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  1. Expat Tax
    Hi, I am a full time traveller for the last 10 years. Although a British citizen I have mostly been out of the country since 2008. I come back to the uk and spend around a month at a time in London for the last 4 years or so. I don't own any property or assets and all my income comes from out...
  2. Expat Tax
    I am a US expat living in the UK and my husband is British. I work for the NHS as a healthcare professional. We are exploring options of taking on additional private work with the view to potentially grow it into a fully fledged autonomous business (a long way off though). Being a US citizen we...
  3. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    My maternal grandfather as well as paternal grandmother were both French Nationals as young adults unbeknownst to them, as they qualified under the Huguenot’s right of return/nationality mandate that was written in the French Constitution before my grandparents’ birth and until 1945. The...
  4. 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...
  5. Articles: Americas
    President Donald Trump is still determined to increase restrictions on people moving to the US to live and work but has offered help to immigrants who were brought to the country illegally. If his plans outlined in his State of the Nation speech to end chain immigration, where family members...
  6. Articles: Americas
    North America tops the latest global rankings as the best region to work with the United States top and Canada coming second. The UK has dropped from second place to third in the rankings for the best country to relocate and Australia is in fourth place. When it comes to the best place...
  7. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    I am a U.S. citizen visiting France in late January for less than 90 days, and I can't seem to find any answer on whether I need to be approved for the Attestation d'Accueil, which is the proof of accommodation/lodging. I will eventually call the consulate and ask, but is there anyone here with...
  8. Articles: Americas
    The United States is introducing more personal interviews for certain immigrants seeking to work and become permanent residents, it has been announced. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) said that it will begin expanding in-person interviews for certain immigration applicants...
  9. Articles: Americas
    Despite concerns about immigration policy and other political uncertainty, the US is still a popular locations for people buying a holiday home, perhaps with a view to retiring the in the country. There has been a surge of foreign buyers compared to a year ago with Canadians in particular...
  10. Articles: Europe
    Expat job seekers are shunning the UK and the United States and looking instead to Australia, Canada and Asia, new figures suggest. It is political and economic uncertainty in the US and UK that is producing a shift away from these countries on the part of expat job seekers, according to a new...
  11. Articles: Americas
    A restricted version of visa bans that US President Donald Trump wanted to introduce soon after the start of his Presidency have now come into effect. The revised rules affect visa applications from citizens of six, mainly Muslim, countries who will only be able to get a visa if they have a...
  12. Canada Expat Forum for Expats Living in Canada
    Hello, I have decided to move back to Canada after 30 years in the states. I was a teenager when my family left, and I have dual citizenship. I'm considering Winnipeg or Thunder Bay due to proximity to family, cost of living, etc. I never much accessed healthcare when I was younger. I just...
  13. Articles: Americas
    Authorities in the United States have announced multiple new measures to detect and deter visa fraud in connection with the programme used most frequently by companies to employ highly skilled overseas professionals. The H-1B visa stream allows firms to recruit highly skilled foreign nationals...
  14. Articles: Americas
    Expat job seekers are shunning the UK and the United States and looking to Australia, Canada and Asia, probably due to political and economic uncertainty, new research suggests. With the UK in the process of leaving the European Union and no clear indication yet on what this will mean for the...
  15. Articles: Americas
    American expats are concerned that the recently elected President Donald Trump could put an end to a more lenient attitude to tax owed. Under previous President Barack Obama there was a generous amnesty for American expats who had not previously declared their foreign assets to the US tax...
  16. Articles: Americas
    The United States is often hailed as being an example of multi-cultural country with immigrants found in many occupations and even dominating some industry sectors. But new research shows that there is no one area in which immigrants outnumber people born in the US and in total they make up...
  17. Articles: Americas
    People seeking visas for the United States and Americans seeking visas for European Union countries are set to face increased confusion. First of all American President Donald Trump is set to announce yet another executive order dealing with who can and cannot get a visa for the US later this...
  18. Articles: Americas
    People looking to travel to the United States from countries that have been subject to a temporary entry ban are still facing confusion with their legal situation even less clear. Currently the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has suspended all action relating to President Donald Trump’s...
  19. Coffee lounge : Immigration sharing ideas
    Hi all, I've been reviewing info on the New Zealand immigration website for years now, and interested in relocating since at least 2009. I'm a US citizen who first wanted to attempt to relocate to NZ through university, but grad school abroad was too cost prohibitive at the time so it never...
  20. Articles: Americas
    The United States has amended some visa rules to make it easier for employers to hire and retain certain foreign workers. The changes modernise and improve several aspects of employment-based immigrant visa programmes. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has also amended...
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