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How to report Russian expats in Switzerland

Expatriates from Russia who reside in Switzerland are now required to pay a special tax, but it’s a small price to pay for an easier, more convenient way to pay their taxes.The Swiss government announced that expats who are not resident in Switzerland, but have been registered as residents, will have to pay tax on

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How to avoid becoming a ‘Citizen of the World’

The Hebrew term expatriation refers to a process of emigration to the country of one’s choice.This can be done by moving to another country, such as Israel, or returning to the United States.Expatriation also involves moving temporarily to a new country to be closer to family and friends, while staying in the country as long

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Expatriates Hail Cars,Vehicles to Impress Malaysia

BAHRAIN — Expatriate immigration officials in Malaysia’s central city of Surabaya said Monday they have seen a spike in expatriate vehicle registrations in recent months, despite the country’s restrictive visa regime.Deputy chief executive officer of the Immigration Department, Mohd Shafeeq Hussain, said there had been a sharp rise in vehicle registrations over the past three

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How to Find the Right Movie to Live in Kuwait City

Jeddah: The city of Dubai is famous for its luxury resorts and sprawling green spaces, but it also has a huge number of expatriate residents, many of them living in Saudi Arabia.With this in mind, it’s easy to see why many of these people want to get into the entertainment industry, which is booming in

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How to calculate the expatriates’ allowance in arabs,sudan,egypt

In the past two years, expatriating Saudi Arabia, UAE, UAEA, Kuwait, Kuwaiti and Omani expatriated citizens have been receiving an estimated total of $2.7 billion in allowances under the so-called Expatriates Allowance Program (EAAP).The allowance was initially introduced in 2018 by Saudi Arabia as a measure to reduce the number of expatriators from the kingdom.But

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The United States to pay for immigration detention centers in Mexico

U.S. officials are planning to send some immigrants held at Mexico’s Ellis Island detention center to a small city in the Mexican state of Guerrero, a move aimed at curbing the flow of Central American immigrants to the United States.The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said it plans to send 10 to 12 men

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What is expatriate success?

A study published by the National Center for Expatriates and Foreigners (NCEF) and the International Federation for Ex-patriation and Cooperation (IFECA) reveals that expatriated workers in Denmark are on the rise.The study found that out of a total of 1,300 expatriating workers employed in Denmark, 87.5% are men and the remaining 6.3% are women.However, it

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How to live in a country with expatriate communities in Nigeria

AUSTRALIA’S expatriated communities are under attack in some parts of the country, with the latest example of a “bounty” operation targeting the majority-Muslim community.The community has been targeted by a campaign run by the Muslim League-Nigeria, which has been targeting the families of expatriation workers, with families being offered a “furnished home” in exchange for

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What’s next for the UK’s expatriates

A group of expats have launched a campaign to try and encourage the UK government to introduce a similar scheme to allow expats to apply for jobs in other countries. In the UK, most expats work for private companies, and they have a limited amount of work experience.The government has yet to make any decisions on