Given the expense of life in the Gulf States, you can expect to pay very high rent. Andrea Linehan, who lived in Oman for 10 years, says rent there(...)
Across the Gulf States, Irish people are finding work in construction and engineering, tourism, agriculture, finance, education and the medical pro(...)
Education If you have children, paying for their education is likely to be the biggest expense in moving to the Gulf States. According to the HSBC Ex(...)
Broadly speaking, to work in the Gulf States you will need a visa – and to get a visa you will need a job.
“A worker has to be sponsored for a visa(...)
The good news is that if you move to Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates or Oman, you won’t have to pay any taxes on your income. Yes, you(...)
If you are moving to the Gulf, culture is the one area where you will need an open mind and have to take time to adjust to, says Noel Scanlon, (...)
There are six Gulf Co-operation Council states: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Irish expats headi(...)
County captains from Ireland have joined up with GAA clubs in the Middle East at the start of another exciting season in the Gulf.
This year’s Galway(...)
Iran said on Monday it had freed an Irish-Canadian-Iranian academic detained since June, a week after Iran and Canada began talks on a potential resto(...)
Last week, we asked Irish parents abroad to tell us about the school systems where they live, and how approaches to education there differ to Ireland(...)
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