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    Madagascar Malaysia Malta Martinique Mexico Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongolia Morocco Namibia Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Rwanda Saint Lucia Saudi Arabia Scotland Senegal Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad Tob Turkey Turkmenistan UAE Uganda UK Ukraine United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe Join Sign In Home Country Forums Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Home Country Forums Global Forum Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Moving Overseas Culture Shock Expat Healthcare Expat Tax Finance FACTA FBAR Expat Blogs Retire Overseas Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration My Home Private Messages Friends Invite My Ads My Profile My Tips Login to Contact highlyfavoured1 About highlyfavoured1 Currently Lives Citizen of Some Forum Posts Ivory Coast new to ivory coast help me settle in Hey y all my family is supposed to be relocating to San pedro I have a 4 year old and I m looking for a good International school for her Also I m looking for a good neighborhood to live and a bible believing Church We speak English only for now learning French online I m a little nervous about this whole move as we just moved back to Liberia from America and she s trying to settle in and now moving to a place with language barrier I feel bad for her young little brain It will really help if we can get her in an international school Global Expat Forum new to ivory coast help me settle in Hey y all my family is supposed to be relocating to San pedro I have a 4 year old and I m looking for a good International school for her Also I m looking for a good neighborhood to live and a bible believing Church We speak English only for now learning French online I m a little nervous about this whole move as we just moved back to Liberia from America and she s trying to settle in and now moving to a place with language barrier I feel bad for her young little brain It will really help if we can get her in an international school Date Joined 2 9 2016 Total Posts 4 Posts Day 1 49 Join Today free Join Expat Exchange to meet expats in your area or get advice before your move It s FREE and takes 1 minute List a Property free Overseas Properties View All Property Listings General Santos City Philippines Property for Sale Nuevo Arenal Costa Rica Property for Sale Akumal Mexico Property for Sale Add a free Property Listing or Rental Listing Moving Overseas

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  • Global Expat Expat Forum ~ Muslim man wanted to marry me as Second wife
    Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration My Home Private Messages Friends Invite My Ads My Profile My Tips Global Expat Forum Expat Forum Muslim man wanted to marry me as Second wife Post New Topic Order Oldest First Newest First christineelde Login to Contact 7 19 2015 20 41 EST Hello I have known this Egyptian for 5 years and he married to first wife but is seperated He says he wanted married me but that I be his second wife In Islam is allowed I am muslim revert convert I already given him prenup marriage contract he agree too but am having hard time dealing the idea he is still married I been married twice before to egyptian had had bad expereince and both took all my money and left me with nothing I not want to fall back into another trap so that is why I had prenup made and legalize to protect myself and my rights as a wife in Islam He never asked for money from me he even told me if he ever asked for it that I should divorce him Anyone has any advise on how I can overcome this issue as being second wife In USA it is not legal to have two wives only one My upbringing from catholic family only believes one spouse and culture I am age of 50 i have read quan and hadith that pbuh prophet mohamed married his first wife who was 25 his senior and he loved her the man whom want to marry me as his second wife is 8 yrs younger than me Can someone give any suggestions to help me deal with this issue I do love him and known him of 5 years but it is hard Post a Reply 0 0 abuse rontano Login to Contact 7 28 2015 09 56 EST You convert to Islam from Catholic hmmmm and you love him and he Is 8 years younger and you lost your money before with your ex Well I don t think that you should marriage the gentleman man with an older women to me it doesn t work PLUS to be the SECOND WIFE I don t see it favorable to you Marriage a little older guy than you That is the way Post a Reply 0 0 abuse christineelde Login to Contact 8 10 2015 14 32 EST Ratano Thanks for your input Do appreciate it really I did respond to my other forum in My Network Egypt you would see my final words Again thank you for your opinion of thoughts Post a Reply 0 0 abuse ANNETTA87 Login to Contact 2 9 2016 02 58 EST Hi So what have u decided It s rather risky I also liked one Muslim but did not respond to

