Recently, Morocco decided to let Moroccans living abroad apply their citizens'' right (voting) in order to actively participate in the national reforms. This community is thorn between two cultures: the culture of country of origin and the host country. In this respect, there is the concern that collective actions such as voting of this particular community has been studied more from the structural perspective and less from the cultural side. Hence, the choice of this book is strategic because it aims to grasp the patterns of political participation of this community based on their political socialization, political culture, and civic culture. In other words, this book will determine the appropriate socialization agencies that can generate compatible micro and macro politics that can match the political culture of the segments studied, assess their civic culture and determine their participative role in the political arena. This book should be a great tool for students and professors working in the fields of social and political sciences or for the different ministries and foreign embassies in Morocco, as well as to anyone else interested in this issue.