International Relocation Guide
International Relocation Guide

United Kingdom Expat Forum

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adminee
10/16/2020 11:21 EST

Welcome to the United Kingdom forum. If you're new or have been using the forum a long time, please take a few minutes to introduce yourself and tell us a bit about yourself and your life abroad. If you're a newcomer and have questions about living in United Kingdom, post your introduction here and your questions and comments in a new topic.

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Floridagirl75
5/3/2022 13:29 EST

Job relocation to the Swindon area. Family of 4 (13 and 15 year old kids).

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tonythepony
4/28/2022 06:07 EST

Hi! Italian-American living in London. Husband. Technologist. Love traveling and the outdoors.

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rek53
4/19/2022 07:00 EST

Greetings, everyone! My name is Robert and I am from New Jersey (a few miles from the beach in Monmouth County), My wife and I have traveled to Ireland/Northern Ireland, London, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam and Italy in the past ten years or so. We are exploring the possibility of moving to the UK in the future, with much depending on the political situation here, We do not want to live under an authoritarian government which the US appears to be sliding toward. My wife is eligible to apply for an Ancestry Visa. We are most interested in people's experiences in Northern Ireland, as we very much enjoyed the time we spent there. (We pretty much circled the country by car the last time we visited.) Any assistance, suggestions or recommendations would be welcomed. Thanks!

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Living in UK GuideLiving in UK Guide

Expats in the United Kingdom live in one of the most sought after destinations in the world. Its four countries - England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - offer expats a broad range of expatriate experiences.

UK Forum UK Forum
Meet other expats and talk about living in UK.

Healthcare in UKHealthcare in UK

Expats in the U.K. are able to utilize the public health care system, which is managed by the NHS. Many expats want to have private health insurance to help reduce wait times and several other reasons.

Cost of Living in UKCost of Living in UK

Expats offer insight into the cost of living in UK.

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