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  1. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hello Everyone, I am 42 yrs old Indian having around 16 years of corporate experience working in India, US , South Africa & Switzerland. All my life I have worked for Indian companies only. I left my job in March 2014 and till date I am in my own business in IT industry which is not picking up...
  2. Articles: Asia
    New Zealand is continuing to experience a boom in immigration but experts believe that the growth in numbers arriving from abroad is starting to slow. Official seasonally adjusted figures showed a net gain, that is more arrivals than departures, of 5,500 migrants in April 2016 with monthly...
  3. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    More people are visiting New Zealand than ever before and those choosing to live and work in the country are led by Indians, Australians and Chinese, the latest data shows. Visitor arrivals reached 444,900 in December 2015, the highest ever monthly figure and the biggest increase was in...
  4. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    New Zealand has always been popular with expats, but now is seems that it is holiday makers who are swelling arrivals in the country as well as people arriving to live and work. The latest official data shows that they contributed to a 7% increase in visitor arrivals to New Zealand in August...
  5. International Expat Discussions
    Hello all. My name is Steve. I live in Denver, CO, USA at the moment. I plan to retire early next year. I would love to move to Dominican Republic. I have searched the Internet and made phone calls, but can't seem to get specific answers to my questions. Perhaps one of you kind folks could...
  6. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Today (18 December) is "International Migrants Day". I wish every migrants and future migrants a happy, peaceful and prosperous life ahead .
  7. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi Everyone, I have got the PR and I am in Melbourne. I have been looking for a job since a months time and I would second the experience with other PR holders arrived in Australia. I need some suggestions on how to grow my network here, make new friends, meet up and share the experiences...
  8. Guides
    Expats are more likely to take risks because the fact they have moved country makes them adventurous and many are more likely to move again, research suggests. Adults who were born in countries other than the ones they live in, often called first generation migrants, are more likely than native...
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