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Moving from Connecticut to England

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Moving from Connecticut to England

Why not save some time and some energy when searching for your international Moving from Connecticut to England . You can avoid some of the stress associated with an international move by letting the Intlmovers website do some of the work for you. In a single request, you can obtain up to six international moving quotes from companies who are specialists with moves from Connecticut to England.

International moving quotes

Intlmovers is convenient way of requesting numerous quotes in a single submission. You simply select where you are moving from and to using the drop down menu and complete a short request form that outlines a few of your moving details. There is no chasing around because the international moving companies respond directly to you with their quotes. You can clarify your needs or confirm your requirements directly without any messing around.

International moves to England

Moving to England from the USA is a popular relocation option for many. England is a country with a rich history that offers a multitude of opportunities for work, study and leisure. You can start your move to England by enlisting the help of expert movers who understand the logistics and can help you best plan your move to the England and the UK.

How to use Intlmovers

To quickly and easily compare international movers for global relocations:

  1. Select where you are to moving from and to, and click on ‘Find moving companies!’
  2. Complete the easy request form and receive quotes directly for your global relocation.

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Using Intlmovers for your international move from Connecticut to England

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

About moving from Connecticut to England

Visa requirements when moving to England
The UK system for visa review and approval is split in to five tiers as noted below. Each of the tiers is based on achieving a requirement minimum of points with specific criteria. Each visa application is reviewed with key focus around abilities with the English language, education and work skills and training, and ability of financial self-support. In general, the tier that many applicants fall under is tier 2 but your actual visa request will be determined by your specific circumstances.

The visa system in the UK offers points to migrant workers using their existing qualifications, proof of income and savings as well as their abilities with spoken and written English.

To find out more details please visit www ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk

Employment in England
England was the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution that spread across western Europe and North America for a century from the mid 1700’s. It therefore comes as no surprise to hear that England is an extremely industrialized country. The employment market in England was initially founded on textiles, chemical production and mining.

More recently, the major employment opportunities have arisen from the central hub of London where much of the country’s financial services are based. This includes banking, insurance, investments, commodities and exchanges.

The service sector makes up the highest percentage of employment across the country, as manufacturing and primary industries have declined. The construction industry is also considered to be one of the most important growth areas which is being supported by the growth in the financial, administrative and other services sectors.

Cost of living in England
In general, the cost of living in England is considered quite high. The main cost is accommodation, and housing and rental costs are dependent upon where you choose to live. As you would expect, homes closer to the major cities are more expensive. In fact, London is considered to be one of the most expensive cities in the world to live. However, pricing varies significantly depending on not only where you live, but the age of the home and the total amount of area that you have.

It is suggested that two people could reasonably expect their shopping bill with weekly groceries and toiletries to be around £70. Your cost of living in England is affected by your lifestyle, and eating out is generally considered expensive, but a fish and chip dinner is another story again.

Most people who live in the USA request moving quotes from Connecticut, Washington and Ohio

International moving quotes

Intlmovers has partnered in helping people find the right international moving company quote since 2003. Intlmovers sends thousands of international moving quotes per day for people that are moving from anywhere within the USA to anywhere in the world!

Below are some examples of quotation requests submitted for international moves:

Moving from Connecticut to England
(Quotation date: 05/14/2017 19:25:20)
Family of four with two young children so a number of boxes of toys, cots, and the like. Entire house contents need to be packed, including a 3 piece sofa setting.

Moving from Connecticut to England
(Quotation date: 05/15/2017 21:23:44)
Number of major items such as sofa, dining table, cabinet, beds (x4), side tables (x4), pictures. 40 x packing boxes (medium sized) containing kitchen items, other personal items, etc.

Moving from Connecticut to England
(Quotation date: 05/10/2017 13:15:07)
Small apartment with double bed, desk, chair, and other assorted personal items, around twenty boxes I think.

Tips for moving from Connecticut to England

Tip 1: M. Lawn moved from Connecticut to England one year ago
My move to England went very smoothly. It was my good fortune to have friends that had moved to London about six months earlier so I was able to spend some time with them initially whilst I found what I wanted.

Tip 2: P. Reed moved from Connecticut to England nine months ago
My wife has distant family in Oxford so that helped us initially. We were really pleased to have a contact person that helped us with some local knowledge on our arrival.

Tip 3: T. Bromley moved from Connecticut to England six months ago
We used an agent to help us with setting up and we found that it was really worth spending the little extra to have some certified info available to us, rather than making some uninformed choices. We are really happy with where we are.

Tip 4: T. Stemming moved from Connecticut to England four months ago
I foolishly packed a whole bunch of things that I just can’t use here because of the different electrical adapters. I can arrange to change things over but it is actually easier to just get new ones!

Tip 5: L. Lyle moved from Connecticut to England eight weeks ago
I wanted to get out and about but hadn’t realized how tricky it can be when you are new in town. I bought myself a local guide that I keep at my desk. In conjunction with the app I have installed on my phone, now I don’t have to worry about getting lost!

Tips for obtaining your visa for your move to England

Tip 1: S. Jordan moved from Connecticut to England one year ago
We were lucky that we had professional assistance provided to us with an agent. It really didn’t feel like it as a big issue to arrange our visa, and you often hear so many other stories that don’t go quite so smoothly.

Tip 2: W. Hughes moved from Connecticut to England ten months ago
My husband’s parents are English so that really helped us arrange our visas very quickly and without too much bother. We were able to make our plans very easily after that.

Tip 3: G. Fornley moved from Connecticut to England six months ago
I did a lot of research online before I made the decision to move. It was something that I had thought about doing for a long time but just kept putting it off. Now, after seeing how easy it was with the credentials that I had to allow me to get approval, I can’t believe I didn’t arrange it sooner.

Tip 4: M. Trevors moved from Connecticut to England four months ago
Having the skills that are in demand really helped us get over the line for our visa approval. Of course, coming from an English speaking country is also a bonus, even if I do still have a few challenges with some of the accents here!

Tip 5: L. Jamieson moved from Connecticut to England six weeks ago
I had to arrange to get some paperwork ready but as I knew exactly what was required by the local embassy, it really wasn’t such a big deal. I think as long as you are clear on what is required by the authorities, then you are already in good shape for getting your visa approval

No cost, no obligation

Comparing quotes is one of the best ways to get the best deal for your international move. You can compare the services on offer, alongside the associated costs, and make a much more informed decision about what you are getting for your dollar. Quotes obtained through Intlmovers are provided completely obligation free. You should only accept a quote if you are completely satisfied with the offer provided.


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