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    want to fall back into another trap so that is why I had prenup made and legalize to protect myself and my rights as a wife in Islam He never asked for money from me he even told me if he ever asked for it that I should divorce him Anyone has any advise on how I can overcome this issue as being second wife In USA it is not legal to have two wives only one My upbringing from catholic family only believes one spouse and culture I am age of 50 i have read quan and hadith that pbuh prophet mohamed married his first wife who was 25 his senior and he loved her the man whom want to marry me as his second wife is 8 yrs younger than me Can someone give any suggestions to help me deal with this issue I do love him and known him of 5 years but it is hard Global Expat Forum Muslim man wanted to marry me as Second wife Hello I have known this Egyptian for 5 years and he married to first wife but is seperated He says he wanted married me but that I be his second wife In Islam is allowed I am muslim revert convert I already given him prenup marriage contract he agree too but am having hard time dealing the idea he is still married I been married twice before to egyptian had had bad expereince and both took all my money and left me with nothing I not want to fall back into another trap so that is why I had prenup made and legalize to protect myself and my rights as a wife in Islam He never asked for money from me he even told me if he ever asked for it that I should divorce him Anyone has any advise on how I can overcome this issue as being second wife In USA it is not legal to have two wives only one My upbringing from catholic family only believes one spouse and culture I am age of 50 i have read quan and hadith that pbuh prophet mohamed married his first wife who was 25 his senior and he loved her the man whom want to marry me as his second wife is 8 yrs younger than me Can someone give any suggestions to help me deal with this issue I do love him and known him of 5 years but it is hard Egypt I need to understand My advise to you Never bring daughter back to Egypt to meet family Why the father will take your daughter away and you will never see her again I known two women whom both are british but father was egyptian mother brougth them to egypt to visit dad They never went back to egypt Father took them away from their mother Both ladies who I spoke to said they never forgave their father for what he did till this

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  • Global Expat Expat Forum ~ Where to Retire
    from place to place I went to a small island expecting to stay for a week or two as part of my time in that country and ended up staying for 7 years After I had been there a few years I would get asked by tourists it was a tourist destination who heard I had been there a while what made me decide to stay I would honestly answer them that I had never actually decided to stay I just hadn t decided to leave yet Eventually I did decide to leave I packed up and left in a week On to the next Going back to the issue of sticking that brings me to the most important piece of advice in my opinion that anyone contemplating a move to another country can get NEVER NEVER NEVER buy property until you have lived in a country for at least 1 and preferably 2 years That s how long the honeymoon phase can last When the rose coloured glasses finally come off the picture may be entirely different as I have said Renting means you can very easily decide to move on if you wish Buying locks you in to a much greater degree During my 7 years on that island for example I never once say anyone leave with more money than they arrived with and most left with considerably less than they arrived with It is easy to buy a home in many desirable retirement locations it is not so easy to sell Usually by the time someone gets to the point they want out they really want out That s not hard to understand and the locals usually understand that very well indeed So they will not offer anywhere near what you think your property is worth They know that by that point you just want out and make their offers accordingly You then have 3 choices stay and be unhappy sell at a loss and move on hope to find a new starry eyed foreign buyer looking for their piece of paradise This brings me to the next thing that I think is important Who to listen to I recognize that not everyone can deal with the idea of NEXT Some people feel they have to have roots and the idea of well maybe we ll stay and maybe we ll move on just isn t for them They really believe they need to make a permanent decision of where to retire For those people who to listen to is therefore important Other people contemplating a move can tell you all about what their research has found Crime rates healthcare etc They can t tell you anything about living in that country The information they can share is valuable in terms of what it does tell you but of no value in terms of telling you whether you will like it there Next are those in the honeymoon phase They live there and can tell you

