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Living and working abroad

How we support you

Many members of the Cavendish Professionals team have made international moves themselves, so we understand all the practicalities and emotions that are involved in embarking on employment in another country. We pride ourselves on bringing a greatly appreciated human touch to the exceptional level of personal support we offer to individuals and families needing to mobilise overseas.

We don’t simply fill vacancies; we facilitate the setting up of new lives too. Making an international career move is a fantastic opportunity, we’ll always be on hand to equip you with all the logistical advice and support you need. At Cavendish we assist you with:
  • Cultural understanding – awareness of local etiquette, customs and traditions;
  • Location-specification information – we can tell you the best places to live, visit, eat, what to do on your days off, etc;
  • Putting you in touch with placed candidates – so you can immediately connect with networks of expats going through the same experiences as you;
  • Professional licensing – the collection and presentation of any applicable documents to respective authorities or professional organisations;
  • Visa application – managing the attestation of documents for yourself and/or your family where possible, as well as offering advice on how to complete the paperwork;
  • Securing accommodation – putting you in touch with trusted agents and giving referrals to reputable organisations;
  • Schooling for children – if you’re moving your family, we can offer advice on who to contact, plus how and when to make applications for school places;
  • Transportation of goods and relocation of pets – we can provide recommendations for when you should organise this and who to contact.
No question or query is too small or trivial for us. We’re confident we’ll be able to help. All you have to do is ask – by phone, email or even in person.

Got a question? Just get in touch – we’ll be happy to hear from you...
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