My Way Home

  • Discover Armenia: A Haven for Digital Nomads
    Digital Nomad
    Are you a digital nomad seeking an inspiring destination to set up your remote workspace? Look no further than Armenia, a hidden gem in the heart of the South Caucasus region. With its rich history, stunning landscapes, and vibrant culture, Armenia offers an exceptional experience for those who are here or are considering the move. Let's explore why Armenia is an ideal destination for digital nomads seeking a fulfilling and enriching lifestyle.
  • Embracing Learning and Adventure: A Day in the Life of a Kid in Armenia
    Armenia, a country rich in history and culture, offers families and children a vibrant and fulfilling life. For those considering repatriation, it's essential to understand the experiences that await your children in their new homeland. So, let's take a journey through a typical day in the life of a kid in Armenia, from the excitement of learning to the wonders of outdoor exploration.
  • Taking Time for Self-Care in Armenia
    In recent years, Armenia, a land of rich cultural heritage and resilient people, has seen a shift in attitudes towards self-care and personal development. While the traditional mindset viewed self-reflection as a private matter, the country is now embracing the importance of nurturing one's well-being.
  • There are no job opportunities in Armenia
    There are no job opportunities in Armenia. This is, perhaps, the first and most important fear that arises among our compatriots thinking of moving to Armenia. Admittedly, this is the factor that leaves the idea of repatriation as an idea.
  • The First Repatriation and Integration Center Opens in Yerevan
    Armenia's First Repatriation and Integration Center, a joint initiative of the Office of the High Commissioner for Diaspora Affairs, the H. Hovnanian Family Foundation, and Repat Armenia, stands as a beacon of hope for repatriates seeking to reconnect with their ancestral homeland.
  • Unlocking Armenia: 8 'Dos' and 'Don'ts' Every Repat Should Know
    Embarking on a journey to repatriate to Armenia is a momentous decision, filled with excitement, challenges, and endless possibilities.
  • My biggest professional goal is to help Armenia in my knowledge field
    This time we decided to talk with Dr. Serge Doulian who moved to Armenia from Lebanon in 2021 and opened an endocrinology clinic in Yerevan.
  • Andranik Togramadzhian: being Armenian is starting with saying that you are Armenian
    Andranik Togramadzhian moved to Armenia from Russia. Now he is managing two projects: SkyLabs (the first crypto terminals in Armenia) and (the online real estate classifieds platform).
  • Serouj Baghdassarian - Digital Nomad from Lebanon
    Digital Nomad
    We continue to talk with digital nomads and find out why they choose Armenia.
  • Alexander Maslenkov - Digital Nomad from Belarus
    Digital Nomad
    We decided to understand why Digital Nomads choose Armenia and what advantages it has for remote work
  • Joanna Derbedrossian: Lessons Learned in Armenia
    Armenian by Birth
    Finding a job in Armenia is essential to integrate and feel that you entirely belong to the community. Now I know that it’s easier said than done.
  • From Russia to Martuni, Armenia: The Woman Behind Tagani
    Armenian by Birth
    Here is our home. Despite every hardship we went through, we can't give up on our homeland. Armenia is us. We have to be in the place where our soul belongs.
  • Levon Der Bedrossian: The Long Way Home
    Armenian by Birth
    Levon Der Bedrossian, a diasporan from the USA, is the founder of Folk Arts Hub Foundation and Silk Road Hotel. He plans to repatriate to Armenia soon.
  • Armen Mardirossian - Repat Story
    The older you become, the more difficult it would be to come to Armenia. Give and take, analyze the risks then make a decision
  • Per Aspera ad Astra: One Year in Armenia
    Armenian by Birth
    Now, I am not just a #repatwithnoregret, but a repat who is helping other repats to reunite with Armenia