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  1. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hello, 20 years ago I bought a shop in france I have been paying the Tax foncière on it since. I have let the shop for a few years now it's vacant and it needs redoing and fixing. I have always lived in UK and like I said I always paid my tax foncière for the shop Can I apply for the carte de...
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    Hi there! I found this forum while looking for resources that help me improve my knowledge about travel. Just popping in to say hello and introduce myself. I'm here to learn from the experiences of others in this community. Looking forward to interacting with you!
  3. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    I made an application for UK Tier 2 general visa as I had a valid CoS and other documents as well. I failed to provide UK NARIC report for proof of English language. So, the decision was refusal for Entry Clearance (UNDER paragraph 245HB(e)). My CoS still has "ASSIGNED" status and not...
  4. Articles: Americas
    Canada has pledged to increase the number of visas available for parents and grandparents wishing to move to the country to live with their families. A cap of 5,000 was set but now that is to be increased fourfold to 20,000 applications for the sponsorship of parents and grandparents visa...
  5. Articles: Asia
    China is a growing destination for expats but it can be a challenging environment with red tape often an issue cited by those who have moved there to work. The Chinese Government has now confirmed that it will make is simpler to obtain a visa and also launched a new long term multi-entry visa...
  6. Articles: Europe
    The British Government wants to attract more talented people to move to the UK and has announced that the number of visas for individuals who show promise in technology, science, art and creative industries is being doubled. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said that the move is part of a realisation...
  7. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    The number of people moving to work in New Zealand is not sustainable, it is claimed, as the country recorded yet another year of record levels of arrivals. In the 12 months to March 2027 some 129,500 overseas workers moved to New Zealand, a new annual record according to the data from...
  8. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    Getting a skilled work visa for New Zealand is set to become tougher after the Government announced a package of changes to tighten access to the nation’s long term immigration. The changes will affect permanent and temporary visa streams and according to Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse...
  9. New Zealand Expat Forum for Expats Living in NZ
    Hello All - Am an American whose been living and working in America, London and Prague the past several years ... However back in 2002-2006 I lived and worked in AKL, NZ - and am now giving serious thought to returning down under as there's just so many wonderful things that I miss about NZ, I...
  10. 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...
  11. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    More people are making a new life in New Zealand than ever before with official figures showing that more than 70,600 people settled in the year to December 2016. The data from Statistics New Zealand shows that this beat the previous annual record set a month earlier with the increase coming...
  12. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hello everyone, my plan is to live in the Barcelona area for a year. I realize I'm not exactly a real expat in that I do plan to return to the U.S. I have seen other posts about getting a visa. It's funny because the San Francisco Spanish consulate web site has a retiree visa but in NYC, where...
  13. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    A four-year pilot scheme for a new visa for innovation-based ventures in New Zealand will start in early 2017, it has been confirmed. Immigration New Zealand (INZ) will partner with the Edmund Hillary Fellowship to launch the visa aimed at entrepreneurs, investors and start-ups to launch their...
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