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Moving from New Jersey to the Philippines

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Moving from New Jersey to the Philippines

You can save money on international moving costs when moving from New Jersey to the Philippines. 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 the Philippines.

Obligation free international moving quotes

By recruiting an international moving company to help you with your move you can save yourself a lot of time and stress. Planning 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. They are obligation free. You should only accept the quote that works best for you.

Value of moving companies to the Philippines

The international moving companies that promote their services on Intlmovers offers you outstanding moving services and a years of experience on moving to the Philippines. You are entrusting your valuable goods with a company. So you want to be confident that they will arrive safe and in the same condition. Intlmovers companies have expert knowledge in international moving and will get you moved safely to the Philippines.

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 New Jersey to the Philippines

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

About moving from New Jersey to the Philippines

Who does not sometimes dream about spending the rest of their life in a tropical beach paradise sitting under coconut trees? The Philippines is a country with over 7000 islands, plenty of beaches and friendly people. The cost of living is cheap and you can easily make a living there, even on a low budget.

The Republic of the Philippines is a sovereign country that lays in Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean. It’s the second-largest archipelago in the world. The Philippines is a postcard perfect tropical island dream. Includes a string of coral-fringed islands strewn across a vast expanse of the western Pacific. Many people upon their first visit do not want to return home. It’s considered one of the most tourist friendly places in the world.

It’s not only the lure of living in a tropical paradise that makes the Philippines an attractive location. Also the booming job market for those skilled in medical research or the pharmaceuitical industry is. More than thirty of the top global pharmaceuitical companies have moved their manufacturing and research facillties to the Philippines. The future for Pharma jobs will continue to rise as the current governing administration in the Philippines has invested heavily in its expansion of medical research and advanced surgical facillites. The Philippines has become an affordable solution for those seeking low cost medical treatment or surgery that is either unaffordable or unavailable in their own country.

About the Philippines

The climate of the Philippines is a combination of tropical rainforest, tropical savanna or tropical monsoon, or humid subtropical. There are two seasons in the year the wet season and the dry season which is only measure by the two differences in rainfall. The seven warmest months are April to October with May as the hottest month of the year. Average temperature is 80°F throughout the year.

The country receives regular rain and monsoons during May through October and can receive as much as 197 inches of rainfall. Because of the extreme humidity it can often make the temperature feel hotter than it is. The Philippines also sits astride the typhoon belt,.The country can have an annual onslaught of dangerous storms from July through October that mostly strike only the North Eastern side of the country near the Luzon and the Bicol and Eastern Visayas regions.

Medical information

The quality of health care is quite good however family doctors are a bit difficult to come by in the Philippines and getting an appointment can take some time. There are a few medical insurance carriers you can apply for if you opt for medical coverage. For a doctor’s visit you need to pay upfront yourself, and then file for the insurance to reimburse you. Health care is very inexpensive. You may consider paying out of pocket to avoid heavy insurance costs and leave a reserve for emergency situations. General US medical Insurance is not accepted in the Philippines. Drugs can be purchased without a prescription, with very few exceptions.

Vaccinations

With the tropical climate in the Philippines, it is advised that you bring all your vaccinations up to date before you leave.

  1. A yellow fever or typhus vaccination certificate is mandatory from travelers over 1 year of age or older arriving within 6 days from infected areas.
  2. A cholera vaccination certificate is not a required for entry to the Philippines, but cholera is a huge risk in this country and it is advised to take preventitive measures.
  3. Vaccination against typhoid is strongly advised.
  4. Malaria risk exists throughout the year in lower elevations, except in the Provinces of Bohol, Catanduanes, Cebu and Manila. No risk is considered to exist in urban areas or in the plains. The malignant falciparum strain is present and is reported to be resistant to chloroquine.

