Moving to Germany
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10 things to do in Germany in your first week

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We tell you which registrations are mandatory in your first week in Germany, plus where to indulge in the best of German culture and meet new people.

Television and radio in Germany

Getting a television and radio licence in Germany


Many television and radio channels are in English in Germany, but you need to register and pay a licence fee to connect to German television and radio.

German driver's licence

Driving in Germany using a foreign driver’s licence


To drive in Germany, you can use your foreign driver's licence for a set period before you need to obtain a German driver's licence, although conditions depend on your nationality.

Pet relocation to Germany

Bringing your pet to Germany


To relocate your pet to Germany there are certain rules relating to bringing pets into the country and also their behaviour and control once in Germany.

The common challenges of expat repatriation

The common challenges of expat repatriation


Thinking about going home? We have put together a handy list of three challenges every expat encounters when repatriating abroad and how to overcome them.

Relocation options for moving to Germany


You're moving to Germany but what's the best way to send your furniture, belongings or car? This guide explains air, shipping, road freight and customs for relocating to Germany.

The cheapest and most expensive countries to live in abroad for expats


Looking to relocate where your money goes the furthest? Here is the expat's guide to the cheapest and most expensive countries to live in on 2016, according to the latest Mercer Cost of Living survey.

Top 15 most popular countries for British expats

15 most popular countries for British expats


Around 4.2 million Brits have made a life overseas, but which countries do they now call home?

Guide to relocating overseas

Guide to relocating overseas: Important things to consider

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Moving your life overseas is no easy task but considering several factors before relocating — like finances, property and healthcare among others — certainly takes off the pressure from your impending move.

Tip for settling in a new country for expats

Top tips for settling into your new country as an expat


Despite an initial settling-in process, expats say they are loving life in their adopted countries and are there to stay, reveals new research from AXA PPP International.

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