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Modern and lively destination, Jordan is an ideal Middle East destination for a family expatriation project. The country enjoys an emerging economy, services beingthe major sector.

Its historic and cultural heritage will please expatriates who can enjoy diverse landscapes from the vestiges of the past to the dynamic Amman, and not to mention the DeadSea. "Ahlan wa sahlan" to Jordan!

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Weather you come to Jordan for work or to marry a Jordanian, one of the formalities must be done is to get a blood test. In this article I explain on what kind of diseases they will test. I've got my information from Medlabs.

When you come to Jordan to work in homes, offices, beauty centers or other locations, you need to do a blood test before you can start working. There is a difference in a so called basic testing panel and in an additional one. Although they always recommend to do the additional as well.

First of all welcome to Jordan, hope it wasn't as confusing as you thought it would be!

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Living in Jordan as Expat

3 months ago

This website is about living in Jordan as Foreigner. We (my wife, son, and me) are from Europe and currently living in Amman, the capital of Jordan. Our stay is planned for two years and we are here since October 2016. I will share plenty of information that might be interesting for anybody, who is planning to live and work in Jordan or already residing here. I have already lived in Jordan for one year from 2008 to 2009, so have seen most of the touristic sites and am quite familiar with the country. I am expressing my views as an international expat living and working here, so I am neither a local nor a typical tourist or student, although many things might apply to the other, too. The site is an ongoing project and more content will be added as we go along.

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Stykerpose

5 years ago

Just a blog I put together to document my experience and give other people moving to Amman and idea of what to expect.

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Middle East Moments

5 years ago

Learning to live in a foreign country with a different language, culture, traditions and way of life certainly has its fair share of challenges both frustrating and funny. Join me in my adventures, laugh and cry with me as I share my new life with you from everyday moments to classic only in the Middle East moments.

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