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There are many countries in Europe that could fit the bill and it's difficult to compare them directly. You will have to decide if obtaining a visa, finding work and living there is easier for you. That said, some (but not all) have visa fees that are (much) lower than USD 3500. For example: A residence permit “compétence et talents” or a European Blue card ...


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Here are some tools you can use to compare the numbers with your expectations and goals: You can check the cost of living here, and calculate the expected tax deductions here. In case those links go down, the searches I did for those were "west lafayette cost of living" and "indiana tax deductions", respectively. There are likely other comparable ...


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First, moving abroad is tightly related to visa. This may limit your options very quickly, because unless you have relatives abroad, the main remaining option is to get a work visa, so you have to get sponsored by a company willing to hire you. With that said, south east Asian could be a good choice indeed. Taiwan and Singapore would be my first choices. ...


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There isn't any systematic, gradual increase based on these factors. In my experience, transfers to an EUR-denominated account in the SEPA can be free. Same bank, other bank, other country in the Eurozone, even EUR-denominated account in a non-EUR country, it does not necessarily matter. I cannot guarantee that it's the case with all possible bank/country ...


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First of all, get some evidence: A signed written requirement is best; a voice recording is good (and make a transcript); a clear email exchange is not so great, but might do. And now for some actual suggestions: (Note that some are complementary while some are contradictory) Find a Dutch person to help you with this. Preferably a personal friend or co-...


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Numbeo gives some estimates about prices of food, renting apartments etc. in Al-Khobar. Based on that you can estimate your monthly needs. You can also compare cost of living between chosen cities to compare prices with your current lifestyle. Their estimates seems to be fresh and updated, as they say These data are based on 487 entries in the past 18 ...


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Yes, that would be correct. Immigration Health Surcharge is required for any extension applications . You will not have to pay for this at the time you apply for your indefinite leave to remain. The system, in our view, is quite unfair and this is one of the most common questions we are asked when someone is contributing through taxes and NI.


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After a search on the french Poste site, you can see on this page (in french) that Postexport documents is an offer for a pre-stamped pack/enveloppe. The price therefore includes this package but the delivery system is described as Lettre Prioritaire, so not different from your 1.78 € stamp for a letter under 50g. On the same page, you can see that there's ...


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If we mouse-over the question-mark links, or read this form, this is what each of the extracts contains: Extract with citizen service number: Extract with your name, date of birth, place of birth, country of birth, gender, nationality, citizen service number (BSN), current address. Extract with historical addresses: Extract with your name, date of birth, ...


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