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Living in Santa Ana, California

The desirable climate and stunning location in the heart of Orange County, California make Santa Ana an enviable location to relocate to, whether it is on a temporary basis or a long term move. Beautiful parks and historic places of interest mean that there is no shortage of things to do, and with beaches just twenty minutes away you don’t have to go far to entertain yourself. The dense population includes a growing number of expats in Santa Ana who enjoy the privilege of working in a different country and experiencing a new culture. Santa Ana boasts excellent living standards so you will be within easy reach of all your home comforts. Whatever your hobbies are, you will be sure to find an outlet for them here, or if you just want to relax, you have the options of surfing, swimming or sun bathing on the idyllic beaches by the Pacific Ocean. When you get a break from work, try visiting the Bowers Museum, with exhibits dating back to the 1930’s and learn about the history of the indigenous people. If you're an expatriate in Santa Ana, why not join the InterNations platform to connect with other expats living in Santa Ana and in the surrounding area. From them, you can find out more about the sites to see, and even organize local get-togethers.

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Moving to Santa Ana

It is not difficult to see the attraction of living in Santa Ana. A modern and bustling city just twenty minutes from the beach with excellent transport routes and a heavenly climate, the draw towards living in this city, provided you get the opportunity, can be great. As it is, moving to Santa Ana can be relatively easy and free of some of the major stresses that are typically connected to relocating to a less developed country. As a city that is popular with expatriates, Santa Ana is welcoming and friendly and you will most likely never feel out of place or like you don’t belong. Fit in with the lively city life straight away and appreciate the beauty of the idyllic surroundings on the outskirts of the city at every opportunity. Before moving to Santa Ana, you can use the forums and discussion groups on the InterNations site to find out more about your future host city and to get some advice about moving to the US in general.

Working in Santa Ana

Santa Ana is home to the corporate headquarters of many international corporations and is a very attractive place for expatriates to work. Whether you are working for an international corporation, a foreign embassy, doing short term contract work or are employed by a company that is native to California, in Santa Ana you will encounter an engaging expat community which spreads across all generations. Santa Ana holds more than thirteen thousand businesses and there are a lot of excellent opportunities for expats looking for a change of scenery or to open up new doors and experience new possibilities. If you're an expatriate working in Santa Ana, you might find it useful to read InterNations' Expat Magazine, which contains excellent articles on working abroad, as well as giving essential advice on other expatriation related topics. Or have a look at our USA guide for more info on visas and other necessary documents.

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."