Is dual citizenship an option for you?
· The Norwegian American During the month of May, Norwegians Worldwide (Nordmanns-Forbundet) held a series of seminars about the new laws on dual citizenship in Norway in major U.S. cities: San Francisco, Austin, Houston, and Seattle.
American Expats In Norway
Audrey Camp is an American expat and freelance writer living in Oslo, Norway with her husband. She blogs about the nuances of Norwegian culture, as well as about travel, marriage, and the writing life.
Norway reaching out to Americans fleeing Trump …
Norway is rich in oil and natural resources, with one of the world’s highest standards of living. Oslo is a glittering Scandinavian city. The United Nation’s Human Development Index has ranked Norway as the world’s best country to live in … for 12 years in a row!
What American Expats Really Think Of Scandinavian …
· Many American politicians and commentators are sceptical of the model, so two American expats in Norway and Denmark have their say on what everyday life is really like in the Nordic countries.
Best Places for American Expats to Live Abroad in …
This list is based on my personal experience living abroad as well as a single, childfree, American woman approaching 40. After researching the most popular places in Europe, I used the following factors to narrow down our list of the best places to live in Europe:
The AWC is a social network of American women living in the Oslo area of Norway. Most Norwegian dentists have their own private practices and can be found in the yellow pages under “Tannleger” (Dentists). Children are called in to the kommunal dentist office at
10 Things Americans Love About Living in Britain
If you’re living in the U.K. over the holiday season, you’ll see that it’s quite an event with streets elaborately decorated, cards twice the size of your head, paper crowns, crackers (prezzies pop out), a roast fit for a king, pantomimes and annual Christmas specials
20 Pros and Cons of Living in Sweden – Vittana.org
The pros and cons of living in Sweden work to balance the benefits of a slower, relaxed pace of life with the need to manage the sometimes difficult living conditions. Because the nation is not part of the Eurozone, there are times when the krona does not hold as much value.
10 Differences Between Living in England and US As an …
10 things about living in England as an American that I wasn’t prepared for Jennifer Still 2018-10-22T13:57:00Z The letter F. An envelope. It indicates the ability to send an email. A stylized
An expat guide to living in Helsinki, Finland
· I have been living in the Helsinki area for more than five years. During that time, I came through good, bad, and quite weird experiences, which I would like to share. 2. Moving from St. Petersburg to Helsinki To move from St. Petersburg to Helsinki, I had to do an
Living in Japan as A Foreigner (The Good, The Bad, & …
What’s it like living in Japan as a foreigner? My name is Jessica and I recently moved back to my hometown of Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A. I have spent the last 3 years and 4 months living in Hyogo prefecture, Japan, spending most of my weekends and free time in
An American living in Canada explains the pros and …
An American living in Canada explains the pros and cons of moving Chris Weller 2016-11-11T16:56:00Z The letter F. An envelope. It indicates the ability to send an email. A stylized bird with an
Living in Greece: Pros and Cons
There are many reasons for living in Greece as an American. Ultimately, it offers a great experience to both expats looking to retire and returning to a home country. Greece is known for its rich cultural history as well as one of the best countries to relax. However
Reasons NOT to move to Norway? : Norway
I’m an American living in Norway and yes, it has its positives but overall I’m just patiently waiting to get to Sweden or Denmark because Norway isn’t what I’d want in the long run. Safety and a peace of mind is something you’ll get here that you probably won’t find in most American cities.
Living In Germany : A Guide To Moving To Germany As …
Living in Germany, with 82.4 million people, means living in one of Europe’s most populous countries, a cosmopolitan place of diversity and modernity.As a result of different regional earldoms and monarchies throughout Germany’s history, each city has its own