What is a TCK? It stands for ‘Third Culture Kid‘ and refers to people who are brought up in a country which is neither their birth country nor their parents’ ancestral home. In our latest podcast, Rachel Jones talks about what expat life is like for TCKs and how to raise them.Moving abroad is an upheaval regardless of why you’re doing it, but if you’re a dual career couple moving abroad for one person’s job, how do you both keep your lives going? Take a look at our article for some tips.
Australia has introduced a new sponsorship option allowing the parents of expats to stay for a longer time than was previously allowed.
Life in the UAE isn’t always easy for female expats, and there can be some restrictions as to what you can do for work and leisure. Take a look at our article to see which jobs you might be offered.
If you’re thinking of moving to Cuba, there are some heavy restrictions on working.
Singapore is an increasingly popular destination for expats of all ages and backgrounds; take a look at our guide to LGBT+ life in Singapore.
If you’d like to move to Canada but you’re not sure of your long-term plans, perhaps a temporary visa might be the best option for you. Our article outlines how to get one.
The Gilets Jaunes protests have been in the news a lot recently, but what are they and why are they happening? We have an overview of the main headlines to keep you up to date.
Rosemary Border Rabson talks about the cycle race in her corner of France.
Some expats shared their experiences of life abroad with us this month, too:
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