Traveling Internationally? Seven Things to Consider

Attorney Bill Gibson still remembers the ordeal of making a transatlantic phone call back in the 1970s when his wife lived in Europe. You had to put in a request at the post office or American Express office, then return hours later at an appointed time for the call to be put through. Today, he’s taken groups of lawyers to China, and has seen people call their office in the US standing atop the Great Wall. Yes, things have changed, particularly with ease of communication, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do a little preparation before hopping that plane. Here are seven things you can do ward off potential problems abroad so you can focus on getting the most from your trip, whether it is for business or pleasure.

Originally published April 23, 2012
Last updated April 9, 2018
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