From bread and butter to bangers and beer, so much American produce tastes nothing like the goods back home in Blighty.
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If you’re a British couple planning to start a family in the U.S., here are some problems to ponder before you start stockpiling tiny clothes.
Think scoring that dream job in the U.S. was hard?
For 50 years, the film adaptations of Ian Fleming’s Bond books have helped cement the U.K.’s reputation as a suave, chic land.
If you’re Brit married to someone (although not, alas, a same-sex partner) on a non-immigrant visa, you’ll most likely have been fixed up with some form of spousal or dependents’ permit.
Not all foreigners who are given permission to live in the U.S. are entitled to work here.
Before you shout us down, we realize there are hundreds — possibly thousands — of must-see sites in the U.S. But it’s a vast country and expats only have so many weekends and vacation days to go exploring.
When a crisis strikes on American soil, who are you going to call? Keep these emergency numbers and links to hand and help will never be far away.
If you’re planning on a food-induced early death then you’ve relocated to the right country. With so many irresistible edibles on offer, you may need to request two plane seats on your next flight home.
Get down with the lingo, befriend some locals and read a paper: these are just some of the tricks that will help ease your U.S. assimilation.