Decided to move to another country? This is the Guide for you.
In this first extensive Smoovster Master Guide, you will find out how to:
Decide on the perfect location for you
Take care of all the paper work
Find a house you enjoy living in
Find a job you love
Make the packing short and sweet
Inform yourself properly about the education, healthcare, insurance, bank, transportation, telecommunications, utilities
Very valuable Bonus: Be on top of your budget at all times
…and many more
You’ll be accompanied by:
Detailed and comprehensive explanations
Extensive and user-friendly checklists
Easy move tracking exercises
Real stories and useful tips from immigrants who’ve moved abroad successfully
Very useful and country-specific online resources
… all in this first Master Guide of the Smoovster series.
Use this Guide to avoid expensive mistakes, save time with your planning and get rid of your stress and overwhelm. Enjoy the feeling of having everything in grip and… simply become the expert of your move, for you, your family and anyone around you who wants to move!
Targeted Age Group:: 20-55
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
In 2013, I moved to Canada and this is was one of the hardest, but at the same time most enriching experience of my life. Overwhelmed by the logistical preparation of the move, underestimating the emotional impact of being away from family and starting from scratch in a new and unknown culture, I understands at the deepest level the challenges of an international move, away from one’s home country.
This is why I created the Smoovster program: to support people moving to a new country have a smooth move, from all perspectives: administrative, logistical, financial, social, mental and emotional. Enjoy a thorough, yet user-friendly and empathetic guidance in the most complete Guide you’ll find on moving to another country.
Let's do this!
Excerpt from Chapter 1: Location, The Right Country, City, Neighborhood for You
The decision about where you will live is probably the
most important decision of all, because it influences all the
subsequent aspects. This is why it is important to use the
principle when choosing your new home: do it right the
first time. Make an informed decision from the get-go to
avoid a potential relocation in the future. Be advised that
this part might require the most intense research of the entire
process. But once you’ve made the decision of where
to move and are confident about it, you’ve already streamlined
Let’s make this big decision together!
The decision about the location is more granular than
you’ve probably expected, as it implies:
You probably have one or several countries in mind. Furthermore,
choosing the city is important, because even two
cities in the same country can be very different. For example,
Frankfurt compared to Cologne (Germany), or Toronto
compared to Vancouver (Canada), are definitely not
Going even deeper, the neighborhood where you decide to have a mid- to long-term
home will additionally influence your day-to-day experience. Before actually choosing
a place to live, be mindful of the characteristics of the neighborhood, such as demographics,
proximity to different facilities, transport connections. In larger cities, neighborhoods
are their own micro-environment: the pricier one, the more ‘dangerous’ one,
the City Center, the kid-friendly one, or even neighborhoods where a specific population
is predominant (e.g. Italian, Chinese, Indian or Greek neighborhoods).
But how do I choose?
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