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Barbados recently introduced the 12 month Barbados Welcome Stamp to enable people to easily live and work on the island for up to 12 months. The online application is probably the easiest and quickest process we've ever seen.
An overview of healthcare and health insurance in Barbados including finding a doctor, emergency medical care and transport, medical evacuation, expat health insurance options, recommended vaccinations, common diseases in Barbados, quality of hospitals and medical care, having a baby in Barbados and more.
Does life have you dreaming of moving to an island and living a simpler life? Explore island life from the Caribbean to the Pacific.
Liguria, Italy, also known as the Italian Riviera, is a stunning coastal region spanning from Tuscany to the French border. In Liguria you will find mild temperatures and a relaxed lifestyle. If you're thinking about moving here, our list of the 10 best places to live in Liguria is based upon expat advice and recommendations.
Who doesn't want to get out there and see the world? So many of us put off the prospect of moving overseas until later in life, and that shouldn't keep you from considering retiring abroad.
In a recent survey of expatriates by ExpatExchange.com, almost all expatriates that have lived abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic remain committed to their international lifestyle.
A member talks about what it's like living in Hawaii during the pandemic.
An expat talks about the pandemic in Monterrey, Mexico, where things are pretty low key and about half of people walking around are wearing masks. Most people in Mexico feels that the government is downplaying the gravity of the situation in Mexico City.