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If you are considering a move to the UK or have already decided to move to the UK, this is the book for you. It was written by an expat who learned everything the hard way. You can learn from his experiences (most importantly, his failures) so you can spare yourself the same pain and suffering. The book explores many of the major and minor differences between American cul If you are considering a move to the UK or have already decided to move to the UK, this is the book for you. It was written by an expat who learned everything the hard way. You can learn from his experiences (most importantly, his failures) so you can spare yourself the same pain and suffering. The book explores many of the major and minor differences between American culture and the culture in the United Kingdom. The differences are bigger than you'd expect! For example, "efficiency" is not a thing that the Brits embrace. Whenever there is an opportunity to create red tape, they take that opportunity and run with it. Knowing how to navigate the bureaucracy is immensely helpful for anyone who is working on a move to the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom is a big place, and many people who move there from overseas find themselves in London or close to London when they arrive. London is a world-class city and there are some great tips and tricks in this book to help the newbies get settled without too much fanfare. The tone is light and it's an easy read. The humor helps, too. If you are looking for a comprehensive guide on relocation to the UK, this is it.


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If you are considering a move to the UK or have already decided to move to the UK, this is the book for you. It was written by an expat who learned everything the hard way. You can learn from his experiences (most importantly, his failures) so you can spare yourself the same pain and suffering. The book explores many of the major and minor differences between American cul If you are considering a move to the UK or have already decided to move to the UK, this is the book for you. It was written by an expat who learned everything the hard way. You can learn from his experiences (most importantly, his failures) so you can spare yourself the same pain and suffering. The book explores many of the major and minor differences between American culture and the culture in the United Kingdom. The differences are bigger than you'd expect! For example, "efficiency" is not a thing that the Brits embrace. Whenever there is an opportunity to create red tape, they take that opportunity and run with it. Knowing how to navigate the bureaucracy is immensely helpful for anyone who is working on a move to the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom is a big place, and many people who move there from overseas find themselves in London or close to London when they arrive. London is a world-class city and there are some great tips and tricks in this book to help the newbies get settled without too much fanfare. The tone is light and it's an easy read. The humor helps, too. If you are looking for a comprehensive guide on relocation to the UK, this is it.

33 review for How To Move To The UK: A Comprehensive Guide From An Expat

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lillian

    An abridged version of moving to the UK This guy has condensed a lot of the information I had already read in other travel and expat guides, plus a bunch of things I wasn't aware of. Definitely worth reading of you're starting your research or as a supplement to what you already have.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Hyacinth D. McIver

    Excellent Very good book with information that will help with your move to the uk and help you get settled there

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