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Worldwide Expat News - Page 3 of 303

Keep up to date with the latest expat news from around the world.

What Do Expats Need To Volunteer Abroad?

Why volunteer? Volunteering abroad as an expat is a fantastic way to integrate into the local community; meet new people, both locals, other expats and international volunteers; do something worthwhile; learn new skills; enhance your CV; contribute to your new place of residence; learn the local language; and so much more. Volunteering overseas can give you the opportunity to try something completely new or to build on existing skills, qualifications and experience in an area you’re interested in and passionate about. Volunteering abroad gives ... Read more

Is Spain more than a Retiree Destination?

Spain has firmly established itself as one of the top retirement destinations for British Expats, but our Mediterranean neighbours have an abundance to offer all intrepid travellers seeking a different lifestyle overseas and it isn’t only retirees who are deciding to make Spain their home. Famous for so much more than being a retirement destination, Spain is a rich and diverse country, known for its fashion, architecture, history, food and drink, culture, music and the arts. The beautiful landscapes of Spain continue to ... Read more

How to Make Money Whilst Travelling on a Budget

Travelling on a budget can present the open-minded, inquisitive traveller with a truly unique and life-changing experience, opening up a different, enriching and authentic way of experiencing a country, providing some truly worthwhile aspects of travel that you may not get to experience otherwise. Working whilst travelling One of these aspects is working and making money while travelling. This particular aspect of travelling on a budget can be hugely rewarding and a great way to integrate into a community; meet local people and ... Read more

How to Choose Where to Live Overseas

The world is your oyster, as they say, and if your contemplating a move overseas but still unsure about which new country is the right one for you, it’s helpful to consider all of the aspects of life and living that are important to you. If moving with family you’ll also have the task of finding that perfect spot to call home that meets the needs and desires of all family members so a fulfilled and happy life can be found ... Read more

How Could Brexit Affect EU Pet Travel?

Uncertain Times Travelling with your pet in the EU in the wake of Brexit is an uncertain area and it’s looking highly likely that EU pet travel is set to experience a number of changes if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. It’s imperative pet owners wishing to travel with their pets in the EU familiarise themselves with current rules and any changes that may occur after Brexit to ensure compliance with EU pet travel regulations. Third country classification When the UK exits ... Read more

10 Expat Myths Debunked

We attach stereotypes to groups of people and expats are no exception. What it means to be an expat is itself a changing concept, in terms of the many and different types of expats living and working under different scenarios, both long and short term, as residents in a country overseas. There are many myths and misconceptions surrounding the stereotyped expat and expat lifestyle, so let’s take a look at some of these, with a view of giving a more level ... Read more

Discovering the National Parks of Tanzania

Tanzania is a beautiful country, which is why you must seek to explore it. It is home to Africa’s most stunning and famous national parks, beaches and of course Mount Kilimanjaro. The national parks are home to various wildlife and gorgeous landscapes, which can be explored by safaris that let you get close to the animals’ habitat. Tanzania’s national parks primary role is conservation. The parks conserve the country’s natural heritage, whilst providing safety to the animals that inhabit them. Discovering ... Read more

How to Deal with Animal Bites & Stings Overseas

When overseas you must be vigilant to many things that may not be a usual experience in your home country, especially foreign species that could potentially harm you. Animal bites and stings can be very different from the ones you may have heard of back home. There are various bites and stings that you could encounter when you are overseas. Being able to deal with animal bites and stings when you’re abroad is important, and to do this you must be ... Read more

Brexit ‘Flextension’ Granted Until 31st October 2019

The EU27, the group responsible for negotiations with the UK in regard to Brexit, were deeply divided over an extension to Article 50. Donald Tusk, European Council president ideally wanted to offer the UK another 12 months to deliver Brexit. However, the prime minister accepted a ‘flextension’ of 6 months, meaning the deadline for Brexit is now Halloween. But the UK can leave beforehand if a decision has been made. Andrew Byrne, EU correspondent for The Sunday Times penned on Twitter: “All ... Read more

The Easiest Countries to Get Dual Citizenship

If you’re considering a new life in a different country a second passport can provide an extra bit of security. Some countries that have faced political instability have seen expats cast out; such as Kenya back in 2016. Therefore, dual citizenship can ensure you remain in the country of your choice. Perks also include tax benefits, social services, employment options and investment opportunities and freedom to travel. There are a variety of ways of securing citizenship in another country and some ... Read more
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