Hey all, I don't know if this have been shared before or not, but looking for some advice. Once I complete my PhD in CS, I plan to try out the expat life as a civilian. I'm retired military and enjoyed living overseas. Some European countries are starting these long-term expat visas to attract people. How realistic to find adjunct positions with US institutions while living in Europe or North Africa. I'm not concerned about the time zone difference, as I could accommodate that but will I have to "disclose" I'm an expat. The only thing that I think it could affect, is the university's posture for employee taxes but what else would I have to contend with? P.S: to minimize tangent discussion about getting a PhD for only adjunct work, I want to share that I will be in my mid 50s, and wanting to teach adjunct to stay mentally and professionally active but my main drive is to "enjoy life" in that phase. Not seeking tenure, competition or anything else. I'm getting a PhD for personal reasons and thinking about adjunct work to "give back" to the next generation, continue generating income and enjoy life. Thanks.