Where you relocate and how you live there will be affected greatly by where you are from in the world. Each country has special rules and regulations governing their citizens abroad. There are some that have tax treaties with other countries, others that have health care agreements with partnering nations and still others that mostly let their expatriates fend for themselves.
In the following section, Expat Info Desk provides comprehensive information on nationality-specific issues that you may encounter as an expat. In many cases, hours of research are required to answer important tax and legal questions that you may have before you relocate abroad. Expat Info Desk, however, has compiled easy-to-understand, practical information and references to the pertinent websites so that you can find your answers quickly and get to the exciting side of living the expat life abroad.
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