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Blog > 2017


Halloween, House Sitting, And How To Find Work

  Posted Friday October 06, 2017 (08:53:57)   (120 Reads)


Plenty of expats move abroad for work-related reasons, but it's still important to make sure you have the appropriate visa to do so. Here's a guide to getting a work visa in Israel.

In the northern hemisphere we're heralding the start of autumn - Rosemary Border Rabson talks about the changing seasons in France.

Of course, with autumn comes Hallowe'en. If you're living in the Netherlands, here are some spooky destinations that will give goosebumps to the whole family.

If you're retiring abroad, FC Exchange have some advice on making the most of your retirement.

Perhaps you want to live abroad but you're concerned about finding a place to stay, or you want to try living in a country for a shorter period of time before you commit fully. In that case, house sitting might be a good option - this week, Vanessa Anderson discusses this in our podcast.

Our Facebook groups have been busy this month - take a look at this round-up of popular points of conversation in our group for expats in Portugal.

We've spoken to several people this week about their experiences of life abroad:

Yvonne in France
Maaike in London
Raquel in South Korea
Diana in Luxembourg
Melanie in Sweden
Madhu in Bahrain
Sally in Beirut
Amirah in Kuwait
Jacques in Peru
Jim in Ecuador
Leona in Qatar
Ben in Costa Rica

Would you like to share your experience of life abroad with other readers? Answer the questions here to be featured in an interview!

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