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We provides outsourced solutions to meet the needs of the expats

With client-oriented services and focused approaches, Expats Help will emerge as the most dependable and trusted relocation partners. With extensive experience and professionalism, we have what it takes to comprehend our clients needs. Our commitment and aim to achieve unsurpassed excellence are the prime reasons for our popularity. At Expats Help, we put the best efforts to understand the requirements of our esteemed clients. That helps us develop better ideas about their specific needs or problems.
While helping you relocate to a new destination, we take care of your physical as well as emotional wellbeing. We try our best to make the process stress-free and enjoyable for you. We pride on our service portfolio, as that covers all your relocation needs.
Expats Help offers a wide range of expat services to expats who are living and working in the Bulgaria. After years of advising we have a wide range of expat services as Expat tax services, Mortgage services, Insurance, Housing services, Permits services, Financial planning, Administration service sand others.
We can help you with renting our buying a house. There are a lot of more services we provide that can be very useful for you. Check out our services to find out how we can be useful for you.

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About Expats Help Community

Expas-help.com is a family company that deals with solving problems and cases of foreign citizens living on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria.
Our services cover most areas of life. We strive to help our clients and protect them from speculators and unscrupulous businesses.
We are always available to our customers at any time when they need us about their seamless residence in our country.
Our solutions for all kinds of problems will work for you - our clients, for your peace and prosperity.
The word expat is a contraction of expatriate, which derives from the Latin word expatriatus. In medieval times, an expatriatus was someone who had left his or her home country to live somewhere else. So in today’s culture an expatriate is exactly that; someone who lives in a different location than that which they were born and brought up. In general expatriates are considered to be people who are residing in their host country temporarily, with the ultimate intention of returning home at a later date. However, in recent times, more and more expatriates have left their home country and found that they can experience a higher standard of living and a better of quality of life abroad and, for this reason, many of them never return home.

There are many reasons why people become expatriates. For some it is due to work reasons, others fall in love with a person or a place, and others still seek a different life from that which they have been accustomed by living overseas. It is important to note, however, that expatriates will differ enormously from one another and although they are often referred to as a homogenous group, the reality is that within that group people will differ enormously from one another and should therefore be treated as individuals. Whatever your reasons for becoming an expat, this expat guide contains everything you need to know when moving overseas.

Planning a move abroad is a significant undertaking that requires a great deal of thoughtful consideration. Once you have finalized a move overseas and started to put everything in place that you will need for a new life abroad, you should momentarily divert your attention away from the exciting new life that awaits and concentrate on your current life in the present. There will be a significant amount of organizational and administrative tasks that you will need to carry out in order to fully tie up any existing commitments before you start afresh elsewhere. The last thing you want to do is to arrive in a new country with a large number of issues outstanding from your previous life at home. For this reason, planning your relocation is crucial.

This section is aimed at helping you to identify some of the things you will need to consider when planning a move abroad. Through providing you with high-level details of some of the actions you will need to take prior to your move, we hope that we can assist your transition to be as stress free as possible. Some of the areas we will cover are as follows:

Banking, money & taxes: Appropriate management of your finances will be critical to ensuring that you can enjoy your new life abroad without leaving a mess behind you. This section contains information about a number of areas you should consider when planning a move abroad.

House: If you own your own property you will need to make a decision as to whether you should sell your house or rent it out. A number of key factors may impact such a decision and we hope that this section can assist you to do what’s best for you and your family.

Language: Learning the language of your destination country may assist your transition. We provide some hints and taking language requirements into consideration when planning your move abroad.

Family: How can you best prepare your family for the move abroad? We provide some ideas and advice for planning your relocation and ensuring that all members of your family are fully prepared for what awaits them.

Finally we will provide a moving checklist template which lists all the key activities you should complete in the run up to your move overseas. If you follow each step you can be assured that your transition will be smooth and your new life abroad will get off to the best possible start. The planner is designed to compliment our relocation guides and when used together these resources will guide you seamlessly through the process of planning a move abroad.

How we can help

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Get in touch with us
Get in touch with us by phone or email and share with us your problems. Personal contact is appreciated.
Make an appointment
Let us know about your problems and what help you need. The meeting will be organized at your convenience.
Assessment of opportunities
We evaluate our capabilities and provide you with information about the possible ways to solve the problem.
Personal assistance
Appoint a member of our team to take over your case. Professional assistance in solving problems.
Contract and power of attorney
Signing a contract and Representation Agreement to present you in front of government institutions.
Specification of fees
Specification of fees and commissions. Creating an effective action plan and allocation and task scheduling.
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