Relocation Support Services

Moving yourself and your family members to another country can be a nerve-wracking experience. You are going to want to be focused on getting to know your sponsoring employer, and to quickly getting started in your new job when you arrive here in the United States.

But there are still a myriad number of decisions to make that will each have a lasting impact on your day-to-day life, and on your family members, aside from the work you will be doing once you arrive in the United States:

What happens when my plane arrives in the United States?

How will I find my way to work for the first time to meet my new employer?

Where should I live?

Where are the best schools for my children?

Where are the best neighborhoods for my family to live?

How will I get to work? Will my spouse need to have their own car?

How do I open a bank account in the United States?

How will I get my Social Security Card? My driver’s license?

How can I set-up an account with a cell phone provider? With an internet service provider?

Is having an established credit rating important? What if I don’t have one yet?

What if my spouse also wants to get a job; can you help me with that?

Is cable T.V. easy to get? What about utility services where I will be living?

Are there any ethnic grocery stores in my area that will have the food items I like to buy?

These and many other details about your daily life can add to the stress of planning for and relocating to another country, particularly with your family, on a permanent resident basis.

To make your transition as smooth and seamless as possible, we provide a suite of post-immigration transitional support services to assist you with a wide range of the necessities concerning your arrival and your daily life once you and your family have arrived here.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you and your family members with the many important decisions you must make once you are ready to immigrate to the United States.