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Expatriate Lifestyle, International Living
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Throughout the world, the United State’s healthcare system is known for two things: the first-class, cutting-edge medical care provided at the country’s hospitals and the unique insurance system that can make receiving medical treatment confusing and potentially very expensive for visitors and expatriates. Whether facing a medical emergency or opting for elective treatment, expats and visitors alike can expect a high standard of healthcare across the United States–but you should be aware of the costs and limitations of treatment for foreigners without health insurance.

Visit: https://www.internationalcitizens.com/hospitals/united-states/

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The Complete Guide to Taxation for American Expats

Filing taxes in your native country can be a headache. Doing taxes as an US expatriate, however, can be even more daunting of a task.

As an expat, you’ll need to do plenty of research to make sure you don’t miss any critical steps. You need to grasp the law, know the exceptions, and understand the loopholes to ensure that you aren’t taxed twice, and more importantly, ensure that you don’t face severe tax penalties.

Today, we’re here to help make the US expat tax filing process as seamless as possible. We’ve outlined every step of the tax filing process for American expats to give you everything that you need to sail through tax season without issue.

https://www.internationalcitizens.com/finances/tax-filing-american-expats.php
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Planning a Move abroad - Store, Ship or Trash It?

Ready to pack your bags and move to the other side of the world? Living abroad can be an exciting adventure! Packing your bags for adventure is easy. Packing your bags, and boxes, and books for long term storage is much less exciting. But selling everything you own and saying goodbye to all your possessions isn’t much better. So before you head out on your grand adventure, should you store your belongings, sell them – or are there other options? Read on to find out!

https://www.internationalcitizens.com/moving-abroad/store-or-ship.php

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Best Hospitals in China for Expatriates and Visitors - The Chinese healthcare system centers around public hospitals. Unlike many countries where you visit a general practitioner or a neighborhood clinic, it is very common in China to visit the hospital for routine concerns as well as for significant emergencies. Hospitals in China sometimes work with health care apps for booking routine appointments. Alas, in almost all cases they require a Chinese identification number. Therefore, expats have to access care the old fashioned way – visiting the hospital registration desk and taking a number.

Read More: https://www.internationalcitizens.com/hospitals/china/

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Best Hospitals in China for Expatriates and Visitors - The Chinese healthcare system centers around public hospitals. Unlike many countries where you visit a general practitioner or a neighborhood clinic, it is very common in China to visit the hospital for routine concerns as well as for significant emergencies. Hospitals in China sometimes work with health care apps for booking routine appointments. Alas, in almost all cases they require a Chinese identification number. Therefore, expats have to access care the old fashioned way – visiting the hospital registration desk and taking a number.

Read More: https://www.internationalcitizens.com/hospitals/china/

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If you’re passionate about travel, you’ve undoubtedly come across many an article that promises how you can see the world for next to nothing or live in a foreign country for free. But experienced international citizens know that travel and money are never so straightforward, no matter how frugal you are. Regardless of your living or spending style, there are always expenses to keep track of and when you’re living in a foreign country, you can expect extra challenges. It’s not always easy being away from your home bank or trying to juggle life, business, and pleasure with a confusing assortment of currencies and coins. These international money apps will help you make sense of it all and save time and energy for what you love best -seeing the world!

Read more: https://www.internationalcitizens.com/finances/money-management-apps-abroad.php

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Some helpful advice if you are considering a move abroad with a family...
Thinking about moving abroad with your new family? The HSBC Explorer Survey results have been announced which means your helpful guide when it comes to trying to figure out the best places to raise children as an expat are in. Although this survey covers three areas: economics, experience and raising children- our main focus will be the on the third criteria: raising children. Choosing which country to become an expat in is difficult, add into the mix that you will be bringing along children and it can make the decision even more difficult.

Read more: https://www.internationalcitizens.com/living-abroad/top-3-places-raise-children-expat.php

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21 Great apps for global nomads and expats. Which ones are missing?
An amazingly helpful list of apps for expatriates and global nomads. Read these and share your own.

https://www.internationalcitizens.com/living-abroad/top-apps.php
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