There are many reasons for moving from Germany to England. London in particular offers attractive career prospects in a wide range of industries. We arrange your move to England safely and professionally.
The Brexit has certainly made many things more difficult, but we still have the authorization to continue moving in England.
Moving to another country is even more challenging than a normal move. In addition to formalities, all the moving work such as packing, assembly and disassembly, loading and unloading, as well as transportation and introduction still need to be done. Choosing a comprehensive moving service is certainly the best alternative to move as stress-free and seamless as possible. At Geuer, we offer a reputable international furniture moving service. Discuss with your personal moving consultant what work should be done by our professionals and whether you would like to handle some of the tasks yourself. Of course, our moving experts are also happy to take care of the complete moving preparations including the execution. The team of our moving company works professionally and efficiently.
Our removal services also include planning the transport route. It is done either by sea via ferry or by car train through the Eurotunnel. Your moving consultant will choose the optimal route. Customs duties do not apply on entry. In case you move into a furnished apartment in London first, our moving company will take care of the storage of your currently not needed household goods. Of course, our experienced movers will also take care of the proper disposal.
Once you have arrived in London, there are no further formalities to be taken care of. There is neither a legal obligation to register, nor do you have to apply for a work permit or a residence permit. However, an official residence permit is quite helpful if you want to settle permanently in London. If you have already signed an employment contract, use it to apply for the National Insurance Number in order to be registered in the state social security system.
London, the capital of Great Britain, is located in an exposed position on the Thames estuary in the south of England. Greater London, home to 14 million people, is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world. Great Britain has a distinct colonial past. Over time, many people from the former colonies have settled in the country. This is particularly noticeable in London. The population structure of the city is colorfully mixed. Also, many historic buildings bear witness to the splendor and power of this era. Nevertheless, London has evolved into a multifaceted, trendy metropolis. Today, London is a globally important financial and economic center. However, this development also has its downsides. Life in London has become extremely expensive, to which the exorbitant development on the real estate market has contributed in particular.
Our moving guide has further valuable tips for you, and the to-do list reminds you of timely notices of termination, registration, deregistration and reregistration with public offices or insurance companies. Important to know: Health care is largely free and is provided for every resident of England through the National Health Services. In England there is left-hand traffic, which certainly takes some getting used to. The official currency is the pound sterling.
Our experienced contact persons for private moves within Europe will be happy to advise you personally and will also take care of formalities and administrative procedures.