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Expats in China undecided about Chinese green card

Expats in China undecided about Chinese green card
Almost a year ago, the Chinese authorities implemented their version of the USA’s Green Card, aimed at recruiting more overseas talent. Over the past few years, China’s popularity as an expat hub has soared, with entrepreneurs and expats looking to garner funds for start-ups flocking to the country’s massive cities. Seeing a chance...

UK and EU expat rights form part of new Brexit agreement

UK and EU expat rights form part of new Brexit agreement
Brexit transition terms have been agreed between David Davis and Michel Barnier during talks, although several issues remain unresolved. Breaking news on 19th March suggests a large part of the proposed Brexit agreement covering the transition period has been agreed between the two negotiators. Remaining issues include the Northern...

New Zealand skill shortages need multi focused solutions

New Zealand skill shortages need multi focused solutions
New Zealand businesses will struggle to grow if immigration law is tightened. Rumours that New Zealand lawmakers are considering the tightening of immigration rules are causing concern within companies needing to import top talent from overseas. The IT sector is especially worried, as a lack of talented expat experts could have...

US investor visas not just for the very wealthy

US investor visas not just for the very wealthy
If you thought a US investor visa was just for the mega-wealthy, you’d be wrong – at least for now. Admittedly, a good number of would-be expats might consider now is not the best time to emigrate to the USA and commit their savings to a US business, but the E-2 Investor Visa itself isn’t restricted just to those with hard cash....

Realities of being an expat in Thailand

Realities of being an expat in Thailand
Expat life in Thailand can be fulfilling and fun, but Westerners should never, ever forget the Land of Smiles is a very foreign country. The rumour that all expats who arrive in Thailand are fat, old, rich Westerners looking for a sexy Thai girlfriend may well be true in many cases, but not all. A good proportion of expat arrivals are...

How to get an Indonesian retirement visa

How to get an Indonesian retirement visa
One of the trickiest tasks when deciding on the perfect overseas retirement haven is finding a suitable destination with visa requirements matching your financial status. Indonesia is a recent entry in the long list of countries worldwide considered suitable for expat retirees. It’s a fascinating mix of cultures spread across an...

Amsterdam court decision gives hope to UK and EU expats

Amsterdam court decision gives hope to UK and EU expats
A court in Amsterdam has ruled a case presented by five British nationals must be forwarded to the European Court of Justice at the Hague. The Amsterdam court’s decision is a landmark legal ruling which may have positive results for UK expats uncertain about their post-Brexit rights to remain as EU citizens. The five plaintiffs, all...

May trashes hopes of EU expats arriving during Brexit transition

May trashes hopes of EU expats arriving during Brexit transition
British Prime Minister Theresa May told reporters during her Chinese trip she’s determined to deny rights to EU expats who arrive in the UK during the transition period. May’s comments are certain to provoke a new row with Brussels as they follow the EU’s offer of a ‘status quo’ transition period of just under two years. The...

Long stay expats and new arrivals urged to register with the Spanish padron

Long stay expats and new arrivals urged to register with the Spanish padron
If you’re still determined to emigrate to Spain before Brexit is finalised, you really do need to register with your local authority soon after you arrive. Local authorities in Costa del Sol towns popular with expat Brits are growing ever more concerned about the number of unregistered UK expats in their locality. Recently released...

Global economics study slams France as unattractive for expat professionals

Global economics study slams France as unattractive for expat professionals
A study undertaken by global economics organisation OECD has criticised France for its lack of attraction for skilled expat workers. The study's main target is France’s economic immigration system which, according to the OECD, desperately needs improvement and modernisation in order to supply the needs of its labour market. Although...