windsportinperu wrote:Bad news for Venezuelans.
They are not welcome anymore in Brazil.
windsportinperu wrote:Venezuelan girl shows her reason why she chose Peru (instead of Chile or Argentina):
Cheap cost of living, kindness, food, climate, easy to make your own micro-business.
Peru as she says is a blessed country..
I hope that Peruvians try to refrain from giving in to xenophobia - in every kind of nationality there are bad apples - including our own - and we have sent enough immigrants around the world to know what having to put up with racism and xenophobia is like - no need to do it ourselves now the 'shoe is on the other foot' if the Venezuelans aren't our people who are deserving of our help then who are?
billybob72 wrote:As a newly appointed citizen of Peru (and now recognised as 'Peruvian by birth') I have been following the refugee crisis from Venezuela and am glad that the Peruvian government opened its doors in the way it did to help people fleeing from chaos and danger and I felt have led by example in regards how to welcome Venezuelans.
The liklehood is that when the situation improves in Venezuela, most of them will return home but history will remember this kind and charitable act - missing from a lot of modern governments these days, and the ones that do end up staying in Peru will - I am sure - be a huge benefit to our country in the long run.
I hope that Peruvians try to refrain from giving in to xenophobia - in every kind of nationality there are bad apples - including our own - and we have sent enough immigrants around the world to know what having to put up with racism and xenophobia is like - no need to do it ourselves now the 'shoe is on the other foot' if the Venezuelans aren't our people who are deserving of our help then who are? (Goes without saying though that we deport criminals - wherever they are from...)
Slippin' Jimmy wrote:
Well, I wish these Venezuelan women would leave the married Peruvian men alone.
I got two family members who have cheated on their wives with Venezuelan women that have immigrated to Peru.
Can't they find some single guys?
mrsteak wrote:I would distribute the 150.000 migrants across UK, France, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Switzerland - that would hardly create any chaos.
windsportinperu wrote:Maduro’s Communist Party is now supporting the invasion of private properties by anyone who is “chavista” (belongs to the party). It is part of the “Plan ubica tu casa"
The respect for private property is over
Spaniards living 50 years there, lost their hotel
DC_20833 wrote:I believe Peru will stop issuing work permits on December 31, 2018, to Venezuelans that is going to be tough because things are supposed to get worse in Venezuela in 2019 not better ...
windsportinperu wrote:Hello DC
Moral: if we want to have long term loyal personnel , treat them well
DC_20833 wrote: Employers have a big problem here with employees threatening to go to the Labor Ministry according to the employers and corporate lawyers here. The Peruvians have done this to themselves.
windsportinperu wrote:Her experience of living in Peru after more than 1 year. At the beginning I thought she was Peruvian because has totally lost her Venezuelan accent
* Good comments for the street breakfast at S/. 1 made from Maca. Very nutritive and give you good energy during the morning
* She has grown as a person, and learned a new meaning of working hard
* She has learned about gastronomy and music (cajon peruano, vals peruano, etc)
* She learned to prepare ceviche , pisco-sour and chicha morada while working at a Restaurant
* Finally she thinks that she is like a new person, with new values as work hard, motivation for doing the things well, more responsibility at work, etc.
* She is very grateful to the tons of new good experience has learned here