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Posted by dperk104
on 15 Feb 2019

I am a newly divorce 42 year old female wanting to make a fresh start in Lahore Pakistan. I am not planning to move to Pakistan for love nor a marriage. It has always been my plan to travel the world and live somewhere outside of the USA, so what better time than now. 

I am trying to figure out the best options to take in an international move. I have minimal material wealth and am a freelancer that can work from anywhere. I only need to know what measures I need to make to make my move a lot smoother. Can anyone offer some tips, suggestions or comments that may help me?

Daniela de Castro on 18 Feb 2019

Hi there

When are you planning to move to Pakistan? This can be a difficult process, and you should be sure to do your research before reaching a final decision. 

Safety in Pakistan is usually a big concern for expats, and if you are planning to work as a freelancer you will want to take the cost of living into account as well. Have a look at our guide to Moving to Pakistan for an overview of what you can expect from life in the country. 

Hope this helps!

- Daniela

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