Moving from New Jersey to Ireland

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Moving from New Jersey to Ireland

You can save money on international moving costs when moving from New Jersey to Ireland. Using the free services of Intlmovers, you can quickly and easily request up to six quotes from international moving companies who specialize in moves to Ireland.

Obligation free international moving quotes

By recruiting an international moving company to help you with your move, you can not only save yourself a lot of time, but also a lot of stress. Arranging an international move is a big task and you have plenty of things that you are busy planning. The quotes that you request on Intlmovers don’t cost you anything, and they are obligation free. You should only accept the quote that works best for you.

Value of moving companies to Ireland

The international moving companies that promote their services on Intlmovers offers you outstanding moving services and a years of experience on moving to Ireland. You are entrusting your valuable goods with a company, so you want to be confident that they will arrive on time, and in the same condition. Trust in the years of expert international shipping and moving experience of the movers on Intlmovers

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  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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Using Intlmovers for your international move from New Jersey to Ireland

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

About moving from New Jersey to Ireland

Just about everyone born in New Jersey has Irish roots or so it seems. Many Irish decedents from New Jersey feel quite at home when visiting Ireland. It’s no surprise many people feel compelled to return to the land where their family immigrated from and have fallen in love with the people and culture.
In New York and New Jersey, the Irish roots stem mostly from the Immigration flood of the 1820’s. During that period United States received over 2 million Irish immigrants who escaped massive unemployment and famine that struck Ireland. The flood of Irish immigration to the United States between 1820 to1840 made up close to half of all immigrants that the United States received for 20 years. The wave of immigration 1840’s was the single largest factor that brought about change to the modern American culture washing away most of the European influence it once had.
Recent improvements in the Economy and political landscape in Ireland have brought about many of Irelands much needed reforms. In December 2000, the Northern Ireland first provisional government took over from British control, handing over Northern Ireland to a shared Protestant and Catholic government. Ireland today has stabilized and has seen a GDP of 10%steady increase in the past 10 years. Statistics show that the recent stabilized economy in Ireland has changed the number of people immigrating and are currently seeing an increase in emigration.

The weather in Ireland can be described as very mild, wet and changeable. It’s often hard to predict what the weather will be like on a day to day basis. However extreme weather differences or long periods of frost or hot temperatures are rare. The average summer temperature is around 55ºF and winter daytime temperatures usually remain around 40ºF. The Gulf Stream that crosses Ireland causes it to have regular strong windy conditions and regulated temperatures.

Ireland is part of the European Union and uses the Euro as its main currency as oppose to the United Kingdom that still uses the British Pound. Dublin is the largest city in Ireland, and is every bit as modern as any city holding the largest amount of job opportunities and endless entertainment. The most developed industry of Dublin is IT, and there are many companies from this field located in Dublin. These include Dell, Face book, Ebay, Microsoft, Intel, LinkedIn and others. In Ireland, most professions are knowledge intensive. Finding work in Ireland can be difficult and there are labor restrictions for foreigners looking for work in most administrative occupations.

Irish are known to take their free time seriously and can often be found at pubs socializing after work. Dubliners also enjoy a large amount of festivals each year from dance festivals, music festivals art festivals if you prefer a more activites in your life then you can always find something happing in Dublin.

Irish work permit and visa

Anyone arriving in Ireland who wish to stay for longer than 90 days must register with their local Garda Registration Officer to begin any residence or request for work permits. You will be given documentation that will be required when you apply for a work permit or visa. In Ireland, work visa applications hold three categories. The Irish Green Card, the Irish work permit and the ICT or Intra Company Transfer.

The Irish Green Card – For job positions which offer sufficient vocational availability. Green Cards offer the possibility to apply for permanent residence in Ireland after living there for two years, usually there is a five year minimum period of residency.

Unlike the USA Green Card, the Irish version does not grant you permanent residence.Most people think the Green Card when referring to the US immigration route can sometimes make the term “Irish Green Card” seem a little misleading. Although an Irish Green Cards can ultimately lead to the opportunity to apply for permanent residence and in time a grant of Irish citizenship, they in fact function much like working permits. The requirements for getting work permit in Ireland are very strict.

For a visa you must meet the following requirements:

  • Annual salary excluding bonuses of €30,000 or more
  • With special exceptions, the annual salary may be less than €30,000
  • Your occupation and skills satisfy market needs

The occupations for which you cannot get your residence permit are the following: clerical and administrative staff, general operatives and laborers, general operatives and laborers, sales jobs, drivers, including, HGV drivers, nannies, tourism field occupations, crafts workers and some others.

Employment in Ireland

Whilst Ireland has been hard hit by the recent economic downturn in Europe, there is still a skills shortage across a number of key areas. Engineers are high in demand, with pharmaceutical and biomedical and other specialist areas having a high focus. Software engineers with skills specifically in web design, networking and security are also in demand.

