Ilona A. Keilich

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About Ilona A. Keilich

Ilona founded ExpatsGuide in 2010, a Destination Service Provider in Germany servicing international clientele moving to and from Germany. She holds MBA in International Business and has gained, as one a few mobility professionals in Germany, the GMS designation (Global Mobility Specialist) of Worldwide ERC.

Relocating to Malta

Over the years, Malta became a very popular destination amongst expats and companies relocating abroad. The island, despite being small, offers thousands of opportunities for individuals wanting to prosper their careers and/or open a company in Malta. Below are some of the main advantages of relocating to Malta; Climate – Malta boasts 300 days of [...]

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Why relocating to Germany would be the best move for your tech career?

Germany has long been a desirable location for expats seeking great jobs and an enviable quality of life, and now the country is looking increasingly alluring to a whole new set of workers; the tech pros. Germany - Silicon Valley of Europe Countries across the world are working to cultivate [...]

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Are you ready for an international assignment?

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4th Industrial Revolution Event

ExpatsGuide is participating in the upcoming 4th Industrial Revolution Event in Stuttgart. We will actively participate in the workshops and discussion panels. Join us there. As Klaus Schwab (CEO of Siemens) says Fourth Industrial Revolution is "characterized by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres." We [...]

By |February 7th, 2018|Relocation Blog|Comments Off on 4th Industrial Revolution Event

Shortlisted for Emmas Award 2017

We are proud to announce that ExpatsGuide has been shortlisted for an Expatriate Management and Mobility Award (Emma) in the category of Destination Service Provider of the Year in the EMEA region by Forum for Expatriate Management. Destination Services Provider of the Year is awarded to companies that has demonstrated best in class service destination [...]

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Traveling in Europe – Your rights

Air-Travelers in Europe are not on their own. European Law obliged airlines to various tools to ease the stress of delays and logistics on the airports for handicapped people. Watch the video to find out more:

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Flexible Mobility Policies

Ilona A. Keilich, our Managing Director, has recently shared her views on mobility policies with People HR. She believes a flexible approach is more fitting to the current global market. Relocation Policy is an important guideline that is supposed to treat fairly relocating employees and help them to settle in well in the new environment. [...]

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Working Holiday Visa explained

As more and more often we are booked for an assistance to swap a Working Holiday Visa into a work permit, we explain what are the rights and responsibilities of the visa holders. Working Holiday Visa is a special bi-lateral program designed for young citizen (18 to 30 years of age) of partnerting countries: [...]

By |July 10th, 2017|Relocation Blog|0 Comments

Residency Permit Obligation

German Law puts an obligation on all citizens to register their residency immediately after taking up a leased property. Moreover, all foregin citizens (non-EU members) are required to obtain a Residency Permit regardless if they wish to work or not. Residency Registration and Residency Permit are two separate matters, that are commonly mistaken. Residency [...]

By |March 27th, 2017|Relocation Blog|0 Comments

US-EU visa reciprocity

European Parliament has urged US to respect the visa reciprocity mechanism voting on non-legislative resolution on March 2nd, 2017 . According to the official statement of the European Parliament issued on Thursday, March 2nd, "the EU Commission is legally obliged to take measures temporarily reintroducing visa requirements for US citizens, given that Washington still does [...]

By |March 6th, 2017|Relocation Blog|0 Comments

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