Moving Abroad

People Moving Abroad. Students, Retirees, Expats, and Overseas Workers.

It takes a lot of courage for people moving to another country but once it is done then the whole life changes. They get new reasons and new experiences that can motivate them into improving their personality. It is a whole new life that sometimes is for only a few years, like in the case of students, and other times it means forever. And there are millions of reasons why people move to a different country.  Probably as many reasons as many people. There are moments in life when people are at a crossroads and they have to make a decision. It is their future and what they really want. Therefore, they have to get as many information and testimonies from other people. In this category, you can find some information on what you can expect in different countries. For example, about their lifestyle, their habits, immigration laws and much. Be happy with your new story! [caption id="attachment_1482" align="alignleft" width="300"]People Moving Abroad. Students, Retirees, Expats, and Overseas Workers. People Moving Abroad. Students, Retirees, Expats, and Overseas Workers.[/caption]

Uluru, Australia

Some Useful Information on Your Move to Australia

Some useful information about Australia is found in this small article. Australia is a land of great opportunities and has a growing and sound economy.
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United Arab Emirates Visa Requirements

It is illegal to work in the UAE while being on a visit or tourist visa. Work permits are issued by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation
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Qatar Visa Requirements

Foreign employees working in Qatar are required to carry work visas. Business Visas allow non-Qataris to conduct business and work on a temporary basis.
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Saudi Arabia Visa Requirements

Citizens of all countries require a visa to visit Saudi Arabia except the citizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council members. Israeli stamps are not allowed.
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Kuwait Visa Requirements

Kuwait’s immigration system, like most other countries in the Middle East, is based on sponsorship. Visitors need to be sponsored.
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Bahrain Visa Requirements

Working Visas are issued based on the Non-Objection Certificate (N.O.C) issued by the General Directorate of Nationality on request of an employer.
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Oman Visa Requirements

Anyone who wants to work in Oman between the age of 21 and 60 and has a confirmed job offer from a company in Oman can get a work visa.
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Way of Life and Information about New Zealand

New Zealanders way of life is unique in the world. The country has great opportunities and plenty of free time plus an immense and unpolluted land.
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Italy Visa Requirements

EU citizens don’t need a work permit (only apply for a residence card). Non-EU citizens will have to apply for a working residence permit for Italy.
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France Visa Requirements

In case of a stay in France longer than 90 days, foreigners other than EU and EEA citizens must apply for a long-stay work visa
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Spain Visa Requirements

Foreign citizens other than EU and EEA wishing to work in Spain need a prior authorization to reside and work in Spain and then a visa.
Queenstown, New Zealand

New Zealand

New Zealand is one of the best destinations in the world with one-third of New Zealand’s landscape protected in national parks.





Nerissa, a Filipino Expat in Italy

I am a Filipino living in Italy. I was born and raised in the Philippines before moving to Sicily (Italy) after getting married in Manila. This is my life.
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Italian Lifestyle