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5 Things You Need To Know To Get Settled In The United States

By Jacinta Jovanovic

If, like the Mayflower pilgrims, you too are tempted by the American dream, know that the adventure is not without pitfalls! Although the business is less perilous today than it was in the 17th century, expatriation to the United States remains a delicate matter for many reasons. Taxation, expat insurance, education… we explain everything there… Read More »5 Things You Need To Know To Get Settled In The United States

Comparison Between Immigration In France And Immigration To Switzerland: Who Wins?

By Gavin Bon

Immigration seems to be the theme chosen by French politicians for the presidential campaign that started a year ahead of schedule in France. And it is not only the National Front that denounces the situation. The French minister of the interior multiplies the statements on immigration, and the moderate right also takes up the subject.… Read More »Comparison Between Immigration In France And Immigration To Switzerland: Who Wins?

Behind Every Immigrant, An Exceptional Story

By Tilde Berg

Success is individual I am probably not the only one who, somewhere in the middle of his thinking, has looked at Canada in these terms: “People without exceptional talent, with fewer qualifications and fewer experiences have done well in Canada. So if it’s going well for them, it should definitely be fine for me.” Who… Read More »Behind Every Immigrant, An Exceptional Story

My Expat Tips To Make It Easier For You To Do Business

By Jacinta Jovanovic

Any preparation for a possible expatriation requires an inevitable phase: that of gathering all the documents required to have the opportunity to fulfill one’s dream. This is the phase that any person who does not wish to end up with a visa or work permit is dreaded simply because of a “sheet of paper”. To… Read More »My Expat Tips To Make It Easier For You To Do Business

Saving Migrants is an Obligation of Solidarity

By Jacinta Jovanovic

For days and days, the Open Arms ship has been criss-crossing the Mediterranean Sea in search of a port where its singular passengers disembark, which are called migrants for the convenience of language when they are simply damned from the earth. For days and days, European capitals such as low-level rag-pickers have been arguing over… Read More »Saving Migrants is an Obligation of Solidarity

How Can I Help Migrants?

By Gavin Bon

Thousands of refugees need help on a daily basis. Here are some initiatives and associations with which you can act or express your solidarity. In 2015, the cities of Calais, Bodrum in Turkey, the islands of Lampedusa in Italy, Kos in Greece, and the Hungarian or Serbian borders, saw hundreds of thousands of Syrians, Iraqis,… Read More »How Can I Help Migrants?

Migrate to the US as an Accountant

How to Migrate to the US as an Accountant?

By Tilde Berg

Migrating to the US might be the best move for you as an Accountant. The US absorbs people from different nationalities all over the world. In contrast to the records of some decades ago, the population of immigrants has increased. The US recorded about 14 percent as the immigrants’ population in 2017. This population includes… Read More »How to Migrate to the US as an Accountant?