It’s always worth doing some reading around the subject when it comes to moving to a new country. Publications such as ‘The Rough Guide to New Zealand’ may come in handy for insights into the country. The book is well known for its detailed maps and eye-catching photos, covering everything from the country’s iconic landmarks through to the more hidden gems of New Zealand.
A currency transfer company
Staring a new life in New Zealand will involve you transferring currency out of the UK to New Zealand. It can be a particularly time consuming and expensive aspect of staring a new life abroad. It’s well worth taking a look at and speaking to a currency transfer company as they will be able to advise on the process and, importantly, using a currency company will save you money as compared to using a bank to transfer the funds for you.
The country’s government website has a useful over view on immigration and visas and what can and can’t be brought into New Zealand. The moving experts at your chosen international moving company will be able to help you further with this and inform you of the specifics of what you’ll be able to import into the country and guide you through the documentation.
Your international moving company
Once you’ve researched a professional and experience international moving company to co-ordinate your move to New Zealand, you’ll find that they are a really useful resource. This will mostly be because they have performed the move countless times day in day out. Take a good look at their website as many will have top tips on the moving process and important information about the logistics of shipping abroad, such as ‘frequently asked questions’ and it’s worth looking at their blog posts. A professional international moving company will arrange to complete a pre-move survey either in-house or via a video link if you prefer. The surveyor will explain the removals process to you and you’ll be able to ask them questions about any concerns you have. Once you’ve booked the move with your chosen company, they should have a dedicated international moving team who will guide you through the requirements for all of the documentation that is involved in a move to New Zealand. These too will be a repository of information and will be happy to answer your questions.
For information on international removal services and for the opportunity to speak to someone about arranging an upcoming move, please give Burke Bros Moving Group a call on 01902 714555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d be only too happy to help.