Visas are an integral part of moving abroad, and it can be even more complicated if you’ve recently started a business which you want to continue working on in your new home. Luckily for expats moving there, Thailand has a new kind of start-up visa specifically for tech entrepreneurs.Speaking of visas and paperwork: if you’re moving to Croatia, you might find yourself tangled in a web of bureaucracy. Take a look at our guide to help you get everything straightened out.
Not everyone who moves abroad is still working, of course. Plenty of people decide to relocate for retirement, often to warmer climes in Latin America or Southern Europe. Germany isn’t necessarily a place that springs to mind when you think of retirement destinations, yet it has a lot of potential.
In this month’s column, our friends over at FC Exchange talk about what you might find surprising when you move to Australia.
If you’re moving abroad with the family in tow, take a look at Stephen Spriggs’ latest feature about expat education, this time focusing on the Gulf states.
Planning can help a lot when you’re moving abroad, especially for the first few weeks when you’re not sure where you can buy all the things you’re used to. Here are a few items you might want to take along with you if you’re moving to Ireland.