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Be it the fresh air, the beautiful landscapes or the high living standards, Australia constantly ranks as a top destination in the minds of many immigration hopefuls. You might also be among these hopefuls, and perhaps, even got to the point where you only need to move to the country next. That said, the moving process is hardly anything easy – even if you have to look only after yourself! Here are some useful tips to keep in mind when dealing with boxes, documents, flights and every other thing about the moving process!
- Keep copies of your documents – there will hardly be any migration agent who won’t warn you time and time again to get a number of copies of your documents. From the passport to your birth certificate, there are a few important documents that can easily spell trouble for you if they get lost, and even if losing them won’t be something irreversible (you can have them remade at the embassy or other authorities for a specific fee and quite a bit of your energy and time), it can be very frustrating to deal with lost documents amidst everything else. Generally, you will be advised to have the originals with you (or in a safe if you stay at a hotel or likewise), have photocopies (which you are meant to have on hand and another set for a friend or family member to keep back at home), and finally, a set of scan as well to be on the safe side.
- Medicine and prescriptions – the best migration agent Adelaide will also warn you about the medicines and prescriptions. If you are amongst the lucky people who have no medical prescriptions at all to worry about, then you can safely skip this point. However, if you have any specific medicine you take in the long term, optical or dental prescriptions, etc. you should have files and writings from your regular doctors, as well as extra doses of medicine to ensure they last whilst you settle down and find another doctor in your locality.
- Sort out your local accounts, subscriptions and plans – from phone and bank accounts to insurance plans, there must certainly be a number of services you have made use of back in your home country. It would be advisable to go through all these services and have them terminated before you leave the country – or you might easily accrue unsuspected debits whilst you are away.
- Sort out your living situation in Australia as much as possible – there will naturally be certain things that you won’t be able to sort out unless you are in Australia itself, but there also are several things you can figure out beforehand. Do everything that you can do while you are in your home country, so as to decrease the issues you will run into.
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