British Expats

At present, there are approximately 5.5 million British expats living abroad and this number is growing at a steady pace each year.

Relocating to a foreign country can be a daunting task. Issues such as citizenship, taxation, health care, education and social well-being must all be taken into consideration. When examining these issues a little careful planning and preparation can ease your transformation into a new location as a British citizen.

On the following pages, you will find information that may be of use to you if you are a British citizen who is contemplating moving abroad. We provide insights into issues such as citizenship, taxation, income and health and safety and we hope that the information provided will assist your transition from Britain to a new country.

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Our Expat’s Manual is updated regularly so comments about the article may have already been addressed.

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  1. I am married 6 years to a British Subject, he is 66
    and the pandemic has been a hardship, he has no idea about pensions or other SS he may be intitled to as he has worked all his life, so I hope to to be able to help him with programs that may be avilable to him and please inform as to advice I may be able to provide.
    Thank you
    Eloise Perry

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