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UAE expatriate group wants more time for its kids

UAE expat group Fadell and his wife had hoped to stay in Kuwait, but when they arrived in March they found they were being sent back to the UAE.They were told they could apply for citizenship but the UAE embassy in Kuwait did not offer any help.They are now waiting for a decision by the

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The best jobs in India, by expatriate network

In the past few years, India has become an important exporter of skilled workers, and a hotbed of IT outsourcing.But for some expatriated expats, their jobs are now being squeezed.The biggest employers of Indian expats are the countrys largest IT companies.These companies have been growing rapidly in India in recent years.But they have been struggling

China’s economy is still growing, but still slow

China is on the brink of a major economic slowdown, but growth is still slowing despite a massive stimulus program in the form of a $2 trillion stimulus package.The National Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday said growth for the third quarter of 2016 was 0.8%, down from 0.9% in the previous quarter.That would be the

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How to manage your passport and stay in the United States

You can’t leave your passport at home.The government requires your passport be stored at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate, and you must bring it with you if you’re going to be in the country.If you’re planning to travel to another country, you must show your passport before you go.You can bring it back to your

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Expatriates ‘banned’ from travelling to New Zealand for work

Expatriate backpackers from New Zealand will have to leave the country if they want to get on a plane to New South Wales to visit family or friends.The Australian government said people will not be allowed to leave New Zealand unless they have a visa and work visa.It said expatriates will also be banned from

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How to help Pakistan’s expatriates survive the economic apocalypse

Pakistan’s economic woes are being driven by the country’s growing population, but it is also driven by a population that is struggling to find a work visa for the majority of expatriated expatriacy workers.According to a new study, the country is also losing a significant number of expats from the country as they are leaving

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How to get a good first impression of expats in Australia

Australia is a very different place than the US, with a different set of cultural values and customs.There is no national holiday and no national day of rest.There are no holiday days off.Even when there is, there are no paid holidays.There’s no holiday at all.In the UK, you have to spend the week on holiday,

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How to file your taxes with Expatriate Tax Filing with Expatistan?

In the United States, most expatriates pay income taxes on their U.S. income, but some are exempt from paying U.N. or European taxes.Here are the basics you need to know about filing for expatriation tax-free.Expatriation Tax Filling out the Filing form Expatriates must file their expatriated income tax return using Form 8562, Form 8563, or

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The U.S. is not in the business of paying refugees to leave

The United States is not the business, it’s the government, of providing resettlement packages for expatriates, the administration said Friday.But the president did not offer details about the specific program he plans to announce later in the day.It’s unclear how much the administration is willing to pay, though it is clear that some of the