Culture shock, meaning that uneasiness you feel in a new country—or even a new office, school, or community—is completely normal. It is part of your adjustment phase, and it hits people in different ways. To prepare you for your time abroad, or if you are already coping with culture shock, it is important to know its phases so you can come up with a healthy response to each stage’s challenges as they come along.
A way Filipinos can live in the United States is by taking a job in any of the careers in most in-demand jobs in the U.S. This can open doors to getting an H-1B visa. Though an H-1B is a non-immigrant visa, it can still serve as the first step to starting a new life and bringing your family to the U.S.
Since the 1900s, Filipinos have been migrating to America for work, education, and new opportunities, so it’s no wonder that we still find compatriots moving here today. Here are the top 5 states with big communities of Filipinos in America.
Invite your friends and family to register and transact with Kabayan Remit and get rewarded for every successful referral. Here's how you can start referring friends to our services.
When you’re getting ready to send money to the Philippines, the first thing you need to do is look at exchange rates. Whether you’re working in the United Kingdom, Spain, France, or anywhere in Europe, exchange rates will determine how much money will reach your loved ones back home.
Trying to figure out where to begin to move to the country of love and romance? We've put together this guide to answer some questions you may have as a Filipino aspiring on moving to France one day.