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Moving from New York to Ireland

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Moving from New York to Ireland

You can save money on international moving costs when moving from New York 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, but they are also obligation free. You should only accept a quote if it meets your needs.

Value of moving companies to Ireland

The international moving companies that promote their services on Intlmovers can offer you both peace of mind as well as quality of service. 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.com.

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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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About moving from New York to Ireland

International moving companies help people relocate with moves from New York to Ireland every day. The island of Ireland is the third largest in Europe, which is politically divided in to the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom.

Ireland is often fondly referred to as the Emerald Isle due to its picturesque sweeping dark green hills. In fact, the color green is generally associated with Ireland in general. Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, where the national holiday celebrated on the anniversary of his death on 17th March.

There are a number of different types of visas for travelling to and staying in the USA. The type that you need to apply for will depend upon your reason for going to the USA. These include examples such as being married to a US citizen or if you are travelling under an employer sponsorship. There are also special visas for students and professional athletes, as well as for artists and performers. In order to apply, the following documents are required:

Ireland is often fondly referred to as the Emerald Isle due to its picturesque sweeping dark green hills. In fact, the color green is generally associated with Ireland in general. Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, where the national holiday celebrated on the anniversary of his death on 17th March.

Ireland is broken in to four provinces: Ulster, Leinster, Munster and Connaught. The capital city of the Republic of Ireland is Dublin. The city and county of Dublin has a population of close to 1.2 million people, making it the largest city in the country. Cork is the second largest city with a population of around 200,000 people.

The official languages of the Republic of Ireland are English and Irish (Gaelic), which is one of the 23 recognized official languages of the European Union.

Visa requirements when moving to Ireland

Nationals of the EEA (European Economic area) do not require a visa when moving to Ireland. The EEA essentially includes all EU (European Union) countries, along with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.

UK (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland) citizens do not require a passport or a visa to enter Ireland but they do require valid photo ID.

Nationals of Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the USA do not require a visa for staying in Ireland for a period of up to 90 days, but they must ensure that their passport is valid for period up to at least the date of their intended time of stay.

People arriving in Ireland who wish to stay for longer than 90 days must register with their local Garda Registration Officer. They need and apply for further permission to remain before the initial leave to enter approval has expired. The main reasons for obtaining permission to stay most commonly include the purpose of employment, study, operating a business or as a dependent family member of an Irish or EEA national living in Ireland.

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.

The cost of living is calculated using a base of 13 main consumer areas and comparing them to other locations. In the areas of alcohol, tobacco, communication, furniture, appliances, healthcare, recreation and dining out, the cost of living came out higher than average. The costs of clothing were considered to be low compared to other places. Grocery costs were considered to be in line with the average.

Certainly, costs of living vary considerably depending on where you are in Ireland, your lifestyle and how you choose to live. The cost of housing has fluctuated dramatically with the recent economic downtown across most of Europe. With any property purchase, the overall value is based on location, size and condition.

Most people who live in the USA request moving quotes from California, New York 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 York to Ireland
(Quotation date: 03/29/2012 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 York to Ireland
(Quotation date: 04/11/2012 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 toys 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 York to Ireland
(Quotation date: 04/15/2012 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 York to Ireland

Tip 1: F. Pebbles moved from New York to Ireland one year ago
It is funny that I have seen more of people since I moved here as everyone has made it a good excuse to come for a visit. My advice is to get accommodation with a spare room to allow for your visitors!

Tip 2: T. Eddie moved from New York to Ireland nine months ago
Do your research early on so you get have your plan ready. If you do a little investment in the early stages, it will make it much less stressful when the move comes.

Tip 3: M. Jones moved from New York to Ireland six months ago
It turned out that the move itself was the easiest part of the whole exercise. I found being away from my friends really difficult and so joining some social clubs when I arrived really helped me start to feel at home.

Tip 4: M. David moved from New York to Ireland four months ago
I started cleaning out my cupboards and giving away things to friends and family. Some things you want to take with you, but others I knew I was going to rebuy when I arrived rather than spend money on shipping heavy items that I wanted to replace anyway.

Tip 5: T. Sunny moved from New York to Ireland eight weeks ago
The movers that I found were really invaluable when it came to offering friendly advice about my move. I would definitely recommend people making the best use of the information that they can provide so easily to you.


Tips for obtaining your visa for your move to Ireland

Tip 1: K. Menzies moved from New York to Ireland one year ago Arranging my visa took longer than I expected, so I would definitely tell people to allow as much time as possible to allow for any delays and give you a bit of extra breathing space.

Tip 2: M. Harold moved from New York to Ireland ten months ago
I contacted my local embassy to make sure that I had understood the requirements correctly. Sure, I read as much as could find online but I just wasn’t sure how completely up to date the information was.

Tip 3: W. Randwick moved from New York to Ireland six months ago
Getting the right paperwork ready for my situation was a little trickier as I didn’t have them immediately to hand. Had I known earlier I could have been better prepared so it was definitely better for me to have done a little investigating earlier.

Tip 4: S. Nancy moved from New York to Ireland four months ago
I decided to get professional assistance to jump through the hoops and get things expedited quickly. It cost a little extra but it saved me a lot of time and I feel confident that everything was processed correctly.

Tip 5: D. Fox moved from New York to Ireland six weeks ago
Being able to check all the options out online was really useful. It is worth doing a little research on the internet beforehand to know what to expect

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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