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  1. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hi, Does anyone know the laws regarding vitamins being brought in via relatives? I have a family member arriving on Thursday who's bringing with them the following: - vitamin b complex (2x 250 caps) - collagen (1x 150 caps) - sicila (2x 100 caps) I've tried to source some up-to-date...
  2. 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...
  3. Guides
    When expats move to Europe they often take advantage of the freedom to drive around the continent and experience new countries easily, but research suggests they need to be more aware of the rules of the road. Drivers are risking a heavy fine or even being arrested if they do not understand the...
  4. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello, sorry if this is in the wrong area to be answered but I am in a bit of a pickle. I'm sure some of you may be able to help me out with it. I have recently found the love of my life we plan on getting married soon, albeit, he lives in the US and I am a UK national. I am really hoping...
  5. UAE Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UAE
    Hello people! I am looking to move to the UAE in January 2015, My visa applications have been submitted and accepted. I would really appreciate any advice or recommendations on leasing for places to live, Car hire etc.... Thanks Munny
  6. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hi there, Im a young blonde female and have gotten the opportunity with my work to move to Dubai. My partner and I both work together and have both been given the opportunity. I have quite a few questions in relation to moving. What is it really like being a female in Dubai? What laws do i need...
  7. La Tasca
    The capital is putting through a byelaw intended to stamp out anti-social behaviour on the streets. This includes a wide range of activities such soliciting prostitutes near schools or shopping malls, spitting, juggling, putting unsecured flowerpots on windowsills, feeding your dog on the...
  8. Articles: Europe
    The number of Britons arrested overseas has fallen by over 10%, but despite this positive trend Foreign Office staff still handled 5,700 arrest cases last year. Though down by 20% overall, drug arrests continue to be a significant problem for some countries, particularly parts of South America...
  9. Articles: Europe
    Immigrants who have come to live in the UK and refused to learn English and integrate into society are disrupting communities across the country, according to British Prime Minister David Cameron. In his most outspoken speech to date, he today (Thursday April 14) said that too many immigrants...
  10. Articles: Americas
    Temporary foreign workers in Canada will be better protected after new safeguards take effect this Friday (01 April) Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney has announced. Improvements to the Temporary Foreign Worker Programme (TFWP) will ensure that the programme...
  11. Egypt Expat Forum for Expats Living in Egypt
    Hello Fellow Expats! I need your help - I cannot find the laws for importing a car into Egypt anywhere! I even tried calling the Embassy - didnt help. Does anyone know the procedure and laws of importing a personal car into Egypt from the USA as a student? The car is a 2000 Mercedes E430...
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