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On the north-east of the United States, crossed by the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland is one of the smallest of the country. Among the choice destinations for your expatriation, you can opt for Annapolis, its capital or Baltimore, its biggest town.

Expats choosing to live and work here can discover a great variety of landscapes, thus giving the state its nickname of "America in miniature".

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The expatriate guide to Maryland is your reference tool to carry out your expatriation project for you and your family. You will find useful information and advice on how to make a success of your life in Maryland

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Would you like to do an internship in California? This article provides you information on the requirements for an internship.

If you are moving to the United States and plan to have a full-time job, it is likely that you will need to find someone to look after your children. Expats moving to the U.S. will have many types of childcare services available. The most common options are family care and daycare programs.

Most people want to bring their pet with them when moving to a new country. It is the responsibility of the pet owner to make sure their pet has met the U.S. entry requirements. Be sure to consult both your airline and the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) to review the regulations for your pet prior to travelling.

Moving is stressful and requires good planning. If you decide to relocate to the USA, a shipping company will greatly reduce the stress of moving your belongings internationally as they will coordinate both the removal of your things as well as all documents needed to clear customs. It is also recommended that expats use carriers affiliated with the International Federation of International Movers (FIDI). To find a carrier or a removal company use the Internet, consult the yellow pages or take a look at the links below.

There are various ways to move around in the United States. Destination, convenience, and budget will be important factors in helping you determine which is best for you.

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Maryland bloggers

Gladstone House

3 years ago

Life as a legal alien; blogging about life as a Brit living in America.

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Desperate English Housewife in Washington

5 years ago

I%u2019m your UK Desperate Housewife in the USA and this is my blog. It%u2019s all about me, how I feel about moving to and living in the USA, and what life is like out here. New York 180 It%u2019s a little bit adventure, little bit stream of consciousness, little bit Bill Bryson. I%u2019m an %u2018expat%u2019 who is pretty much seizing every opportunity I can in this strange and wonderful country (whilst also being a mother, wife and rather rubbish housewife.) I%u2019ll be debunking myths and probably confirming some cliches that we Brits have about America and Americans. After all, what we know, or think we know, is generally from movies and TV series%u2026.. Throughout the blog I%u2019ll share the things that amuse, confuse and bemuse me %u2013 and lots of stuff does! Am I a dreamer%u2026.? Yes! Would I like to go on Good Morning America every Friday for an update on my week in the merry old Land of Big Macs? Yes! Would I like to write a column for the Washington Post / Marie Claire all about these adventures? Yes, yes please! But right now, everything I see, feel and experience will be blogged about so I can share it with you. It%u2019s a journey, and my eyes and mind are open for anything and everything. Particularly amusing and enlightening during the journey so far is the cultural comparison between the USA and the UK because, believe me, we Brits also have very curious traditions and quirky views on life too%u2026.! I hope you feel inspired to leave some comments and join in the chat/chinwag about my blog. Tell me about places to go and see, ask me questions, and share your tales the USofA, or even the UK. Happy reading, lovely peeps. UKHousewifeUSA

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on the road

5 years ago

The blog is about life abroad and travelling. I write about places that I have lived, about places that I have travelled to.

Ralf on the road

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