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ahzross posted Sporty family moving to Ny from the Uk on the United Kingdom forum on May 25, 2015:
Hi Hope you can help advise us. We're a looking to move to New York from the UK. We have 3 very sporty children that need clubs outside of school, including golf. Our children are 13,9 and 10 years old but it will be 2/3 years before we head out. Good schools are very important to us too, just want to give our children the best start in life. Ideally the suburbs outside of New York, to live, will suit us, but still with a vibrant community feel but plenty of green space outside. Is this feasible ? I would be very grateful of any advise offered as not sure which area to concentrate on. Kindest Regards Alex
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sftrny posted MOVING HOME: ELECTRICS FOR SALE on the United Kingdom forum on May 19, 2015:
After 1 year in the UK, we are moving home and have a lot of barely used electrics for sale on eBay. If you are interested, see them here: Hoover Turbo Power Upright Vacuum Cleaner Dell B1160w Wireless laser printer Counter Top Ice Maker Machine Nespresso Magimix Pixie coffee maker, silver aluminum Rowenta Compact Valet IS6200 Steamer Breville two slice Toaster – Black Russell Hobbs 18980 Desire 3-in-1 Hand Blender Tefal FV5370 AquaSpeed Steam Iron BT 7610 twin cordless phones NSA’UK SFC-300BP 12” Air Circulator Fan, Silver Two IKEA Rodd table lamps with 1 spare bulb Logik Clock radio with iPod and iPhone Dock LCRIP12 Samsung 40" H5500 Series 5 Smart Full HD LED TV
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willmoody30 posted London food tours - great way to get to know the city on the United Kingdom forum on May 15, 2015:
Hi guys, I am a Londoner loves to travel and one of the things I always do in a new place is go on a food tour. Great way to get to know the city and try some of it's best restaurants or similar. Anyway, inspired by this I will be running six tours of London's best burger joints over the next month or so. If you are new to the capital and want to discover some of it's hidden gems as well as meet other foodies then please come along. More details here -
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MAV2015 posted Relocation to the UK: Stockton-on-Tees on the United Kingdom forum:
Hello you all, I am publishing this post because I will be relocated to Stockton-on-Tees within the next month. I am travelling with my wife and my -at the time- two months old son. We are so excited about the idea and looking forward to move to the UK. But we still need to decide where are we going to live. I have visited Stockton before and everyone there has discouraged me of living there. We will follow my colleagues' advice. We would like to know closeby cities/towns roughly matching the following featurings: - Market town where we can get fresh fruit/vegetables on a regular basis. - No more than 20 minutes driving to Stockton-on-Tees downtown (city centre). Public transportation also desired. Most likely we will not own a car till next year. I know there is a lot of traffic on the North-South direction but not that much in the East-West. Could you confirm this? Which road/highway is the best? Which one is the worst? - Quite good for services such us schooling, health and so on. Our son is very young but in some months he will go to nursery school. Safety and security are also very important to us. - Not totally residential. We could not live in a place such us Ingleby Barwick. - Also we would like to know which places should be avoided. I have seen several chav's circles really scaring in Stockton/Middlesbrough. I have already checked Yarm but people in the office always talk about its expensiveness. Is it really that expensive? Looking forward to hear from you. Thank you very much for your invaluable help.
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familytolondon replied to the thread Urgent advice needed on UK childcare service for foreigners on the United Kingdom forum:
Nargis initially posted:
Hi everyone! I am from Tajikistan (Central Asia).I am intending to visit UK in June, 2015 for the purpose of studying for my Master Degree, which takes 2 years. I would like to invite my family to UK to live with me during this period. I have heard that in London kindergartens for the children above 3 are cost free. Is it right information? Could you please answer this question asap? Thank you! Nargis
familytolondon replied most recently with:
Hello Nargis, All 3 to 4 year olds in England are entitled to free nursery education for 15 hours a week for 38 weeks of the year. If you have younger children or need more childcare hours, you need to pay for it. The full-time education at school starts at the age of 5. For more information, check and Kind regards, Family to London
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syedarif43 replied to the thread Moving to Ecuador ? Need a Reasonable Fee Visa Attorney on the United Kingdom forum:
jdavisbj initially posted:
Our Attorney has been processing Visas for Expats all over the Word who are relocating to Ecuador. After researching Attorneys and their Fees, we found an Attorney with a Very Reasonable Fee, in fact about 1/3 the amount of other Attorneys. Our Attorney has been Processing Visas for over 10 years. Email me outside of the forum and I will email you his contact information. We retained him for other benefits as well. - NO FEE EMAILS - ask all your Visa Questions - NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED - to begin your visa process - you’re invoiced after you receive your Visa - ENGLISH SPEAKING STAFF Email me for his contact information outside of this forum. John
syedarif43 replied most recently with:
Hi, Please provide me the attorney info greatly appreciated, Than you. my email,
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OscarHyde posted Whoever needs a moving company in London, UK on the United Kingdom forum:
I lived the last twelve years in London, and unfortunately needed to move quite a lot around the city. I used only one removals company the whole time, talking about 6 or 7 times (lost count, seriously), and I'm very pleased. So, it's just a recommendation for whoever needs help on a relatively affordable price. The company is Removals Brixton
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Hi everyone, I used to live in Boston, MA and moved to London 7 years ago. How time flies. Over the past years I worked at a big US tech firm but recently launched my own start-up. Upon arriving in London so many years ago I was fascinated by all the cultural activities London has to offer. Did you know that London has over a thousand museums and galleries? What I found puzzling and painful though was how hard it is to discover those cultural activities. Hence, I decided to start Culture Key which helps people living in London and those who have recently arrived easily find great things to do also beyond culture (e.g. walks, day trips, markets, things to do with kids, etc.). If you have an iPhone you can download it here for free: I've lived in 5 cities and London is by far the most exciting when it comes to cultural offerings. If you enjoy going to art exhibitions, theatre plays or concerts then you will absolutely love it! If you have any feedback on Culture Key do post it here please. I hope you find it useful. Regards, Thomas
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georgeh posted working OR living in Canada on the United Kingdom forum:
hello folks, just on the first step on consideration of a move to live ( 2 or 3 years ) and work in Canada. or maybe apply for citizenship if possible. i am a graduate of nearly fifty years old, have a wife and three children under 10 years old. in a past life i worked as an engineer and my wife as a nurse. what are the first steps in order to apply to work in canada? we are british citizens born in uk. is it better to apply to work first then citizenship? if appropriate? are there any tests? language test keeps coming up but not sure what to do with this? what are best employment agencies for access to jobs in canada? anyone here done similar with positive and or negative results? any information appreciated. george
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