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  • 13 May 2013 9:21 AM | Deleted user

    The authentication & legalization process enables Canadian documents to be recognized as legal in another country. International Documents Canada (IDC) specializes in managing the authentication & legalization process on behalf of our clients.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 6:13 PM | Anonymous
    A collection of  personal experiences. In addition to diary-entries, inspirational stories, top tips & vital resources- the book is full of well-researched information that you need to know to survive & thrive during your time in Australia.
    Vicky Gray, BookShaker.com, 188 pages, paperback.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 6:09 PM | Anonymous
    A British family moves to Germany & decides to throw themselves wholeheartedly into the local culture. This is a hilarious expatriate adventure, a good insight into the Germans and their culture and fair warning of what to expect living in Germany.
    Cathy Dobson, Grosvenor House Publishing Limited, 280 pages.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 6:00 PM | Anonymous
    This book is not your expat survival guide-it is more of a light hearted perspective on moving abroad. Author’s youthful voice exposes her struggles as a newly landed expat with no job, no house in what she thought would be non-stop fun in the sun.
    Keidi Keating. Nativespain.com, 256 pages, paperback.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 2:23 PM | Anonymous
    Paul Seaman is the son of United Methodist missionaries.  He grew up in Pakistan at a boarding school for missionaries' children - The. Murree Christian School.
    Seaman, P. A. (Ed.). (1996). William Carry Library.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 2:21 PM | Anonymous
    In this enjoyable first novel Grace Berggren, the seven year old daughter of an agricultural missionary, lives with her family in the Belgian Congo, where she experiences the curious blend of European Protestantism and African native beliefs.
    Meyers, M. (1995). Milkweed Editions

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  • 12 Oct 2012 2:20 PM | Anonymous
    This autobiography is about growing up in Egypt. It is also an investigation into childhood perception in which the author uses herself and her memories as an insight into how children see and know.
    Lively, P. (1994). Harper Books.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 2:18 PM | Anonymous
    Crayon illustrations and a straightforward, handwritten text capture the innocence of an eight-year-old girl as she describes her one-year stay in the African country of Swaziland, including facts about daily life, schools, and the people.
    Leigh, N. K. (1993). Scholastic Inc.

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  • 12 Oct 2012 2:15 PM | Anonymous
    The Poisonwood Bible is a story told by the wife and four daughters of Nathan Price, a fierce, evangelical Baptist who takes his family and mission to the Belgian Congo in 1959.
    Kingsolver, B. (1998). HarperCollins.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 2:19 PM | Anonymous
    People are taking jobs abroad more than ever, yet overseas employment has never been more complicated or risky. New markets and new opportunities draw professionals overseas, even as the world as we understand it continues to change.
    Melton, William R. (2005). Intercultural Press.

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