| InterNations.org, www.internations.org, is the first international online community that connects expats in over 350 cities worldwide. Our members interact with other global minds in a secure online and offline environment.
Contact address: InterNations GmbH, Schwanthalerstrasse 39, 80336 München, Germany.
AAFSW, www.aafsw.com, The Associates of the American Foreign Service Worldwide is a non-profit organization that has been representing Foreign
Service spouses, employees and retirees since 1960 and provides loads of practical information for the expatriate.
AlloExpat.com, www.alloexpat.com, is an expatriate information and resource portal which connects expats living
in or moving to over 89 countries across the globe, and includes an online forum.
AnAmericanAbroad.com, www.anamericanabroad.com, endorses and recommends traveling outside the US many times in your lifetime. They promote
travel abroad, educate Americans within the US about the outside world, host a community area for expatriate Americans, promote respectable products and services, and offer time-saving information available to the expatriate.
AngloInfo Worldwide, www.angloinfo.com, is composed of a network of expatriate sites worldwide offering forums, guides, and other information.
The BIG Guide to Living and Working Overseas, www.workingoverseas.com, based on the popular book by Jean-Marc
Hachey, Transitions Abroad’s international careers editor. Hachey’s website provides free access to some of the book’s content, with useful advice for those seeking to live and work overseas. Both print and online versions
of the book are available for purchase through the website.
BritishExpats.com, britishexpats.com, is a resource for British expatriates around the world. Immigration and general discussion forums,
blogs, articles, photo gallery, classifieds chatroom and more.
Canuck Abroad.com, www.canuckabroad.com, caters to the Canadian expatriate, but provides information and resources—ncluding a forum
—which are equally useful to Americans and other expatriates.
Easy Expat, www.easyexpat.com, provides practical and up-to-date information for expatriates on subjects such as careers and jobs overseas,
moving abroad, taxes, accommodations, healthcare, international schools, childcare, repatriation, and social life.
Expat Exchange, www.expatexchange.com, is a fairly extensive expatriate site, with a forum, providing
resources and articles for expatriates worldwide.
Expat Expert, www.expatexpert.com, provides useful articles and information for the expatriate, resources about going and living
abroad, as well as information for returning home.
Expat Focus, www.expatfocus.com, provides news, information, and advice for the expatriate; also maintains an online community through forums
Expat Network, www.expatnetwork.com, is an online resource for expatriates living and working abroad; features job board (for registered
members) and an expat forum.
Expat Weekly Telegraph, www.telegraph.co.uk/expat, is an online section of the Weekly Telegraph (U.K.)
dedicated to expatriate living, with resources, news, articles, and information.
Expat Women, www.expatwomen.com, is a free website helping all expatriate women from all nationalities in any country in the world share experiences and advice, and find resources for living in a foreign country.
Expatriates.com, www.expatriates.com, provides an extensive resource directory, discussion board, etc. for the expatriate.
Expatica, www.expatica.com, this Netherlands-based site provides useful resources for those living and working in the Netherlands, Germany, France,
Spain, Belgium, and Russia; also publishes an online newsletter and the annual Expat Survival Guide with basic information on living abroad.
FirstGov—Americans Living and Traveling Abroad, part of the
U.S. government’s main web portal, provides information on formalities and legal aspects of living abroad; a very comprehensive and highly practical web resource for the expatriate.
Future Expats Forum, www.futureexpats.com, is a fine website in the form of a blog which explores many expatriate issues for those present and future, including retirement abroad.
iAgora, www.iagora.com, is an online marketplace for those interested in studying in Europe, with job listings, housing resources, and forums.
JustLanded, www.justlanded.com, offers "everything you need to live abroad — connecting expats worldwide."
Living Abroad, www.livingabroad.com, is an expatriate membership site which tailors to business.
Meetup, www.meetup.com, lists group meetings in cities around the world to help bring people with common interests together and promote
the development of active local communities. The “Expat American” category lists hundreds of Meetup groups for expatriates from around the world.
Network for Living Abroad, www.liveabroad.com, is community for sharing experience and advice for studying, working, volunteering or retiring
abroad. Resources include links to other sites pertaining to expatriate life, in-country contacts, employment abroad, volunteer opportunities and more. Articles on specific countries, message board, classified ads and free e-zine.
Newcomers Club Worldwide Directory, www.newcomersclub.com, is a worldwide directory of newcomers clubs for the newly arrived expatriate.
Overseas Digest, overseasdigest.com, provides resources for living, studying and working abroad; also publishes a weekly online
Tales from a Small Planet, www.talesmag.com, is a fine webzine with news, stories, links, excellent message boards, and other
resources for travelers and expatriates.
Workpermit.com, www.workpermit.com, provides useful information about immigration and work permits for a variety of countries.