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Moving to Frankfurt, Germany

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Moving to Frankfurt, Germany

You are Moving to Frankfurt, Germany for personal or business reasons. It could be useful for you to get your move organized by a professional moving company. Overseas moves can be exhausting and difficult to handle. An experienced moving company will take care of your goods and transport them safely to your new house.

Avoid stress concerning your removal to Frankfurt

Intlmovers offers you a service, you will truly welcome. A wide range of international moving companies are provided to you. Choose your perfect moving company by comparing the offers from a preselected list on Intlmovers.

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How Intlmovers.com works
  1. Choose where you are moving to and from on the menu
  2. Select from the listed international movers
  3. Complete the simple online quotation request form

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What other visitors said…

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“Thanks to the service and information on Intlmovers we managed to make our move abroad a lot easier.”
Damian Makin
Moved from Manchester, UK to Brisbane, Australia (28/2/2019)
Rating: 9/10

Why you should use Intlmovers for your international removal to Frankfurt

  1. The movers have years of experience with moves to Frankfurt
  2. Avoid stress, let the movers do all the hard work
  3. They have contacts in Frankfurt which can make your move cheaper

About Frankfurt, Germany

When moving to Frankfurt, Germany, the most important thing you should be aware of is ensuring you have the correct visa for your stay. The visa requirements can differ according to your nationality.

EEA Citizens
European Economic Area citizens, which include the European Union, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein citizens, don’t need a visa. Due to the freedom of movement within the EEA, you only need a valid passport to travel to Germany. Once you are there, you have to register at the local “Einwohnermeldeamt” within one week.

Required documents for registration:

  • Valid ID or passport
  • Completed registration form
  • Birth certificate or ID (for your children)
  • Rental or purchase agreement
  • Rental confirmation from the landlord (if he is not mentioned in the rental agreement)
  • Marriage certificate (if existing)

In addition to the EEA citizens, citizens from the following countries don’t need a visa to enter Germany as well.

  • USA
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Israel
  • Japan
  • New Zealand
  • Switzerland

Citizens of these countries have the option to stay up to 3 months in Germany without any additional approvals. When the 3 month period expires you have to apply for a residence permit. Reasons to apply for a residence permit can be:

  • Education related;
  • Work related;
  • International law related;
  • Humanitarian, political, or family related.

Citizens from other countries need to apply for a visa in Germany. There are visas for the following types of immigration:

  • Work
  • Study
  • Business
  • Family/marriage
  • Visits

Students who have successfully completed their studies are allowed to stay in Germany for work seeking purposes for up to 12 months.

Popular international moves to Frankfurt

Washington Birmingham Canberra Vancouver Bern Marseille 

Frankfurt is a popular destination for people from Washington, Birmingham and Canberra

Experiences of our relocation companies

Via Intlmovers you will find many moving and shipping companies which would be perfect for your removal. Thanks to years of experience in international removals, the companies listed on Intlmovers will transport your moving goods reliable and responsible to your new home.

Easy and free quotes for your move to Frankfurt

Due to Intlmovers you will save time and money. You don’t have to search for moving companies in the whole internet without knowing if these will be professionals or maybe not. Here you only have professional and renowned moving companies amongst which you can chose the best fitting one for your removal.

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