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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 San Antonio

San Antonio is located in Texas, being the second largest city in the state, and the seventh largest in the whole of the US. As well as being host to a number of military fractions, San Antonio has a lot to offer residents and tourists, and expats living in San Antonio will find plenty to see and do. The city is known by the nickname ‘The River City’ and the River Walk is one of the most popular places to visit. Expatriates living in San Antonio will also be able to experience sights such as the Majestic Theater which is located in the city’s downtown area and is known for being one of the most ornate buildings in the US, whilst other popular attractions include the San Antonio Missions National Park, the Alamo, SeaWorld and others. San Antonio also has a thriving nightlife, plenty of shops and has sports teams which include the San Antonio Spurs (basketball), San Antonio Scorpions (soccer) and the San Antonio Missions (baseball).

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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 San Antonio

Expatriates moving to San Antonio will find that the city is friendly and welcoming as well as a lively place to live in. The cost of living in San Antonio is lower than the national average and life there more affordable than in a number of other major cities in the US. The climate in San Antonio tends to feature hot summers with mild winters, although temperatures can drop on occasion and most of the rainfall tends to occur in the spring or autumn. San Antonio is easily connected to other parts of Texas as well as other parts of the US by rail and road, whilst the city also has its own airport, which offers national and also a small number of international flights. Expats living in San Antonio will find that the city is easy to get around by public transport, with a wide bus network. For more information about moving to San Antonio, expats can benefit from joining InterNations, a fantastic website which provides information to expatriates, but also enables and encourages users to socialize, network and share information and advice with one another.

Working in San Antonio

San Antonio has a strong and diverse economy, and any expat in San Antonio will find that the city has much to offer in terms of employment, with the city ranked as being one of the best in the US for careers and businesses. The largest employers include the military, healthcare, government and education sectors, whilst finance and energy such as oil and gas are also major employers. San Antonio is a popular tourist destination and expatriates working in San Antonio may also find themselves working in this area in shops or restaurants or at one of the city’s many attractions. In addition to that, there are also a number of large national and international businesses located in the city. To get useful and realistic information about working in San Antonio from fellow expats, individuals should join InterNations where they can connect and interact with like-minded people in order to share and find information about areas such as work, education, housing and more to help those new to the city to settle into their new home.

  • 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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