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Moving to Nebraska

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Moving to Nebraska

Whilst moving overseas can be an exciting task, the logistics can feel a little overwhelming. That is why it is a good idea to leave your international move to the experts. Enlist the help of a professional moving company who understand the best way of safely getting your personal and business goods from their departure point to their destination safely.

Obligation free quotes

Intlmovers offers you a quick and easy way to obtain obligation free quotes from up to six international moving companies. In just a few minutes, your request can be completed and it is automatically sent to the moving companies who fit your specific moving needs. They will respond to you directly, and you can easily compare the different offers.

Save money on moving costs

Comparing quotes is a good way to uncover the different options available to you for your international move. Intlmovers promotes companies who are experts in Nebraska moves, so that you can be sure of receiving professional and expert service. Whether you are moving to (or from) Nebraska, comparing quotes will help you save time and money for your international move.

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How to use Intlmovers.com for your Nebraska move

  1. Choose where you are moving to and from on the menu.
  2. Complete the simple online form in minutes.
  3. Multiple movers will contact you within one business day.

Why you should use Intlmovers.com for your international removal to Nebraska

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

About moving to Nebraska

The ‘cornhusker’ state of Nebraska is on the Great Plains of the mid western United States. It covers an area of over 77,000 square miles and has a population of just below two million people. The capital city is Lincoln which has a population of close to 260,000 people. The Missouri River runs through the largest city in the state, Omaha. The city of Omaha has a population of close to 410,000 people. 89% Of the cities in Nebraska have populations of no more than 3,000 people.

Climate of Nebraska
The eastern and western half of Nebraska experience quite different climates to each other. The east has a humid continental climate whereas the west has a semi arid climate. Whilst Montana has substantial differences in temperatures throughout the seasons, the overall temperatures experienced are quite consistent. Summers are generally hot and winters are cold.

The average rainfall experienced decreases as you head eastwards, decreasing from 32 inches to 14 inches. The entire state receives approximately 30 inches of snow per year. Thunderstorms are quite common, mostly during the spring and summer periods.

Cost of living in Nebraska
The state of Nebraska makes use of a personal income tax system that has a progressive scale. The state sales tax is 5.5% and some areas of the state also have their own local sales and use tax. Nebraska is an important contributor to corn, beef, pork, and soybean farming. In comparison to many other states, the unemployment level is relatively low in Nebraska.

The median household income is $48,000. The median housing cost in Nebraska is $120,000, but the median housing cost in the city of Lincoln is higher at $125,000. In general, the overall cost of living in Nebraska is lower than the national average. The cost of living in Lincoln is reported to be around 7% below the national average.

Visa requirements for Nebraska
When you are planning an international move to the USA, you will need to ensure you have the correct paperwork. There is a Visa Waiver Program in the USA. There are 36 participating countries that include Australia, New Zealand, Singapore as well as a number of European countries are able to visit the USA for a maximum of 90 days without the need of a visa.

Canadian and Mexican passport holders have other applicable rules, depending on their reason for travel to the USA.

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:

  • Passport – valid for at least 60 days beyond the expiry date of the immigrant visa
  • Photographs – 2 passport approved format photos
  • Application for Immigrant Visa and Alien Registration (DS-230 Part I & II)
  • Civil documents – these include birth and marriage certificates, etc
  • Financial support – proof that you can support yourself financially
  • Medical forms – confirming medical check and vaccinations

As with all forms of international travel, it is important that you check with your local authorities for the exact needs for your personal situation.

Experience of our moving companies

The moving companies on Intlmovers are professionals, who often offer specialization in specific services or fields. You do not have to worry about your property being damaged because they will ship it reliably and responsibly, so that your belongings arrive in unscathed and ready for you to start your new life in Nebraska.

Free of costs and obligations

Without any obligation, you will have the chance to compare quotes. This will save you time and money. You will receive a preselected list of 6 moving companies, which match your international moving and shipping requirements. By requesting and comparing quotes, you will find the perfect moving company for your relocation.

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