When relocating to another country, always make sure you have International Medical Insurance so that you are covered for unexpected health contingencies.
When relocating to another country there are many things to be considered. Some things brought to your attention may be very obvious, while others may be almost completely overlooked.
Start as early as possible to get ready for relocating. As you can imagine there will be a lot of paperwork involved, and the longer you wait, the more of a chance you have of not reaching important deadlines. Gather all the family members visas, passports and any other travel documents and keep them in a safe place, organized and ready for travel.
International Medical Insurance
Although many people may not even think about this when traveling abroad, it is important to check with your insurance company and see if they will cover you after you relocate. In many situations you and your family will need to buy international medical insurance to cover you when in another country. Make sure you have medical records for you and your family and know what vaccinations are required to live in the new location.
Necessary Odds and Ends
Make sure you really research information for the country you are looking to relocate to. What kind of set-up do they have for banking? Can you continue to keep your bank account in your homeland or will it be easier to just have one in your new location? Will you still be able to vote in your homeland, if you are not living there anymore? Will you sell all of your belongings, keep things in storage, or ship them to your new location? Will you have a new address or have all your mail forwarded to you?
There are many things to think about, and it will seem overwhelming at times. Starting far in advance to ensure that all of these items are taking care of, will allow for a smooth process of relocating. Be proactive today, so that your trip can be as stress free as possible!