The USA alleges to be home to over 38 million expats – more than any other country in the developed world.
The “land of the free” is a dream destination for people from all walks of life who seek the comfort and opportunities that entry into the United States offers.
Demographically the largest groups of expats residing within the USA are from Germany, France and the UK with 32% moving there for work or education.
However all is not as it seems. According ...
Earlier this year we reported here at Expatriate Healthcare that President Obama was seeking to re-establish political ties with Cuba. While the country has long been the unfortunate recipient of both trade and tourism embargoes by the US government, significant changes seem to be afoot.
Possibly the most notable of these changes is that since closer ties began to develop between Cuba and the USA, so tourism has started to increase at an impressive rate. While Cuba has long been a popular Caribbean ...
It has been estimated that in the last 5 years alone 851,000 Brits have moved abroad seeking a better life. There are now estimated to be over 5 million Brits living outside the UK. That’s a lot of people; but where do they all go?
Thanks to some new research we can now reveal the most popular destinations for British expats.
The survey by Lloyds Private Banking is based on figures held by the UK-based Office of National Statistics (ONS) and reveals the ...
One of the benefits of an expatriate lifestyle is the so-called principle of “geo-arbitrage” – simply that some currencies are worth more than others, and that as a result products and services cost different amounts in different countries. This is one reason why so many retirees opt to retire to “cheaper” countries and why areas like the Philippines and Ecuador have long been popular tourist destinations.
Quite simply, visitors to these countries from Western, first-world nations are able to leverage their home ...