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    2 years and only 1 2 were still there after 5 years Whether you accept those numbers as meaningful or not there is no denying that it does not work out for everyone the way they thought it would The biggest single reason I have observed for people not sticking is a simple inability to adapt to different Nothing to do with power outages or poor medical services etc It just isn t the same as home Unfortunately there is no way to know beforehand whether you will stick or not It isn t about right or wrong good or bad it is just about different So my advice to anyone contemplating living in another country is that you just realize you may not stick and plan accordingly If you do that then you will see that it will lead to very different decisions all along the way First it can make deciding which country to try much easier In my own case for example I did not start out trying to choose any country to live in I just went travelling with no fixed time limit on how long I would stay or even a plan of which countries I would go to Isn t that freedom to get up in the morning and decide what you want to do that day part of what being retired and financially independent to whatever degree is all about You are to a degree free to live wherever you want for as long as you want Why would you want to try and decide something that it is impossible to know about beforehand and that would lock you in to whatever degree What if instead you said to yourself here are 3 countries I think I would like I will start with them and see what happens So you go to the first and rent for 3 months and then on to the second rinse and repeat No stress to get it right no problem to move on if you feel like it After 2 years of casually moving from place to place I went to a small island expecting to stay for a week or two as part of my time in that country and ended up staying for 7 years After I had been there a few years I would get asked by tourists it was a tourist destination who heard I had been there a while what made me decide to stay I would honestly answer them that I had never actually decided to stay I just hadn t decided to leave yet Eventually I did decide to leave I packed up and left in a week On to the next Going back to the issue of sticking that brings me to the most important piece of advice in my opinion that anyone contemplating a move to another country can get NEVER NEVER NEVER buy property until you have lived in a country for at least 1 and preferably 2 years That s how long the honeymoon phase can last When the rose coloured glasses finally come off the picture may be entirely different as I have said Renting means you can very easily decide to move on if you wish Buying locks you in to a much greater degree During my 7 years on that island for example I never once say anyone leave with more money than they arrived with and most left with considerably less than they arrived with It is easy to buy a home in many desirable retirement locations it is not so easy to sell Usually by the time someone gets to the point they want out they really want out That s not hard to understand and the locals usually understand that very well indeed So they will not offer anywhere near what you think your property is worth They know that by that point you just want out and make their offers accordingly You then have 3 choices stay and be unhappy sell at a loss and move on hope to find a new starry eyed foreign buyer looking for their piece of paradise This brings me to the next thing that I think is important Who to listen to I recognize that not everyone can deal with the idea of NEXT Some people feel they have to have roots and the idea of well maybe we ll stay and maybe we ll move on just isn t for them They really believe they need to make a permanent decision of where to retire For those people who to listen to is therefore important Other people contemplating a move can tell you all about what their research has found Crime rates healthcare etc They can t tell you anything about living in that country The information they can share is valuable in terms of what it does tell you but of no value in terms of telling you whether you will like it there Next are those in the honeymoon phase They live there and can tell you how they went about choosing how they like it SO FAR but it is likely to be a rose tinted perspective It s like someone who bought a new car They love it for the first year and have no complaints yet Next are the people I think you should really listen to Those who have been there at least 5 years They are the ones who really know what it is like to live there They are more likely to tell you the reality of living there But bear in mind even within this group you have different from you kinds of people So finding people who are the most like yourself in terms of interests outlooks on life etc will be your best source of information They are people who stuck but if you they aren t like you their perspective is of limited value So to re cap I don

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  • Global Expat Expat Forum ~ moving to south america
    medicines you need every month etc Then what is left to spend for rent food clothes etc Yes I know your medicines will be cheaper where ever you go but for the moment count the price as you pay now Once you have that figure then go looking for a country that suits you There are many webgroups that discuss rents foods and doctors prices Some places like Bolivia and Peru are pretty cheap Then create a list of possibilities that you like Good Luck Suzie Hammond is the author the eBook system I am Not Sure Where I Want to Be But it s Not Here Easily Find Your Ideal Relocation Destination http www goodwriter info Blog FREE eZine Free Special Report http www goodwriter info Blog index html Post a Reply 0 0 abuse HannahDaniels Login to Contact 8 13 2015 12 10 EST I would love to do this also maybe we could go together Post a Reply 0 0 abuse suziehammond Login to Contact 8 13 2015 20 35 EST I am already in SA We are in Chile and moved here 6 years ago We are quite happy with our decision and are just building a house where we will have spare rooms for rent for people who want to try out life in Chile on a gradient But you may find this country a little more pricey than you have in mind While a bargain in some ways it isn t the super cheap live in luxury on almost no money places you hear stories about If you decide to visit Santiago though definitely give us a call Post a Reply 0 0 abuse szrashid Login to Contact 8 17 2015 04 47 EST Hi I want to relocate to Cyprus with my two kids and spouse before retirement I want to live and job in Banking the Finance Sector having 18 years Government Administration Job six years Accounts Finance Department at Dubai UAE and nine years banking experience can anybody brief me the rules regulations for live and job in Cyprus Tips and advice for Job hunting employment opportunities Regards szrashid gmail com Post a Reply 0 0 abuse PanamaJackie Login to Contact 8 29 2015 21 39 EST You don t need to go to South America to find what you are looking for There are many places in Panama where expats live very well on 1000 a month income or even less If you like beach life Las Tablas or Puerto Armuelas would be ideal I know a lady in Las Tablas renting a 1 bedroom house for 80 a month In Puerto Armuellas you can still get a house right on the beach for about 340 a month Further away from the beach is even less If you like the mountains and sprring like weather year round then Volcan or Sante Fe would work ideal for a limited budget A friend is renting a 3 bedroom 2 bath furnished house

