In continuing with the first series 'How-to in NYC' introduced in 2019, the NYLESA Podcast now includes a new shows ‘Let’s Talk About It!’ !
It's your podcast - do let us know what topics you would like us to cover!
Let's Talk about It!
Hosted by Soraya King and Olivier Caudron
In this series of informal conversations, the hosts discuss subject matter that might be burdens or concerns of fellow expat-spouses, both topical and not easy to talk about.
Let's Talk about It! Ep. 6: Aging Parents
In episode 6, Soraya and Olivier talk about how much ‘aging parents’ can be a concern for UN Spouses – From emotional guilt to sincere availability.
Let's Talk about It! Ep. 5: Emotional Overload
In episode 5, Soraya & Olivier talk about emotional overload – how to overcome the overused placations.
Let's Talk about It! Ep. 4: Acclimation
In this episode your hosts, Olivier & Soraya discuss how surprisingly challenging it can be to adjust oneself to life in NYC, and share some options to ease culture shock.
Let's Talk about It! Ep. 3: UN Spouses and Political Climate
Episode 3 sees Olivier & Soraya debating about the best attitude UN spouses could adopt vis a vis the host country’s political condition.
Let's Talk about It! Ep. 2: Being a UN Spouse
In this episode, Olivier & Soraya discuss the pros and cons of being a UN Spouse.
Let's Talk about It! Ep. 1 Introduction
In this episode Soraya & Olivier discuss the who, the why and the how this new show!
Hosted by Martín Haro and Zein Dudha
This series covers tips and information for UN Spouses, from the multitude of different tasks to do when you first arrive in New York; interviews with experts concerning taxes and banking, work permits and more.
Select any of the episode under the title How-to NYC in the Podcast window above, content of each episode is listed in the next session!
Creator and Producer
How-to NYC Ep.5 Immigration
Find out about immigration options beyond our current G4 visa status.
Interested to find out more about E2 Visa (also known as investor or entrepreneur visa)?
Julien from the Career Support Team followed up with Suneeta Dewan to ask her about E2, as an option beyond G4 - in case an UN staff leaves US for an assignment but the family wants to stay behind.
Click this link to hear the audio.
How-to NYC Ep. 4: Starting your own biz
In this episode, we talk to Man Li Lin, an expert from the Small Business Administration, about how to start your own business in New York.
How-to NYC Ep. 3 Getting work permit
Episode 3 is all about getting your work permit or an Employment Authorisation Document (EAD).
In this episode we talk to Rula Eid Greco who is the Host Country Immigration Support Services Officer at the United Nations Department of Operational Support. She tells in detail the process of applying for and renewing a work permit. we recommend all NYLESA members listen to this podcast!
How-to NYC Ep. 2 Banking with UNFCU
How-to NYC Ep.1 NYLESA Community and UN spouse challenges
Episode 1 starts with an introduction to the series, then what members think NYLESA is to each of them, and an interview with the 2018/2019 Chair.
In the last part of this first episode, we have a very interesting conversation with Angela Bamblett, who talked about her experience being one of the first Association’s members and 2012/2013 Chair, and shared her professional opinion as a psychologist on the challenges being an expat spouse that we all face.
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