Visa requirements

American citizens who are traveling to the Philippines for business and tourism purposes are allowed to enter the Philippines without visas if their stay is under 21 days. If you would like to extend your stay then all you have to do is apply for an extension and pay the appropriate fees or you can leave the country for a day and return and stay an additional 21 days. For $60 you can hop over to Singapore for a day and return. If you plan on a longer term stay or move then applicants for visitor’s visas or resident visas should apply at the Philippine Embassy or Consulate near their place of residence before you leave to the Philippines. It will save you both time and money. If you need to renew a visa or extend a visa while you are in the Philippines, all you have to do is simply apply and pay the appropriate fees and you can do this at the Immigration Offices in Manila, Cebu and Davao City. It may cost you 1-2 days time to process the visa or pay an expediter to clear your visa in one hour. These types of services cost you a bit more.

Visa fees:

 

  • Single entry valid for three months USD 30.00
  • Multiple entry valid for six months USD 60.00
  • Multiple-entry valid for twelve months USD 90.00

Another way to get a permanent residence visa for the Philippines is the Retirement Visa or SRRV Visa. This visa does not depend on whether you are married to a Filipino citizen or not, like the 13A Visa but it is based on making a money deposit in an accredited Philippine bank. You just need to set up the bank account with the deposit as follows and report your deposit verification with your visa application.

After the application is submitted, it may take several weeks or even few months before you will finally receive your Resident Visa. Your first Resident Visa will be granted for only one year. After one year you’ll have to submit another application and the visa then will be good for 10 years.

There are four groups who may apply for the SRRV Visa:

There are basically four groups of people who may apply for the SRRV Visa:

Visa Information

There are certain visas available for people of certain ages or are retired and make deposits into a Philippine Bank account. You sometimes need to show proof of retirement payments and must have a certain level of retirement allowances per month. You can check with the Philippine immigration service for more details on qualification for a special visa with deposit or retirement requirements

Cost of living in the Philippines

The cost of living in the Philippines is very low. Many people that have relocated to the Philippines have claimed their entire average monthly expenses icluding utillties and food are below $700 US per month for two people. The average price for a house or apartment can range between $50- $200 outside of the major cities. A spacious high quality condominium can run between $250 -$ 350 in the major cities. If you have a wider budget around $1200 a month you can live like a king. But it is all relative to what currency you are salaried or if you are financing your living independently because the average salary in the Philippines is $200 to $300 a month.

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 the Philippines
Quotation date: 5/22/2017 21:34:09
1 Bedroom Apartment. Only 20 boxes of following format: 24″(L) x 18″(W) x 18″(H)

Moving from New Jersey to the Philippines
Quotation date: 5/22/2017 06:06:23
“2 Bedroom Apartment. Furniture, 60-80 boxes, fragile items include 3 plasma TVs, paintings, etc.”

Moving from New Jersey to the Philippines
Quotation date: 5/22/2017 08:30:24
“Move size: 4 Bedroom House.No furniture but all small kitchen appliances and crockery. Pictures and soft furnishings approx 6 boxes of books and clothes.”

Tips for moving from New Jersey to the Philippines

Tip 1: M. Devoriac moved to Davaos 2 Years ago
“Things you must consider when moving to the Philippians: Clothes – It’s hard to find tall sizes in the Philippines. 2. I would bring a can opener, I could not find a “high-quality” can opener. They never lasted more than two or three weeks and didn’t work well. 3. Bed sheets and towels 4. Bring a laptop or computer the prices in the Philippines are very high for electronics due to import tariffs.”

Tip 2: M. Samson moved to the Philippines 2 years ago
“Large condos are typical expat housing if you have no kids. No need to worry about security, just get to know the guards and staff in your building well and they will look out for you. Furnished housing adds far more to your cost than the cost of shipping stuff, so if you are staying more than a year consider going for an unfurnished rental.”

Tip 3: S. Galvin moved to the Philippines 9 months ago
“Get some help if you have never moved internationally before. Trying too hard to find the cheapest price may not always give you the best service and ends up costing you more hassle and money than you think you saved. It’s no good if your goods get stuck in customs because your carrier did not file the proper paperwork and it cost you additional money. I used Intlmovers and good a good price and I got some help processing the paperwork. All in a nutshell, it saved me a lot of time

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!

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