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Brit expats in the Netherlands advised of their post-Brexit rights

Brit expats in the Netherlands advised of their post-Brexit rights
Brit expats in the Netherlands are being urged to check their mail boxes for a notice informing about steps they must take in the event of a no-deal Brexit. British expatriates already working in the Netherlands as well as those about to relocate are to be informed by mail about their no-deal Brexit rights and how to stay in the country....

Dutch schools gearing up for influx of expatriate pupils

Dutch schools gearing up for influx of expatriate pupils
Dutch primary schools in The Hague, Amsterdam and Eindhoven are attempting to gear up for an expected influx of expat pupils over the next few years. The move is in response to the increasing numbers of expat professionals arriving to take up jobs in the IT and technical sector due to a skills shortage in the local population. For...

Expats in China now feeling effects of tax changes

Expats in China now feeling effects of tax changes
Expatriate entrepreneurs considering heading for China are reminded to consider the effects of the government’s recent tax changes. A huge number of expatriates have arrived in China to take advantage of the country’s tax laws giving a five-year tax exemption on their worldwide earnings. New laws introduced late last year now state...

Vietnam becoming ever more popular as an expat hub

Vietnam becoming ever more popular as an expat hub
Expats are flocking to Vietnam as its reputation soars. Vietnam’s progress over the past decade is impressive, to say the least, and the formerly war-torn country is showing no signs of slowing down. Of course, it’s not perfect, but it’s now on track to achieve economic growth of six per cent in 2019, aided by foreign investment in...

EU expats in the UK are disgusted at ?pay to stay? Brexit Christmas video

EU expats in the UK are disgusted at ?pay to stay? Brexit Christmas video
Whilst most news stories about Brexit’s effect on expats have concentrated on Britons in Europe, EU expats and their families are now disgusted about the tone of the Home Office’s Brexit video. According to media reports, ‘disgusted and angry’ are just two of a considerable number of negative emotions felt by EU expats living and...

Expats in Zhoushan now have a one-stop-shop for visas and permits

Expats in Zhoushan now have a one-stop-shop for visas and permits
Expats working in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang’s major city of Zhoushan are now able to get all the necessary permits at a recently-opened one-stop-shop. In an effort to make life and doing business easier for new arrivals in the city, its Public Service Bureau now offers a single-visit service linked to an online...

Unusual jobs for those desperate to join the expat exodus

Unusual jobs for those desperate to join the expat exodus
Since the turn of the millennium, the numbers of people leaving their home countries to work, study, retire, start a business or simply wander the planet as a digital nomad have soared. Expat professionals have seen their bank balances swell and their qualities of life change to luxury from liveable, and volunteers have made life more...

UK-trained expat teachers now a must-have for overseas international schools

UK-trained expat teachers now a must-have for overseas international schools
The British education system is renowned the world over, although many in the UK consider it’s past its prime and needs an update. Research shows an increasing worldwide demand for expat teachers who trained at UK universities. International schools are in the front line as regards recruitment, as almost half now offer a British-based...

Nigeria?s tech industry is fading fast due to brain drain

Nigeria?s tech industry is fading fast due to brain drain
Nigeria’s former storming tech hub ecosystem has attracted hundreds of millions in investment, but is now losing out to other tech heartlands due to salary shortfalls. The African state was one of the first to recognise the financial potential of the boom in tech, creating a decade of tech hub launches, triumphs and the arrivals of tech...

What?s in it for expat professionals in Africa?

What?s in it for expat professionals in Africa?
Perhaps the majority of relocating expatriate professionals don’t see themselves as developing their careers in Africa, but this fascinating continent has much to offer those willing to try. The majority of expats living all across Africa are professionals on reassignment from their multinational companies and are working in the oil,...