In partnership with our carefully selected local immigration experts, we manage the entire immigration procedure, guaranteeing that our service conforms with all applicable laws as well as anti-bribery and anti-corruption programmes.

To maintain transparency and manage expectations during the visa and immigration application process, we ensure that all stakeholders are kept aware of the procedures, expected time frames, needed paperwork, and assigned responsibilities.

Our goal is to enable your employee to travel legally to their new location as soon as possible.

Mr H. – Private Client

“We have been extremely satisfied with Joanne’s friendly efficiency and professionalism. She has been an invaluable support for us during the course both of our search and of the lead up to our Edinburgh visit.”

Mr L. – Cosmetics Company

“Laurens, the consultant from Klippa was awesome! He did a great job showing me the city and apartments, I have a much better understanding of the city’s layout and know which areas/neighborhoods I will focus my apartment search when I move.”

Mr B. – Cosmetics Company

“Thanks, Laurens. You were fantastic today, super great helping me manage my high risk with COVID. I have worked with and done a number of relos internationally, and I can honestly say your service has been the best I ever got.”

Mr B. – Private Client

“This is amazing!!!!! Thank you so much for all your hard effort and getting us there! We wouldn’t have had a chance without you!”

Mr A. – Aerospace Company

“Would like to say a huge thank you to Klippa Relocation, they’ve made this process so so simple and stress-free. Particularly Geri and Jamie. Looking forward to using your services again.”

Ms F. – US Relocation Management Company

“It was a great experience, things ran smoothly, and the communication was our way! From what I hear, we are different than other RMCs because we are really involved and we want to know what’s going on with the services. A few of the best things were: coordinating HHG process and recap emails. I know that might sound silly but when there is so much going on a progress report helps the employee see that we are checking things off the list.”

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Rental Market State of Play: January 2022

The first month of a new year is always a good time to take stock of rental trends in Europe’s leading cities. As well as retrospective data from the previous 12 months, there is also a slew of forecasts and predictions for the year ahead. Klippa Relocation rounds up January’s rental market news from across London, Paris and Amsterdam and combines them with the latest average rental price.

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Sustainable Ways to Invest in a Property

Climate change has been in the spotlight recently following the COP26 summit. It’s clear that action needs to be taken, and quickly. When it comes to the impacts of property, the figures are startling: buildings are responsible for 40% of energy consumption and 36% of carbon dioxide emissions in the EU. In the UK, it is even higher at 59% and 23% respectively.

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4 Forecasts for UK Lettings in 2022

As another year draws to a close, Klippa Relocation looks forward to 2022 and flags up the salient lettings changes that may lie ahead. Of course, ‘may’ is the operative word as many new rules and regulations that we expected to see in 2021 never materialised.

With the wider global outlook still at the mercy of Covid, we underline that our thoughts are merely educated predictions and relocators should always check in with our experts to get the latest on the private rental sector.

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Relocating to Lisbon

While working from home started out as a practical tool in the fight against the pandemic, it has provoked a wider conversation around hours, locations and staff wellbeing. It’s a well-covered topic but it has been taken to the next level by Portugal.

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Mind The Culture Gap

The word culture is a contentious one. If you were ‘cultured’, it used to mean you had experienced the different customs, practices and rituals of many other countries. It used to describe the well-travelled, those who’d live abroad and people who had extensively studied others. To be cultured was a badge of honour.

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Come Fly With Me!

The summer season is over and while the media was focused on the plight of passport-clutching holidaymakers desperate in their bid to escape to sunnier climes, professionals trying to travel across continents to relocate for business were virtually unreported.

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