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  • Brian Norris

    When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events.

Living in Albuquerque

The InterNations online community of global minds welcomes all expats moving to Albuquerque. The service we provide allows you to find other expatriates who are also located in Albuquerque and around the world. This is useful with a view to sourcing information about living in the city, helping you find friends with whom to socialize and also connecting you with a thriving business network. Our platform is an online space in which expats living in Albuquerque can chat about all aspects of life in the city. It's simple to use and our members are very welcoming to all new arrivals. They can provide a wealth of experience and even assist you in the initial stages of your relocation, with matters such as finding a house and discovering the delights of downtown. There are groups you can join and forums where you can post your thoughts or ask a question. If you need to know about living costs or income benefits, you will be able to find some advice. Our international community works simply because of the supportive nature of the platform. It is designed with expatriates in mind and addresses the most common expat needs.The InterNations online community of global minds welcomes all expats moving to Albuquerque. The service we provide allows you to find other expatriates who are also located in Albuquerque and around the world. This is useful with a view to sourcing information about living in the city, helping you find friends with whom to socialize and also connecting you with a thriving business network. Our platform is an online space in which expats living in Albuquerque can chat about all aspects of life in the city. It's simple to use and our members are very welcoming to all new arrivals. They can provide a wealth of experience and even assist you in the initial stages of your relocation, with matters such as finding a house and discovering the delights of downtown. There are groups you can join and forums where you can post your thoughts or ask a question. If you need to know about living costs or income benefits, you will be able to find some advice. Our international community works simply because of the supportive nature of the platform. It is designed with expatriates in mind and addresses the most common expat needs.

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  • Anyone for a High School Exchange Program?
    2 replies
    Sep 30, 8:05 AM
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    Hi James! Thanks for your help James, I'll call you tomorow

  • Anybody in Morris County?
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    Dec 13, 3:24 AM
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    Hi Lora, not an expat but work in Florham Park in my own accounting and tax practice, so plenty to see and do in the area.

  • Christmas dinner.
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    Dec 20, 1:33 AM
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    Hey there, the organizer (Sue) for the previous Internations dinner back in early December is also from the UK. I am from Canada and this was my first Christmas in the US too. Sue and I were talking …

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Moving to Albuquerque

Known as “The Duke City” Albuquerque is the most heavily populated city in New Mexico. The spectacular Rio Grande flows right through the city and there are plenty of attractions to keep you busy. A great way to get to know the city better after moving to Albuquerque would be to arrange a meet up with other expats living in Albuquerque. Together, you can explore the delights of downtown Albuquerque and the Sandia Peak tramway. There are historic buildings and new plazas as well as many different art and science galleries and museums. Join in the online discussions at InterNations to get the most out of your stay in the city and if you have a question, there's sure to be somebody who can answer it. We also provide a messaging system for expats in Albuquerque to converse privately.

Working in Albuquerque

Would you like to find other expats working in Albuquerque with a view to discussing business opportunities in the area? With the InterNations discussion boards you can do just that. Join one of our discussion groups and keep yourself updated on expat business activities and job developments in the city. Find like-minded entrepreneurs for company negotiations, mergers or simply a chat about the state of your given industry. The Expat Magazine which we publish online is another great resource offered to our expatriate members, so be sure to check out the articles. Expats living in Albuquerque, with a view to working in the region, will find real benefit in becoming a member of our extensive expat business network.

  • Brian Norris

    When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events.

  • Caroline Stiles

    In such an international city such as Washington, D.C. InterNations holds great events for everyone to network and enjoy themselves.

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