Aedmunds wrote:The very last thing it has in the intructions document: http://www.extranjeria.gov.cl/ingles/fi ... ingles.pdf
Is this: "If your are a specialized technician or professional that will work in Chile and is affiliated to de
pension fund or Social Security in your country, request for SC-5." Is this something to do with what you guys are talking about? I don't see any other need for getting my degree legalized...
If you want to withdraw your pension fund when you return you must have a degree...... stupid law, mine is stuck here for life, i dont mind, i kinda plan on being here for a long time and seems like a good investment anyway
there is also another law that you can initiate from the beggining, you can sign a deceleration that you are taking care of your own pension fund requirements in your own country and your employer will pass the pension fund to that scheme, it is open to any "gringo" a degree is not required for that... i have a template for this deceleration if you need it/want it
i also have a template for the subject to contract contract required for the visa if you want it, most chilean companies have no idea how this works,
Ill put the disclaimer, i will not guarantee these to work, i have used them my self without a problem,