Starting and building a new life abroad.

Your experiences abroad depend mainly on the country you choose to move to. With global work on the rise, people are leaving their comfort zone, and families, in search of better opportunities. They are packing up and moving abroad. Regardless, these things push one to grow, learn and explore while fully stepping into their life purpose.

Nordic countries have been ranked as one of the best countries to live in, with a high happiness index, the lowest crime rates, and values rooted in equality, justice, and equal rights. These are some of the best countries to move to and live as a woman. They also ranked high in well-balanced work life and relatively well-paying jobs.

While you will find beautiful nature to soak and immerse yourself in, you can live a very active life as there are multiple places to go sightseeing, hiking, and climbing; spending time outdoors is part of their DNA.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can i move abroad

We offer you a step to step guide to maximize your move-abroad options.

Can I live in Finland /Norway/Sweden if I only speak English?

The answer is yes; most people can speak English in these countries; however, the knowledge of the local language is vital to make it easier to navigate and access the information you might otherwise miss due to miscommunication.

What should I avoid while living abroad?

Breaking the law comes on top of the list.

Can you help me plan my trip

Yes, we can help plan your trip, but we charge money for this service. Over the years, working as a student, travel, and living abroad consultant, we have prepared a lot of trips and created many itineraries

What I need to know when I move abroad

Register yourself with immigration

If you plan to live in that specific country for over three months, you must register with the local authorities. Regardless if you already have a student, work visa, or any other kind of visa. After this, you can receive a D or social security number, which you will need to open a bank account, register a cell phone number, and work legally.

Get your documents in order

When you move to another country, there will be paperwork. While some paperwork might need you to deliver personally, most can be uploaded online. Some other documents that you should have on hand are:

  • Birth certificate or adoption papers
  • Child custody papers
  • Divorce papers
  • Drivers license
  • Marriage certificate
  • Medical/Dental records
  • School records

Understand the new transportation system

You might be required to buy a transport card or download an app to buy one. Or better yet, buy a bicycle that is a good idea to help you explore your area.

Get a job if you don’t already have one

Finding a job can be challenging if you do not already have a job, especially if you need help knowing where to start. Finding the local website where jobs are posted is a good place to start.

Find a local supermarket

As soon as you arrive in a new country or city, it’s good to find the cheapest supermarket in your area. Then, you’ll know what is expensive and cheap when shopping for products and find shops with products from your home country that you might miss in the big supermarket.

Explore the areas closest to you

Once you’ve arrived in your new city, look around one of the towns nearby. You’ll have access to free libraries and even free internet in many of them—local markets, second-hand shops, parks, walking trails, and hangout bars and restaurants.

Immerse yourself in the local culture and language

I know it’s challenging to learn a new language every time you move to a new country, but if you plan to live there, it’s good to know a few basic words and phrases. At the very least, this will make your life easier, and the locals always appreciate it.
And, finally, by meeting new people and making friends with locals! This will be a great place to start learning their way of life as you share your culture too.

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