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Expats in Brasil

NGO/ONG Association ABTC-BRASIL - a non-profit organization registered in Brazil dedicated to furthering the exchange of information among travelers, immigrants and promoting responsible travel and assisting sustainable family agriculture projects in Brazil and South America.

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Our principal interests are projects related to benefit or promote Brazilian family agriculture or tourism which benefit members of participating communities and/or assisting projects and private investments of interest to foreignors interested in investing, immigrating or retiring to Brazil. In Brazil Agriculture generates 22% of the wealth produced in the country, 37% of jobs and 38% of exports. Quote for ex-pats: "Learn local culture, mingle, assimilate - with sincerity, not just for appearances. The soul of each country is in its people, its culture, religious practices, food.. Be open hearted and open minded"
Living-in-AustriaHealthcare in Austria

Expats in Austria have access to highly respected private and public hospitals, English-speaking doctors and more.

Expats in Austria have access to highly respected private and public hospitals, English-speaking doctors and more. ...

Living-in-the-USAHealthcare in Boston

Expats in Boston have access to excellent healthcare and hospitals attached to the best medical schools in the world. As with other parts of the U.S., it's imperative to know your coverage before you access any kind of care or purchase prescription medication.

Expats in Boston have access to excellent healthcare and hospitals attached to the best medical schools in the world. As with other parts of the U.S., it's imperative to know your coverage before you...

Retirement-In-San-Isidro-de-HerediaAn Expat Shares What it's Like Retiring in San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica

Why retire in San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica? Can you live on $1,000 or $2,000 a month? How difficult is it if you aren't fluent in Spanish when you first arrive? A retiree who arrived in Costa Rica a month ago answers these and other questions.

Why retire in San Isidro de Heredia, Costa Rica? Can you live on $1,000 or $2,000 a month? How difficult is it if you aren't fluent in Spanish when you first arrive? A retiree who arrived in Costa ...

Moving-To-PortoAn Expat Talks about Moving to Porto, Portugal

An expat talks about moving to Porto, Portugal - moving costs, renting a condo, the lower cost of living in Porto and more.

An expat talks about moving to Porto, Portugal - moving costs, renting a condo, the lower cost of living in Porto and more....

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