United States

A Guide To Fourth Of July Celebrations For Expats In The USA

The American Independence Day, or Declaration of Independence, is celebrated on the Fourth of July every year. It was on July 4, 1776 that the United States of America was born as an independent nation.

The Expat Tenant's Guide To Renting Property In The USA

Renting a property is the most popular option for expats in the US, since it offers flexibility, but there are some basic issues expats need to be awa   more ...

Report: The US Cities That Attract The World's Top Tech Talent

Expats looking for a tech job will benefit from knowing which are the 25 top-rated tech cities in the United States. Those looking to start or expand   more ...

How To Move To The USA With Your Pet

Moving abroad can sometimes bring with it a host of worries - from getting your paperwork sorted to planning your journey. If you're travelling to the   more ...

Studying in the US? Here’s What You Need To Know Before You Go

Every year, thousands of people travel to different destinations in the world for leisure, work and study. A vast majority of this population comprise   more ...

USA - So much variety in every aspect, the only way to know the USA is to experience it. From 24 hour cities to rustic communities, National Parks to coastal resorts, there are infinite ways to 'have a nice day' in the USA.


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Alison & Jean-Philippe (Australian & French, butpermanent resident of Australia and has lived abroad for 10 years)

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