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    At the InterNations Events, I didn't only enjoy dancing the night away at some great venues, but I also got to know some great friends.

Living in Ceuta

Living in Ceuta can be challenging at first, but with the help of InterNations you can settle in as an expatriate in no time at all. Ceuta is sometimes referred to as the Spanish Exclave, because it's an autonomous Spanish city on the northern tip of Africa. There's plenty to do and see that makes it an interesting place to live, with the Maritime Park making for an nice day trip on your arrival. If you're struggling to fit in, or you haven't quite managed to acclimatize to the Spanish or African way of life, then you might be able to find some solace amongst the InterNations forums. Thousands of expatriates from all over the world share their opinions and experiences in discussion groups and forum posts, and many would be happy to point you in the right direction. With their combined experience, there's bound to be somebody that will be able to relate to your specific situation.

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  • Hola, alguien habla español?
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    Oct 17, 1:53 PM
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    Dear Luciano, Already in Moscow since 1 year, I could orient you professionally to help you to catch an expat position here. I'm project / interface manager in the Oil & Gas industry and could …

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    Jun 19, 7:05 AM
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    Hi, i'm graduate student from S.Korea. Now i'm in РУДН(Russian University of People' Friendship) in Moscow. I want rent small flat just short term(about 2 weeks) from now ASAP up to 23.07.2014. …

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    Aug 28, 6:12 PM
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    Call any time for information and viewings in English. Anastasia Simchuk Vodas Estate Agency Profsouznaya 5/9 Moscow Russia +7(985) 2484786 (mobile) +7(499) 5302777 (work) …

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Moving to Ceuta

Making the trip over can be the hardest part of moving Ceuta. Deciding what to take with you, saying goodbye to your family and friends, and knowing what to do with all of the stuff you leave behind is hard. The InterNations magazine, called Expat Magazine, has all sorts of articles written with the intention of making you feel more confident about becoming an expat in Ceuta. Moving to Ceuta will eventually pay off, but at first it could feel like you've made a rash decision - a lot of the expatriates in the forums will attest to that, and as a member of InterNations you'll be able to browse their posts and learn a thing or two about moving abroad. Not everybody's experience will be the same, but the insights and helpful tips from InterNations members are applicable across the board, and will help any expatriate to make that comfortable move.

Working in Ceuta

Once you've settled down, whether you're on your own, with a pet, or with the whole family, you can feel safe in the knowledge that you've got the hardest part over. But even if you've been guaranteed a position through work in your native country, that doesn't mean you'll find the change of office any easier than somebody starting a new job. Knowing what to wear, what the work will be like, if you're good enough to keep up with the other staff members and what business etiquette is like in your new country of residence isn't always clear. Expatriates working in Ceuta can be helped by the InterNations expat community, who describe their own experiences, and submit articles to be read in the Expat Magazine.

  • Jacques Paillard

    At the InterNations Events, I didn't only enjoy dancing the night away at some great venues, but I also got to know some great friends.

  • Katharina Berbner

    Thanks to InterNations, I found a good language school for expats to take intensive classes in Spanish and socialize a bit more.

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