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Moving to Saipan (not really Guam, but not listed anywhere), United States

An expat in Saipan describes Saipan as a beautiful, broken paradise. She urges people to visit before moving to Saipan. When you move, find a full concrete home with storm shutters and a backup generator to weather cyclones. She talks about the cost of living, what to bring and leave at home and water shortages. (Read More)

Moving to Perrysburg, US

An expat who moved to Perrsyburg, Ohio for his job discusses the cost of living in Ohio. Due to the very high cost of healthcare in the US, he plans on returning to Europe when he retires. He advises other expats to find a job with health care benefits and relocation assistance before you move to the United States. (Read More)

Moving to Huntington Beach, US

An expat living in Huntington Beach commented, "Assume that you'll make friends at clubs and work rather than where you live. " (Read More)

Moving to Morristown, US

An expat in Morristown wrote, "Check on commuting times via train and car if need to travel to NYC. Ask about transience of population. Discover the variety of family/children's activities available in your town of choice. Towns have recreation web sites. See free magazines for details" (Read More)

Moving to Atlanta, US

Another expat in Atlanta advised, "Do not try to find the same thing in Atlanta that you had in France. They don't share the french taste for the old things, and you must pick an house that will be easy to resell if you have to move back.

Rely on a professional to help you to find a house.

I am one of them, I have been livin" (Read More)

Moving to Sycamore, US

An expat living in Sycamore commented, "Make sure you are willing to commit time and effort into making your home a home." (Read More)

Moving to Atlanta, US

An expat in Atlanta wrote, "Internet is fabulous and there are excellent sites available now, expecially expat sites. Expats are usually in the know or they know someone who is???" (Read More)

Moving to Columbus, US

Another expat in Columbus advised, "Contact me!

Seriously. I am working in a mortgage company (www.americanhm.com). I can advise, as best I can, or at least confer with one of the Loan Officers and endless list of Realtors we have. " (Read More)

Moving to Boulder, US

An expat living in Boulder commented, "I don't think there are any really *bad* neighbourhoods, but they do have quite different demographics, from the studenty area around University Hill to the nouveau riche snobbishness of Devil's Thumb. Rent to sample before you buy (if only I had...)" (Read More)

Moving to Key West, US

An expat in Key West wrote, "Rent first, try to stay in downtown area if you like to party or want to be able to walk everywhere. If you live a tad further out, it will save you a bit and you can still get around on your bike." (Read More)

Moving to Fort Lauderdale, US

Another expat in Fort Lauderdale advised, "Speak to as many people on the internet, if you can. Have the local Chamber of Commerce send you info. As it does not cost you as the renter anything, let an agent take care of your rental needs. And remember, whilst in the states, any price can be worked with." (Read More)

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International Schools in NYC

Expats living in NYC have many international and bilingual school choices -- international schools, bilingual schools, language immersion schools, IB World schools, British Schools and more. Here's a list of the most well-known international schools in NYC.

Expats living in NYC have many international and bilingual school choices -- international schools, bilingual schools, language immersion schools, IB World schools, British Schools and more. Here's a ...

Moving to the USA

Expats who want to move to the USA should do a lot of homework and carefully organize their efforts as they move through the immigration process. This article and the other resources linked will help you develop an understanding of how to accomplish this.

Expats who want to move to the USA should do a lot of homework and carefully organize their efforts as they move through the immigration process. This article and the other resources linked will help...

French Schools in New York

Are you a Francophone moving to NYC? This article offers an extensive list of French schools in NYC with addresses, maps and accreditation information from the French Consulate General. The list covers all ages ranges from French nursery schools through French high schools in New York City. In addition to private French schools in the NYC area, this article covers all of the NYC public schools with French dual language programs (DLP) and several well-known French schools in suburban New York and New Jersey.

Are you a Francophone moving to NYC? This article offers an extensive list of French schools in NYC with addresses, maps and accreditation information from the French Consulate General. The list cov...

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10 Best Places to Live in New York City

Expats moving to New York City often find it daunting figuring out where to live in. Here are 10 of the best options available in the five boroughs.

Expats moving to New York City often find it daunting figuring out where to live in. Here are 10 of the best options available in the five boroughs....

10 Best Places in the World to Get in the Christmas Spirit

Christmas is a wonderful time of year. Here are 10 of the best places in the world to get in the Christmas spirit.

Christmas is a wonderful time of year. Here are 10 of the best places in the world to get in the Christmas spirit. ...

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Moving-To-Saipan-(not-really-Guam,-but-not-listed-anywhere)An Expat Talks about Moving to Saipan (not really Guam, but not listed anywhere), United States

An expat in Saipan describes Saipan as a beautiful, broken paradise. She urges people to visit before moving to Saipan. When you move, find a full concrete home with storm shutters and a backup generator to weather cyclones. She talks about the cost of living, what to bring and leave at home and water shortages.

Expat New York: 10 Tips for Living in New York City

Expats in New York City will quickly find that New Yorkers defy their stereotypes. New York is a melting pot of people from every corner of the globe and every income level -- all brought together by the city's subway system. Some expats enjoy living right in the hustle and bustle of the city. Others choose to enjoy a bit more greenery and space in a suburb on New York.

Expat New York: Public Transportation Options

Expats living in the New York Metropolitan area have a variety of public transportation options. Learn about the rail and bus systems near your home - or where you will live.

Expat New York: Top 10 Things To Do For Expats Living in New York City

Expats in New York City will learn a lot about the culture and people of New York if they get out and do some exploring. Here are 10 things to do that will help get you quickly settled.

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International Schools in NYC

Expats living in NYC have many international and bilingual school choices -- international schools, bilingual schools, language immersion schools, IB World schools, British Schools and more. Here's a list of the most well-known international schools in NYC.

Expats living in NYC have many international and bilingual school choices -- international schools, bilingual schools, language immersion schools, IB World schools, British Schools and more. Here's a ...

Moving to the USA

Expats who want to move to the USA should do a lot of homework and carefully organize their efforts as they move through the immigration process. This article and the other resources linked will help you develop an understanding of how to accomplish this.

Expats who want to move to the USA should do a lot of homework and carefully organize their efforts as they move through the immigration process. This article and the other resources linked will help...

French Schools in New York

Are you a Francophone moving to NYC? This article offers an extensive list of French schools in NYC with addresses, maps and accreditation information from the French Consulate General. The list covers all ages ranges from French nursery schools through French high schools in New York City. In addition to private French schools in the NYC area, this article covers all of the NYC public schools with French dual language programs (DLP) and several well-known French schools in suburban New York and New Jersey.

Are you a Francophone moving to NYC? This article offers an extensive list of French schools in NYC with addresses, maps and accreditation information from the French Consulate General. The list cov...

Moving-To-USExpats Talk about What it's Like Moving to US

Already living abroad? Write a report about moving overseas to help people preparing to move abroad.

10 Best Places to Live in New York City

Expats moving to New York City often find it daunting figuring out where to live in. Here are 10 of the best options available in the five boroughs.

Expats moving to New York City often find it daunting figuring out where to live in. Here are 10 of the best options available in the five boroughs....

10 Best Places in the World to Get in the Christmas Spirit

Christmas is a wonderful time of year. Here are 10 of the best places in the world to get in the Christmas spirit.

Christmas is a wonderful time of year. Here are 10 of the best places in the world to get in the Christmas spirit. ...

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