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What to Do With Your Stuff If You're Moving Abroad

Last week I asked Lifehacker readers to share their most pressing questions about about moving abroad. More than a few of you wondered: What the heck are you supposed to do with your stuff if you want to move abroad? Read more...
Tags: Travel, Lifehacks, Expat, Live Abroad


Staying forever: what to know before calling your favourite Australian spot “home”

Sydney, Australia remains to be a strong vacation spot with nearly since the start of this year, according to the National Visitor Survey. It’s not surprising given that Sydney Harbour is one of the top must-see spots. If you share a fondness for Sydney, you understand that there are sights and experiences there that make it an ideal place to live. If you are interested in migrating to Sydney or another favourite vacation spot and calling it your forever home, there are a few things you’ll ne...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Sydney, Travel Blog, NSW, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Australia, Sydney Harbour, Live Abroad, University of Southern Queensland Their, Better Health Channel If


Australia: The Ultimate Retirement Destination

Have you already starting thinking about what you’ll do after you retire? Assuming you’re among the 69 percent of Americans who saved a little something for retirement, you have lots of options for how you’ll spend those golden years. For many folks, retirement is a time to travel. Unfettered by work schedules and family obligations, hundreds of thousands of retirees hit the road each year to visit places they’ve always wanted to go. For others, fulfilling a previously unmet desire, like adopti...
Tags: Travel, Australia, United States, Sydney, Norway, Melbourne, Travel Blog, United States Australia, Live Abroad, Likewise Australia


Top 5 Countries with the Highest Number of US Expatriates

What we know as the American diaspora, or the population of American-born expatriates who now live outside of their home country, has burgeoned over the last decade. The reasons why more Americans are considering the expatriate life are varied in scope—they range from the economic to the cultural, and from the religious to the romantic. For some, life abroad is more adventurous, and ripe with promising employment opportunities that aren’t offered back home. Others are excited by the idea of en...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, India, Israel, US, Tel Aviv, Canada, Philippines, Travel Blog, European Union EU, South Asia India, Israel Israel, Live Abroad, Now Health International


5 Tips for Immigrants

Immigration is a beautiful tradition. Whether you’re aiming for a new life in the United States or Canada, you’re here because you’re looking for better opportunities for yourself and your family. Immigrating isn’t easy, and it can feel nerve-wracking at times to stay on the right side of the law, and all the legal requirements. When you can’t be legally employed, and you’re afraid of being deported, it can feel like a daily struggle to maintain your peace of mind. You can find success, however...
Tags: Travel, Los Angeles, Canada, United States, Social Security, Travel Blog, Live Abroad


7 Travel Gems That Are Perfect For Expats

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? Was it the coastal shores of Greece, the cozy neighborhoods of London, or the high mountain peaks of Asia? Life is too short to live in just one country your whole life. Regardless of wherever you dream of traveling, here are a few more places to keep on your radar if you are thinking about becoming an Expat! 1. Koh Samui, Thailand Not only is there year round tropical weather here, but the cost of living is affordable which made for...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Europe, London, Greece, Australia, Mexico, China, Africa, Spain, South Africa, Paris, Edinburgh, Madrid, Costa Rica, Central America


Good Reasons To Become A Singapore PR

Becoming a Permanent Resident (PR) in Singapore is a process that offers considerable advantages, and it’s well worth considering if you’re working in the country for an extended period. After working in Singapore for at least six months on any standard work pass (Employment Pass, EntrePass, S Pass, or Personalized Employment Pass), you’re eligible to apply for Singapore PR status. As of 2016, there were more than half a million Singapore PR holders living in the country, and that number grows ...
Tags: Travel, Singapore, CPF, Travel Blog, HDB, Live Abroad, Immigration Solutions


Countries that make it easy to move

An extended visa or residency is issued to grant international travelers entry into a country, and the ability to live (and sometimes) work there for an amount of time beyond the limits of a tourist visa. Each country has different requirements. Your intended occupation, your country of origin, and your intended length of stay are all factors in acquiring an extended stay visa. This article is written from the perspective of a traveler with a US-issued passport applying to live in another coun...
Tags: Travel, Google, Congress, Singapore, US, Spain, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Costa Rica, Nz, Svalbard, All, Travelers, U S Embassy


Find a job and move to Iceland

It’s extremely difficult to visit Iceland and not fall in love with the place. If you’re dreaming of moving here, be sure to do some research before jetting! Moving to Iceland isn’t as easy as you may think, but this step-by-step guide will help you figure out how spend the rest of your days in natural hot springs. How to get an Icelandic Residence Permit: 1. Figure out which residence permit you’re eligible for. 2. Start getting your documents together. 3. Apply. 4. Wait. 5. When you get yo...
Tags: Travel, Google, Europe, US, Eu, Fbi, Iceland, Expats, All, Icelandic, National Health Insurance, Keflavik Airport, Work Abroad, Live Abroad, EU EEA, Icelander


An Imperative Guide for Expats Moving to Brazil

It is not without reason that expats who already live in Brazil are often found suggesting that others should not make the same mistake. Its cities, after all, suffer from lack of infrastructure, garbage problems, traffic snarls, pollution, and poverty. In recent times, violence and protests have added to the list. The Welcoming Locals A great thing about Brazil is the friendliness of the local population and most expats rate the attitude of locals toward foreigners positively. Many also add th...
Tags: Travel, UK, Brazil, Travel Blog, BRL, Live Abroad, Ria Payoneer Western Union MoneyGram


Managing an International Move

We all love to travel to faraway destinations, but what about when a job comes calling that would involve a major uproot and move to a new city. Most people would tell you that of course they’d love to move somewhere totally new, but when faced with the logistics of pulling off a move like this, some would be surprised to find all the small details that are contained within a successful international move. Moving is never easy, and it only gets more complicated when you’re moving across nationa...
Tags: Travel, Florida, California, Germany, Toronto, United States, Montreal, Travel Blog, Live Abroad


5 Countries Who Will Pay You to Live There

There are a lot of different reasons why people leave their home countries behind. Some people are looking to escape poverty or a tough economy, while others are simply hoping to explore the world and experience new ways of living. For many people who decide to live and work outside of their home country, working abroad offers something that they would not be able to have otherwise. No matter what your reason is for wanting to leave your home country and live somewhere else, you are going to wan...
Tags: Travel, Asia, South Korea, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, China, Middle East, Uae, Travel Blog, Jessica Kane, Singapore Singapore, Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia, China China, South Korea South Korea, Live Abroad


No more excuses – Practical Tips for How to Live Abroad

“I want to travel more.” I’d venture to say 98% of the people asked what they wished they could do more of, they’d say travel. I have no stats, this is totally made up, but I’m sure most would agree it’s a common answer.  Everyone would love to travel more or learn how to live abroad. I believe American’s especially. We get hardly any days off, no less paid vacation! In fact, we have the least paid leave in the world! That last line is actually a fact. So Americans REALLY need some time off, p...
Tags: Google, Facebook, South Korea, Europe, Usa, UK, US, Canada, Bulgaria, NGO, Travel Blog, Visa, Living Abroad, Digital Lifestyle, Bobo, Nina