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What Every Expat Should Know - Canadian Document Authentication & Legalization

What Every Expat Should Know - Canadian Document Authentication & Legalization

Contributed by International Documents Canada, 05 May, 2015

In Canada, the process of having your Canadian documents officially recognized in another country is called authentication and legalization. Other countries have different terms for this process, including apostille and attestation... Read Full Article »

Tags: Other | Canada | regulation

 

5 Skill-Sets Required to Jump The Dubai Job Queue

5 Skill-Sets Required to Jump The Dubai Job Queue

By Anshuman Kukreti, 15 April, 2015

You might have heard the jingles of 'get educated, get employed' playing loud in the environment you grew up in. But, the sands of time seem to have changed the way things should be looked at regarding scoring a desirable job-offer... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Education | Education | professionals | employees | Dubai | law | environment

 

Looking for work in new countries

Looking for work in new countries

Contributed by PSS International Removals, 09 April, 2015

So you're thinking of emigrating and know where you'd like to live, but there's just one problem. How will you find a job there and where do you begin looking for work? Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Africa | Employment | Travel | employees | Canada | africa | South Africa | law | services | construction | education

 

Living and Working in Oman: A Guide For All Expat Job-Seekers

Living and Working in Oman: A Guide For All Expat Job-Seekers

By Anshuman Kukreti, 26 March, 2015

Oman- one of the leading global destinations amongst the countries in the Middle East, is rapidly becoming one of the hub nations to harbor expatriates from all across the globe. The country which stands at an estimated GDP of nearly... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Economy | Work | Middle East | Employment | expatriates | employees | Oman | law | banking | environment | social security

 

The outlook is bright for builders Down Under

The outlook is bright for builders Down Under

Contributed by True Blue Migration , 25 March, 2015

If you are an expat builder seeking employment opportunities in Australia, then the construction world is your oyster, it seems... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | contractors | Construction | Australia | construction

 

Top 5 tips to help you settle in to your new country

Top 5 tips to help you settle in to your new country

Contributed by PSS International Removals, 12 March, 2015

Relocating abroad - to boldly go where you've never been before. The experience, knowledge and qualifications to not only move to an unfamiliar country but to integrate into a new culture can be quite a challenge. But acquiring a... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Global Mobility | Invest | Live and Invest Overseas | International Living

 

Timing lousy, prognosis good. How Nick Robinson's words are increasingly applying to more and more cancer sufferers.

"Timing lousy, prognosis good." How Nick Robinson's words are increasingly applying to more and more cancer sufferers.

Contributed by APRIL International UK, 10 March, 2015

The ink had barely dried on a new paper published by Cancer Research in the UK in February announcing that one in two people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, when the BBC’s political editor, Nick Robinson, revealed he... Read Full Article »

Tags: expatriates | Switzerland | insurance | environment

 

An expat's guide to securing a mortgage in Australia

An expat's guide to securing a mortgage in Australia

Contributed by True Blue Migration, 18 February, 2015

It seems barely a day goes by without the subject of mortgages and home ownership in Australia being raised... Read Full Article »

Tags: Immigration | Investment | Invest | Immigration | Investment | Citizenship | Insurance | Australia | law | construction | banking | fees | stamp duty

 

The cautionary tale of Lee Johnston and Katie Amos: Starting a family without insurance can be costly

The cautionary tale of Lee Johnston and Katie Amos: Starting a family without insurance can be costly

Contributed by APRIL International UK, 04 February, 2015

If history is a good guide, this year’s batch of expatriates will begin planning their departure from the UK about now. Having found a job, a place to live and rented or sold their UK home that, for many, will be the extent of... Read Full Article »

Tags: Healthcare | Europe | Middle East | Healthcare | expatriates | insurance | fees

 

Things You Should Know Before You Start Working in Kuwait

Things You Should Know Before You Start Working in Kuwait

Contributed by Anshuman Kukreti, 02 February, 2015

Professionals from all across the globe are finding immense opportunities in the gulf. However, there are certain countries which have become the hub for proliferating employment options and that too for every class of skilled personnel... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Professionals | Work | currency | Expats | professionals | Kuwait | tax

 

 

 




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