Europe News News - Emigrate UK Page 8

This is the category page for all Europe News news here on emigrate.co.uk, where you can view all the Europe News emigration news.

Brit High Commission replies to UK expats on Cyprus

Brit High Commission replies to UK expats on Cyprus
Expats on Cyprus finally get a reply to their FAQs from the British High Commission. Provided nothing changes in the meantime, British expats on Cyprus now have clarity on some of their most relevant post-Brexit questions. The most important issue for many was the time limit on residency applications, with the deadline now the end of this...

British expat couple in Spain win case against Rothschilds Bank

British expat couple in Spain win case against Rothschilds Bank
A British retiree couple in Spain have won their case against a major international bank, meaning they can keep their dream home in Benalmadena. In a familiar-sounding scam, British pensioners Marion and Barry Joyce were about to lose the life savings they’d invested in their Costa del Sol dream home as well as the house itself. The...

Learning Spanish should be a priority for Brit expats

Learning Spanish should be a priority for Brit expats
If you’re one of the many who’re now exacerbating their departure from the UK for a new expat life in Spain, learning Spanish is a priority. Many would-be British expats believe they don’t need to be fluent in the local language as they’ll be living within an existing expat community and rarely mixing with local people. However,...

Expats looking to settle in the Netherlands should consider The Hague

Expats looking to settle in the Netherlands should consider The Hague
If you’re planning to relocate to the Netherlands, The Hague could be your best choice. Amsterdam may be the capital city of the Netherlands, but The Hague is more than just an alternative. This lively city is the political heart of the popular country, with its rich history spanning the centuries when Holland was a major trader in the...

Advice for Brit expat drivers during the Brexit transition period

Advice for Brit expat drivers during the Brexit transition period
For established British expats and would-be new arrivals, the Brexit effect on driving in the EU needs to be understood. Firstly, almost everyone now knows that, until December 31 this year, everything as regards freedom of movement, healthcare and so on is still mostly set in tablets of stone. After that, it’s anyone’s guess what the...

Spain now officially the healthiest world country for expats

Spain now officially the healthiest world country for expats
For British expats already loving life in Spain and those desperate to get there before the door slams shut at the end of this year, Spain is now officially the world’s healthiest country. According to the highly respected Bloomberg ‘Healthiest Country’ index, Spain is now the planet’s healthiest location, topping out ahead of...

British expats in Portugal to lose their tax exemptions

British expats in Portugal to lose their tax exemptions
British expats living, working or retiring in Portugal are set to lose their tax-free status due to new government rules. As a result of a new amendment to Portugal’s 2020 budget, the foreign revenue brought in by British expats in the country will be taxed at 10 per cent. The new rule will not affect those who arrived in the country...

Brit expats in Spain furious over UK banks new overdraft charges

Brit expats in Spain furious over UK banks new overdraft charges
One of the most important aspects of emigration is setting up bank accounts in the new country whilst still retaining an account back home. For British expats heading for Spain, it’s the norm to keep a UK bank account as well as holding cash in a local Spanish bank, even although many Brits don’t exactly trust the Spanish banking...

New Year brings new laws for expat businesses in Czech Republic

New Year brings new laws for expat businesses in Czech Republic
As it is every New Year in the Czech Republic, expats with businesses or working in the country will need to take note of a raft of new rules. This new year, as usual, the set of new laws and regulations cover all businesses and workers in Prague and the wider republic, and include varied topics including a minimum wage boost and new ways...

Where to settle in Italy if quality of life is paramount

Where to settle in Italy if quality of life is paramount
If moving overseas as an expat is all about quality of life, the Italian lifestyle is as good as it gets, provided you’ve selected the most suitable smaller city or town. Italy may well be Europe’s most romantic place for a permanent lifestyle change, but all depends on your choice of town or city. No matter where in the world you’re...