Through this short story of my expatriation journey I am explaining the importance of achieving the right financial freedom and desired lifestyle, even while migrating.
When we talk about financial inclusion, you might be picturing the world’s poorest nations locked in inflated cash economies, or refugees fleeing from the struggles of their home country. Our current understanding has made us recognise that the issue is far broader than that.
According to the latest reports, the expatriation of citizens from the UK has spiked with more and more people moving to other EU-27 countries and Germany being their main destination. In this article we are listing some key advices that will help your move during the early days.
Relocating to a new country introduces new expenses and related stress. In this post we’re mapping what you should be expecting to spend before settling and start living and working in Germany.
Are you planning to move to Germany? At Ocyan, we made a checklist of the things that you need to do in order to start living and working in Germany.
Moving to a new country has lots of nuances that might seem no-brainers for the locals, but not for the newly arrived expats. Knowing the emergency numbers to call in case of an incidence is one of them.
We made the ultimate checklist of the things that you need to do in order to start living and working in Germany.
New country, new home, but finding a new place to live in Germany can be tricky, especially for Expats. In this short guide we are helping you go through this process.
Moving to a new country is relatively easy, but integrating with the local bureaucracy and system is one of the hardest things that you will do, and this is my story on how I managed to achieve it, when I moved from Italy to the UK.
Germany is a vibrant country that is becoming one of the most popular destination in Europe for expats. Being one of Europe’s healthier economy, Germany provides a range of interesting life style and job opportunities across the country.