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What is the price of expatriate flats in riyadah?

expatriated apartments in rijadh, one of the most expensive parts of the city, are the latest luxury item to be offered by the riyat-owned real estate agent and the Dubai-based property broker, AIM Homes.The listing of AIM’s expatriating apartments in the rijat market has been available on its website for more than a week, and

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Why are expatriate homes in Saudi Arabia and Qatar so cheap?

expatriation is a global phenomenon. For the vast majority of the world’s population, the idea of leaving home for an extended period of time is unthinkable. But there are a number of expatriated homes in the Middle East, and some in the region’s wealthiest countries, where living costs have been reduced by at least 80 per cent, and

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Which is more important: The money you save or the health care you get?

On Thursday, ExpatInsurance.com and Cigna Expatriate Insurance posted on their websites that the average American is $17,000 in debt and $8,000 out of pocket.If they spend $15,000 on health insurance, they are at risk of losing about $16,000, or $20,000 a year, they wrote.They added that if they invest that money, they could get more

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Why do expatriates choose to stay in France?

French expatriate families are flocking to France for the summer.The country is experiencing its hottest summer on record and some of those families are deciding to stay longer.The Economist reports: The French government says it has seen a sharp increase in the number of French nationals choosing to stay abroad for longer, particularly in the

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Expatriate India: A World of Expatriates

India’s Expatriot movement is thriving after the country was granted citizenship by the Supreme Court in April.Now, the expatriation movement is on the rise as the country prepares to welcome the next generation of expats to the country, but one group is making the country’s expats feel like second-class citizens.Expatriot groups are growing by the

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Why I Quit India and Became an Ex-American in 10 Years

I had been in India for only 10 years.When I arrived, I was the only Muslim in the house.When the first car in my new neighbourhood was sold, I felt guilty.A Muslim, by virtue of the country I came from, was not a real part of my identity.I couldn’t find any sense of belonging, but

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How to find an expatriate restaurant in Malaysia

Expatriate restaurants are a growing trend in Malaysia.It is now estimated that there are around 2,000 expatriates living in Malaysia today.There are several expatriating restaurants in Malaysia, ranging from the local foodie and coffee shops to the high-end restaurant chains.However, most of these restaurants are run by local residents and are often not welcoming to

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How to get a visa for your ex-partner

The visa process for a new partner or a partner with a criminal record is very different in India than it is in the United States, and there are no easy steps to get through it, a former diplomat said.“Indian visa agencies have strict rules about when to take a photograph, the duration of the

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Expatriate Monaco to take over the world of expatriate banking, banknotes

Expatriots have been voting for this moment in history for years.They have been fed up with their politicians and the media who refuse to say anything about the economic disaster and their economic pain, and their political leadership who refuse even to acknowledge it.Their voices have been ignored, they have been told they are stupid,