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Old 15th April 2012, 05:15 PM
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My name is Ianthy and with 6 years ago bought a house outside Bologna in the hills. Wtih my husband we plan to move to Italy in late 2013. Really pleased we found this forum

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Hi everyone...Im jessa..am looking to move to Reggio Emilia in 2013 with my husband and 1 yr old daughter. Feel free to contact me if anyone has information about moving from Uk or living near this area ...love to stay in contact with you

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Hi everyone...Im jessa..am looking to move to Reggio Emilia in 2013 with my husband and 1 yr old daughter. Feel free to contact me if anyone has information about moving from Uk or living near this area ...love to stay in contact with you
Should probably say that we are originally from Australia and move to the Uk about 4 years ago.

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Old 20th April 2012, 11:15 AM
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Hi Everyone, I'm Steve Grimm. I've lived in Vicenza for several years as a civil servant (Army). Spent several years here while on active duty as well. Have resigned to start my own firm. Exciting time. Looking forward to the exchange with you folks.
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Hi Steve - my husband and I recently relocated to Mestre/Venice area after living in the US for 12 years. We are looking for some "fellow" Americans to connect with although we are both Europeans. Could you help us connect with American community in this area?

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Hey all,

Just arrived in Milan - moved out from California (Bay Area) as I was offered a job I couldn't refuse. That starts Monday, but in the meantime, I was wondering whether there were any English-speaking climbers in the area [I'll start a separate thread on that one].

The "Originally from" entry is a bit of a misnomer, as it's just the most recent "from". I've lived in the UK (multiple times), a number of US states, and Switzerland. Take your pick.

Looking forward to meeting up with any of you.

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Hi all!

I have just moved from Ireland to Milan for work purposes.

I am not here permanently but I am here for a few months at least.

Look forward to meeting you!


Emma!

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I have just moved from Ireland to Milan for work purposes.

I am not here permanently but I am here for a few months at least.

Look forward to meeting you!


Emma!
Nice to meet you Emma...Im Jessa
We are from Kent and will be moving to Reggio Emilia next year but my husband will be working in Milan..would love to hear your experiences about working in Milano as you come across things

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My name is Dominique. I am in the research/planning process of moving abroad with my two children for a year or so in 2012. I would love any guidance input from others who've made the leap into Expat life (esp those who've done it with little ones in tow).

My children are 3 and 1 and I am mostly curious about what the education/child care scene is like. I am also wondering how much I'll need to make the intitial transition.

I'm thinking I should have at least enough to support us for a month while we get settled in? Any and all info is appreciated!

I'd also like to make some contacts in country before we get there .
I think that you will enjoy italy very much, but I also think you should have more than a month worth of savings as things seem to take longer here....unless you speak Italian, which I would also recommend. My husband and I have been here a month for his job and getting things started takes longer than you would think. Good to note, most people are kind and helpful and enjoy speaking English, but unless youre in a large city most people dont speak a lot of it! Family is very important here and there are children everywhere....you kids should be fine I wish I could tell you something about the school system but we dont have children yet, but Im sure someone else will get your back on that!
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Hey all,
Eddie here. Irish with a Colombian better half living in Seoul for a few years. Just had a daughter, Cara, and are looking to be closer to Ireland or Colombia.

We are teachers and my wife has just been offered a job in Rome teaching spanish. I am curious about the non EU registration for work as I don't want us to go to Italy and waste our time and meagre resources and be undone by some EU pen-pushing.

Having said that, I am very enthusiastic about trying another country - even if it means a lot of organizing and leaving a very comfortable life here.

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My name is David and I'm considering a move to Italy after successfully applying for Italian citizenship through my ancestors.

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