People relocating abroad ought to learn the language of their new home.
This is according to Expat Focus marketing manager Lindsay de Feliz, who called this "the most important thing to do" when expatriating.
Studying a new tongue will also give the individual the opportunity to make friends, she added.
The specialist claimed adapting to the different culture is typically the most difficult aspect of expatriating, although she pointed out: "There is no right and wrong way of doing things."
Integration can be assisted by joining local organisations, such as charities, neighbourhood groups or associations, Ms de Feliz remarked.
Furthermore, people ought to participate in the region's events when they occur, she noted.
Individuals can also enjoy their new country more if they "have an open mind", the expert said, calling this attitude "vital".
Expatriate medical insurance should be bought by people moving to another land, with the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office advising that some nations have contribution-based nationalised health services that foreigners may be unable to use.