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More Reasons to Move To Canada

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More Reasons to Move To Canada

Canada. It’s one of the friendliest countries on the planet, and it’s definitely earned this great reputation.

Aside from being one of the friendliest places on Earth, statistically, it’s also one of the safest. These are just two of the many reasons why people immigrate to the Great White North – but what are some others?

In this article, we’re going to look at the reasons people move to Canada, which may just convince you to move too!

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5 Tips to Buying Property in Maui

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5 Tips to Buying Property in Maui

Maui is a popular destination for those looking to buy a vacation home or invest in real estate.

With its beautiful beaches, year-round warm weather, and abundance of outdoor recreational activities, it’s easy to see why.

If you’re considering buying property in Maui, here are five tips to keep in mind.

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Reasons to Work Remotely From Spain

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Reasons to Work Remotely From Spain

With the shift towards remote work becoming a permanent part of employment culture, and the world fighting to win back tourist dollars, countries are starting to target a unique group of travellers.

Digital nomads are on the rise; setting themselves up in other countries and working from their laptops for an extended period of time. Visas used to be the issue with this type of lifestyle; you could traditionally only spend 30 – 90 days in a country as a tourist, and didn’t have the legal right to work.

But that’s all changing, and with 50+ countries now offering generous long term visas specifically for remote workers, the question then becomes which one to choose as your base.

If you’re looking for a country with an affordable cost of living, an amazing healthcare system, incredible places to explore on your days off, and year round sunshine, there’s really only one country to consider; Spain.

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A Full Time Traveller’s Guide to Business Management

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A Full Time Traveller’s Guide to Business Management

If you’re a full-time traveler, you know that there are many things to manage: from your finances to your accommodation and everything in between.

And if you’re running a business at the same time, it can be tricky to keep everything organized. But don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. Here are our top tips for managing your business as a full-time traveler.

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Countries with the Cheapest Digital Nomad Visas

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Countries with the Cheapest Digital Nomad Visas

Digital nomads are on the rise, especially as the world faces the ‘Great Resignation’ where office workers are starting to resign. The freedom and flexibility of remote work offered during the pandemic has allowed us all to rethink our careers, goals, and work / life balance, and it has become increasingly difficult for employers to bring their teams back into the office.

And why would you? … Return to the office? When you can be working from Italy one month, and Greece the next?

Visas used to be one of the biggest issues for digital nomads, because tourist visas were capped at 30 days, meaning your work routine was constantly disrupted. But now more and more countries are enticing remote workers to stay for an extended period of time, and 50+ countries now offerr generous long term visas.

As a digital nomad, the cost of visas can really add up if you’re moving around a lot. So here we’ve compiled a list of the cheapest.

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Ways to Push On if Your Small Travel Business is Stalling

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Ways to Push On if Your Small Travel Business is Stalling

Whether you’re an expat navigating business in a new country, a digital nomad managing from the road, or a small business owner in the travel industry at home, when your business simply isn’t performing in the way you want it to, it can be a source of real frustration.

Maybe you’ve been putting in the hours but things just haven’t been working out recently. It certainly isn’t a unique situation and you’re not the first small business owner to experience this.

But there are things you can do to turn things around and a kickstart your stalling business. Read on and find out how.

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How To Make A Smooth Transition From Tourist To Expat

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How To Make A Smooth Transition From Tourist To Expat

Whether you’re moving for a new job, family, or to address your wanderlusting spirit to live a nomadic life, transitioning from tourist to an expat means you’re in for an exciting time.

However, being a tourist is entirely different from living an expat life. Even if your stint in the country is only a year or two, the big move is not without hardship. There are endless things to do and certain challenges along the way. But fear not because the world is now a global village with many individuals constantly moving from one country to the next.

If you speak with any expat, they won’t bombard you with their complaints or lament how hard it is to move. Instead, you’ll hear amazing stories about their journey and how they treasure this opportunity. To make sure your relocation is smooth, check out these helpful tips.

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Why You Might Need An Immigration Attorney When Moving to Another Country

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Why You Might Need An Immigration Attorney When Moving to Another Country

Are you planning to work or live in another country? If yes, then you might be thinking about whether hiring an immigration lawyer is best for you.

Moving to another country can be a tough experience, especially as you often have to go through the complex immigration rules and laws which you may find difficult to settle by yourself. Immigration can entail plenty of paperwork and an in-depth understanding of the procedural bureaucracy of the country you’re moving into. So it’s not uncommon if you don’t want to go through alone.

It’s important to note that the smallest of mistakes in your application can result in unfavorable circumstances such as denials, years-long delays, or even deportation. This makes it a significant challenge for overseas nationals who don’t know anything about immigration regulations.

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Working While Traveling in Brazil: 5 Things to Keep In Mind

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Working While Traveling in Brazil: 5 Things to Keep In Mind

Over the past two years, traveling for work has taken on a completely different meaning, and with the rise of the work from home lifestyle, more and more people are able to work from their laptops, and take their laptops with them on the road.

While traveling for work used to mean boarding a plane just to sit in a boring meeting on the other side, now traveling for work means that you’re going on a workation, in your chosen place, preferably from a hammock!

When you aren’t confied to the walls of an office, Brazil seems like a great option to start with. If it’s your first time working while traveling though, here are some tips for adjusting to digital nomad life.

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Tips and Best Peaceful Places to Live for Writers

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Tips and Best Peaceful Places to Live for Writers

Maybe you’ve been traveling while working on your next best-selling novel, or have a steady job traveling and writing for an international publication. Or perhaps you’ve lived the digital nomad life while writing on your own blog.

In any scenario, if you’re thinking it’s time to settle down in one location, you might be wondering about the most peaceful places to live for writers. One thing is true for all kinds of writers and creative digital nomads – location is key to creativity.

While we’ll be the first to tell you that travel is extraordinarily inspiring for any type of writing, sometimes having a stable headquarters can provide a more grounded, structured environment for professional and amateur writers alike. With this in mind, how do you go about choosing a quiet, peaceful place to live that will keep you inspired?

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