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Australia’s Hiring: Check Out if Your Skills are a Match

From the Gold Coast to the Outback to world-class cities like Sydney and Melbourne, Australia has a lot of diverse attractions and experiences to offer, making the continent a long-time favorite of world travelers, expats, and international students. The country

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The Latest USCIS Decision on H-1B Visas Analyzed

In August, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced plans to extend and expand a suspension of premium processing for H-1B petitions until early 2019. Premium processing is used most often by employers who want to move swiftly in the

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Living and Working in Spain

After a years-long recession, Spain is making a comeback. By Mary Anne Thompson, founder, and president, Goinglobal, Inc. Foreign nationals have long been drawn to Spain for its temperate weather, beautiful cities, and relatively easy living. And now that the

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China No Longer Requires Work Permits for Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Residents

Residents of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan (HMT) working in Mainland China no longer need to obtain a work permit, according to a new nationwide policy announced earlier this summer. China’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security officially stopped accepting work

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Living and Working in the United Kingdom

When living or working in the UK, it is important to understand that tradition plays a role in social and corporate worlds. When interacting with the British, keep in mind that the United Kingdom consists of four countries: England, Wales,

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The Ten Countries That Offer the Best Work-Life Balance for Expats

We all dream of the perfect work-life balance. Certain cultures and countries do a better job of creating and fostering it than others. InterNations, the world’s largest network for people who live and work abroad, recently conducted a survey to

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Gap Year Great Excuse to See the World

A gap year, or a year out following high school or university graduation, gives you a chance to be an adventurer. There are hundreds of organizations and charities that place volunteers on projects around the world during a gap year.

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Moving to the U.S. – What You Need to Know

The vast country can be affordable for expats, but it is important to do your research on everything from a region’s cost of living and housing options to health care and transportation, so you don’t get caught by surprise. By

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Mastering the Job Interview: Saudi Arabia

If you are looking for work in Saudi Arabia, the country offers a wealth of opportunities and income not taxed by the local government. If your eye-catching cover letter and CV custom-tailored to a specific job have attracted the attention

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Five Things to Know Before You Move Abroad

Moving abroad for work or to study is a major lifestyle change. You will encounter new languages, cultures, cuisine, and norms. Some of you will adjust quicker than others to a new country, but, for most, it takes time and

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