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Fearful Brit expats in EU given hope by ECJ ruling

Fearful Brit expats in EU given hope by ECJ ruling
As Brexit’s depths become even more murky, a ray of light via the European Court of Justice is giving hope to confused, fearful British expats. According to a top ECJ official, the UK may unconditionally and unilaterally withdraw from Brexit should it so wish. The decision of the EC’s Attorney General is non-binding but highly...

Prague and the Czech Republic growing more popular as a relocation destination

Prague and the Czech Republic growing more popular as a relocation destination
The Czech Republic now boasts more than 500,000 expat workers. Reports by three major Czech Republic ministries have confirmed that the number of migrants living and working in the country is at its highest ever. Over half a million expatriates, mostly from other European states, are employed in international company head offices and...

Expat families in Split call for an international school

Expat families in Split call for an international school
The Croatian city of Split is now a growing expat hub, but expat families desperately need an international school. Formerly just a popular tourist destination for its charming Old Town, the Croatian city of Split is finally becoming an international destination for expatriates working for newly-arrived companies. As a result, the expat...

Meerhoven is latest hub for hi-tech expat professionals

Meerhoven is latest hub for hi-tech expat professionals
The Netherlands city of Meerhoven is the latest Dutch hub for expat professionals. As Amsterdam, Rotterdam and the Hague become more expensive for expat entrepreneurs, the Dutch city of Meerhoven is taking over as the latest expat hub. As the regional economy grows, more and more expats are coming to the city from across the world,...

Changing your Dutch expat health insurance policy every year

Changing your Dutch expat health insurance policy every year
Expats in the Netherlands are being encouraged to adjust their private healthcare insurance to avoid being overcharged. In the vast majority of expat hubs across the world, private healthcare insurance is a necessity but can also wreck the budgets of all but the most financially comfortable foreign workers. The Netherlands is no exception...

Subsidence now a real threat to expat homeowners in the Netherlands

Subsidence now a real threat to expat homeowners in the Netherlands
If you’re planning to emigrate to the Netherlands, start a business and buy a home, take care over which location you choose! It’s a well-known fact that the Netherlands in its entirety is located below sea level and is only kept dry by its brilliantly structured network of sea walls and dykes, but recent reports suggest it may be...

European Court of Justice throws out Brit expat referendum challenge

European Court of Justice throws out Brit expat referendum challenge
British retired expats in EU member states have lost their referendum challenge based on disenfranchisement. The European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has rejected a case brought by Harry Shindler and others which claimed the 2016 Brexit referendum was invalid due to over a million British expats being blocked from voting. The French...

Is Croatia a new hub for would-be expats?

Is Croatia a new hub for would-be expats?
Croatia is yet another up-and-coming destination for would-be expats looking to embrace the unfamiliar. Initially an increasingly popular holiday destination, the charms of this lesser-known European state are now persuading would-be expats to make it home for at least a while, either by finding a job, starting a small business or...

Why is the online free press no longer free for British expats?

Why is the online free press no longer free for British expats?
At this crucial moment in time, gaining access to information about Brexit’s effect on the lives of UK expats all over Europe is essential, especially in Spain and France, both favourite retirement hubs for Brit pensioners. Up until very recently, Brexit and other news in the English language was freely available online to UK citizens...

Dublin tops survey listing for unaffordable accommodation

Dublin tops survey listing for unaffordable accommodation
Results of the recently published Expat City Ranking survey are bad news for expats heading to Dublin. The Republic of Ireland’s capital, Dublin, has attracted a good number of expat professionals over the past few years, but the results of a recent survey aren’t doing its formerly positive reputation any favours. According to...