Can you believe it’s nearly the end of January? 2017 is already racing past, and it looks like it’s going to be an interesting year on a global scale. As the traditional Chinese curse goes, “May you live in interesting times.”If you’re thinking of moving abroad this year, we have a lot of resources to help you out.
Firstly, here are some social media accounts you should follow if you’re thinking of moving to Belgium, the Bahamas, Brazil or Bulgaria. And here are some recommended blogs for expats in the UK.
Spain is a popular expat destination – here are some of the predicted property hotspots in 2017.
Moving abroad for the first time can be a bit daunting – there are so many things to decide and sort out! Here’s a guide to finance for the first-time expat, and here are some of the most common property pitfalls for people who move abroad.
Columnist Kathleen Peddicord discusses the pros and cons of living in a gated community.
Other topics we’ve covered this week include safety in South Africa; an overview of the Canadian government’s global skills strategy, which aims to attract more expats to the country; a brief guide to life in New Zealand; and a guide to celebrating Burns’ Night for expats in Scotland.
Good news for expats in France this week – the healthcare system there continues to improve. Here are some of the most recent updates.
We spoke to Pakistani expat Shehar, who now lives in Doha, Qatar.
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