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  • Ben F. Bagley

    I love this city, I really do, but discovering Miami in company of other expats was much more fun than on my own.

Hello and Welcome to Our Expat Community in Miami!

Hello there and a very warm welcome to our expat community in Miami! InterNations is a site dedicated to assisting expats all across the world to settle into, and make the most of, their new life. A great number of expats in Miami have made use of our resources, learning how to navigate and adjust to the Miami way of life. InterNations is a community, so you should feel free to take advantage of previous expats' experiences of moving to Miami. Once you become a member, you can find answers to your questions and concerns such as, "which neighborhood in Miami should I choose?" or "how do I receive healthcare in Miami?". All of your questions have probably been asked many times before and can be answered by our members who have great experience and expertise – they're always happy to help!

With InterNations, you never stand alone. Whether you are moving to another country or going on a business trip somewhere — our communities around the world are there to make you feel at home wherever you are. Feel free to also check out our other vibrant InterNations Communities like the ones in Hong Kong or Shanghai.

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    • New to Miami. (From 11 to 17 december).
      1 reply
      Dec 8, 6:27 PM
      Community member

      Hi Julio, Hope it is not too late for some tips. Restaurants: You should definitively go to Zuma, a modern japanese ( http://www.internations.org/guide/view/9875 ) and if you like steaks and …

    • Australian in Miami until 15th July
      6 replies
      Jun 17, 10:55 PM
      Community member

      Hi Tom, I knew an Aussie but I don't think he's on InterNations and he travels a lot. Will try to connect you two. Which part of Miami do you live in?

    • Life in Florida
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      Sep 26, 2:26 AM
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      Hi Axel, try the website MeetUp.com It is national and free. You enter your location by zip code and then enter your interests. Any groups that are getting together with that interest will be …

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    Find Out What Miami Has to Offer to Expats

    The buzzing and vibrant city of Miami is attractive to many for a variety of reasons. Spend your weekends basking in the Miami sun, delight in Cuban cuisine, or visit Miami Beach for sun, fun, and cocktails! Take a stroll down Collins Avenue and admire the art deco buildings; both Miami City and Miami Beach are popular with tourists and expats alike and Miami truly is a melting pot of cultures. However, Miami isn't all play, it also has an exceptionally busy and successful business district with fantastic opportunities for careers in business or development. Furthermore, Miami's bustling tourist industry provides great opportunities for casual bar, restaurant, or PR work.

    InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 420 cities around the world. Meet fellow global minds in your city of residence or get to know local expatriates before you're moving or traveling abroad and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Riyadh or Dubai, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.

    Grow Your Network of Fellow Expats in Miami

    The community at InterNations is a close-knit, unique network and our members all uphold our guiding principles. Polite and respectful behavior is a must, with all of our members participating in friendly and helpful discussions both online and offline. This means that you can ask any questions you need answered and be confident that you'll receive a genuine and helpful reply. Furthermore, moving to Miami can be made much easier by joining in on one of our real life social and networking events. Depending on your hobbies, you should be able to find groups that meet up regularly in Miami to share your interest with other expats from our community. Whether it be watersports, cooking, salsa dancing, or even just good fun you'll find a group to meet your needs and start your new life!

    • Ben F. Bagley

      I love this city, I really do, but discovering Miami in company of other expats was much more fun than on my own.

    • Maria Loura

      I am looking forward to the next InterNations Get-together here in Miami. Socializing with other expats from Latin America is always such a great time.

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