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  1. Articles: Americas
    US President Donald Trump’s tough stance on immigration could be putting off international students taking up university courses and also be affecting business travel. The ban on visas for people from certain countries is being challenged in the courts but remains in place while the legal...
  2. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Does anyone know if the ability to get private health insurance in Spain, or the cost associated with it, is affected by nationality? I have been reading recommendations from mostly (entirely?) British posters here, but I am an American. I just want to make sure that the rates & experiences...
  3. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello all, I am looking to move to Scotland mid to late 2013 to live with my Scottish boyfriend and also spend time with family. I am 28 and was born in Scotland after 1 January, 1983 to a British mother and an American father. My mother currently lives in the USA and still holds her British...
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    Los Angeles is one of those cities with a place amongst the top urban centers of the world. Los Angeles is one of the world’s centers for business, international trade, entertainment, culture, media, fashion, science, technology and education. Blessed in equal measure by stunning natural...
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    The blend of a high-end urban zone with a dash of nature is what brings out the best in New York City; despite the high rise buildings that fill it, nature parks and forest reserves are also existent within the area, thereby, adding life to this bustling metro.  New York City is known in...
  6. Articles: Americas
    Chicago is the biggest city in the state of Illinois. The city is known by many names, from “Chi-town” to “the Windy city” to the Second City” and recently, “The City of Big Shoulders.”  It is also the biggest in the entire Midwest with a population of around 3 million people. Chicago is the...
  7. Articles: Americas
    Houston is both the fourth largest city in the United States and the largest city in Texas. Founded in 1836, the city credits the beginning of its continuous and unsurpassed growth to the discovery of oil in 1901. Not a city to rest on its previous accomplishments however, Houston has since then...
  8. Articles: Americas
    Much has been said and written about Philadelphia over the years, but mere words hardly do thismost marvelous of cities justice. Gifted with an amazingly rich history, uniquely vibrant culture and some of the warmest, most accommodating people that you will meet anywhere, Philadelphia is truly a...
  9. Articles: Americas
    Dallas is a city in the state of Texas. It is the 2nd largest in the state and the 9th largest in the entire United States. The city is also the county seat of Dallas County. Overall, the city measures 385 square miles with over 1.2 million residents. The metropolitan area is the 4th largest in...
  10. Articles: Americas
    Phoenix is the capital of the state of Arizona in the United States, and is the fifth largest city in the country, with an estimated population of more than 1.5 million people in 2006. An incredibly vibrant city with a diverse mix of cultures from all around the world, Phoenix is at once a...
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    Jacksonville is both the largest city in Florida and the 12th most heavily populated region in the United States. Originally named Cowford, the city was later renamed Jacksonville after the first military governor and president of the United States, Andrew Jackson. Jacksonville is definitely a...
  12. Articles: Americas
    The largest city in the state of Michigan, Detroit is a major port metropolis situated on the banks of the Detroit River. Its name means "the strait", with respect to the large body of water that borders it. It recently ranked 11th in the category of the most heavily populated urban area in the...
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