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Old 11th December 2014, 07:54 PM
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Hello, I am Yuki oringinally from Hong Kong-Japan (my mother is japanese). I have been living in Milan since August 2013 for my bachelor. Still haven't decided yet what to do nor where to go 2 or 3 years later after the degree.

Would love to meet up new friends around!

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Hi, I'm Denis and I live in a little town called Campoli Appennino, I've been here for 15 years or so, originally from Ireland but happily married now to a beautiful Italian woman! Will do my best to help anybody that needs it. Ciao!

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Hi everyone
I am now living in beautiful rural Le Marche but would like to share experiences with like minded ex-pats.
Nearly finished renovating our main home and can't wait to move in . Does anyone have an good experiences with relocating furniture and removals from UK to italy ?

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Good luck

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Ciao! I live in the Chicago area in the US, but I am marrying an Italian and we are going to be moving over to either Pescara or Montesilvano. We will be moving by September 1 this year. I have one daughter who is 9 and so I am looking for some advice or information on the options for elementary school in that area. My daughter is in 3rd grade here in the states.

I am learning the language and very excited to be moving! (So is my daughter!) We will be looking to buy a place over there but will most likely rent the first while so we can be positive where we want to buy.

We are coming for a visit this summer for a week to do some looking for homes and I hope to visit the schools.

I hope that I can get some great friends and ideas for what to know when we move on this thread!

Buongiorno!!!

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Hi. My wife and I are moving to near Brindisi around early June.
When we moved to Spain from UK around 8 yrs ago, it was simple; we loaded a car and drove ourselves over, with a truck following a few weeks later with the rest of our goods.
This time the move is considerably more difficult and stressfull....(not the way we expected to start our life here). The problem is we are shipping our stuff in a 20 ft container from Saudi. It is leaving the country any day now. We are in UK, and the agents require Codisa fiscale (?), which is apparently easy and quick to arrange , and a residencia, which takes 6 to 8 weeks to get I believe......both required or a large duty is likely to be charged. This is for personal household goods all over a year old and mainly from uk and Spain. Destination will be my daughters house.
I would appreciate any helpful advise and information regarding how to avoid paying the duty, and what rate might it be charged at.
Thank you very much.

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Hi folks! I'm Jenn, an anthropologist and filmmaker from California. I live in Rome with my Roman man, and I'm doing research for my PhD diss. Right now the plan is to stay in Italy indefinitely, and I would really like to start making some connections in the city and feeling more "at home."

I love to see movies, walk around Rome, ride bikes, do yoga, make art, play music, go to museums...I think I'm a pretty cool chick! Let me know if you're in Rome sweet Rome.

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Hello all! I'm Marissa, 23, and have a M.Ed. in Higher Ed Administration that I love to use to work in an Italian university one day. I studied Italian in my undergraduate studies (trying so hard to not lose all my language ability) and lived in Italy for 4 months and am dying to go back.

I am currently working on obtaining dual citizenship -- missing several documents. Any guidance on how to best go about finding documents would be much appreciated or ideas how to establish contacts at universities or international programs in Italy.

I tentatively planning a trip to Italy in August depending on whether or not this is a good idea to investigate interests!

Grazie!
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Hi Yuki, I'll be moving to the Milan area in a few weeks for the Summer. I'm from America - would be happy to meet up when I arrive!

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My husband and I are from Tennessee, USA and are moving to the Milan area for his work this summer. Looking for English-speaking folks in the area to help me practice my Italian and navigate the area!

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