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Top 50 Cities with Highest Cost of Living
Sep 7, 2010
One factor that expatriates consider when planning to move abroad is the cost of living in that country. The cost of living is based on the cost of the daily basic needs like shelter, food, health, and clothes.  more...
10 Most Expensive Cities in the World 2010
Jun 30, 2010
According to the survey commissioned by global human resources firm ECA International, it shows that the most expensive cities in are those who are in the most powerful countries world.  more...
Top 10 Countries that Offers the Best Healthcare
May 18, 2010
Here are top 10 countries with best healthcare:  more...
Singapore Named Best Place for Asians Expats
Apr 2, 2010
Great infrastructures, high health care services low crime rates and better air quality makes Singapore as the best place for Asian expatriates.  more...
Best Countries for Retirees
Feb 26, 2010

Some people when they reached in late 40’s or 50’s want to move to another country for retirement. These people chose to spend their remaining lives in a different environment.


Most Beautiful Cities to Live in
Feb 23, 2010

Forbes travel recently revealed the list of best cities to live in terms of its scenic and vibrant beauty.


Fortune 100 Reveals Best Companies to Work in 2010
Feb 5, 2010

Fortune 100 reveals top companies to work in United States in 2010. These dream companies offers not only high salaries and offer to its workers but it also one of the top companies that remains on top despite of global recession.


The Best Destination in Europe for Travelers
Jan 21, 2010
Aside from the greatest historical, manmade and natural views, Europe is more known for its strong governance, disciplined people and best lifestyle that they offer to its citizen.  more...
Adjustment Tips for New Foreign Workers
Jan 14, 2010
New foreign workers suffer from adjustment dilemmas during their first few months in their new working environment, which is totally normal.  more...
Greatest Mistake of Unsuccessful Expatriates
Jan 7, 2010

The biggest mistake that left some expatriates with no choice but to return home is related to their mindset and feelings. It is moving abroad with a very idealistic perception and trying their best to fit into their new life as fast as they can.

List of Countries Infected with H1N1 Virus
May 29, 2009

H1N1 virus is dangerous. It had killed hundred of people and keep on infecting people over the world. The H1N1 virus believes came from pigs in Mexico and spread out to its neighboring countries in North America and South America.

Be at Two Places at Once: Be a Euro-Commuter
Feb 1, 2009
A Euro-commuter is a person who travels in, around and between EU countries. These people often have employment in one country and hold residency in another.  more...
Expatriates and their Growing Children
Jan 15, 2009

Expatriate parents should also remember that a child’s experiences could greatly affect the way they develop. Issues must be resolved properly. Racial and ethnical problems may be difficult to avoid. That is why expat parents should talk to their kids constantly and help them adjust to their environment better.

Adjustment Denied Due To Fake Documents
Sep 9, 2008

If an alien enters the U.S. with fraudulent documents and later gets married to a U.S. citizen, is he/she eligible for adjustment of status? A recent decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals said no.

Representation in Removal Proceedings
Jul 1, 2008
One of the more frightening moments in an immigrant's life is the prospect of being removed from the United States and separated from friends and family. However, before the Immigration Service can physically remove a person from the United States, the Service must first place that person in Immigration Court.  more...
What is A Marriage Under Immigration Law?
Jun 20, 2008

Because many people seek to become a permanent resident through marriage, it is important to know what CIS considers a “marriage”. CIS will investigate the legal bona fides of the marriage. There are severe consequences if  the CIS determines that the marriage is a sham, including permanent banishment from the United States. 

Protect Yourself from Scam
Jun 10, 2008

No matter how society tries to eradicate the proliferation of scammers and swindlers, they survive and evolve in different shapes and forms all hoping to victimize unsuspecting individuals. Sadly, no matter where you go, you face the risk of meeting scammers but even if they are inevitable, it doesn’t mean that you can't avoid them.

Make Way for “Green Collar” Jobs
May 26, 2008

The need for “green collar” jobs, as tagged by the 2008 US Presidential candidates is rapidly increasing due to the lost of manufacturing and outsourcing jobs. Eyeing to serve as a replacement, green collar jobs includes occupation that has something to do with installing solar panels, weatherizing homes, brewing bio-fuels, building hybrid cars and erecting giant wind turbines.

Employment Based Priority Jump Forward 3 Years
May 23, 2008
The State Department just issued the visa bulletin for immigrant visas available in March 2008. While family-based priority dates barely moved, there was a giant jump for employment-based visas.  more...
Great Jobs for the Fresh Graduates
Apr 18, 2008

But who among the graduates are the most in-demand and sought after nowadays? The National Association of Colleges and Employees said that graduates who majored in the following face favorable future:  business, finance and information technology.



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