An important consideration – and worry – for people looking to relocate overseas is the kind of welcome they can expect to receive.
Monday night Australian time saw more several thousand people have official citizenship conferred on them as part of the country's annual Australia Citizenship Day celebrations.
Learning the lingo remains the biggest obstacle which faces many people whose work takes them overseas.
After the French government passed a raft of new property taxes targeted at foreign owners, many investors have been warned to expect a big increase in their tax bills.
As the Olympic competitors, helpers and other members of the 'Games family' head home today, the outstanding success of Team GB is prompting some to ask whether there will now be a surge of expats returning home, riding this new wave of good feeling.
Suburban Australia has seen the fastest rates of population growth of the whole country over the past decade – with five areas on the outskirts of Melbourne, the capital of Victoria state, recording the highest increases of all.
Extra funding of £130,000 from the Scottish Assembly will offer more options for students from the country wanting to pursue their studies overseas.
While many British people may still see Spain as their ideal place to emigrate to, a growing number of Spaniards are heading in the other direction.
A sustained improvement in the housing market across America is being led by a number of western states, with Phoenix, Arizona living up to its name and rising from the ashes of the downturn ahead of every other regional market.
American President Barack Obama marked the country's Independence Day in traditional fashion yesterday, by welcoming 25 new citizens to the country, and saying that "immigration makes America stronger" and more prosperous.
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