Cost of living in Ireland

The cost of living in Ireland is considered relatively high compared to most other European countries. Dublin is considerably more expensive than the outer lying cities and towns.

Most people who live in the USA request moving quotes from California, New Jersey and Florida

International moving quotes

Intlmovers has partnered in helping people find the right international moving company quote since 2003. Intlmovers sends thousands of international removal quotes per day for people that are moving from the USA to anywhere in the world! Below are some examples of quotation requests submitted for international moves:

Moving from New Jersey to Ireland
(Quotation date: 03/29/2017 21:34:09)
“I believe there are approx. 15m3 worth of boxes and furniture. The list include:
Sofa, launching/fold-out chair, desk, 2 x chest of drawer, child?s cot, 200x140cm mattress, clothing rack, 2 x large suitcases. 1 x small suitcase, 6 foldable chairs, one small coffee table, small tv and cupboard, 4 x book shelves (1 foldable), small kitchen table, child?s high chair, 20 book boxes, 15 regular boxes, 5 boxes for kitchen gear, 6 pictures, 2 mirrors, steps and pillows.
Both addresses have stairs. I’m moving from 1 floor to 2 floor apartment. There is easy access in front of both flats.”

Moving from New Jersey to Ireland
(Quotation date: 04/11/2017 11:51:49)
“1 Double Bed, 1 Dresser with stool, 1 Wardrobe, 1 Dining Table with 8 chairs, 1 TV Cabinet, 1 Sofa set with 1 three seater and 2 two seaters. And some boxes of toya and clothes. We need service of unassembling furniture in Dubai, packing, shipping by sea to Miami and assembling of furniture in Miami. We do not require storage. Please email your best quote.”

Moving from New Jersey to Ireland
(Quotation date: 04/15/2017 09:11:56)
“I need to send some small articles to Poland. I am selling everything else I only need a crate of about 2x2m for my books and other nitty gritty’s”

Tips for moving from New Jersey to Ireland

Tip 1: M. Larson moved to Dublin 2 Years ago
You do need a work permit to be legally employed. If you were at a University and in Ireland on a student visa you are allowed to work 20 or so hours a week. I teach part time at a University here in Dublin and we get lots of American students who do just that while taking their year/term abroad.”

Tip 2: P. Kelly moved to Belfast 2 years ago
“My recommendation, if you can afford it, would be to come over to Europe for a month or two and just get to know it. Come to Ireland, then spend some time in London, then take the Eurostar over to Paris and spend a week or so. Don’t worry about the job thing yet – first you need to focus on getting a feel for it, I think.”

Tip 3: R. Gerry moved to Dun Laoghaire 9 months ago
“Use a moving company that you trust. This website is very handy for finding a number of international movers. The companies that contacted us were really willing to help sort out what we need to take. The quality of the move was high and all of them offered us extra services which we needed. Nothing was broken during the move so we think it was a really good job.”

Tip 4: N. Fitzgerald moved from New Jersey to Dublin Ireland 13 months ago
“When you hire professional movers, do your research and hire good ones that are bonded or have some kind of insurance. I would rather have no movers at all rather than poor quality ones. “

Tip 5: C Orlan moved from New Jersey to Wicklow 6 months ago
“I would strongly advise you to have a job lined up BEFORE you come here. Google ’employment agency+ Ireland’, and go online. When you get here, go to the local Garda or police station, and ask them how to get registered as a resident. You’ll need to take a birth certificate, and your passport.”

 

Tips for obtaining your visa for your move to Ireland

Tip 1: T. Farland moved from New Jersey to Limrick 12 months ago “There was a lot of paperwork and research to do for figuring out if I qualified to live in Ireland. I decided to use a professional service that could process my paperwork and help me qualify for my green card. It was worth paying a little extra for it.”

Tip 2:P. Tailman Moved 2 years ago
“Here’s my advice for newcomers. Move into a property here so you have an address and are living here. Once you have an IE address here, you can apply for a ppsn# Once you have the ppsn# you can open a bank account and pass it to the landlord and apply for appropriate permits.”

Tip 3: L. Acron moved from New Jersey to Ireland 8 months ago
Intl movers took care of everything so my move really was really not bad at all. I am happy here in Ireland. I love this country, it is now my home. I strongly advise anyone coming to try and have a job lined up before you arrive. Finding work can sometimes be more difficult than the move itself.

No cost, no obligation

Comparing the costs from international moving companies can really save money. The great thing about using Intlmovers is that when you request quotes, you are not obligated to select any of them should they not be what you need. You can submit a request confidently knowing that your request is both cost free, and obligation free!