Repatriation process: when is it time to go home?

How do you know when it’s time to go home? Making the decision to return home after time on international assignment is difficult. Whether you have lived abroad

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Repatriation struggles

Which is harder: moving abroad or coming home? I asked the question above on my Facebook Page, exactly one year after my repatriation to the UK having lived

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Expat ‘failure’ – what to do if expat life doesn’t work out for you

When expat life doesn’t work out Despite our best intentions, relocations don’t always work out the way we hope and expect. For a whole host of reasons, the

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Repatriating with family – the big step home

The repatriation is completed Sara has been documenting her repatriation to the UK from Canada. Moving back home with her husband and their three children – Janie aged

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Repatriating with family – and dog

Moving back home as an expat family – and dog Sara continues her repatriation journey. Sara, her husband and their three children – Janie aged 14, Felix aged

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Repatriating with family

Expats returning home with children Sara is sharing her repatriation journey with us in a new series of posts to allow us a peek into her life as

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How to repatriate successfully

What to expect when you move back home [x_pullquote type=”left”]The person who returns home after living abroad is often not the same person who went.[/x_pullquote]Not every person who

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Repatriation advice for a happy return

5 tips to help your repatriation For many families, the choice to move their family’s lives overseas turns out to be one of the best they have made.

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3 secrets to a successful repatriation

Repatriating is going home? So, you’re going home! After so many years abroad, you’re finally returning home. Congratulations! Wait, home?? What is this ‘home’? What are the challenges

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Planning to move back home

Plan to repatriate Moving back to your home country isn’t as easy as you’d expect. People have repeatedly told me that repatriation shock, or reverse culture shock, is

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