Moving to a foreign country — even just temporarily — may be one of the most thrilling and life-changing experiences you ever have. But it will definitely not be easy. Especially if you’re relocating as a family.
Family Move Abroad is my attempt to make your expat adventure more accessible. To facilitate the process from, “Hey… I wonder what it would be like to live in a foreign country with our kids…” to stepping off the plane and settling in to your new surroundings with ease. To connect you to the resources you need to nurture your vision of a life overseas and, most importantly, to find the answers to ALL your questions. So you can guide your children with confidence a wondrous overseas experience that will change their perspective on themselves, and the world around them, forever. More time to revel in the dream. Less time hunkered down in the logistics of getting there.
Let’s get started.
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Jackie Baxa’s services are invaluable…
Jackie was Extremely Helpful
I can assure you, you will be glad that you found this internet site. Thank you, Jackie Dr. Bor, Boston
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Without Ms. Baxa’s detailed direction and cheerful handholding, we certainly would have given up on the whole process.
Without Ms. Baxa's detailed direction and cheerful handholding, we certainly would have given up on the whole process. But Jackie revealed the intricacies of the paperwork journey in a manner we could understand. In fact, she was kind enough to assist in many ways that weren't directly a part of the visa process, such as city and school recommendations, health insurance, and even housing in Seville. She even initiated emails to double-check we were on track and responded very promptly when we thought we might be in trouble. All this, and at amazing price for all the service she provided.
So, if we sound like we are enthusiastic about Ms. Baxa, that would be correct! If it sounds like we are grateful to her, we are indeed!
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