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2018

Renting In London Or Panama City, Meetups In Luxembourg, And Family-Friendly New Zealand Destinations

  Posted Sunday August 05, 2018 (07:11:26)   (137 Reads)


 

If you're moving abroad for the first time, it can be difficult to remember everything you need to do. In their latest column, FC Exchange provide a handy checklist to help keep you organised.

This week's expat experience comes from Adam, who lives in Tokyo.

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

If you're planning to rent in Panama City or in West London, England, we've got you covered.

Croatia is increasingly popular as an expat destination; here's what you need to know if you're moving to Zagreb.

The warm climes of Mexico can be tempting if you're looking for somewhere to retire; take a look at our guide for some tips.

If you have a young family it's still possible to move abroad, but some locations are more family-friendly than others. Here are some of the New Zealand states you might want to consider.

If you've moved abroad on your own, making friends can be a challenge. Here are five expat meetup groups in Luxembourg.

Where do British people go when they move abroad? Here are the results of a study showing the most popular destinations for British expats.

Finally, should you apply for a second passport? Take a look at our guide to find out!


What topics would you like to see featured in articles on Expat Focus? Share your suggestions in the comments below!


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