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  1. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    I'm planning on relocating back to the UK next month with my husband following once his visa is approved. I don't have a confirmed job offer yet but have been earning over the amount required for the last 5 years. My plan was to try and find a job before I reached the UK, but if I can't then...
  2. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello For my visa application, I received payment receipt from '[email protected]' email ID. In the past, my colleagues had received IHS receipt from '[email protected]'. But I didnt get similar receipt. All I got was just confirmation mail that...
  3. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hi all, I'm wondering if anyone has been in a similar situation and can offer some advice. My situation: I'm British, and moved to Spain with my Spanish partner from the UK on 10th April I am in the process of applying for residency via the EU family member route which will hopefully be...
  4. Cyprus Expat Forum for Expats Living in Cyprus
    Has anyone from UK recently moved to Cyprus? What was your experience of getting residency? I am thinking about potentially moving to Cyprus but after Brexit it is not that simple anymore. Will appreciate any tips on what to expect :)
  5. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hello I have a question and I wonder whether anyone else has faced the same scenario. I currently live in Madrid and have my freshly printed T.I.E card. I work for a Spanish company (a subsidiary of a Global group company) and my salary is paid in Euros into a Spanish bank account. I pay my...
  6. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hello all. Does anyone have any experience with crossing EU Mainland (eg. France/Belgium borders) & Britain/France borders? Very interested to hear if there are any problems entering France from Britain and are there any issues if you cross borders in mainland Europe? Are British car...
  7. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi all. Just wondering if anyone has any experience moving their personal belongings from outside Uk (Europe) into the Uk post Brexit?? We moved back to the UK from Italy last year and still need to move all our stuff from a house we were (are) renting in Italy. We have a few different...
  8. Expat Tax
    Hi, I have a couple questions on the 'remittance basis' option with HMRC. I'm a US citizen, here in the UK on a Tier 2. I have claimed the remittance basis, but I believe I've made a mistake in the forms. My question is, if you are claiming the remittance basis and not remitting anything, do...
  9. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello everyone!! Covid-19 has totally messed up mine and everyone's plans I am sure. I am a Canadian who was supposed to be married to my British fiance this July but of course, it had to be cancelled. I was wondering if anyone has some experience regarding the UK fiance visa. We are currently...
  10. Articles: Europe
    While the visa programme in the UK that will be in place immediately after Brexit is still unclear as Parliament fails to agree what the overall deal should be, the British Government has begun seeking views on the country’s future immigration system. Home Secretary Sajid Javid has announced...
  11. Articles: Europe
    A survey of people who have moved to the UK in the last five years has found that life in Britain generally exceeds expectations and in some cases they are overwhelmed by their experience. More than 90% said the UK was friendlier than expected and more than half said the weather was better than...
  12. Articles: Europe
    London is a huge draw for expats from all over the world and this is expected to continue after Brexit with official estimates suggesting immigration will play a huge role in the city’s future growth. Indeed, parts of London will see the population increase by a fifth over a decade as...
  13. Articles: Europe
    Brexit has created anxiety and anger among British expats living and working in France and they feel a growing sense of helplessness, according to a chartered psychologist. Christine Haworth-Staines is a Chartered Psychologist and an associate fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS)...
  14. Articles: Europe
    A British think tank is urging the government to reject the European Union's demand to automatically allow European to have the chance to gain permanent settlement in the UK during a transition period. According to think tank Migration Watch UK, the number of EU nationals arriving in the course...
  15. Articles: Europe
    One of the main reasons that people in Britain voted to leave the European Union was to have more control over immigration and official figures show that Brexit already seems to have had an impact. Fewer people are moving to the UK with the data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS)...
  16. Guides
    Financial concerns, a reluctance to leave friends and family in the UK and uncertainty about foreign language skills are putting off British students from studying abroad, new research has found. Only 18% of undergraduates said they were interested in some form of overseas study, down from 34%...
  17. Articles: Europe
    Overall some 107,000 British citizens were living in Germany in 2016, not including military personnel, a rise of 10% since 2011, according to the latest figures to be published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in the UK. The official figures give an insight into where they go to...
  18. Articles: Europe
    If you want to be happy in the UK then Craven in Yorkshire is the place to move to, more specifically the market town of Skipton which is officially the happiest place to live in Britain. Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that the pretty town with its 900 year old...
  19. Articles: Europe
    As the Brexit negotiations continue it has been revealed that whatever new arrangements are agreed upon could come into force on the day that the UK actually leaves the European Union. While a number of documents have been prepared on what is likely to happen in terms of freedom of movement and...
  20. Articles: Europe
    Progress is being made on the future relationship between the UK and the European Union with regard to citizen rights, despite headlines suggesting otherwise, the British Government has announced. Issues relating to the rights of EU citizens, including health and pensions, living in the UK and...
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