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Expat parent options for Russian public and private education

Expat parent options for Russian public and private education
If you and your family are heading to Russia due to a reassignment, finding a suitable school for your children is a must. For parents moving overseas on relocation, finding suitable schools for their offspring is a must. Although Russia is still considered as a developing country, its primary schools are rated as being one of the better...

Expats in Southern Spain less than impressed by new exercise rulings

Expats in Southern Spain less than impressed by new exercise rulings
Expats all along Spain’s southern coastline were looking forward to governmental loosening of its lockdown. Expats living in the Costa Brava and Costa del Sol regions of Spain had been eagerly awaiting information on a loosening of the country’s strict lockdown regulation, but are now calling it farcical for its instructions as to who...

Expats in Portugal celebrate the end of the state of emergency

Expats in Portugal celebrate the end of the state of emergency
Expats in Portugal are relieved and happy about the government’s ending of the state of emergency. Midnight on Saturday will be the time for expats in Portugal to celebrate the ending of the popular country’s state of emergency. An announcement by the republic’s president had been eagerly awaited by nationals and expats alike, as the...

Brit expats worried over higher food and insurance costs due to covid-19

Brit expats worried over higher food and insurance costs due to covid-19
With the economic effect of the coronavirus pandemic looming, would-be expats calculating their monthly needs should watch out for sudden price hikes. No-one’s certain how badly the pandemic will affect investments, savings, pensions, exchange rates and world economic health, but for would-be expat retirees calculating their financial...

What’s it really like for expats in lockdown Italy

What’s it really like for expats in lockdown Italy
Those looking to expatriate from the home country can find online accounts of the lifestyle in their chosen destination which can help with decision- making, but what happens nowadays with almost every norm unrecognisable due to the pandemic? For several decades, Europe has been a favourite location for British expats due to freedom of...

Archaic Spanish law forces expats and locals to re-register their cars

Archaic Spanish law forces expats and locals to re-register their cars
If you’re an expat planning to arrive by car in Gibraltar via Spain and your vehicle has Gibraltar registration, it’s time to change plans! As part of the continuing conflict between Spain and the Rock, Spain’s anti-coronavirus battle is now making life difficult and expensive for expat residents in Gibraltar who’ve used their...

British expats in Spain looking to Portugal for their next move

British expats in Spain looking to Portugal for their next move
Pre–Brexit Brit expat exodus from Spain sees Portuguese property prices soar. As the coronavirus pandemic causes fears that life in the Costas won’t ever be the same again, concerns about Brexit are adding to the numbers of British expats in Spain deciding on Portugal as their preferred home from home. The numbers of those preparing...

Expats learning to love lockdowns via endless online offerings

Expats learning to love lockdowns via endless online offerings
Wherever expats are located during these difficult times, lockdown doesn’t have to be so devastating due to the many essential, free online services. Expats living and working overseas are on the front line as regards the effects of the huge number of lockdowns now taking place in the majority of world countries. Not having the freedom...

Italy rates highly as an expat family destination

Italy rates highly as an expat family destination
If you’re planning to expatriate as a family, Italy is one of Europe’s most family-friendly destinations. Italy’s long, impressive history, its climate and its delicious food are famous all over the world, with expat communities now formed and welcoming in all the romantic country’s larger cities. Already popular with immigrant...

Expat house hunters in Italy could well bag bargains after the pandemic ends

Expat house hunters in Italy could well bag bargains after the pandemic ends
If Italy is your favourite for a new life as an expat, house price reductions could save you money. If there’s one thing that’s certain about the worldwide effects of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s that house prices will fall as economies struggle to recover. Although the majority of Italian properties aren’t exactly expensive to...