Hungary, located in Central Europe, is a country that prides itself on offering a high quality of living to its residents while providing a great deal of protection to its natural resources and environment. Hungary has been home to a number of different inventors whose inventions have served millions of consumers worldwide over the last two centuries, such as the first electric generator, Ford Model T and the first artificial vitamin C. Having overcome years as a communist country, Hungary currently has a Parliamentary Republic. Hungary’s economy is supported by a number of different industries, including tourism, renewable energy systems, luxury vehicles and technology. The currency in Hungary is the Forint (HUF), however, there has been talk that they will transition to the Euro like the majority of the countries in the European Union (which they are a part of). For now, the Forint still stands. If you have any questions regarding how and when to exchange your money for Hungarian currency, contact your relocations specialist at NY International Shipping. They can provide valuable insight into how to handle this matter efficiently. The official language in Hungary is Hungarian. If you do not already know Hungarian, NY International Shipping strongly suggests you study at least a few conversation phrases to make the transition after moving to Hungary as smooth and comfortable as possible.
Budapest is the capital of Hungary and it is split into two different sections—Buda and Pest. Buda contains 6 districts which tend to be more quiet and residential, while Pest contains 16 districts which vary from residential to urban and bustling. Because Hungary is a part of the European Union, citizens of other countries that belong to the European Union will not be required to obtain a visa prior to moving to Hungary, however, everyone else will. It is a good idea to consult your local Hungarian Consulate to discuss the different types of visas available. Once you have determined which visa best suits your purpose in moving to Hungary, it is a good idea to apply for your visa as soon as possible. Make sure you give yourself plenty of time as processing your visa can take quite a long time.
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Whether you’re moving to Hungary or any other international location, it is vital that you find an international moving company that you can trust to get your shipment there safely, soundly and in the same condition you shipped it. Unfortunately, there are many overseas moving companies that claim to be the best, but they fall short of what a REAL professional overseas moving company should look and act like. When looking for an overseas moving company, try to find one that looks similar to I Love Moving, an international moving company with over a decade of experience successfully relocating families, individuals and corporate employees from and to destinations all over the globe:
• Specialized overseas moving business with over a decade of experience relocating customers worldwide
• Licensed by the Federal Maritime Commission as a Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) as well as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
• FREE consultations with a relocation specialist to assist you in planning your move to Hungary
• Competitive rates in the industry
• Many referrals available to share from satisfied customers scattered across the globe
• Worldwide network of reliable shipping agents allows us to move clients smoothly from and to any location worldwide
• Dedicated staff of overseas moving professionals who hold excellent customer service as a top priority
• Exclusive ownership of a fully secured, environmentally-controlled warehouse facility available to clients who wish to store goods before or after moving to Bangladesh.
You also want to make sure that whichever company you choose is affiliated with the right organizations. I Love Moving is proud to be affiliated with or members of some of the following:
• Employee Relocation Council/Worldwide ERC®
• Foreign Commerce Club of New York
• IAM (International Association of Movers)
• NY/NJ Foreign Freight Forwarders & Brokers Association Inc.
• YP 25 (Young International Movers)
Whether you’re ready to move overseas now or planning on moving to Hungary in the future, I Love Moving would be more than happy to answer any of your questions and help you put your best foot forward on your quest to find the best overseas moving company.