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2018

American Food In London, Self-Employment In France, And Surviving Your Relocation

  Posted Thursday August 16, 2018 (08:54:55)   (191 Reads)


 

A small taste of home can make all the difference when you're feeling a bit homesick. Take a look at our guide to where you can find American food in London.

If you're living in France and setting up your own business, here is everything you need to know about registering as a micro-entrepreneur.

The cost of living is something that concerns many expats when they're moving abroad, especially for the first time. We've put together a guide to the cost of living in Oslo, Norway, to help you work out how to afford life there.

Are you moving to Lima? If you fall somewhere on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum, here is a guide to life there, including local hangouts and cultural norms.

If you're living in Spain and working there, you'll need an NIE number. Our guide will help you navigate the forms you need to fill in and how to apply.

Egypt's capital city is a beautiful place to live, but how do you go about finding an apartment there? Take a look at our latest article to help you.

If you're living in Germany and you might have children, here is what you need to know about parental leave.

Wherever you're moving, if you're going for work then there are several elements that can make the transition a challenging time. Take a look at our guide to surviving relocation.


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