American Expats In India
If you are looking to connect with American expats in India, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs India written by American bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by American Expats Living in India
- Living the Flipside
Rants and Raves from an Off-Centered American Expat in Delhi. A Colorado art director and photographer who quit his job to follow his amazing wife on her work assignment to New Delhi. I write and photograph about the stories of daily life in India while also providing insight into expat life
- Attached Moms
American mom of two, trying out life in the far suburb of Thane - not exactly Mumbai, but not rural either. Can she keep her sanity?
- Learning India
I moved to Chennai in January 2010 with my wife and four suitcases. I prepared by reading a lot of good books and meeting a lot of knowledgeable people. However, nothing could have prepared me for what I experienced trying to start my own
- Ryan McFarland's blog
Musings on life, travel, beards, bacon, beer, and living overseas.
- Hippie In Heels
American Living in India permanently, although still traveling in and around Asia. Learning fun things like: how to drive in indian traffic!
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- American Expat Living in India - Interview with Neil
Neil moved to Chennai in January 2010. He read a lot of books and did a lot of research before coming to India, but nothing could have prepared him for what he experienced trying to start his own...
- American Expat Living in India - Interview with Amanda
Amanda is an American mom, who wanted her kids to have a chance to learn about "half" their heritage, so she left the corporate world and is now raising her kids in the Mumbai suburbs, while her...
- American Expat Living in Goa, India - Meet Rachel
Rachel is an young American girl living in India. After backpacking there for months, she moved permanently to live with her boyfriend in Goa. A pro on Indian travel, her blog helps girls get through...
- Expat Interview With Cynthia - US Expat Living in India
Cynthia is a White Indian Grandmother that recently moved to India. She grew up in Small Town America in the home that her Great grandfather built. That instilled an appreciation of her American...
- American Expat Living In India - Interview With Ben Soltoff
Ben Soltoff is a recent college graduate from the U.S. who currently lives in Jodhpur, India. When he’s not working on rural development in the world’s most densely populated desert ecosystem,...
- Expat Interview With Lloyd - American Expat In India
Lloyd Lauland tells us: "When I took this assignment I looked at it as an adventure. What began as a two year minimum commitment to my company has become an incredible 4.5 year journey that I...
Latest News Relating to India or Usa
- Are QROPS still an option post-Brexit?
Retirement – what about a post-Brexit QROPS? The freedom to choose another country for your retirement years is a romantic notion, but it’s now become far more popular due to ease of travel...
- One euro Sicilian village property offer sees thousands of willing buyers
If you’ve ever dreamed of finding an incredibly affordable property in a charming Sicilian village, now’s your chance! The offer earlier this week of 17 dilapidated, traditional homes in...
- Expat campaign groups highlight plight of ‘accidental Americans’
Last week, European lawmakers stepped into the fight by a US expat campaign group against the hated FATCA law which forces them to be taxed as US residents as well as in their chosen countries of...
- Brit expats in Spain castigate UK government for Brexit betrayal
British expatriates in Spain are slamming UK lawmakers for betraying their trust and ignoring their needs. At a recent meeting in Marbella organised by the campaign group Brexpats in Spain,...
- Expatriate pilots still being taken on by Indian domestic airlines
Expat pilot numbers are on the increase in Indian domestic airlines. In spite of the Indian government’s attempts to cut down the numbers working for the country’s domestic airlines, more...