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Will Brexit change the French attitude towards Brit expats?

Will Brexit change the French attitude towards Brit expats?
Moving to France or any other unfamiliar country is a massive lifestyle change. For decades, France has been a major destination for Britons looking to start a new life, whether with a new job, a relocation, a start-up or in retirement. The closeness of the home country is a major draw, especially if you’ve a network of close friends...

Medical expat professionals warned about burnout in USA hospitals

Medical expat professionals warned about burnout in USA hospitals
If you’re thinking of taking a new job in the USA, make sure you’re in perfect mental health before you go! The USA’s healthcare industry is as famous for its excellence as it is infamous for the massive cost of treatment, but a recent report claims its qualified professionals are on their last legs due to burnout. For decades,...

Is India a good choice for expat career progression?

Is India a good choice for expat career progression?
India may not be the first country which springs to mind as an expat professional destination, but the reality can bring on a pleasant surprise. Historically, India is a country people come from, with comparatively few heading in the opposite direction. Of its teeming population, some 20,000 to 30,000 are expatriates, although numbers are...

Expat property investors warned to watch out for guaranteed percentage returns

Expat property investors warned to watch out for guaranteed percentage returns
If you’re planning on investing in property overseas, watch out for so-called guaranteed percentage returns. Many expats who’ve saved for their retirements in overseas locations are finding investing in buy-to-let property is more financially rewarding and far less risky than any insurance-linked product pushed by local expat IFAs....

What will the new Philippine ID card mean for potential expats?

What will the new Philippine ID card mean for potential expats?
How will the new Philippines ID card affect expatriates? On the fourth attempt, the Philippine National ID card is expected to be brought in between mid-2020 and mid-2022. It’s the government’s fourth attempt to introduce the national ID card, but how will it effect the large number of expatriate workers and the even larger number of...

Opportunities in Europe for expat professionals

Posted on October 22, 2019 in Europe News
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Opportunities in Europe for expat professionals
Even although Brexit is about to pounce on British expat dreams, it’s still possible to find a good job in Europe. For many would-be expatriates, working in Europe is a dream come true, but most don’t realise it’s essential to have a job to go to and will be even more tricky should Brexit finally shut the EU’s borders to talented...

Expats warned about scams and fraud when buying online

Posted on October 21, 2019 in Finance
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Expats warned about scams and fraud when buying online
Expats are being warned over the risks of online purchases. British citizens moving overseas for reasons of work or retirement mostly use at least one offshore bank account with online access, especially since British high street banks began closing the accounts of long-standing customers after they relocated to another country. As a...

China attracting top AI expat talent whilst America argues over visas

China attracting top AI expat talent whilst America argues over visas
Expat professionals with specific AI skills will be in huge demand once governments decide on visa processes. The market for those with qualified and experienced AI skills is about to explode, or at least it will when world governments decide on how to treat top expat talents. The reality of this issue is that AI skills should be on every...

Brexit loss of free movement will gut Brit tourism businesses in Spain

Brexit loss of free movement will gut Brit tourism businesses in Spain
The bad news for newly formed Brit expat businesses on Spain’s Costa del Sol is that Brexit is likely to result in a 1.4 billion euro loss to the tourist trade. Already, the approach of Brexit and the potential loss of free movement has cut profits in many popular visitor destinations, but fears that Brexit will result in a massive...

Pros and cons of expat house purchase in Italy

Posted on October 16, 2019 in Europe News
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Pros and cons of expat house purchase in Italy
Many would-be expats are choosing Italy for its sheer beauty, laid-back lifestyle and friendly locals, but bureaucracy can be an issue when buying a new home. At this point in time, Italy is now the only EU member state where house prices are still falling, if only slightly, and mortgage rates are still low compared with other popular...