“Britain is considering a divorce from Europe. Who ends up with custody is down to us on 23 June.” A sideways look at the Brexit debate from the team at expatpost.
This month: The green, green grass of home? Some of the practical difficulties faced by British expats on return to the United Kingdom.
Australia is a dream destination for many Brits thinking about upping sticks. But despite the language and cultural similarities, the paperwork and regulations faced by emigrants to Australia are as complicated as anywhere else. Dominic Higgins takes a brief look at at some of the bureaucracy you’ll tackle if you decide to make the move.
Dave gets an email from a company inviting him to pay them $15-$20 to add a pointless extra step into his applications for e-visas.
The Canadian government is following the example of several other countries by clamping down on unscrupulous charlatans offering “guaranteed” visas or “promising” to speed up the processing of applications for immigration to Canada.
Canada’s Minister of Citizenship calls for nominations for the 2010 Citizenship Awards – acknowledging the contribution that Canadians have made in promoting the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, and in helping newcomers in integrating into Canadian society.