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How to get a job in Paris if you are an expatriat

French nationals in Paris, the capital, can get a leg up on the job market if they have a work permit from the United States.They can qualify for a salary of $25,000 and a two-year guarantee to cover medical expenses if they get a serious injury or illness, according to a U.S. website.But expatriates in

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Why you should stay and eat expats

Expatriates are coming to America in droves, and the trend is expected to continue in the years to come.They’re coming to take advantage of the country’s favorable immigration laws and cheap labor, and they’re eager to get the job done.But they’re not coming alone.Many expats want to earn their living in the United States as

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Which countries get the most expatriates and why?

In the past few months, we’ve learned that a lot of people who come to Switzerland and work abroad have an option to transfer their money to the Swiss National Bank, which helps them keep their assets in the country.It is a complicated system, though, because there are lots of different banks in the world,

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How to get a condo in Saudi Arabia

In a country where nearly a third of its citizens live in poverty, Saudi Arabia is one of the wealthiest countries in the world.Its citizens enjoy the same rights and freedoms as their American counterparts.Yet, Saudi citizens do not have access to the same freedoms as American citizens.Expatriating a foreign national can bring some serious

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What the U.S. Really Says About Its Immigrant Population

By the time President Donald Trump announced that he would pull out of the Paris climate accord last month, his administration was widely seen as having made an aggressive move against the international community.This week, though, a different narrative emerged from Trump’s White House: The U.N. and other international institutions, led by the United States,

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How to find out if your local expatriates are in Chile

Chilean expatriats in Chile may be the first group to face problems with the country’s anti-corruption laws.It is a sensitive issue with a long history.Many Chileans live abroad and work in Chile.The country has an extradition treaty with the US and has strict rules on how to deal with fugitives who have not yet been

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How to make a taxi without a visa or driving licence

Expatriates can now use a vehicle to pick up and drop off passengers in Hong Kong, a move that has raised eyebrows in the United States.The move is being hailed as a step towards the future of Hong Kong taxis, which are often a low-cost way of transporting goods across the city, particularly in the

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How to get the best of both worlds in the UK

The cost of living in Russia has jumped by 15 per cent over the past year and a half, with the cost of accommodation up 6 per cent and the cost for food up 15 per of a dollar.The latest figures from the Russian Government showed the average monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment was

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The 5 Most Expensive Places to Live in 2018

Expatriates are the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. population, and according to an analysis by Expatriate Care, their healthcare costs are more than five times more expensive than the average American.In 2018, they were the top-spending segment of all Americans for the first time, spending $12,500 per year on healthcare, according to Expatriated Care.The new