What are the first steps to take to retire in another country?
The first step would be to make sure you have saved the correct amount of money that will last you through illness and health. The second step would be to do your research on locations that you're interested in and information about them such as crime, homes that fit your budget, amenities, jobs, etc. The third step would be to notify people in the states of your address, phone, email, etc. and maintain regular contact with them.
you first need to know how to actually migrate to this country then find out how much the cost of living is and save lots of money.
The first step should be to learn more about the country and the rules there, before you plan to retire there. you must see whether you will be happy there once you make it your home.
by Carol Morris 2 years ago
Would you ever consider moving to another country to live with someone you’ve only met online?Lately, I heard from some I know that she met someone online and they started a “virtual relationship”, fast forward a few months….she’d bought a ticket to fly out to live with him for three...
by Annie 6 years ago
Is western union reliable, when it comes to tranferring money to another country?inquiring minds would love to know..
by Stacie L 7 years ago
have you ever wished you were French but were born German?i don't mean to be political and you could become a citizen but did you ever wish to be another nationality ,culture or speak another language other than your own?
by Danette Watt 7 years ago
Have you ever been to another country? Which one?
by Ingenira 5 years ago
What is the craziest thing you have done in another country and got a surprise / trouble for it ?As a traveler, have you ever done something outrages ? Did you get into trouble for it ?
by Elayne 8 years ago
What food have you eaten from another country that you will not try again? For me is was sea cucumbe
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