Below and throughout our site, we offer a wide range of resources, articles, tools and more to help expatriates and global citizens live a fuller life abroad. In this section, we host a range of articles by expert authors and international relocation specialists. Each section has specific advice relating to different stages in your expatriate experience or specific issues and challenges expats face on their journey.

Most people think they want to bring everything when they are moving abroad. Deciding what to bring and what to leave can become a major internal and external conflict. The International Citizens guide for Expats Moving Abroad will help you prepare and accomplish your goal.

Before you start looking for international jobs and volunteer opportunities abroad, read our advice from experienced expatriates and international travelers who cover every aspect of going abroad. We offer a wide range of articles with advice on living and working in a foreign country.

Education is more important than ever when living abroad. Come explore our resources centered around helping you to continue to learn as an expat.

Helpful articles and advice regarding international banking, checking and credit card accounts, international wire transfers, foreign exchange - and more. Everything an expatriate needs to know tom better mange their finances.

Getting sick when traveling or working abroad can ruin the experience. We provide advice to those living and traveling abroad to help remain healthy and stay fit.

We have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions regarding international health insurance, and created a comprehensive library of articles addressing many of the complex topics, to assist you in the process of understanding international insurance. If you can’t find the answer that you are searching for please let us know.

Traveling abroad doesn't have to be daunting if you have the right advice before you go. Here we provide some specific advice to expatriates and global nomads who maybe traveling internationally more than the typical traveler. 

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