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By Daisy Wilson in Moving Fundamentals September 11, 2021

How Expat Communities Can Help You Adjust to Another Country

According to some estimates of the US State Department, around 10 million Americans live outside of the country. So where are those expats communities, you probably wonder? And where are the largest American expat communities? We will try to answer these and many other questions that are on your mind when you are thinking about moving overseas.

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By Julie Grace in Moving Fundamentals August 26, 2021

Ultimate Moving Guide

Moving is considered one of the most stressful processes in one’s life. No matter if you’re moving just around the corner or in a new state, relocation demands good organization and time if you want to avoid bigger problems and have a smile on your face after the move.

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By Mia Nelson in Moving Fundamentals July 29, 2021

Everything You’ll Need for the Moving Checklist

Is there a checklist for moving? Everyone knows that good organization of your relocation leads to success, but very few realize that a great moving checklist is a crown of good organization – and we decided to make the only one you will ever need. Be sure to print it or write it down and learn everything you need to do so that your relocation overseas ends in tears of joy.

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By Mila Tacon in How-to March 19, 2021

How to Move Efficiently and Less Stressful? Here Are the Best Pro Tips

On this day, around 10 million American citizens are living outside of the US. If you plan on following the footsteps of those expats and join their community in a chosen foreign destination, you need to know how to move efficiently. Even though this process might look straightforward, it’s just at first glance. There are plenty of steps that should be performed in order to hone in a smooth relocation. But, don’t worry – it’s feasible.

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By Mia Nelson in Moving Fundamentals March 12, 2020

Important Corona Virus Update

If you’re planning to travel abroad, you are probably frightened due to coronavirus and its global spreading. Depending on your final destination, your moving might be exposed to lower or higher risks for infection. Everyday preventive actions are recommended and consider washing your hands regularly, avoiding contact with sick people, and avoiding touching mouth, nose, or eyes with unwashed hands.

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By Michael Vaughan in How-to November 25, 2019

How to Move Overseas

It is easier to move abroad these days than at any time before, with all the information and resources we have. Whatever the reason for this move is, you have to know what you need to prepare, how to be ready for anything that may happen, and how to move overseas in general. First off, this is not a rash decision. Think carefully and thoroughly about moving across the world to some exotic and faraway lands. This decision is in no way finite, but you should try to avoid all the problems that may arise.

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By Mila Tacon in Moving Fundamentals October 21, 2019

What to Pack When Moving Abroad

Are you planning to move to another home in a foreign country and begin a new life in an unfamiliar environment? You’re probably excited as much as worried about leaving your sweet home and relocating overseas. To start anew on the right foot, you need to know what to pack when moving abroad.
But don’t worry, it just looks complicated. From important documents to clothes and medicine, these are the things you’ll need for your overseas journey.

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By Blake Shaw in Moving Fundamentals September 20, 2019

Moving Across the World

Packing up your belongings and leaving your current home is not easy, especially when you are moving across the world. Whether it is for work or love, the process is complex, and it takes time. 

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By Christina Henry in Moving Fundamentals January 9, 2019

Moving Abroad Alone – How to Thrive in a New Country

The mere idea of moving abroad alone and finding yourself surrounded by strange people in a strange land with no one to lean on might seem scary at first. But as there are two sides to every coin, there is a way to make this situation work in your favor. Yes, you might be leaving everything you hold dear behind and venturing into the unknown, but a whole world of opportunities is waiting to be explored.

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By Helen Plath in Moving Fundamentals August 22, 2018

Acquiring a Work Permit or Visa

Moving to another country can be challenging. Getting a job in another country is even more difficult. Work permits are difficult to acquire, and even harder if you are in a two-income household as some countries only allow one spouse to be employed. Despite the rigorous entry requirements to obtain a work permit, many people are moving internationally to look for new opportunities and to experience life somewhere else.

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