile if you want some help.icon_smile.gif


    omg. didnt know that there are still some pple willing to give a hand. icon_razz.gif

    i am just back from work.. you made my day.. thanks man..
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    May 23, 2012 11:12 AM GMT
    I love Indian food !
    its the best sorry bestest !