Skip to comments.Living Abroad by Country: The Essential Expatriate Resources
Posted on 11/05/2010 4:09:35 PM PDT by combat_boots
The number of Americans living abroad has steadily grown over the past decade, as more people have become interested in living abroad, exploring another language and culture, or finding an overseas job. According to recent estimates by the U.S. State Department, there are 6.6 million Americans living overseas, a little more than the entire population of the state of Massachusetts.
Faced with the numerous challenges of adapting to a new way of life in a foreign country, the best tool for expatriates is to be well informed about their host country and to know how to deal with the various aspects of moving abroad. This new Living Abroad section is intended to help you find in-depth information about over 50 countries and regions worldwide, as well as a plethora of resources that will help make your time abroad more successful and enjoyable. TransitionsAbroad.com
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Prepared by Dr. Claire M. Smith for the OVF Research $ewsletter, May 2009 The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) defines an overseas voter as: 1. an absent uniformed services voter who, by reason of active duty or service is absent from the United States on the date of the election involved; 2. a person who resides outside the United States and is qualified to vote in the last place in which the person was domiciled before leaving the United States; or 3. a person who resides outside the United States and (but for such residence) would be qualified to vote in the last place in which the person was domiciled before leaving the United States. Identifying and counting the number of individuals coved by this definition is not simple. In fact, the most common question in UOCAVA research and reporting, and also the most hotly debated topic, involves determining the number of potential overseas voters. Just how many American voters live abroad? The US Census Bureau Census included approximately 580,000 federal employees and dependents (226,363 military personnel, 30,576 civilian employees, and 319,428 dependents of military and civilian employees) in their 2000 apportionments (U.S. Census Bureau 2001). The Department of Defense Personnel and Procurement Statistics reported..."
Bookmarked. Interesting site.
“DOD denies D.C. military ballot law waiver”
Posted: 7:00 pm Sun, August 29, 2010
By Associated Press
And the Republicans form a ‘review’ committee:
“Republicans to review absentee ballot problems”
By Rick Maze - Staff writer
Posted : Wednesday Nov 3, 2010 14:46:08 EDT
Oooooo. I’m so impressed.
And in which states were/are votes and ‘outcomes’ midnight/trunk/fraudulent votes and races? Hmmmmmmm?