Bosnia And Herzegovina International Moving Services
International moving is an arduous task and if you decide to execute everything alone, you might fail terribly. The rules and regulations that come with moving from one country to the next are enough to overwhelm anyone. It is for this reason that most people hire professional movers. If you are looking for Bosnia And Herzegovina International Moving Services, we are an international moving company that also handles shipping of vehicles.
Moving to Bosnia And Herzegovina Cost & Time Examples
|Boston to Tuzla||$3,800- $6,300||$6,900- $11,500||3-6 weeks|
|New York to Tuzla||$3,800- $6,300||$6,900- $11,500||3-6 weeks|
|Charlotte to Sarajevo||$4,000- $6,800||$7,400- $12,200||3-6 weeks|
|Dallas to Sarajevo||$4,200- $6,900||$7,600- $12,500||3-6 weeks|
|LA to Sarajevo||$4,300- $7,200||$8,100- $13,300||5-8 weeks|
|Seattle to Sarajevo||$4,300- $7,200||$8,100- $13,300||5-8 weeks|
|Memphis to Sarajevo||$4,400- $7,300||$8,100- $13,300||3-6 weeks|
|Chicago to Sarajevo||$4,600- $7,700||$8,500- $13,900||3-6 weeks|
|Indianapolis to Tuzla||$4,700- $7,800||$8,600- $14,200||3-6 weeks|
|Phoenix to Sarajevo||$5,100- $8,300||$9,400- $15,400||5-8 weeks|
*Please note that these estimates do not include taxes, customs fees & duties, insurance & quarantine inspections. They assume easy access to both pick up and drop-off addresses and do not allow for special items such as pianos.
Estimated Weight (based on home size): 1BR=2600 lbs - 3900 lbs 2BR=3900 lbs - 5200 lbs 3BR=6500 lbs - 9100 lbs 4BR=9100 lbs - 14300 lbs 5BR=11700 lbs - 19500 lbs
Duties when relocating
If you’re not eligible for duty exemption, then you’ll typically pay a duty rate of 30 - 40% of the shipment’s value (1). Fortunately, according to one reputable source, being granted duty exemption is relatively easy. You’ll need to have owned and used your household goods for at least the last six months. You also must have lived outside of the country for a minimum of 12 months (2).
Paperwork when relocating
Customs will request your packing list, as well as a separate inventory which includes monetary values. Your passport, your lease contract or a purchase contract for a home within the country must also be provided. You’ll need a Power of Attorney for your destination agent and Original Bill of Lading or Air Waybill as well. Finally, your Work Permit, visa, permit to stay long-term in the country or proof of residence may be required (3).
Duties for your vehicle when relocating
Though not expressly stated by trustworthy sources, it appears that you’ll pay duty on your vehicle during importation. Exemption is only listed as being possible for diplomats or returning citizens. You should also be aware that vehicles manufactured over 7 years ago, are not eligible for importation.
You can opt to import your vehicle on a temporary basis, though you’ll need to provide a Bank Guarantee to do so. However, since this will be refunded when you take the vehicle back out of the country - it seems that in this case you won’t end up paying any duty (4).
Paperwork for your vehicle when relocating
You must give customs your vehicle’s title and registration, which were issued in your origin country. A license of ownership is also required, and a daily rate of 21% may be charged - though how this applies isn’t specified (5).
Your vehicle must adhere to EURO IV technical standards (at minimum) - and you’ll need paperwork verifying this fact (which must be obtained within the country). Either a purchase invoice or pro-forma invoice that lists the vehicle’s value, must also be presented. Additional details about your vehicle, such as the engine volume, chassis and engine numbers, model, weight and more should also be provided (6).
Additional paperwork and regulations for both your vehicle and household goods apply - so talk with customs to find out what will be needed in your situation.
Tips on how to make your international move easier
Begin your preparations about 90 days to the day of moving. This will give you enough time to attend to everything as you avoid the last minute rush. You will also avoid delays with customs as all the necessary applications will be made on time.
Visa, passport, and residency
To move to Bosnia and Herzegovina, as a US citizen you do not need a visa for the first 90 days. However, you will need a valid US passport which you can apply for through the US Government.
You do need to make arrangements on how to get residency before you move. Getting a residency status might require some formal process of application. You can get more information through the Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s website.
Working and doing business
After relocating, most people realize that things are not going as they anticipated. At times, the cost of living may be so high that they start to run low on savings. Therefore, before moving to another country find out if you can start a low-capital venture and what are the legal requirements. You can also consider operating your local business remotely from overseas.
Another good idea is to apply for jobs before you relocate. But before you start this process, first find-out if you will need a work permit.
A-1 Auto Transport can help you move your household goods internationally. Call 888-509-3213 to get a free, no obligation to buy price quote on interstate moving services.
Why you need a professional moving company when relocating overseas
As we have established, moving is a tedious task that is both physically and mentally straining. You also face the very real risk of losing or damaging your valuables. Hiring a professional mover is the only way to make the process hassle-free.
Certainly, professional movers have the experience and the right tools for the job. In fact, they will handle your goods with care and deliver them to your destination safely in a fast and efficient way.
How to find the best international moving company
When looking for Bosnia And Herzegovina International Moving Services, seek recommendations from friends and family. You can also, search the internet. But, before settling for any company, take note of the following:
- The basic requirement for any international moving company is that it should be licensed.
- Ensure that the company you choose has insurance that covers goods on transit.
- Read customer reviews online. The more positive reviews a company has compared to the negative ones, the better it is.
- Compare the estimates of two to three companies. Find out which one is giving you a good service package at a good rate.
- Ask if there is a mover that offers packing services. This saves time.
Our international moving services
Our Bosnia And Herzegovina International Moving Services come with the following:
- Packing and unpacking: We handle the packing and unpacking for you.
- Corporate moves: We will help you move your business or office.
- Apartment moves: We will help you make a switch between apartments.
- Planning and preparation: We will offer you helpful insights regarding planning and preparation.
- Visa and immigration: We offer assistance in applying for Bosnia and Herzegovina visa and immigration services.
- Housing assistance: We help our clients to find suitable housing.
- Family services: We will also help you to find important family service providers such as schools and health centers.
- Auto transport: We handle the international shipping of vehicles.
Why A-1 Auto Transport?
We have the expertise you are looking for having successfully helped thousands of people to move abroad. Whether you are looking to retire or just want a change of location, we will be there for you. Our personnel are trained and well equipped to cater to all your international move needs. When you partner with us, you can be sure your relocation will be one seamless experience. Rest assured that if you have any questions, we will answer them.
Talk to us
If you need a professional and reliable moving service to Bosnia and Herzegovina, talk to us by contacting our experts on our toll-free line 888-509-3213. Also, to get free estimates, kindly fill out the form at the top of this page.
(2) Found on Atlas Int’l “Importing Personal Property Into Bosnia & Herzegovina” page.