Ever wonder how expatriates lives vary depending on where around the world they live? Do individuals in one country tend to have a more positive or negative experience than other expatriates? Are you moving abroad and what to know what to expect? Now is your chance to further investigate the trends in the expatriate community […]
Expatriates Blog : News, Resources, and Advice
News, advice, and articles for expatriates, global nomads, and international citizens worldwide. Here we will provide expert advice on world travel, expatriate living, and world news. Our blog is focused not on travel tips but on real-life advice, tools, and resources. to make your life abroad better.
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Are you planning to travel overseas to India? Your trip will be well worth it as you can explore many parts of India and make it a trip all your own. Hike snow-capped mountains, bath in the warm sea, or lose yourself in the busy city streets – the options are endless. As the seventh […]
A recent report released by the International Trade Administration found that international travel for US citizens was down by 3% throughout 2008-2009. Overseas spending was down even further at 12%. In this new age of technology, countries have become so interconnected that the economic status of one country can easily affect nations around the world. […]
It’s that time of year again, time to pack up and see the family! For everyone that lives a passport-stamp away, that means booking tickets and traveling with the hopes of making it to your final destination with your bags in hand. So what can you do to make sure that your holiday travel is […]
The United States embargo on Cuba in the 1960’s restricted any transaction by U.S. citizens with Cuba unless individuals obtained a license from the United State Department of the Treasury. This regulation, known as the Cuban Assets Control Regulations, limits travel since tourists cannot be issued a license and thus are prohibited from any transaction […]
The United States Consulate will have a new fee schedule that will take effect on July 13, 2010 for immigrant visas. These changes come shortly after the non-immigrant visa fees increased on June 4, 2010. These new few schedules for the US Consulates are intended to cover operating expenses for overseas consulates and passport agencies. […]
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been a popular tourist destination, well-known for its extravagance and resorts. Recently, traveling has become much easier as websites are popping up with visa services right online. Currently, there are 33 countries that have an agreement whereby visitors can receive their visas on their arrival to the UAE: • […]
The United States will be implementing new visa requirements that will make the application process much less painful than before. On June 1, 2010, the US government will be integrating online services for their application process. The online form called the DS-160 for Nonimmigrant Visa (NIV) will be strictly for temporary visits including for business, […]
On April 12, 2010, the United States Department extended a travel warning in Mexico until May 12 due to the violence that has erupted particularly in the Northern region including in Tijuana, Nogales, Ciudad Juarez, Nuevo Laredo, Monterrey, and Matamoros. This extension was in part due to the bomb that was targeted at the United […]