Tagged: Moving Abroad

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Don’t lose access to the sites you love overseas – VPN for expats

Originally designed for business use, a Virtual Private Network (VPN) offers security and encryption of your data when using the internet. With increasing awareness of safety online often being an issue, using a VPN is becoming more popular, especially for those relocating or travelling overseas. What are the other benefits of using a VPN, and why is it quickly becoming...

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UK Apostille Stamp Figures Released

In a report published this week by the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO), following a Freedom of Information Request back in May, the FCO has released details of its Apostille activities for the last financial year. Incredibly, between April 2014 and March 2015, there were 471,796 Apostilles issued from the Legalisation Offices in Milton Keynes and London. The last...

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Expat Worries – Missing Home, Family and Friends

Welcome back to this blog series about Expat Worries. This series was designed to talk about all the problems (both large and small) that expats face, and how to manage them effectively. This week we’re going to talk about homesickness, and what to do when you’re missing your family and friends. Missing Home, Family and Friends So you’ve learnt how...

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Expat Worries – How to Establish a Social Life Abroad

Moving abroad isn’t easy. However exciting the thought of creating a new life in a new country is, your mind will always be clouded with doubt. You find yourself asking the same questions over and over again. “What if I hate my job?” “Will I make new friends?” “Will I miss my family?” That’s why we ‘ve decided to create...

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7 essential to-dos before travelling abroad

When travelling abroad, we sometimes do not realise how different another country can be from our own, assuming that all we need to do is to hold a valid passport. This assumption may cause some issues that end up spoiling our trip. To avoid that from happening, here’s a helpful list of 7 essential to-dos before travelling abroad: Check your...

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Top 5 tips about pet shipping to Dubai

If you decide to take your pets with you, they will also require some attention regarding this exciting move abroad. As usual, information is the key. So see what’s in our top 5: Make sure you they can be relocated. The Dubai Municipality has a restricted breeds list for dogs. Be sure your little friend isn’t on this list before you begin your shipping...

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Full Relocation Package

More information on Vital Certificates’ Full Relocation to the UAE Package: Cultural Awareness Training: Learn how to communicate effectively across different cultures, both at a personal and professional level, by being culturally aware. Avoid misunderstandings and miscommunication. Financial Health Check: Get the best advice on the best way to sort out your finances before leaving the UK. Ensure that you are...

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Relocation Services to the UAE

UK to UAE Relocation made simple Having helped over 50,000 British all over the globe with their certificate replacements, attestation/legalisation and translations since 2005, in 2013 we went a step further in our mission to help our expats as much as possible by launching a full relocation experience to the UAE. This complete service is tailored to your individual requirements...

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Bad news for English vineyards – British expats prefer Australian wine

As part of English Wine Week, findings from a survey recently conducted by Vital Certificates Ltd, a growing company providing support services to UK citizens overseas, have shown that most British expats prefer Australian wine (39.3%). The country, which is one of the favourite expat destinations for British seems to also be the one when it comes to their wine preferences. France, one...

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We are blogging!

At Vital Certificates we are always working in order to give our customers the attention they deserve. We are available for them on our website, no matter which device they are using, on the phones; on the email, on Facebook, on Twitter… and now on this blog as well! With this new approach we also pretend to go a step further in our mission...