My friends got it sent to their English address and it took two weeks to arrive. The actual consulate part took about ten minutes to take the firms in and such.
If u go in April would you find work?
workers normally don't pay to get into clubs. that said, it depends on what job you do.
Okay cool, finding a job should be pretty easy then!but as long as you're not the hunchback of notre dame, you'll be perfectly fine to find a job I think. it's much more about the attitude you show. ibiza is very international as you correctly write so no one will care if you're not looking swedish even if you've got a swedish passport. your nationality doesn't really matter all that much in ibiza (but the fact you have a swedish passport will at least enable you getting a NIE which is important to work legally).
Nice to get some actual confirmation that there are others that's in the same boat as me! But how careful should i be? I know I should always be careful but this feels like something that I'd might take easy and be more critical of. If i get offered by someone I know that his or her friend is looking to share what should my response be? Should I ask to meet up first? How does it usually go down? And is it usual to mix genders when sharing?lastly, almost no matter what job you do, even if it's got nothing to do with the nightlife industry, you'll get to know people that know people that will be able to sort you out for your club nights. maybe not for all of them and everytime, but contacts is the main word.