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    Morocco Namibia Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Rwanda Saint Lucia Saudi Arabia Scotland Senegal Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad Tob Turkey Turkmenistan UAE Uganda UK Ukraine United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe Join Sign In Home Country Forums Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Home Country Forums Global Forum Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Moving Overseas Culture Shock Expat Healthcare Expat Tax Finance FACTA FBAR Expat Blogs Retire Overseas Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration My Home Private Messages Friends Invite My Ads My Profile My Tips Login to Contact mrsnej About mrsnej Currently Lives Citizen of Some Forum Posts Global Expat Forum moving to south america I want to move to south america would like info on a cheap place I have limited income would retire there I dont need much would like internet or phone would love to learn the language and become like a native Need information on something cheap for survival thanks for any help Date Joined 8 7 2015 Total Posts 1 Posts Day 0 01 Join Today free Join Expat Exchange to meet expats in your area or get advice before your move It s FREE and takes 1 minute List a Property free Overseas Properties View All Property Listings Balikpapan Indonesia Property for Rent Gorgona Panama Property for Sale Petit Goave Haiti Property for Sale Add a

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  • Global Expat Expat Forum ~ Expats help!!
    Real Estate International Jobs Home Country Forums Global Forum Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Moving Overseas Culture Shock Expat Healthcare Expat Tax Finance FACTA FBAR Expat Blogs Retire Overseas Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration My Home Private Messages Friends Invite My Ads My Profile My Tips Global Expat Forum Expat Forum Expats help Post New Topic Order Oldest First Newest First leilarachelle Login to Contact 1 21 2016 18 17 EST I am a 35 year old single American female in need of any culture other than America I have some career college and I currently work in embroidery in the states I am an artist potter and would love to do my work and live off that but as we all know most artists ARE starving so I love the ocean and would like to have a slower more laid back lifestyle I am currently learning French and I know a little Spanish I thought about going into the TEFL thing but from what I ve read online a job might be harder to find since I don t have an Bachelor s degree Does anyone have any thoughts or suggestions for where a good place would be all things considered Post a Reply 0 0 abuse OldPro Login to Contact 1 22 2016 16 29 EST You need to consider where you are likely to be able to legally live and work To be able to get a residence visa you generally need to have some skill profession that is in demand Without that your options will be quite limited Post a Reply 0 0 abuse Ashira Login to Contact 2 3 2016 10 32 EST Hi I heard Belize was a good place to move to if you like the ocean If clear Caribbean waters and year round sunshine are your priorities Belize may be the destination for you The Belize Barrier Reef is a diving and snorkeling haven Over 180 miles long it contains three offshore atolls ring like coral islands with a reef surrounding a lagoon plus numerous sand cays islands lagoons and estuaries Marine life includes Green Moray Eels Yellowtail Damselfish nurse sharks Parrot Fish and bottlenose dolphins In addition to coral reefs there are mountainous regions savannas and jungle lowlands to explore When you hike you will have 500 species of birds to search out such as the colorful Scarlet Macaw graceful Great Egret and Keel Billed Toucan the national bird of Belize You can contact me if you want information about online income to allow you the flexibility to continue to do your artwork Monique Post a Reply 0 0 abuse All times are ET Expatriate Health Insurance Get a quote for expat health insurance Expat Banking Global Expat Banking for

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