King's Passage in Cambridge, England
5 Tips for Living in Cambridge, England
By Joshua Wood, LPC
Expats in the UK that want to live in a smaller city with plenty to do often look to Cambridge in the county of Cambridgeshire. It is a university town and London is still close enough to commute.
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My wife and I have traveled a bit in England and absolutely were enchanted with the culture and history.
We are US citizens and are considering a move to the UK and perhaps retirement. Do we need to have UK citizenship for such a move? We currently do not have dual citizenship.