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    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 Lincoln

Lincoln is known as ‘The Star City’, and is the capital of the US state of Nebraska, as well as being the second most populated city in the state. Lincoln was named after the former president Abraham Lincoln, having originally been known as Lancaster. Lincoln is an attractive city to live in, and is known for being one of the healthiest and happiest cities in the US. Expats living in Lincoln will find plenty on offer in terms of culture, attractions as well as beautiful surroundings. There are a large number of parks and outdoor spaces in Lincoln and many fantastic buildings to visit such as the Museum of American Speed and the Nebraska State Capital building. The city has a thriving music scene as well, with plenty of live music venues and a number of annual events and festivals, making sure that there is plenty to get involved with for expatriates living in Lincoln.

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  • Visit San Diego
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    Oct 5, 1:52 AM
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    Hi Karina, There are a few different places to dance depending on what kind of dancing you prefer. There is Salsa and Bachata to Tango. For drinks the Hyatt (41st floor) has a great view at …

  • Looking for a soccer team lol
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    May 29, 1:21 AM
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    There is a meetup every weekend Saturday and Sunday at Roosevelt High. Good crowd, very enjoyable co-ed soccer. Guys and Girls welcome. Have been playing with them for about 5 months now and its …

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    Sep 21, 5:32 PM
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    Hola Carla, I'm an immigration lawyer so I will briefly answer your question. A person on a visitor's visa usually is given max 6 months of stay in the U.S., with the option to extend, but there must …

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Moving to Lincoln

The cost of living in Lincoln is considered to be lower than in many other parts of Nebraska, as well as in other states in the US, making housing affordable whether renting or buying. The city is well connected to the rest of the US through rail and road whilst there is a possibility to fly to nearby international airports through Lincoln Airport. Expatriates moving to Lincoln should thus have no problems getting there. The city itself has an extensive bus network, the StarTran, which makes it very easy to get around. Lincoln has some excellent educational institutions, which is great for any expatriate moving to Lincoln with a family, and has a number of specialist schools for the study of the arts and even entrepreneurship, in addition to a range of public and private schools as well as the University of Lincoln-Nebraska Expats living in Lincoln will find that the city has a fairly dry climate, with cold winters and hot, humid summers, which is when most of the rainfall tends to occur.

Working in Lincoln

There are opportunities for expats to work in Lincoln in a number of areas, including many government and council jobs as a result of it being the state capital. The University of Lincoln-Nebraska is also a major employer, with opportunities to work in academia or research in a number of disciplines. Other areas of work include finance, technology, as well as healthcare, due to the city’s large network of hospitals. There are also opportunities to work in the retail and leisure industries. Finding information about working in Lincoln can nevertheless be daunting for any expat moving to the area. By joining InterNations, expats in Lincoln can find out information about the area from fellow expatriates, as well as seek advice on aspects such as housing, education and entertainment. Our platform is however, not only a great resource for getting first-hand information. Members of our global expat community can use our forums and private messages system to get in touch with fellow expatriates in Lincoln, or countless other foreign cities for that matter, in order to socialize and 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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