How to Move to Italy from the United States
Most prefer Italy because of the food and the lifestyle, we are talking of immigrating to Italy from USA. When you consider moving to Italy, there are certain things to keep in mind, such as would you be able to cope with the culture and lifestyle to what you are now accustomed to, do you have a job there, would you be able to communicate with the common folks around?
To help you with this we have also brought in some points on how to choose international movers who can make you transition to the Italian life a smooth one, unless of course you decide on a DIY concept. Italy is known for its food, culture, people and the weather, not to forget for the good looking men and women as well. You would need an Italian visa if you plan to stay there for more than 3 months at a stretch. If you plan on moving to Italy from USA, then you would not have to run for a visa as long as you are there for business or pleasure and for a limited period, otherwise get one!!
Also while you go through the confusing rules and regulations of the Italian visa, make sure you contact as many overseas movers as possible to help you with estimates and bids. Choose the one you feel suits and matches up to your expectations. But do the choosing only when you have completed a background check on the international movers team. For that you would need to get references from them, remember the well reputed ones in business would provide you the details without any further questions.
Finally make sure the international movers deliver your good to the Italian shores before you reach. If there is a vehicle or a car you would be taking to Italy, you would need to get it compliant with the Italian standards of automation and vehicles, so check with that as well when you consider moving to Italy.
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