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Old 26-01-2008, 10:55   #1
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Question Immigration Procedures

Hi there I am Antonk and I have searched this site about my topic, but found nothing . So can anybody please help with any links or contacts on the following :If you immigrate from one country to another country, what are the procedures to follow according to law to (move) your boat in the container and move it with you ?
Hope you guys/gals can help me on this one.
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Old 26-01-2008, 12:12   #2
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It will vary greatly from country to country, as each will have their own laws. Please advise with what country you are movign from and what country you are moving to.
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Old 27-01-2008, 09:10   #3
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Hi Alan, we are immigrating from South Africa to New Zealand - Glad to see you are from New Zealand
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I would be really tempted to hire a bonded service to manage the whole transaction.
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You also probably want to go meet with the Local NZ Embassy. They will answer your many questions.
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Pura Vida O YES it will be - just need to see which I must do as per law ?
Thanks Alan will do that.
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