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How to replace your lost or stolen US passport

How to Replace a Lost or Stolen Passport Abroad or at Home

A lost or stolen US passport can be a big worry, whether you´re in the US, or abroad. If you have a lost or stolen US passport abroad, it is important to take care of this immediately. This article can help! Click here!

If you are at home and traveling soon, click here for help expediting your passport delivery.

Kino Alyse in an American Expat in Rome.

Two Years in Rome: An Expat Interview with Kino Alyse

Kino Alyse is a very successful photographer who is based in Rome. She had been published by numerous agencies, among them National Geographic. WeExpats touched base with Kino Alyse to get her insights on living abroad and the traveling expat lifestyle.   What is your full name? Kino Alyse. Where are you from in the [...]
Mexican Street Tacos

An Expats Guide to Street Tacos in Mexico

Tacos have been a passion of mine for decades. Growing up in Mexico City, my friends would take me to tacos stands throughout a night of social engagements; and as the night would pass, we would find ourselves eating progressively cheaper and stranger tacos with incrementally spicier salsas to cover up exponentially lower quality meats, [...]
Four Amigos discover the Route of Independence.

El Grito in San Miguel de Allende: Four Amigos Celebrate Mexican Independence

Joggers carry el fuego simbolico de la cabalgata between Dolores Hidalgo and San Miguel de Allende. In the small town of Dolores, Guanajuato, on the 16th of September, 1810, a Catholic priest named Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rang his church bell urging his countrymen to rise up against Spanish control. This act triggered the Mexican [...]
Meet the LFA, Mexico's American Football League

The Mexican League Playing American Football: Meet the LFA

For those Mexican expats who are die-hard fans of American football, there is hope for you when the NFL season ends: there is a Mexican league playing American football—and it’s growing. The LFA (or Liga de Fútbol Americano Profesional) began only a few years ago in 2016. The real powerhouse behind the LFA’s creation is [...]
The City of Canberra is Surrounded by Outback

6 Years in the Australian Outback: An Expat Interview with Benjamin Kimitsuka

This is an Expat interview with Benjamin Kimitsuka who—after growing up in the Bay Area—moved to live in the Australian outback. After 6 years, he has even become a citizen living in the capital city of Canberra. What is your full name? Benjamin Kimitsuka. Where are you from in the USA? Cupertino, California. San Francisco [...]
Expat Interview, 34 Years in Spain

34 Years in Bilbao: An Expat Interview with Jim Shaffer

What is your full name? Alright. My full name is James Elmer—you know like Elmer Fudd—Shaffer. Really! I had no idea your middle name was Elmer! It’s not something I’m tremendously proud of. Where are you from in the United States? Pennsylvania. In suburbia, bordering on the rural area. From the back of my house, [...]
Expats Guide to Living in Mexico

An Expats Guide to Living and Retiring in Mexico

PART I – LIVING IN MEXICO: What is it like to live in Mexico? Mexico is a warm and friendly country filled with a vibrant culture and excellent service. The food is spectacular—if a bit spicy at times—and the music is filled with exotic rhythms that naturally make hips sway. Your quality of life immediately [...]
American Expat Living in London

Manhattan to London: An Expat Interview with Marc Miller

Marc Miller, an expat from New York who now lives in London sheds a revealing light on the differences between these two major cities in this fascinating expat interview. We hope you enjoy this expat story! Where are you from in the United States? I would just say New York. I’m from too many places. [...]
A human narrative interview about an emergency in Mexico

A Medical Emergency Abroad: My Family’s Story

One thing many expats know about healthcare in Mexico is that generally speaking, it’s a lot cheaper than healthcare in the US. It’s common to hear people say that it’s even ten cents on the dollar. By this logic, you may assume that health insurance coverage as an expat isn’t necessary. Maybe paying out of [...]
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