Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Company that helps expats transition to Kuwait

I received an e-mail from a new blogbuddy whose company offers services to expats moving/transitioning to Kuwait. I try to help as many people as I can with this type of service through the blog - as my friend at American in Kuwait blog also does. Unfortunately, most of our time is taken by our paying jobs, so we can't always help as much as we would like.

Blogbuddy, Ken, has sent me information about his company and their services:

Visa & Immigration: We will help with all the steps and provide any information required.

Home Search: You give us your requirements and we will set up visits for you, there is no commission since we charge for the package, we bring the person directly to the real estate owners. We know quite a few and will bring each person to at least 3 different companies. We provide the car and an expat to be with you during the search.

International Move Management : We have offices in more than 30 countries and can handle any moves to anywhere. We have our own Moveone teams in Kuwait who will do all destination services for moving in.

Settling in Services: We will deal with the real estate company with you, any contracts or requests we will be there to make sure they are taken care of accordingly. We will give an orientation tour also, bringing the person around town and the area they decide to settle into so they can know where to do their groceries and a good place to relaxe.

Education Consultancy: We will priovide a list of schools and requirements and information.

Basically we will make the move into Kuwait as easy as possible! Moveone Relocations Kuwait, Website:

I think this is a great idea and I'm happy to see a company doing it full time. Now new blogbuddy, give me a job and we'll all be happy!


Anonymous said...

Go check out! The website is related to the Cargo Department.

Desert Girl said...

Anonymous - yes, I saw that. It is the same company and they need to change their website to reflect the addition of these services.

American Born Confused Desi in Kuwait :) said...

Hi, i came across ur blog & was astonished at the level of familiarity and serious recognition with the phrase u used in ur description. "no one understand me & i get culture shocks" get the same shocks and happen to give them to my family too..:)
I am more like 'Desi' asian american in Kuwait..:)