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Moving from Connecticut to Europe

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Moving from Connecticut to Europe

An international Moving from Connecticut to Europe is a thrilling time. It may also be a very stressful time. Whatever the reason you are moving – work, study, family. You want to make sure that your move goes smoothly and as easily as possible. The movers that promote their service on Intlmovers have many years of professional and trusted service with moves made to all locations within Europe. You can rest easy when you find the right international mover with Intlmovers.

International moving quotes

Using the free service of Intlmovers is very easy. You simply select where you are moving from and where you are moving to. Using the drop down menu provided. You are immediately presented with a listing of up to six international moving companies who match your moving criteria. Complete the short request form with a few basic details about your move requirements. Intlmovers will do the work for you. Your request is automatically forwarded to the international movers for them to provide a customized quote directly back to you.

International moves to Europe

People make the move from the USA to Europe regularly, and back again! It can really take a huge weight off your shoulders by relying on the professional services of international movers. They know and understand the moving logistics of such an international relocation. Avoid wasting time chasing around and stressing out, and compare a number of quotes quickly and easily with the handy service offered by Intlmovers.

 

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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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 (28/5/2017)
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Using Intlmovers.com for your international move from Connecticut to Europe

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

About moving from Connecticut to Europe

Visa requirements when moving to Europe
US citizens who are travelling on a valid US passport do not need a visa for travel under 90 days, assuming that the passport is valid for the entire duration of the trip.

If you are obtaining a Schengen visa, you are allowed entry in to the Schengen territory and travel freely for a period of up to 90 days within a six month period.

Temporary resident visas are available in European countries and their approval process and requirements varies depending on the country that you are moving to, the length of time that you wish to stay and the reason you wish to stay. Your local embassy will be able to provide the most up to date information for visa requirements for your specific situation.

Employment in Europe
It is no secret that Europe been under considerable pressure during the financial crisis that recently commenced and continues to affect local working conditions in many countries. A number of countries have seen additional pressure with the adoption of the Euro (€) as their national currency and the participation in the global market. In general, employment opportunities have been negatively affected across many industries in many European countries.

Employment opportunities by European country vary considerably. Areas that have seen traditional growth have also been affected. Whilst difficult to generalize for all, within each country the civil service focus on health, education and government are strong areas. Banking and building industries have been faced with a number of challenges since the global crisis began.

Cost of living in Europe
The cost of living in Europe is relative depending on the country that you are living in. Whilst it is fair to say that the cost of living in cities such as Paris and London is high, the cost of living in some of the more eastern countries is generally lower. Living in the city centre is generally more expensive, but moving further from the city you can often get better value for your rental costs, however your access to facilities and public transport is may also be reduced.

However, the cost of living is generally in line with the salary averages. Certainly, the average annual salary is dependent upon the type of work you do, who you work for and whether you are in full time or part time employment.

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 Europe
(Quotation date: 06/18/2017 10:10:14)
My partner and I have a small two bedroom home and want to move everything in it. We have the standard furniture you’d expect in the kitchen, dining, living and bedroom. I think perhaps 20 boxes of extra items.

Moving from Connecticut to Europe
(Quotation date: 06/10/2017 17:22:08)
Family moving with up to 40 large boxes, assorted weights. We have still got more calculations to go and want to find out about shipping our car too.

Moving from Connecticut to Europe
(Quotation date: 05/31/2017 14:15:32)
We have a piano, along with a number of antique chests that will need a bit of special attention I would expect. In total, around 25 boxes but the volume weight I’m not sure of.

Tips for moving from Connecticut to Europe

Tip 1: S. Estelle moved from Connecticut to Europe one year ago
Be open to new experiences, and don’t expect anything to be like home. I found a whole new culinary experience, and things that I tried for the first time and didn’t like have now become some of my favourites!

Tip 2: W. Frankston moved from Connecticut to Europe nine months ago
Same, same, but different. I’ve seen people on holidays with those t-shirts and now I really appreciate what a relevant statement it is. Since I moved here, I’m still doing pretty much the same – get up, go to work, cook dinner, but it is completely different. I feel like I’m on holiday, but not!

Tip 3: D. Bradley moved from Connecticut to Europe six months ago
We made a pact that we would take advantage of the proximity to everything and once a month make a long weekend out of a new city. So far, we’ve made trips from Amsterdam to Prague, Barcelona, Paris and Brussels. Next month we are going to London, I just can’t wait. I think it is so wonderful that you can be so close to everything here and get around so easily.

Tip 4: H. Jansen moved from Connecticut to Europe four months ago
Make an effort to learn the language. I am working in an international company so it is not so easy to do because I just lapse in to English all the time, but for the smaller words I’m finding it really interesting to pick up on conversations in the office.

Tip 5: P. Werner moved from Connecticut to Europe eight weeks ago
I found an expat site and got involved in some local activities but with people who also going through the same settling in process as me. I am still finding it a bit of a cultural difference but I’m also really enjoying it.

Tips for obtaining your visa for your move to Europe

Tip 1: S. Meren moved from Connecticut to Europe one year ago
We didn’t mess around and found an agent who could help us with what we needed. Sure, it cost us a little extra but we think it was a good investment and now we feel confident that everything has been done correctly.

Tip 2: O. Michaels moved from Connecticut to Europe ten months ago
Our work helped us with the visa preparations so that was really handy. My husband’s international transfer was a big step for us so it really helped to have someone who could guide us and arrange everything for us and the kids properly.

Tip 3: T. Pead moved from Connecticut to Europe six months ago
I did a bit of digging around online first so I had a bit of an idea about what to expect and what kind of things I would need to have ready in the visa application process. All things considered, it went relatively smoothly but I also allowed a lot of time beforehand to make sure that I wasn’t in a last minute panic.

Tip 4: S. Koster moved from Connecticut to Europe four months ago
My grandparents are from the UK so that proved to be a huge bonus for us. We were able to arrange our working visa without too many problems and our move went very smoothly.

Tip 5: M. Fredders moved from Connecticut to Europe six weeks ago
I had made direct contact with my local embassy to help clarify the process and understand where things could and would be delayed if I didn’t get it right the first time. Fortunately I heard direct what some of the common issues are and was able to ensure that I avoided them.

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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