Wtf? Why would you assume that they don't apply for a visa, even if they apparently don't need to. Not every Romanian works illegally in foreign countries, even if that's what you might like to thinkThemis wrote:so why can romanians still play? they simply dont apply for a working visa, its illegal but i guess they take the risk.
dont jump to conclusions, it true that i said romanians dont apply for work visas. but your conclusion that i think only romanians dont apply for work visas cause its a country of illegal workers, is just in no way a valid conclusion.alutza wrote:Themis wrote:even if they apparently don't need to.
In this thread only onur ozer and "romanian DJs" where addressed. so i only talk about them and not about DJs that weren't mentioned.
but to make my opinion more clear to you, i think most DJs (doesnt matter from where in the world) dont apply for work visas, i know i wouldnt. so most of them work technically illegal.
but big DJs from big agencys dont take the risk, thats what i wanted to say.
my goal was to clear up why romanians can play and onur ozer not, when i was under the impression both need work permits.
EDIT: also my informations were wrong, romanians dont need work permits Source: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/migrantworkers/documents.htm
also this whole confusion was brought into cause whisper12 did bring romanians into the discussion.
onur ozer is not romanian, and romanians dont need work visas - so they actually have no place in that discussion ^^