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18 December 2017 - 10:00, by , in Living in India, No comments
Understanding Hinglish like “he is drinking cigar” or “You want glassy?” may leave you confused and intimidated. The language issues of Hinglish are often the number one adjustment problem for many English speaking Westerners
14 December 2017 - 13:00, by , in Living in India, No comments
  Expats are hired for various reasons, it could be:- (1) During the initial stages of an operation to get a head start on the task. (2) For their connections in the industry with business stakeholders (3) Specialized knowledge in a given domain (4) other reasons.   An expat brings a lot of positives to...
11 December 2017 - 13:00, by , in Living in India, No comments
Tips on Buying Fresh Meats in India Meat is a widely consumed source of animal protein. Living in India will teach you the buying etiquettes of fresh meat as well as processed meat products. Chicken, fish and mutton are widely available all across India in major grocery stores,
7 December 2017 - 13:00, by , in Expat Interviews, Living in India, No comments
8 Safety Tips For Expat Women   If you are a woman working in India, you would have been warned by your friends or relatives before you arrived in the country to be ‘careful’. Like any large city, India holds a bad perception as an unsafe location and the recent cases have drawn attention to...
30 November 2017 - 13:00, by , in Living in India, No comments
India is the place to be if one is a foodie. The spices, the aroma and the variety of food available will enamor you. One will be surprised at the variances in food from the North to South and the East to West. The temptation of trying all of these
28 November 2017 - 13:00, by , in Living in India, No comments
  Countries in the Asian subcontinent have a myriad of cultures that don’t necessarily intertwine with the rest of the world. India, as a separate country is a unique mix of languages, religions, cultures and a million other traditions. It is normal for expats to be completely confounded with the traffic, rules, cultural difference and...
27 November 2017 - 15:50, by , in Uncategorized, No comments
Daniela Pollmann An Austrian working in an Indian NGO for around 1 year, talks about her first impression of India and How S2Immigration helped her in India. “when I found a job with an Indian NGO, I soon learned that moving to India is no piece of cake.Without any assistance from my Indian employer, S2Immigration...
23 November 2017 - 13:00, by , in Lost Passport Case, Uncategorized, No comments
One of the biggest fear for any traveler is losing one’s passport, it can put a damper and turn out very expensive and painful experience. In such unfortunate situation faced by you, this what you need to do:-  Visit the police station: Even if you don’t know the local language, there should be someone at...
21 November 2017 - 18:00, by , in News, No comments
    There are only two types of work-related visas that are issued to expats for coming to work in India: ‘B’ visa, also called the Business Visa ‘E’ visa or the employment Visa. Business visa is for expat entrepreneurs or people who want to do business in India. Holders of this type of visa...
18 April 2017 - 11:55, by , in Expat Interviews, No comments
About women’s condition in India after 9 pm – View of French Lady Living in India What did you know about India before coming? I have known very little about India, though I did my part of research about the country before shifting. I have friends, who had visited this country two years ago. They told me about...
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