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How to avoid the fear of expats

It’s a long list, but it’s one that the expatriate community desperately needs to keep in mind.We all know that some of the most common reasons people travel abroad are to get a job, to visit friends, to go to the movies, or to spend time with family.Some of the expats that have a problem

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10 expatriate pronunciations in Malaysia

List of 10 expat pronunciants in Malaysia.1.“Aan.”(pronounced “ah” like aa-uh)2.“An” (pronounce as if “an” was pronounced like ana)3.“Ade” (like “dee” or “die”)4.“Am” (as in “am” or aa)5.“Al” (say “al” like “ah”)6.“And” (in a way like “oh” or anh)7.“Bah” (for “by” or in a way “ah-bee”)8.“Catch” (to “kah-see”)9.“Cha” (instead of “cha” like cha)10.“Dah”(for “dah” or ah-bee)More

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Expatriates: What are they looking for in the United States?

The expatriate compensation category is defined as “a type of compensation offered for service or work outside the United Kingdom.”While this is a broad category, it encompasses many factors, including a person’s ability to return to the United State and/or their ability to access certain types of benefits, such as unemployment insurance and medical assistance.According