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  1. Expat Media & Research Requests
    Hello, We're casting directors for film and TV and are looking for North American expats in Europe who have a little girl approximately 3 years old with a North American accent, who might be interested in being in a film shooting in Greece. NB we can only bring someone to Greece from another...
  2. Other Europe
    Heya! So, long story short; i was damaged by a relationship over the last year, now feel disabled and destabilized not having my own space, but i dont know where i want to settle. So, licence, then road trip! im wondering, what countries offer a driving licence test in English...? Visa...
  3. New Zealand Expat Forum for Expats Living in NZ
    Hi! My husband and I are moving to NZ later this year, and we need a relocation moving service. Does any of you have any you can recommend? We are moving from Europe. TIA!
  4. General Expat Discussions
    Hi all, I'm currently an expat from the USA living in Europe! Enjoying it immensely. My partner and I moved to Europe a few months ago and I am currently living the "trailing spouse" life. I am fairly young, 23 years old, and have noticed that not many other expats in my situation are as...
  5. Other Europe
    Hi all, I am a university student from the UK interested in moving to Europe when I graduate in 2019. The country I am leaning towards moving to is the Netherlands however any other EU country where English is widely used is on the table (ie. Scandinavian countries and Malta) as backup options...
  6. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hey all, I am one of the many confused europeans at the moment about the Brexit situation thinking to come in the UK. But as an alternative I need to have a backup destination in EU and my question now is, which EU destination do you think is best for a tech worker at the moment? Your thoughts...
  7. Articles: Europe
    Half of young people in the UK do not regard themselves as European and many travel abroad much less than their counterparts in other countries, new research has found. Overall exposure to different nationalities is low among 18 to 30-year-olds, only half believe that they have a European...
  8. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    I am a Indian national who is married to a Portuguese citizen. We have a minor child and we live in India. My husband acquired Portuguese citizenship through naturalization in December. My husband is moving to London and he wishes that we accompany him. So we applied for EEA family permit for...
  9. Articles: Europe
    Europe is rated the best place in the world for expats looking to progress their career abroad and benefit from great working conditions, new research has found. Switzerland is ranked top for the second year in a row with average expat earning of US$188,275 but Germany, Sweden, Norway, Austria...
  10. Articles: Europe
    Want to attend university abroad? New research might help you decide on your decision. International students rate Norway as top in terms of satisfaction, followed by Ireland, Poland, Finland, and the UK to round out the top five - this according to a report from Study Portals. Students were...
  11. Germany Expat Forum for Expats Living in Germany
    Hello everyone. I am turning 54 years old in December and so I am planning early retirement. I would really LOVE to retire in Germany. Currently, I am renting my home for 2,600 Euros a month and my savings account gets me around 2,800 euros a month - which is around 5,400 euros a month. So...
  12. Articles: Europe
    Much has been written already about the UK potentially leaving the European Union and its potential effect on expats with concerns and worries being expressed. But new research shows that European citizens are even more concerned about what is known as a Brexit than British people. The poll of...
  13. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi, I'm a UK national, and my wife is an indian citizen with a Spouse Visa living and working in the UK. We are thinking of visiting various countries in Europe over the next year and have to decide on whether we should apply for a schengen visa, or the EEA Residence Card. I had not heard...
  14. Guides
    Under new rule nurses and midwives from Europe will need to prove they have the required English language skills to practise in the UK. If they cannot provide evidence of their English language skills, such as having trained or worked in an English speaking country, they will need to take an...
  15. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello and thanks for any advice you may have. I'm a US citizen on my extension portion of the FLR(M) visa. I work as an actor and have been contacted more than once by casting directors or production houses in European countries that need an American accent for what they're making. I understand...
  16. Articles: Europe
    New rules introduced by the European Commission should make it easier for expats to choose whether their foreign assets are subject to local inheritance law or laws from their native country. But, as with many things within the EU, it is not likely to be plain sailing. For example, Denmark...
  17. The Sandpit
    I am not sure how many are following the news about the attack on the French train. The assailant was NOT a European national (according to the news reports). Yet, he was involved in criminal activities and gets arrested (drug dealing), was known to the authorities, moved from Spain to France...
  18. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi everyone! I have a bit of a complicated question. (sorry if this is best in Europe forums, admins feel free to move :) ) Short version - I'm an Australian with a dual passport, my wife and step-son are Colombian citizens in Colombia. I've read around that I'd be able to get into most...
  19. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Excited to be on this forum. I am from India (male) planning to move to the U.K with my British partner and hoping to use this forum to gather support and offer it back accordingly. Cheers
  20. Articles: Europe
    Expats should ensure that their employers are reviewing their international benefits often enough, with new research suggesting that these are not being carried out regularly enough. According to Jelf International, a company that advises on employee benefits, some 42% have either never...
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