Monthly Archives: July 2011

>Working abroad – coming to the UK?

> Are you thinking of moving to live and work in the UK? Go to our newsletter ‘worldwise’ to find out more by clicking on this below link: Coming Home to the UK? You will also find some great articles and … Continue reading

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>Working Abroad – Scrutiny over US visas

> Giant Indian outsourcing company under scrutiny over US visas.Find out more in the New York Times article link below: Are you thinking of living or working abroad? Need help or support?Then contact us now at expatknowhow: us on twitter … Continue reading

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>10 most expensive world cities for expats

>The 10 most expensive world cities for expats. Rankings (out of 214) 2011      2010              City                     Country 1              1                  Luanda                Angola 2              2                  Tokyo                  Japan 3              3                  N’Djamena           Chad 4              4                  Moscow               Russia 5              5                  Geneva                Switzerland 6              6                  Osaka                  Japan 7              8                  Zurich                   Switzerland 8             11                 Singapore             Singapore 9              8                  Hong … Continue reading

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>UK Proposes reducing the number of immigrants who can apply for permanenet residence

> Foreign workers in the UK will have fewer options for settlement in the country under a series of new government proposals. Those working on temporary visas will not be able to apply for settlement, and the government will classify … Continue reading

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