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Vitajte na Slovensku

Emigrate to Slovakia

To help you with your planning, we have compiled some useful information:
In 2018, 163 Germans officially emigrated to the Slovak Republic and 116 returned home. Within the 10 years from 2008 to 2017, 1,867 Germans officially emigrated to Slovakia and 1533 moved back to Germany.
In 2017, 3,938 Germans officially lived in Slovakia.The reforms of the 1990s have brought Slovakia significantly forward and made it attractive for emigrants, especially because of the low tax of 19 %. Nevertheless, the country still suffers from high unemployment.
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How long does it take to move to Slovakia?

For longer stays (longer than 90 days), the traveller must report in person to the local police station within 30 days of the expiry of the 90-day period. There he/she will then need a valid travel document, a confirmation of accommodation guarantee, 2 passport photos and an employment contract or a certificate of study. In addition, proof of health insurance must be provided.
The permanent residence document is initially valid for 5 years. After this period, the police station issues a new document, which is then valid for 10 years.
Whether you are moving to Bratislava or to another location in this beautiful country, choosing the right removal company to safely store and professionally transport your belongings is essential. We have been handling removals to and from Slovakia professionally and damage-free for our customers for 30 years.
Quality and service at a fair price. The table below gives you an approximate overview of the duration you can expect when moving to Slovakia:
 
Umzugsgröße Dauer
1 Zimmer 1-2 Tage
2  Zimmer 2-3 Tage
3 Zimmer 2-3 Tage
4 Zimmer 2-3 Tage
5 Zimmer 3-5 Tage

Benefit from the experience of Alphaservice

We settle accounts directly with the German Armed Forces, employers and the Employment Agency and European organisations.
Storage possible in many German cities (e.g. Leipzig, Dresden or Cottbus).
Other services can be booked, e.g. waste disposal and flat clearances.
Turnkey complete removals on request ("all-round carefree") or only partial services
Temporary storage in Slovakia possible
 

Reliable and inexpensive relocation to Slovakia with Alpha Service

If you are looking for a removal company to take care of your move Slovakia then please call us right away!You have come to the right place, we specialise in international removals. Our staff will take care of your belongings on site and ensure a smooth move into your new home. We will help you to make the move as pleasant as possible.  Move to Slovakia or from Slovakia to Germany or Switzerland.
 
Costs:
As there are so many variables, it is usually difficult to estimate what international moves cost as they often vary considerably. In any case, when moving to Finland, you should include the following factors in your planning.
 
Mode of transport:
Moving by air is generally the fastest, but also more expensive. Alternatively, there are many routes for land freight, which is usually cheaper.
 
Size of the move:
The size and weight of the possessions, will affect the cost as the calculation of the price is based on the weight and space requirements of the goods being moved.
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Please fill out our form accurately and completely so that we can provide you with a binding quote.
 
Packing:
Special moving boxes and packaging are the best solution to ensure fragile items are transported safely.
 
Moving to Slovakia is a challenge, as is every foreign move. The Slovak language (Slovak slovenský jazyk), together with Czech, Polish, Kashubian and Sorbian, belongs to the West Slavic languages and thus to the Indo-European language family. Slovak is spoken by about five million Slovaks in Slovakia and about two million emigrants, about one million of them in North America (USA, Canada).
 
Since 1 May 2004, when Slovakia joined the European Union, Slovak has been one of the official EU languages. Slovak originated in the 10th century after the fall of the Great Moravian Empire from the language of the sloveneSlovaks and Czechs understand each other quite easily. This was encouraged by their shared history in Czechoslovakia from 1918 to 1992. However, the younger Czech generation, which grew up after the separation of Slovakia and the Czech Republic, is already finding it much more difficult.
 
Most people who move to Slovakia from Germany usually bring a large part of their possessions with them. However, in order to ensure that not only the transport, but also the entire relocation goes off without complications, you should take care of the formalities as well as possible beforehand.
 
Alphaservice advises you as your removal professional in an uncomplicated, personal and reliable manner.
 

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How do you prepare your move to Slovakia?
 
Start planning two months before the move. The earlier you start, the greater the chances that your move will be a success.
 
Call Alpha Service!
We will provide you with a competitive quote. This is the easiest way to make your move with a clear conscience. Alpha Service, which specialises in international removals, will ensure that your move goes as smoothly as possible. This will benefit you and can take the whole burden off your shoulders.
 
Our tips for moving to Slovakia:
 
* Organise your move at least 2 months in advance including placing orders.
 
* Remember to bring all the necessary documents

Slovakia

Slovakia is a landlocked country in Central Europe bordering Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine and Hungary. The capital and largest city of the country is Bratislava, other important cities are Košice, Prešov, Žilina, Banská Bystrica and Nitra. The country is two-thirds mountainous and has a considerable share of the Carpathian arc. In the west, it reaches as far as the Vienna Basin, while the south and southeast, as far as the Danube and a small part of the Tisza, are characterised by foothills of the Pannonian Plain.
Slovakia lies in the continental-temperate climate zone with differences between the low-lying south and the mountainous north of the country.  The territory of present-day Slovakia was settled by the Slavs at the turning point of the 5th and 6th centuries. Their first political entity was the Empire of Samo (7th century), and later Slovakia was one of the centres of the early medieval Moravian Empire.
Slovakia has been a member of the European Union and NATO since 2004. In 2007, under the Schengen Agreement, border controls with EU countries were lifted, and in 2009 Slovakia joined the Eurozone.
The country is a democratically constituted parliamentary republic. Together with Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary, Slovakia forms the Visegrád Group. Slovakia lies in the continental temperate zone, with the influence of the oceanic climate (Gulf Stream) decreasing towards the east. However, there are regional differences, mainly between the mountainous north and southern lowlandsThe country has about 5.43 million inhabitants (as of 2014).
Population development has been rather stagnant since independence. With an average age of 35.5 years, Slovakia is one of the European states with a rather young population. Form of government: Slovakia is a parliamentary republic.According to the 1992 constitution, Slovakia is a republic that is a parliamentary democracy. The head of state is the president, who is elected for a five-year term. He shares his power with the Parliament. Executive power in the country is exercised by the Government of the Slovak Republic, headed by the President of the Government (Prime Minister).
When moving to Slovakia, our movers, drivers and furniture fitters are there for you!
Quality and service at a reasonable price.

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