Unless you’re one of us yourself, the world of expats is probably this big black hole of visas, tax issues, remittances and more that you can’t be bothered to concern yourself with. And I can’t blame you – expat issues aren’t something anyone would choose to read up on in their free time. However, as the world gets “flatter and flatter” and borders become more and more blurred with people working remotely and moving overseas, the number of expats is exponentially increasing.… [Read more]
One of our main goals is to do our part to chip away at the the things that divide us. We believe that people are much more alike than we are different but we allow our differences to separate us. We think that if people are given topics to think about (including how other people live, how they're affected by the things we say and/or do and the taboo subjects that make us cringe or laugh) then we are a step closer to bridging the divide.
Immigration can be a lengthy and drawn out process with many steps involved. If you’re looking to become a citizen, you should know what to expect.
The first step for immigrants who want to permanently live in the United States is to obtain an immigrant visa, typically in the categories of either family sponsorship or employer sponsorship.… [Read more]