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Whether you're already living abroad or preparing to move overseas, our Expat Guide to Living Overseas can help guide you. For answers to specific questions, use our Country Forums to talk with other expats and retirees already living abroad.

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As Good as a Passport: Bringing Your Pets to the UK without Quarantine

In 2000, UK introduced the new Pet Travel Scheme (PETS). It is now possible to bring a pet dog or cat (though currently no other pets) into the UK without subjecting it to quarantine.

New York Suburbs: Greenwich, CT - Best Commute in Connecticut

With the fastest commute to New York City in Connecticut, this extremely affluent city boasts and busy downtown, marinas, beaches and good schools.

Negotiating the Best Expat Package for Your Next International Assignment

If you've been offered an international assignment, this article is a must read. Achim Heuser provides practical advice about negotiating your expat salary, benefits, housing allowance, tax liability, annual leave and more.

The Joys of Rural England!

Ideas for a weekend getaway to Salisbury.

U.S. Taxes on Income Earned Abroad - How Can it Affect You?

Americans living abroad are subject to US tax liability on their foreign earned income -- even though the foreign country may tax the same earnings.

UK International Schools: A Lesson in Learning

American parents relocating to the UK will find a wealth of educational opportunities available for their children. Jon Tabbert guides you through the maze.

Aix-en-Provence: The Town of a Thousand Fountains

Aix-en-Provence, the "town of a thousand fountains", is the cultural giant of Provence.

10 Types of Expats

Tom Johnson offers a slightly sarcastic and highly entertaining analysis of the ten types of expats. What type of expat are you?

Planning to Move Overseas? Where to Begin.

A primer for those preparing to move overseas on the resources available on Expat Exchange and how to best start to plan your move abroad.

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Moving to Barcelona

Expats in Barcelona enjoy a beautiful city on the Mediterranean Sea and one of the most popular cities in Europe. Here is some great advice from expat that already live there.

Expats in Barcelona enjoy a beautiful city on the Mediterranean Sea and one of the most popular cities in Europe. Here is some great advice from expat that already live there....

11 Things to Know Before Moving to Cuenca, Ecuador

Cuenca is Ecuador's third largest city, but still has a small-city feeling. Expats share 11 things they wish they had known before moving to Cuenca from packing sunscreen to being aware of gringo gouging.

Cuenca is Ecuador's third largest city, but still has a small-city feeling. Expats share 11 things they wish they had known before moving to Cuenca from packing sunscreen to being aware of gringo gou...

Healthcare in Italy

An overview of the healthcare system in Italy - public and private hospitals, Servizio Sanitario Nazionale (SSN), getting your Tessera Sanitaria (healthcare card), vaccinations for Italy, prescription medication availability and more.

An overview of the healthcare system in Italy - public and private hospitals, Servizio Sanitario Nazionale (SSN), getting your Tessera Sanitaria (healthcare card), vaccinations for Italy, prescription...

Retirement-In-Ho-Chi-MinhAn Expat Shares What it's Like Retiring in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

A retiree in Ho Chi Minh city talks about returning to Vietnam after serving there during the war. The cost of living, friendly Vietnamese people and the relaxed lifestyle all brought him back to HCMC.

A retiree in Ho Chi Minh city talks about returning to Vietnam after serving there during the war. The cost of living, friendly Vietnamese people and the relaxed lifestyle all brought him back to HCM...

Moving-To-Paradise-IslandAn Expat Talks about Moving to Paradise Island, Bahamas

An expat talks about making the move to The Bahamas. He wishes he'd brought cooler work clothing and tech-friendly items. Plus, be prepared for higher utility bills, such as a $500 to $750 a month power bill.

An expat talks about making the move to The Bahamas. He wishes he'd brought cooler work clothing and tech-friendly items. Plus, be prepared for higher utility bills, such as a $500 to $750 a month p...

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