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Moving to USA

Interdell - International Mover offers international mobility service to any part of the United States such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Boston, Seattle, Washington DC and many more cities. Our service is always door to door. Our crew at destination will take care of the entire process from customs and clearance to final delivery to your residence 


Moving to USA can be both an exciting and daunting process. The United States is one of the most powerful countries in the world in terms of politics, economics and trade. The cost of living in many cities within the country is relatively low and the majority of people who are based there find that they have a very comfortable standard of life. The US Dollar remains one of the strongest and most influential currencies in the world and it is this that has helped the country out of past economic slumps. The sheer size of the USA in comparison to its population means that there is an abundance of land. Many people make use of this by constructing their own houses outside the city.

Living in USA as an expat

Living in America as an expat can be a life changing experience. It is a popular expat destination and is one of the most multi-cultural countries in the world with large communities of Mexican, Spanish, Italian, African American, Puerto Rican, Indian and Chinese communities. It attracts students from all over the world as well as trainee doctors, surgeons, dentists and lawyers.

Real estate in the United States is relatively low when compared with other developed countries but expats do find that prices are higher in the major financial cities such as New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco.


If you are moving to USA for a long time, it is important that you have full and comprehensive medical insurance, not just holiday cover. You may be refused treatment without it and you do not want to run the risk of getting thousands of dollars into debt because you cut some corners.

Visa and required permits

The biggest challenge expats will find when they attempt to find work in the US is to gain an appropriate work visa. The current unemployment levels in the USA make obtaining such a visa even more difficult and you will generally only be able to work in the US if you have already established sponsorship and a job. If your goal is to study at one of the Universities in the USA you can apply for a student Visa for the time you will studie. 

Visa for both work and study must be applied for at the US Embassy. It can take up to 1 year before it is approved.


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