Expat Focus Announces New Guide to Moving Abroad

January 24, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
Drawing on over six years of experience listening to the stories of those moving to another country, Expat Focus has released "The Expat Focus Guide to Moving Abroad," a 130+ page downloadable PDF file/e-book which aims to help readers avoid the most common problems encountered by new expatriates.

Rod Morris, founder of Expat Focus, explains, "Although it has never been easier to locate the information you need to start a new life abroad, most expats still fail to plan adequately for what is a truly life changing experience. From considering the reasons for going to another country, to building a social network at your destination, this new guide has been specifically written to save new expats time, money and stress."

The guide addresses all the main issues which anyone moving abroad must consider and contains a detailed and comprehensive checklist of over 200 items which should be acted upon both before after the move. In addition, the guide also contains an up-to-date list of the web's most useful resources for expats.

The following important subject areas are covered:

- Reasons For Moving Abroad
- Visas, Permits & Documents
- Financial & Legal Issues
- Health & Safety
- Travel & Transport
- Moving Your Belongings
- Accommodation
- Employment
- Taking Your Children
- Education
- Taking Your Pets
- Arrival
- Keeping In Touch
- Social Life & Leisure

Available for immediate download from the Expat Focus website, "The Expat Focus Guide to Moving Abroad" is priced at $6.95 and backed by a 3 month money back guarantee. For more information, including a free sample of the guide, go to http://www.expatfocus.com/moving-guide

Started in June 2000, Expat Focus (http://www.expatfocus.com) aims to make life easier for anyone moving or living abroad. The site offers country and city guides, articles, forums, an email discussion list, monthly newsletter, expert financial advice and more.