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U.S. expats on top of the list of foreign-born residents of Kuwait

The number of expats in the capital of Kuwait, where the U.N. is planning to send its first envoy, has risen to the top of a list of countries with the highest number of foreign nationals, a U.K.-based think tank said Monday.The World Bank, which works to support expatriating workers in the U.”s developing economies,

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Chinese expatriate, husband of Saudi diplomat arrested in Qatar

Qatar has arrested a Saudi expatriating husband of a Saudi diplomat for allegedly having sex with her.Al Jazeera English reports that the Saudi diplomat, identified only as A.M. and whose name has been withheld by the Qatar government, was arrested on Sunday.She was arrested while working on a project for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,

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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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Which country is the most expatriate-friendly? – Quebec

Quebec, Canada’s third-largest province, ranks at number two on the list of most expat-friendly provinces.Quebécois residents are generally well-liked by the people they have been living in for years, but are also highly sought after by expats who want to take advantage of the Canadian labour market and the country’s generous welfare system.Here are some

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What are the costs of staying in the United Kingdom for expats?

Posted February 06, 2020 07:23:56In a recent survey of expats in London, the University of Birmingham found that the cost of living in the UK is on average higher than in India.A study conducted by the University found that British expats who are British citizens make an average of $3,872 less annually than their Indian

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What it means for you and your family in Kuwait?

You may be in the UAE but if you’re not a resident of the country, you’re at risk of being deported if you leave.This is because, according to the Migration Policy Institute, you’ll be required to stay in the country for up to six months if you are: a national, permanent or non-permanent resident of