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Working Abroad

Working Abroad

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Traditionally, emigration was a lifelong commitment to settle in a land far away for a chance of a better life. These days, there are as many reasons as there are individuals. Whether love, money, opportunity, or career move, the actual step of packing up your belongings – or leaving them behind – and venturing into unknown lands, to survive in a different culture, requires a solid dose of courage and at least as much preparation. This very sensible concise guide addresses the issues that arise when moving abroad in an admirably clear manner. A version for EU nationals is also available.


August G. Minke

August G. Minke holds degrees of Masters in Law (LL.M.) from Universiteit Utrecht (1986) in the Netherlands and from Pace University (2001) in White Plains, NY. He has worked as a corporate lawyer and business manager in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany before moving to the United States. Mr. Minke is an adviser to European companies conducting business in the United States and to U.S. law firms involved in international litigation with a European touch. He also trains corporate expatriates of Fortune-500 companies on successfully doing business across the Atlantic and has lectured on cross-cultural aspects when working abroad. Initially based in New York City, Mr. Minke currently operates from Newport Beach, California.

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