I believe I already mentioned that I recently moved to Canada: there are really lots of flying opportunities here, and it is definitely better for me than some African or Asian country.
As you probably know, I have FAA and EASA licenses, and I had to convert my FAA CPL into the Canadian one. While it is still in progress, and I cannot fly here, I needed some way to keep my proficiency.
Fortunately the US is very close to Canada, and my license allows me to fly in the US. The problem is that I still need a visa to enter there.
Actually it is not a problem, it just takes some time to wait for the interview, and finally the date has come and I got my visa approved.
Finally I made at least some progress in my prospective career. At least I can pass the IPC (Instrument Proficiency Check) and apply for the Canadian Instrument Rating, and, of course, spread my rusty wings and regain my proficiency. I booked a trip to Denver in some weeks – it will be fun!