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Hope everyone is doing well after the "wettest winter in 20 years". I am looking forward to seeing all of the snow!
This will be my 3rd consecutive spring/summer living in el Sur.
I am planning on beginning the process to become a resident. I will try to research past forum posts to answer my questions.
Right now my basic question is:
With 4 days left in the USA, what should I do/obtain to make the process easier/faster? (8th grade proof of graduation?, interpol background check?)
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You won't be able to do it in just 4 days, but I recommend legalizing a degree(s), assuming you have one. I guess you could get the ball rolling now with the local public notary (also assuming that you're in the same state as where said degree was obtained).