Moving to New Jersey
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Moving to New Jersey
No matter where you need to make an international move from, Intlmovers can help with international moving quotes for moves to New Jersey. Across the USA, international moving companies promote their moving services for all types of commercial and domestic moves. When you are moving to (or from) New Jersey, this can be the first easy step towards saving money and time!
There are no costs associated with submitting a moving quotation request. You only need a couple of minutes to elect your moving location and complete the simple request form. Your details are sent to up to six moving companies who focus on the international move specifications that you selected. They will contact you directly with their international moving quote. You can be sure to receive a quote that is specific to your international moving needs.
Cost free, obligation free
In addition to this being a completely free service, the quotes that you receive for your New Jersey move are completely obligation free. That means that if you are not happy with any or all of the quotes that you receive back, you are under no obligation to accept any of them. This makes it easy for you to compare prices and services that are available for your move, without any pressure.
How to use Intlmovers.com for your New Jersey move
- Choose where you are moving to and from on the menu.
- Complete the simple online form in minutes.
- Multiple movers will contact you within one business day.
Why you should use Intlmovers.com for your international removal to New Jersey
- The movers have years of experience with removals to New Jersey
- Avoid the stress and let the movers do the hard work
- They have contacts in New Jersey which can make your removal cheaper
About moving to New Jersey
New Jersey is the most densely populated of the 50 US states. It covers an area of 8,700 square miles (22,600 square kilometres) and has a population of nearly 9 million people. The capital city of New Jersey is Trenton, but the largest city is Newark. The state of New Jersey is broken down in to 21 counties.
Climate of New Jersey
Summers in New Jersey are mostly hot and humid, with the average temperature in July around 82°F (28°C). The winter months are cold, with a January average of 38°F (3°C). However, it is not unusual for temperatures to go below freezing for short periods. Rainfall falls uniformly throughout the year, with a monthly average of around 50 inches. Snowfall during the winter season can vary across the regions, but averages around 12 inches in the south, to 17 inches in central and north eastern areas. Due to the humid summers, thunderstorms are not uncommon during these months.
Cost of living in New Jersey
The cost of living in New Jersey is very high, and is reported to be 30% higher than the US national average. Residents of New Jersey who have high paid positions in nearby New York City are better off than many workers in New Jersey, who are trying to balance lower incomes with increased costs.
New Jersey has seven tax brackets ranging from 1.4% to 8.9%, with sales tax applicable to nearly all retails sales is a standard 7%. New Jersey is commonly regarded as being the highest taxed state in the USA. Ironically it is also considered to be the state that has the largest disparity in giving and receiving of federal taxes.
The economy in New Jersey is focused around the pharmaceutical industry, financial industry and telecommunications. Agriculturally, New Jersey is a major producer of blueberries, cranberries and spinach.
Visa requirements for New Jersey
Regardless of where you are arriving from, always check with your local embassy for the exact visa requirements for your arrival in New Jersey. Arriving with the incorrect paperwork at customs can cause you all sorts of issues so it is best to be prepared beforehand and ensure that you have everything in order.
Whilst moves to New Jersey are likely to be for a longer period, it is handy to be aware of the Visa Waiver Program in the USA. This means that if you are a passport holder from any of 36 qualifying countries, you may enter the USA without a visa for a period of up to 90 days. Qualifying countries under this program include Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Ireland, Japan, Singapore and a number of other European countries.
When moving to New Jersey for a longer period, you will need to arrange either an immigrant or non-immigrant visa. If you are planning on relocating to the USA permanently, then the immigrant visa is required. For temporary stays, you can apply for the non-immigrant visa. and you should ensure that you have the following documents to arrange one:
- 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 – birth certificate (and marriage certificate, if applicable)
- Financial support – proof of ability to support yourself financially
- Medical forms – medical checks and vaccinations
Always check with your local embassy for the exact visa requirements for your specific situation for staying in the USA, no matter where in the world you are arriving from. It can save you a lot of stress and problems later on to be sure that you have the most up to date information regarding immigration rules and visa regulations.
Moving from New Jersey
The moving companies on Intlmovers are professionals, who often offer specialization in specific services or fields. If you are moving from New Jersey you can request free moving quotes from the best international moving companies from New Jersey.
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.