International living: how to find local knowledge and support
PARTNER CONTENT

International living: how to find local knowledge and support

Whether you’ve moved internationally, you’re planning a move, or you’re simply imagining a whole new life, one thing remains the same: the need to tap into local knowledge. We look at some crucial steps towards integration in terms of lifestyle, family, and dealing with bureaucracy.

Sweden, is this fur real? Dog’s paw print needed to pick up parcel from post office

Sweden, is this fur real? Dog’s paw print needed to pick up parcel from post office

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Compensation for girl ‘who didn’t exist’

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Sweden’s small firms ‘struggle with regulation’

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Swedish bureaucrats force tuna fish on Asian detour

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Tax agency: DNA-test no proof of paternity

Reader’s view: Why is it so hard for Sweden to accept English in public life?
FOR MEMBERS

Reader’s view: Why is it so hard for Sweden to accept English in public life?

Sacked senior civil servants pull high salaries: report

Sacked senior civil servants pull high salaries: report

Öland ‘part of the mainland’: EU

Öland ‘part of the mainland’: EU

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Gay spouses ‘still being registered as partners’

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Cakes not good enough for bureaucrats