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2017

Expat Challenges, London Language Exchanges, And Christmas In Amsterdam

  Posted Friday December 08, 2017 (11:53:46)   (112 Reads)


 

We're starting to get into the festive spirit here at Expat Focus, with our first Christmas feature talking about how to celebrate the holidays in Amsterdam. So if it's your first year there, we've got you covered for the festive season.

If you're about to move to Dublin, here are some of the things you need to know before you arrive. And if you're considering Luxembourg as your next home, here's how to rent an apartment there.

Meetups are one of the best ways to make new friends, and London has an abundance of them available. Here are some of the language exchange meetup groups you might want to join, especially if you're looking to learn a new language or improve your skills.

Healthcare is a frequently cited concern for many expats, so this week we've put together a guide to healthcare in Egypt.

In Singapore, hiring home help is a normal part of life, especially for the busy executives who flock to its shores to take up high-flying positions with international corporations.

Unfortunately, things don't always go smoothly in expat life... but there are usually ways to deal with the obstacles that do arise from time to time. We spoke to some of our readers in France to find out which challenges they've faced, and how they addressed them.


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