Congratulations! You have made the first step towards ensuring an enjoyable and rewarding stay in Egypt for you and your family. On this website you will find the resources and tools to make the most of your Egypt from the start.
Egypt, Misr in Arabic, has existed for a long time. The pyramids are a symbol for the rich history of this country, but Egypt has so much more to offer. From archaeological sites as old as 30,000 years, to temples, Islamic art and thousands of mosques to trendy bars along the Nile in Cairo. Despite all the images of unrest in Egypt, most of the country is safe to travel, and we can only recommend exploring this beautiful country and meeting its friendly population.
Getting settled means finding out how things work here in Egypt and where to go for fun and everyday life. Why not pick up all this information in just one day?
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CSA has compiled a list of resources to help you leave Egypt including useful articles, a "Leaving Egypt" checklist, movers list and numerous tips.
CSA is the place to help you get settled in Egypt. Our information center and collection of articles will help make the process smooth.
Our Frequently Asked Questions will help you prepare for your move, know how it is like to live in Egypt, take care of your pets, explore the country and prepare for your leave.
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When moving to a new country to live for an extended period of time, it is important to learn as much as possible about the country’s culture, society, people, religions and customs.
CSA has compiled a list of prominent embassies contact information in Egypt. The list comes in handy when you first move to Egypt or in case of emergenices.
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Ethnic groups: 99% Egyptians
Religion: Muslims 90% (mostly Sunni), Copts 9%
Acting President: Abdel Fattah El-Sisi
Area: 1,002,450 km2 / 387,048 sq mi - Water (%): 0.632
Population:85 million (2013 est.)
Currency: Egyptian pound (EGP)
Time zone: EET (UTC+2)
Driving: on the right
Electricity: Voltage: 220-240 Volts (U.S./Canada are 110-120 Volts)
Calling Code: +20
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