Does she want to work at all? The obvious solution would be for her to find a job overseas and then for you to try and get a job in the same country. But this is only any good if she has some kind of job that will allow her to transfer overseas. Pity she's ruled out English teaching as in many places that will be her best bet. Otherwise, if she isn't planning to work, which means you are happy to support her, then pick a country where she can get relatively long entry without working. That way you get yourself a job with accommodation etc and she just comes to visit for a few months at a time. Cambodia would be the first place that springs to my mind. From what I've heard you can get a business visa there just for the asking. This second solution would actually work very well if you chose your country properly. Most teachers I know head off overseas pretty much every holiday so the two of you would be able to leave the country together each time you had a holiday and then she'd apply for a new visa on re-entry. And while I realise this must be a bit of a pain consider yourselves lucky. At least you have the whole EU open to you.