Six Challenges for Expatriates Living Abroad Living on foreign soil with unknown faces around may pose many challenges to an expat, especially those who have left behind the luxury of family support and a convenient lifestyle. No matter how mentally strong you are, the challenges that you face while living abroad can make life difficult. […]
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Moving abroad can be an exciting and life-changing experience for you and your family. If you are going abroad to study, work, travel or retire, it is vital that you be prepared for life’s overseas challenges, including healthcare. Unfortunately, many expats do not properly research international health insurance options before departure and some even think that […]
Challenges that expats often encounter while living abroad – Five Plus One. Moving abroad is often an overwhelming experience for any expatriate. The act of moving to a country that is unfamiliar to your own, a limited social network, and new cultures and languages can often feel burdensome on many people. As an expat moving […]
A guide to the top 10 healthiest countries to be an Expat Countries all over the world offer a variety of appealing aspects that may drive expats to relocate there. In recent studies, 6 of the top 10 most healthy countries in the world to live in are situated in Europe. Factors that were considered […]
A Short Guide to Living and Eating in Thailand for Expats People need to be independent in order to succeed when living outside of their home countries. If an expat gets ill, they may have to rely on themselves to get by when trying to recover from the medical conditions. As such, expats need to […]
Relocating abroad will almost always involve finding somewhere to live, looking for a new job, and finding schools for your children. With so many things to consider, it is often easy to overlook something as important as international health insurance. In this article, we explain what to consider when you are relocating abroad, and we […]
Deciding what to consider when moving abroad as an expat can be an overwhelming experience. Relocating abroad will almost always involve finding somewhere to live, looking for a new job, and finding schools for your children to attend. With so much to consider, it is often easy to forget to look into an essential ingredient […]
Health Insurance Options for Canadian Expats in the USA Our company is contacted almost every day by Canadians living in the USA or about to live in the United States who are not eligible for local healthcare. More often than not, it is the parent of a student living in the USA who is calling […]
Learn About the Top Ten Expatriate Careers in 2019 The decision to move abroad has been made, and the process of organizing your checklist of tasks to accomplish before taking off has begun. There will surely be lots of things to consider while planning your move abroad; however, one task that should be high on […]
Why you should purchase a global over a local health plan if you are an expatriate Expatriates who are moving overseas will often opt into purchasing a local health plan from the government or a private insurer. Some countries, regardless of your own coverage, may require you to purchase the local coverage care, even if […]
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