PSS International Removals Publishes Advice For UK Residents Considering Moving Abroad

PSS International Removals is helping UK citizens and students that are moving abroad on account of work, study, or major life events make the entire process smooth and stress-free. The company is regarded by many in the UK as their first choice for moving overseas.

The company’s CEO, Liam Witham, talks about the recent rise in people moving countries and, in many cases, even continents by saying, "Every January we see a significant increase in inquiries from people looking to move overseas in the coming year. This year, as the world begins to open up after the coronavirus pandemic, we have seen even more than usual. People are desperate to get on with their plans to shift base that had been stalled or postponed over and over again for the last couple of years. It is natural for people to be overwhelmed with the amount of work that is involved in making sure every item on their list is packed, shipped, and reaches its destination safely. If you are finding it difficult to keep up with the entire process, we have made available tons of resources on our website that should help guide you through it and make the transition to a new life effortless and hassle-free. You can check out our latest blog on the topic by heading over to the link:"

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The blog post starts with the recommendation to strengthen one's resolve about moving and to just go for it instead of delaying the inevitable to another calendar year. The blog post assures readers that the seemingly insurmountable challenges one faces while moving can be easily overcome and the end result will be worth it. One way to find the courage to go through with it is to focus on the positive reasons for moving and to imagine the welcome changes that moving to a new country will bring. However, it is also important to be aware that some things might not go the way you expect, and to power through the negative aspects of such a formidable logistics challenge while keeping the light at the end of the tunnel firmly in your vision.

One common slip-up mentioned in the blog that the company says it has noticed movers often make is to underestimate the complexity of the red tape that comes with moving between countries and not paying enough attention to the nuances of eligibility and immigration law. The visa application is the primary component of moving to another country and it is important to get it looked at by several knowledgeable folks to make sure one's documentation is rock solid. Finding work to support themselves once they land in the new country is another consideration that can make or break someone’s efforts to move. Movers should also put in ample research into figuring out where in the country they are most likely to find a living situation they can afford at a decent quality of life and where they can find others like them with they can find a potential support system. Finally, readers should consider making a familiarization visit to where they are moving to, to make the eventual permanent transition smoother.

Liam goes on to describe the value proposition of the blog post the company published by saying, "Moving abroad for the first time can be quite a challenge. I hope our guide can provide people with some useful tips to ensure their planning goes smoothly. The 12 important things that we have covered in it should take care of most major concerns and give you a head start in taking full control of your move. Once you have figured out the major aspects of moving to a new country, to wrap up your life in the UK, you should consider decluttering to clear out possessions that are not going to serve you in your new location, consider selling your house to get a financial boost and remove encumbering assets, cut ties with professional organizations and utility companies that have served you, and finally arrange a small get together with your loved family and friends to say goodbye to them."

Readers can find out more about the company’s robust international moving services by heading over to its website at


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Liam Witham
PSS International Removals
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