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Why you can’t take your smartphone to the beach without a visa

Travellers are being asked to return to the country where they’ve lived for years by the Government.Photo: Andrew Meares If you want to visit the beaches of South Australia, or any other part of the country, you’ll need to apply for a passport before you can get a tourist visa.The Government says the policy is

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Why I was able to become an expat software developer in Canada

By now, you’re probably wondering why I became an expatriates software developer.Or maybe you’re curious how it went for me.Or, you might want to know how you can become an international expat and a software developer and stay connected to your country of origin, too.I started out as a software engineer in Australia in 1998.In

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What is a Rabigh expat?

Rabigh is a nickname expatriate is given to a person who has come to India from a place other than their home country, as well as a nomadic person who spends much of their time outside of their home state.In 2018, Rabighs were the largest expatriated category in the UK, followed by expatriat nationals in

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How to avoid the fear of expats

It’s a long list, but it’s one that the expatriate community desperately needs to keep in mind.We all know that some of the most common reasons people travel abroad are to get a job, to visit friends, to go to the movies, or to spend time with family.Some of the expats that have a problem

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How to get a global expatriation insurance policy

For the first time in years, expatriates living abroad will be able to claim their global citizenship.According to the Department of Homeland Security, the program will be available from January 8, 2019.In an attempt to encourage more Americans to consider this option, the department has released an online guide that offers a number of practical

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How to celebrate the start of the FIFA Confederations Cup

10 July 2018 08:21:55 FIFA Confederates Cup is upon us.And the opening ceremony is here.For the moment, however, there is a lot of focus on the football.It’s an international competition in which more than 20 countries from around the world compete for the same prize pool, and the match is played over four days, with

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How to Spot the Next Expat in Thailand

An expatriating mother of two in Thailand, the daughter of an expatriated businesswoman, was recently granted a tourist visa and headed to the country of her choice.It’s a story of family.Karen, 34, a retired lawyer and former businesswoman living in Singapore, has been working for the Thai government since 2008, working in the Ministry of

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How to find affordable apartments in Dubai

Expatriates can find affordable housing in Dubai and elsewhere in the Gulf, but the number of such rentals available in the UAE is limited.In the past two years, there have been only about 10,000 expatriate apartments in the city.Dubai is the second-most-populous country in the world, after the United States, with nearly one million people.The