Andy Graham interviews people who live abroad, Expats who live and work abroad. I would love to hear your story, record it, and publish it, please contact Andy by clicking on contact above.
Here is an excellent expat interview of Marc Bizier from Montreal, Canada, who speaks four languages and works and plays abroad.Read
Here are 14 Expat Interviews on YouTube.com
Questions asked of Travelers:
Where are you now?
How long have you travel?
How do you fund your trip?
Budget per month?
How do you stay in contact with friends?
How do you bank and pay bills?
How do you receive money overseas?
When will you quit?
Where are you originally from?
In which country and city are you living now?
Why did you move and what do you do?
How long have you lived here and how long are you planning to stay?
How did you find the transition to living in a foreign country?
What do you enjoy most about living here?
Was it easy making friends and meeting people; do you mainly socialise with other expats?
What has been the hardest aspect to your expat experience so far?
How does the cost of living compare to home?
If you could pick one piece of advice to anyone moving here, what would it be?
What negatives, if any, are there to living here?
Tell us a bit about your own expat blog.
How can you be contacted for further advice to future expats coming to your area?
When you finally return home, how do you think you'll cope with repatriation?
What are your top 5 expat tips for anyone following in your footsteps?
Questions asked of people retired overseas:
How many expats live in your area?
How long have you live in X?
How much money do you pay for rent per month?
What are the annoyance and dangers?
How do you renew or manage your visa?
What places on the planet are similiar to X?
An interview is a conversation between two or more people (the interviewer and the interviewee) where questions are asked by the interviewer to obtain information from the interviewee.