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Living in Germany

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Raising Expat Kids: How to Make your Transition Easier
Raising Expat Kids: How to Make your Transition Easier

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5 Fun Ways of Making Friends Abroad

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Join the Club: The 6 Most Common Team Sports in Germany
Join the Club: The 6 Most Common Team Sports in Germany

Welcome to Germany – the land that thrives on sports! If you've recently moved to this country and have a passion for sports, then consider yourself lucky because you've landed...

5 Reasons Why Living Abroad Should Not Scare You
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Owning Pets in Germany: Everything You Need to Know

Expats who have recently relocated and want to live with their pets in Germany need to become familiar with the laws, taxes, and regulations surrounding pet ownership.

The 4 Best Expat Cities in Germany
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I think that would be a great initiative and an added value service for expats like myself.

Leonardo

What a great idea to set up a website for English-speaking ex-pat's in Munich to help with everyday challenges.

Loana

I am looking forward to your services in the mentioned topics in the survey.

Surya

Sounds exciting and we would definitely use it for a myriad of reasons. Particularly as we are getting ready to move to Germering and require all of these services. Specifically, sometimes it is hard finding doctors who speak English. And both Cecilia and I work with auslanders who do not speak German, either (and would as well be interested).

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