International Moving Guidelines for First-Timers

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If you're moving to an international country or moving overseas for the first time, the process can be completely foreign to you. Without the right information and tools, you can find yourself lost amongst all of the arrangements that need to be made and all the paperwork that needs to be filled out. Below is an Read More >

Have You Dreamed of Moving to Alaska?

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Everyone who hasn’t been to Alaska probably has their own visions of what the country is like. Some people think of Alaska and only envision a frozen tundra ruled by vicious polar bears with a spattering of igloos and oil spills. Others probably see magnificent glaciers resting between jagged mountaintops, log cabins, grizzly old fishermen and hu...

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Moving Tips for Busy People

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Moving is time consuming, and if you’re busy, there may just not be enough hours in the day to get everything done. Thankfully we live in a modern world where you can pay someone else to do just about anything. Moving for busy people will mostly be about delegating responsibility to third parties: Read More >

International Moving: Ships, Planes and Trains

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Most people are pretty familiar with how a domestic move works. You pack things in boxes, put them on the truck, drive the truck to the new house or apartment and then unpack the boxes into your new home. This process takes quite a bit of work, but it is rather simple. Relocating internationally is a whole different beast. Not only does moving to a...

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Moving Long Distances and Vehicle Transportation

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Most moves occur within a small area of a city as people transition between apartments or from apartments to new homes. Long distance moves are usually reserved for instances when someone in the family gets a new job or when someone is moving away for school. The strategies involved in moving long distance are a bit different than for short distanc...

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If You’re Thinking of Moving to Canada

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Moving to Canada is not just for Vietnam draft dodgers anymore. Canada is a thriving first world country full of opportunity, culture, universal healthcare and some of the finest cities in the world. Canada has jobs in nearly every market imaginable: high tec...

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Moving Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

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The following are a few ways people make mistakes while moving and how to go about avoiding them. Following this short guide can help you save money and avoid getting your goods damaged when you have them transported by a relocation service. -Lack of Planning. Without proper planning before a move, a lot can go wrong. The most damaging mistake c...

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Moving Overseas and Learning a New Language

Tags: , , Posted in International Moving | January 27th, 2012  No Comments »

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One of the most disorienting aspects about moving to any new country is not knowing the language. It’s hard not the feel completely lost and helpless in a place where you can’t understand the signs and can’t ask people questions. That is why it is so important to at least learn a few conversational words before moving to a place with a new la...

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Choosing an International Moving Company

Tags: , , Posted in International Moving | January 21st, 2012  No Comments »

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Moving to an international country is one of the biggest steps someone can take in their life. Up until about 100 years ago, moving internationally was a huge multi week or multi month ordeal that involved huge costs and huge risks that sometimes resulted in death. Thankfully, modern travel like airplanes and powered ships have made international m...

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Some Tips for Moving Overseas

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People have been moving overseas as far back as history has been recorded. Early settlers of the pacific islands moved from the mainland thousands of years ago in homemade wood boats.  Nomads crossed the frozen tundra during the ice age to reach North America...

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