New York has always been a city of immigrants. The Statue of Liberty, a symbol of welcome for many, stands proudly in New York Harbor. Today, New York has 3.2 million immigrants, the most in its history. Below, find a get-started guide to your New York.
When you first come to the U.S., you might find the apartment rental process difficult. Our in-depth guide covers everything from getting started to getting your deposit back.
Houston combines Southern hospitality with big-city energy. As the fourth largest city in the U.S., it’s also the most diverse. More than 140 languages are spoken here, and more than one-fifth of the people in the metro region are foreign-born.
If you've recently moved from London to New York, read on for tips on securing homesickness, finding a flat, getting around the Big Apple, and managing your finances in the U.S.
Moving from India to New York City? We've got you covered. Check out tips on everything from finding an apartment to managing your taxes as an NRI and transferring your Indian credit history
When you become a citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, you’ll need to obtain an SSN. In this post, we explain how.
Tennessee has a surprisingly large Egyptian presence. What are 12,000 do Egyptians doing in Nashville?
If you are born outside of the United States and need proof of your U.S. citizenship, you’ll need to complete an Application for Certificate of Citizenship.
If your visa is on an expired passport, you can still travel in an expired passport — as long as certain conditions are met. In this article, we explain more about which rules you must follow so that you can have a stress-free visit to the U.S.
The process of renting as a newcomer to the United States can be daunting. Here are five tips to help you as you swim through a sea of ads to sort your EIK (eat-in kitchen) from your WIC (walk-in closet).
If you’re coming from the UK or Australia, you might use a curriculum vitae, or CV, to apply for jobs and other positions. However, in the U.S., a CV is usually reserved for academic positions. Employers in other fields will ask for a resume.
If you've never heard of a Social Security card, don't worry—we'll walk you through why and how you should get one.
Most households pay rent responsibly and on time, but that track record of on-time payments has historically not been reflected in their credit history.
Chicago is home to nearly 2.7 million people--more than sixty percent of whom are immigrants. Moving to a new city can always be nerve-wracking, but we highlight a few things from housing to finances to help you prepare for your move from abroad
Whether you come for a job, great food, community or culture, there’s a lot to explore in Los Angeles. Learn more about how to find an apartment, navigate transportation, set up your finances, land a job and more after your move to LA.
Preparing for a move to San Francisco? In this guide, we introduce you to all the things you should know as you settle into the city from neighborhoods to keep an eye on to how to set up your finances after arrival
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Jonathan Wu is a recent arrival from Toronto, Canada who moved in the polar opposite direction to Tampa, FL for a new job as an insurance actuary
Tipping often confuses visitors from countries outside the United States where tipping isn't common. Who do you have to tip and how much? Below, we share a guide on common tipping practices in the U.S.
More Aussies than ever now find themselves on American shores. And with them, they’ve brought their healthy, hip and authentic coffee culture to New York, Miami, San Francisco, and other cities.
Some American sports are similar to pastimes in other countries, while others are unique to the United States. Read on to their more in this guide.
In many cases a landlord may require a renter to provide additional information, or complete additional steps prior to approval. Often times, this means finding a guarantor.
Security deposits for rental apartments might be handled differently in places in the U.S. than they are in your home country. The customs and regulations surrounding rentals will vary by U.S. location. Read on for what you need to know.
If you plan to work in the U.S., you’re required to pay taxes. If you’re not eligible to receive a Social Security Number (SSN), you’ll need to an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN). In this guide, we’ll discuss ITINs in greater detail.
If you're planning a move to the U.S. and running the numbers, grocery costs should be a big factor in your budget. To give you a better idea of what you'll be spending compared grocery costs of U.S. cities to other cities around the world.
Newcomers to the U.S. not only have to cope with the basics of moving from setting up a bank account to establishing a credit history, but they’ll also have to navigate the nuances of American culture.
Moving from Canada to San Francisco? We've got you covered. Check out tips on everything from finding an apartment to managing your taxes and transferring your Canadian credit history
There are several requirements for a J-1 visa, one of which is health insurance to cover your stay while you complete a U.S.-based program.
Credit history plays a major role in securing many of the things you need for everyday life from lines of credit, utilities, and even an apartment.
Even if you need to work on your credit score, there are still several ways you can get a cell phone with no credit check.
Moving from Canada to New York City? We've got you covered. Check out tips on everything from finding an apartment to managing your taxes and transferring your Canadian credit history
Whether you’ve packed up your life for an international move or you’re studying abroad for a short time, sometimes you can’t help but feel a little homesick.