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Sharing this here, in case someone is interested in pursuing a blockchain business in the Philippines.

While stricter regulations are being imposed in other countries, the Philippines is enjoying a ‘friendlier’ climate for blockchain

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Itching to experience life in a new place? Have you thought about making the move to China? http://bit.ly/cost-living-china

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Considering a move to Germany? Here are the 11 best cities for expats to work in: http://bit.ly/best-german-cities

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Looking to move to Spain with kids?

Read about exactly how to find the right new school for your children: http://bit.ly/spanish-schools

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Everything that you need to know about immigrating to the U.S, packed into one detailed guide.

http://bit.ly/immigrating-to-us

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For those of you who are interested in moving to Italy for a while to explore your roots or just simply experience this wonderful county and for those of you after finishing the process for dual-citizenship with Italy.

For many of us, living abroad requires working and in this video I cover a few of the options you can find here in Italy. It may not be the easiest, but where there is a will there is a way ;)

Hope at least a few of you who are interested in moving to Italy find this helpful!

Have a great weekend ^_^
http://www.rafaeldifuria.com/workinitaly/

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Looking to make the move to France?

Here's everything that you need to know in order to make the transition as smooth as possible: http://bit.ly/immigrate-to-france

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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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It's no secret that living the expat life has its hardships.

Here are the 5 most common hardships faced by expats (and how to overcome them in no time): http://bit.ly/problems-expatriates-face

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Everything that you need to know to make the move to Australia: http://bit.ly/living-australia-expat
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