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When relocation ends an expat marriage, where to divorce?

When relocation ends an expat marriage, where to divorce?
Where’s the best domicile to divorce once expatriation has taken its toll? Given the strain of expatriation on shaky marriages, it’s no surprise that a good number of expat relationships end in divorce, but how and where to break the bond can be a tricky decision. For British expat couples in Singapore, there's a choice between the...

UAE golden visas encourage expats to stay long term

UAE golden visas encourage expats to stay long term
A top Dubai official has praised the UAE ‘golden visa’ as it gives expats a sense of security and belonging. The recently-introduced 10-year long term UAE residency visa, popularly referred to as the golden visa, is now giving expats who want to stay in the emirates a true sense of security. The comments were made by the...

Best retirement havens for newly arrived expats

Best retirement havens for newly arrived expats
For those wishing to emigrate to a faraway land and live a totally different lifestyle, it’s important to choose a destination where settling in is easy. One of the most attractive options as regards becoming an expat in a strange land is the discovery of a fascinating new culture with unfamiliar customs, foods and lifestyles. However,...

Almost a million expats may still be trapped in China

Almost a million expats may still be trapped in China
Almost a million expats from across the world are presumed to be still in China as the country’s coronavirus epidemic continues to spread. For a decade or more, China has been a magnet for expat entrepreneurs, English teachers and digital nomads, with little short of a million expats from dozens of world countries still in the cities...

Hamura’s small town tranquility attracts expats working in Tokyo

Hamura’s small town tranquility attracts expats working in Tokyo
If you’re relocating to a challenging new position in Tokyo and are worried about getting lost in the giant metropolis, living in Hamura might be the answer. For the average Western expat, adjusting to Tokyo can be anything from fascinating to terrifying, but the region’s amazing transport options mean no-one has to live in its centre...

Finding the best location for expat entrepreneurial tech startups

Finding the best location for expat entrepreneurial tech startups
Necessities ensuring a successful expat startup need to be identified before the move overseas takes place. The factors which ensure a successful expatriate startup are many and include personal qualities such as motivation, determination and innovation as well as the idea itself. As regards the rest, easy access to investments, incubator...

Relocating expats warned about most risky coronavirus destinations

Relocating expats warned about most risky coronavirus destinations
The rise of coronavirus infections over the past few weeks could pose a threat to expats about to leave their home country for a new job overseas. As victims of the fast-spreading Wuhan coronavirus continue to be identified in new countries, expats about to relocate, retire or leave to work overseas are being warned the worst is yet to...

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...

Will the EU still chase top talent UK expats after Brexit?

Will the EU still chase top talent UK expats after Brexit?
British would-be expats now have a brief period in which they can still emigrate freely to one of the European Union’s 27 states using the Bloc’s free movement legislation. The transition period starts next week and will continue until the end of this year at the earliest, with a possibility of a further extension or the threat of a...