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Oz to bar new migrants from settling in Melbourne and Sydney

Oz to bar new migrants from settling in Melbourne and Sydney
If you’re thinking about emigrating to Australia, forget about Melbourne or Sydney as your home town. Unless you’re reassigned to Oz by your company or have family in the country, you’re about to be barred from settling in Sydney or Melbourne. Australia’s new plan to alleviate pressure on the two cities’ healthcare, schools,...

Cyprus pledges residency rights for British expats

Cyprus pledges residency rights for British expats
As time runs out and a no-deal Brexit looms, the Cyprus government has decided British expats who’ve been living on the island for five years by December 31, 2020 will be given residency rights which include their family members. The Cypriot Interior Ministry’s announcement came as a huge relief for worried British expats on the...

Brexit advice for Brit expats in Italy

Brexit advice for Brit expats in Italy
If you’ve just moved or are planning a pre-Brexit move to Italy, you’ll need to get clued up on what’s necessary before the UK leaves the EU at the end of March next year. Most British expats living in Italy are convinced one result of Brexit will be a total bureaucratic nightmare for those living in European Union member states....

Amsterdam expat fair kicks off 7th October

Amsterdam expat fair kicks off 7th October
For newly arrived expats and for those considering a Netherlands relocation, this annual expat fair is a don’t miss event. For talented professionals who’ve the Netherlands on their short lists for relocation destinations, this expat-oriented one stop shop can answer most if not all of your questions. It’s a once-a-year event,...

Are the Caribbean nations best for second passports and golden visas?

Are the Caribbean nations best for second passports and golden visas?
Demand for citizenship by investment is booming, especially for visas offered by Caribbean nations. Professional wealth managers are coming out in support of the Caribbean nations’ golden visa plus second passport options. Basing their opinions on seven key indicators, wealth management firms are praising the Caribbean’s island...

Advice on buying a home in New Zealand

Advice on buying a home in New Zealand
Buying a new home in New Zealand is the goal of the majority of expats arriving to live, work or invest. Although home ownership doesn’t guarantee residency in New Zealand, it’s still the preferred option for many of those who’ve arrived to work and are now planning on staying long-term. It’s easy to fall in love with the islands...

Caymans expat demographic flips towards Asians

Caymans expat demographic flips towards Asians
Once an offshore, tax free haven for expats from the USA and Europe, the Caymans Islands are now attracting more Asians than ever before. Until recently, the British accounted for the majority of work permits allocated to expat incomers, but the tables are now turning towards Asians, expatriate Jamaicans and Indians. According to...

Visas for skilled expats wishing to work in New Zealand

Visas for skilled expats wishing to work in New Zealand
New Zealand is well-known as an expat destination, whether the motivation of the move is to find a job or a reassignment to the other side of the world. Expats have been arriving in New Zealand for many decades, and are still more than welcome should their skill sets match up with the stunningly beautiful country’s skills shortages....

Brexit select committee urges EU to officially protect UK expat rights

Brexit select committee urges EU to officially protect UK expat rights
Britain’s Brexit select committee has called on EU leaders to protect the rights of the one million UK citizens living in EU member states. \r\n\r\nAs Britain edges closer to a no-deal Brexit and UK expats in EU countries become even more afraid, Brexit select committee MPs are urging Brussels to ensure a public commitment to an estimated...

French property websites enjoying Brexit boom

French property websites enjoying Brexit boom
According to media reports, enquiries abut French properties have soared by thousands since the result of the Brexit referendum. After some years in the doldrums, houses standing empty for years are now being snapped up by Brits desperate to escape the Brexit effect before it’s too late. Prior to the referendum, France was no longer the...