I'm looking to work in/maybe move to, a country where same-sex marriage is legal and gay people are treated equally. Any recommendations? Any advice from expatriates?
I've been in a committed and loving relationship with my partner for over 6 years. Looking forward, I would like to move to a country where I can get married, live, work, raise a family and be openly gay in a country with as much respect from the law and the community as everyone else. [more inside]
posted by Firegal
on Jun 18, 2012 -
I'm 32, have $60K in the bank, no debts, few personal attachments, and mad computer programming skills. I would like to move to another country for a year or two, where I can live economically off my savings, improve my programming skills, and start a number of web/software projects that will hopefully be the Next Big Thing. Where should I go? [more inside]
posted by coelacanth!
on Oct 7, 2010 -
I'm working on a project that requires at least 3 or 4 full days attention each week. What are some places in the US or world I could move to, &/or unusual living situations, that would give me a good chance of doing this? [more inside]
posted by cotesdurhone
on Nov 19, 2009 -
ExpatFilter: American Expat returning home for 2 weeks. What should I do while I am home?
BonusFilter: Help me decide what to do with all my worldly posessions that didnt go Expat with me. [more inside]
posted by Fiat124
on Nov 1, 2009 -
I'm living abroad for the foreseeable future. Help me be the best expat I can be. [more inside]
posted by j.s.f.
on Aug 1, 2007 -
What are some good resources to help an expatriate plan for retirement? [more inside]
posted by armage
on Apr 29, 2007 -
French Citizenship or Residence
I am a United States citizen who is looking to move to France. I am currently living in the Republic of Ireland but I am finding it harder and harder to maintain legal residence (even though, my mother is remarried to an Irishman and my ancestry is Irish) It seems you either have to be offered a contract for employment or be a student to stay here. I HEARD that requirements for French citizenship or permanent residence were more lenient. Does anyone have any information on this. I am NOT "highly skilled" in the slightest, unless you consider fixing PCs and Macs a skill.
posted by Livewire Confusion
on Feb 5, 2005 -