Relocating overseas for work is an exciting opportunity: you’ll get the chance to experience a brand new country and its culture while expanding your international business prospects. However, between shipping your belongings, acquiring a visa, and finding new housing, it can be stressful, too. Especially if you’re going to live in a country whose dominant language is not your native tongue, you may wonder how to best prepare for the big move. Read on for advice on how and when to get…
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