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8 Reasons You Should Retire in France

Become a Retired Expat in France – 8 Reasons You Should Retire in France

France is an extremely popular destination for travelers as well as expats looking for a culturally rewarding retired life. It is the natural beauty & culture of the country that makes it a much sought after getaway for retirees from across the globe. Apart from its rich history and culture, there are many reasons why France can be your next home. You just have to plan to ensure that your retired life in France is hassle-free and pleasant. Here are eight great reasons why you should consider as expat to retire in France Read more

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Quick Guide to the Golden Visa Program in Portugal

Your Guide to the Golden Visa Program in Portugal – Information for Expatriates

Portugal’s Golden Visa Program has been immensely popular since 2012 when it was first made available to non-EU/EFTA (European Free Trade Association) nationals. Applicants for this program who want to move to Portugal and make a certain amount of investment in the country’s real estate are eligible to obtain a residence permit. To date, over 6,500 people from around the world have received residence permits in the country, with their investments totaling over €4 billion. Until recently, most of the beneficiaries of Portugal’s Golden Visa Program were Chinese; however, other nationals have started catching up too. Our firm is talking to more and more expats moving to this beautiful country through the Golden Visa plan because they require international health insurance.
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Top 5 most livable cities in the world for expatriates

In many surveys of the quality of living over the years, there are five that are often viewed top global cities for expats and locals alike. There are many factors taken into account when considering a top city for expats: drinkable water, electricity, transportation, housing, safety, pollution levels, city infrastructure and much more. They are all important considerations when determining the allowance for expatriate workers in expat assignment and creating an effective relocation policy for organizations. While what makes a top city is open to debate and is highly subjective, in this article, we will introduce five extremely livable cities in the world for expatriates take into consideration when assessing an expat destination or on assignment. Since the cities note below change in their rankings on various studies, we have included them below in no particular order.

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The benefits of taking an expat mining job in Africa

Expat Mining Assignments in Africa – A Great Opportunity

In the past 10 or 20 years, there has been a mining boom in Africa as more and more global mining firms have been searching for minerals and setting up producing mines, mostly in very remote regions of the continent. As companies have increased exploration, especially in Central Africa, they have had to recruit expatriate talent from around the world to fill vital management and executive functions at mine exploration and development sites.

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10 Great reasons for expats to move to Panama

Bordered by Costa Rica to the west, the Caribbean to the north, Panama is a popular location considered as one of the best destinations for relocation by many expatriates. In fact, the New York Times picked Panama as the number one place to travel in 2012. In this article, we will give you 10 great reasons to move to Panama.

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Expat Healthcare in South Africa

Located in the southernmost region of Africa, and encompassing a wide variety of languages and cultures, South Africa today is a developed country with a vibrant culture, environment and people. The economy of South Africa ranks the second-largest in Africa, and there are several urban centres with large cities. South Africa has also been maintaining significant regional influences in international affairs. The wildlife, beautiful natural scene and golden beaches have attracted millions of travellers and thousands of expats.

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Missionary Insurance Solutions

You are about to start a mission trip, what kind of insurance coverage do you need? You might have a local healthcare plan in your home country. However, local medical plans do not travel with you when you are on the road or across the ocean. Therefore, most missionary organizations or groups provide or require Group International Missionary Health Insurance for their missionary staff. If you are travel alone on a short-term or long-term mission trip, then you are required to have Individual International Missionary Health Insurance.

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