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  1. Guides
    The United States, Australia, the UK and Canada have some of the biggest gaps in terms of the cost of a university education and the amount of money the parents of students can provide, new international research has found. Based on international averages, a parent supporting a child’s...
  2. UAE Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UAE
    Hello, I am currently working in UAE and I have dept in ADCB worth 7000AED in credit card, I went back to philippines and I realized I cannot come back because my fiancee and I applied for fiancee visa in US and get married there and live there. Now, I dont have work at all.. is there any...
  3. USA Expat Forum for Expats Living in the USA
    I am a US citizen who went to work in Dubai about 6 years ago. While there, I acquired credit cards and was making regular payments. I ended up losing my job & had to come back to the US and was unable to make good on my UAE credit card debt. Now a collection agency in the US who has the debt is...
  4. UAE Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UAE
    I have been working in UAE in one of the very popular airlines as an engineer...i am 59 years old and the retiremnt age of that company was 65 when i applied for loan... but due to change of rules in UAE regarding the age of retirement... the airline is retiring me at 60 yrs of age... which i...
  5. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hi everyone! I joined this site mostly to see if anyone had insight on this issue. I am a US citizen and will be applying for my second student visa for Spain. The thing is, last time I was in Spain I wracked up a hefty phone bill due to a technical error which, due to bureaucracy and language...
  6. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hello everyone, If someone from the UK has 60K debt in Dubai, is aware of coming redundancy and has been offered a job in Australia which they intend to take and repay the debt from Australia what will happen, baring in mind that the address given to the bank was of the parents.. Basically I...
  7. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    I just want it all to end, im 24 from ireland my job is cancelling my visa i moved here a year ago but it did work out. Now my job is informing my bank and they said that they automatically tell authorities if you have debt?? When i was here i recived a credit card wit 50aed and ofcourse...
  8. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi Friends, i have a query regarding police clearance for Australia. My wife is going to apply for the Australian PR ans she has never been out of India, so she needs a police clearance from India that i understand. But since, i'll be the dependant or co-applicant with her and i have been to...
  9. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    I know this question has been asked a lot in the past, just trying to find a more current answer to it. I'm looking to move back home in 2 or 3 months. I have a bit of debt with EmiratesNBD here - which, with my end of service payout, I can pay almost in full by the time I leave. Almost being...
  10. Portugal Expat Forum for Expats Living in Portugal
    I wonder if anyone could please tell me where I stand legally with this situation. My property managers asked me this summer if they could replace the old matresses in my house. As these matresses were at least 14 years old I instructed them to go ahead. Imagine my horror when I got into bed...
  11. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hi Unfortunately I left Spain with debts to the bank, under 3000 euros. I tried to keep up with my payments from England but I still haven't found a stable job since returning and have fallen behind the payments. Well, actually I haven't paid anything for 6 months now. The Police turned up...
  12. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hi everyone! This is my first ever post! A looking for some good advice. My husband and I will be moving out to Al Ain in August and have started the long process of sorting out our financial commitments at home. We went for an account review this morning at our bank and mentioned we were...
  13. USA Expat Forum for Expats Living in the USA
    Hi all, My Husband and I have been married for 6 1/2 years, and now have a beautiful 3 year old daughter. My husband and I met while he was on a business visa in the states in 2003, we moved to St. Martin (Caribbean island) in November of 2005 and have been living here ever since. Since leaving...
  14. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hi, can anyone help? Who in Spain is liable for tax/community/utility bills? Is it the owner of the property or the person who has been using the property over the last 20 years and has now died. Bearing in mind there were no rental agreements made or rent ever paid. Thanks, hope you can help...
  15. Mexico Expat Forum for Expats Living in Mexico
    I'm looking to find out if it's feasible for me to move to Mexico. Before I try exploring details, I'm curious to know if it's even possible for me. I'm 26 years old, single, and a nurse. I don't have a house payment, and my car is paid off. I have no credit card debt. My only debt is about...
  16. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hi, I've always assumed that even if it were theoretically possible, no one would go to the trouble to try to garnish wages outside the US for student loan debt. I still think that this is true, but I've been searching forums, etc. and saw one mention of International Debt Collection Agencies...
  17. USA Expat Forum for Expats Living in the USA
    I moved to the US less than 3 years ago and approximately 1 year ago started using my UK credit cards to survive when things got bad financially. I have up to now had excellent credit. I was unable to make repayments when they became unmanageable, which was about 4 months ago. What is the...
  18. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi Everyone, I am wondering if anyone can give me any advice or knows how I can find out if I have debt in Australia! The story is when I was stupid and younger, I was travelling about 4 years ago, got a good job and decided to apply for residency. I saw a migration agent/lawyer who advised me...
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