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Living in Chandrigarh

One of the most popular cities in northern India, Chandrigarh was the first city to be built after its Independence in 1947. The architecture and urban design has international renown, and the city itself is regularly named as India's cleanest. The Nek Chand Fantasy Rock Garden, for example, is a stunning location to put your feet up after a long day of walking around the city, whether you're seeking out work, or just trying to get your bearings. The Le Corbusier center is the legislative assembly of the city, and another brilliant example of that aforementioned architecture expats living in Chandrigarh will find plenty of things to do in their free time.

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Moving to Chandrigarh

Moving to a new home can be tough even if you're not leaving the country. But moving to an entirely new country, or city like Chandrigarh, can be even harder. If you've never been to the country you're going to, or you know very little about moving abroad, then you should sign up for an InterNations membership, where you can get the support and information you need to make moving to Chandrigarh a little bit easier. The Expat Magazine has articles that are about moving abroad - with information on moving with your family, moving with your pets, and the plans you have to put in place before you leave your old home. Some of the articles are submitted by expatriates who have had similar experiences to yourself, whereas others are written by the in-house staff at InterNations. Either way, they have invaluable tips to make the troubling aspects of expatriate life simpler.

Working in Chandrigarh

The Expat Magazine has a large selection of articles that will make working in Chandrigarh a breeze. If it is the financial side of expatriate life you're worried about, for example, there are articles directly concerning that. Sorting your finances before starting work as an expat in Chandrigarh can seem a little bit like an uphill battle, but with the help of InterNations, and the like-minded global community of expatriates, you'll have your finances sorted in no time at all. The articles cover opening a foreign bank account, or detail how to open an overseas account whilst you are working abroad. There are also details on international taxation, explaining how you can avoid making mistakes by not paying the correct taxes for your country and the country you've moved to. On the site you can also find handy details that explain the best way to exchange your money, and how not to get ripped off with foreign exchange rates.

Jonathan Brown

"The great events organized by InterNations helped me get to know Delhi expats from all over the world."

Sophie Poirier

"When I moved from Canada to Delhi, InterNations helped me connect with fellow Americans and feel more at home."