ref · u · gee: One that flees; especially to a foreign country

Looking to work online from another country? Unsure about where you should go or where to start? Tired of wasting time planning your next trip when you could be working or having fun? Overwhelmed with the details of an international move? Need help opening an offshore bank account? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, you’re in the right place.

Whether you want to go abroad for regulatory, tax, climate, cost-of-living reasons or just for fun, Poker Refugees can save you time and money. Our international, multi-lingual team of experts handles all the logistics of both short- and long-term international travel so you can stop wasting time and just do you.

See how we help poker players, sports bettors, Twitch streamers and many other types of digital nomads travel the world while working online. We’ve already thought of everything so you don’t have to.

Poker Refugees handles all the logistics from planning through arrival so you can focus on your craft. Most of our clients are settled in their new homes and back to work within 24 hours of arrival to a foreign country.

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I have been working with Poker Refugees for a long time and most of my clients, we are very happy and satisfied with the services they provide, they are so helpful, for more business to come!

Aracely Amayame

Perhaps the best reference of all is that I would not hesitate to use Poker Refugees were I to relocate again. I recommend Kristin and company to any and all who want a seamless relocation.

Jim O’Connell

Poker Refugees was instrumental in streamlining the process of relocating our family. All through the process, Kristin was there providing information and helped us feel comfortable and confident.

Julie Palmer

Kristin will take care of your relocation so you can focus on poker. She is a smart and caring woman, and she will answer any questions you have regarding your relocation.

John Thomas

Without Kristin and poker refugees, I probably would not have continued my poker career. After all moving to another country where you don’t know the language is a pretty big barrier.

Ryan Garitta

I had a great experience. I was set up in Tamarindo, Costa Rica, where I met other players, some of whom have become life long friends. Biggest help was the bank accounts.

Peter Flynn