Americans Living Abroad: What You Should Know While You Are There

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Frontline Publishers, Inc., 2004 - Travel - 404 pages
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This book provides information useful for Americans who reside or plan to take up residence abroad. It addresses safety and security matters as well as provides reference information on a host of issues ranging from health and terrorism, to financial, and other emergencies
 

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Contents

TIPS
1
Important Papers
14
Civil Unrest
16
Successful Handling
22
PERSONAL
29
SECURITY
35
Perimeter Security
41
Auto Travel
46
Hague Application Checklist
128
The Foreign Adoption Process
135
Hague Convention on Intercountry
143
Personal Belongings and Household
156
CHAPTER 16 MOVING
169
BUYING
195
What Do I Need to Do to Apply for
225
AGRICULTURE SOCIAL
229

Watchdogs
52
Residential Security SelfEvaluation
60
Child Abuse
66
Lodging
72
NATIONALITY
79
Renunciation of U S Citizenship
85
Foreign Marriage Certificates
92
CRISES
97
Precautions That Any Parent Should
110
PART 1lWhat the State Department The Possibility of Extradition
112
PART HiHow to Search for a Child PART VIIIReference
121
Transporting Firearms
248
Should You Apply for a Passport Concerns
254
237
260
INFORMATION AND Your Payments While You are Outside
268
STATE DEPARTMENT Application for Social Security Card
276
Top Ten Tips for Travelers
277
What Countries use the ATA Cornet?
284
Overseas Schools Advisory Council
290
US Department of Health Human
296
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