Bruce Ailion, RE/MAX Greater Atlanta

Please tell us a bit about yourself and your company. My name is Bruce Ailion, have been a broker in Metro Atlanta GA for 34 years, currently with RE/MAX Greater Atlanta. In addition I am Managing Member of ATL Investors, LLC a private equity fund investing in residential and commercial property primarily in Metro Atlanta. … Read more

Graham Dixon, Boston

Who are you? I’m a musician and writer from Britain with a background in 18th Century music, trumpet performance and creative writing. My folks instilled a love of traveling and before even starting university I had been all over Europe, visited Florida and crossed the date line to explore the Pacific. After finishing my Oxford … Read more

Jack Bybee, Tucson

Who am I ? Metaphysically, that might take lifetimes to answer; however, I am a survivor. A survivor of what, one might ask? My answer: A survivor of the negativity of apartheid; of double-pneumonia which allowed for a near-death experience; of New Jersey/New York materialist attitudes; of a sixty foot fall/slide at 19,900 feet in … Read more

Saadia Ashraf Mir, Dallas

Who are you? I, Saadia Ashraf, am a 28 years old, Pakistani born American resident female. I hold Bachelors of Business Administration (Hons.) in Marketing. By profession, I make marketing strategies as a freelancer and also, write articles for newspapers. I acquired all my education in Pakistan. Where, when and why did you move abroad? … Read more

Dealing with the US Immigration Department

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Service [hereinafter ICE] is the country’s second largest law enforcement agency behind the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The agency has been on a seemingly perpetual ‘high alert’ since at least 2001 (at which point the agency came under the jurisdiction of the newly-formed Department of Homeland Security) and is likely … Read more

The Safest US States for Expats: Weather-Wise!

Weather-related news from the U.S. has recently been generating more column space than usual, thanks to events of an unprecedented kind. When Hurricane Sandy made landfall upon the northeastern states, much of the world was treated to the bizarre spectacle of seeing New York City’s subway rail system and major thoroughfares flooded, with hundreds of … Read more

Expat Life in the US Bible Belt

The U.S. ‘Bible Belt’, that vast landmass stretching from Texas to Florida on the east-west axis and going as far north as the states of Missouri and Virginia, is an area typified by its social conservatism and Protestant piety. The term has been a pejorative one since the beginning (claimed as the coinage of notorious … Read more

Dealing with the American Healthcare Insurance System

British expats moving to the US must ensure that they have comprehensive health insurance coverage. While the UK benefits from the National Health Service (NHS), medical care in the US is, and always has been, a private business. The cost of treatments if you take a risk without being fully covered, are not recommended. One … Read more

Top 10 Cities in the US for British Expats

Where you move to in the US very much depends on your personal situation and your preferences; for example, whether you are young and single, have a family or are looking to retire. The states and cities in the US vary dramatically, and your choice of city to reside in will depend on factors such … Read more

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