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Kelly Powell

"I loved moving to Brussels. But after a while I felt homesick. On InterNations I met a bunch of people from the US. That helped a lot."

Maria Lombardi

"You can really get lost in the "capital of Europe" - InterNations helped me to get settled and to make a lot of expat friends."

Living in Charleroi

The inhabitants of Charleroi, 'the Pays Noir', are called Carolorégiens or Carolos, and they're well-known for being a friendly, and helpful populace and there is much to see for expatriates in Charleroi. The fotografiemuseum, for example, is a gallery that specializes in the art of photography, with exhibitions centered on its history as well as modern art. The city Hall Belfry is a fantastic place to visit if you're unsure of where to head first, as it was recently made a UNESCO world heritage site. You should have no problem living in Charleroi, but if you do need a little help you should visit the InterNations site to get the information you need. The site has an amazing network of expatriates from all over the world, some of which have lived in more than two countries and love to help others with their life as an expatriate.

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Moving to Charleroi

Sorting out your finances before moving to Charleroi can feel like a chore, and it can take the thrill of making the move. The InterNations website has articles and features written specifically about expat finances. You can learn all about opening a bank abroad, so you can feel happy that your money will be safe and secure. The articles will teach you all about foreign associates and tax reimbursement (if you're working abroad, or you have plans to work abroad), explaining about tax protection and equalization. There are currently thousands of discussion groups and forum posts from expatriates from all over the world. These posts are from global minds such as yourself, sharing their experiences so you can learn from their failures and successes.

Working in Charleroi

The Expat Magazine also has articles geared to making working abroad a pleasure. If you're thinking of working in Charleroi, or you've been sent over to Charleroi to work as part of your current job, you might come across some unexpected hurdles along the way. There are articles about finding tax consultants, with tips on seeking professional help before you start a business abroad. You can find pieces written about how you can find a job abroad, opening your own business, or what's the best way to apply for a new job. The modern world we live in has made it a viable option for people to live and work abroad as an expatriate - but you might just need a little bit of help to make that move easier. InterNations has the features, forum options and discussion threads that will help you make the most of your time working in Charleroi.

Kelly Powell

"I loved moving to Brussels. But after a while I felt homesick. On InterNations I met a bunch of people from the US. That helped a lot."

Maria Lombardi

"You can really get lost in the "capital of Europe" - InterNations helped me to get settled and to make a lot of expat friends."