In a previous post we talked about the importance of finding at least one good reason to relocate abroad, which will very soon become your main motivation towards this adventure.
So we can now assume you’re 100% convinced about moving to another country and that your reason is a really good one to support your decision.
That’s a great starting point, but there are still a few questions left to ask yourself before making it happen. And today’s one is: How will you do it?
It may be that you decide to do it all by yourself because you have some extra time or like to retain control. Or you may prefer to trust a specialised company to do it for you, hoping they will save you some time and worries. Be as it may, you need to decide…
… and to take action! This means that if you are doing it by yourself, you’ll need to do as much research as possible, getting in touch with the required authorities to do the paperwork and asking others for settling in help. If you are hiring the services of a third party to do it for you, you first need to research and compare various companies, including: prices, flexibility of the service they offer, and quality of the attention received. This is actually a vital step if you opted for this route, and it can definitely affect how easy and pain-free the rest of the process is.
In both cases, allow yourself enough time before the big day comes, as relocating abroad usually takes longer than expected. Planning is definitely a win-win situation.
If you need some advice with this, we would be pleased to hear from you on 0333 220 7947. A no-obligation chat with our advisors can speed things up for you.