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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

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How to Know if You’re an Enemy of Expatriation

We know that expatriates are a minority group and are subject to discrimination by many nations in the world.Expatriate rights groups have been fighting against this discrimination for many years, and recently, a Supreme Court ruling gave them a chance to fight back.The court held that expats must be treated as equal citizens, even if

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What is expatriate suisse and why is it a financial risk

What is the expatriated expat suisse?What is a expatriates’ expat and why do expats pay so much tax?Expatriate suisees are individuals or small businesses who are outside the country.They often live in the region of their destination, usually the US or Europe, for a period of time.They can claim the tax deduction, but they also

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Aussie expats are in desperate need of help

AUSTRALIA’S expats will soon be forced to get work visas, as the Government moves to clamp down on the visa-free regime for overseas Australians.Key points:Prime Minister says he will push to make Australia the first country to make work visas mandatory for overseas expatsWhat the Government is looking to do is put a cap on

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Hacker News: The most dangerous country to be expatriated

Hacker News is a popular destination for expatriate content, but its reputation as a dangerous place to live and work may be changing.The social news site is undergoing an overhaul to more closely align with the U.S. and improve its image.The changes will be rolled out over the next year, the company announced today.Hacker News’

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How to become an expatriating smartphone user in India

I want to introduce myself to my fellow expats in India.I want to take advantage of the fact that our country has a lot of expats.We’re always looking for ways to travel for work or social events and we like to stay close to family and friends.But we can’t always do it the way they

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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