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U.S. Customs and Border Protection papers needed in response to New York legislation

New York Legislation May Impact Various Aspects of Relocation

By | Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Challenges, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, New York, New York Legislation, Travel, Tri-State Regional Economy, Visas and International Travel, Workforce Mobility | No Comments

New York Legislation May Impact Various Aspects of Relocation New York legislation termed the “Green Light Law” took effect on December 14, 2019. This law blocks US federal immigration and border control authorities from accessing the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) database. As a…

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Downtown Los Angeles skyline with many companies that will be impacted by California AB5 Law

California AB5 Law and the Impact on the Relocation Industry

By | California, California AB5 Law, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Challenges, Job Market, Job Seekers, Labor Force, Relocation to California, Talent Mobility, Unemployment, United States Economy, United States Migration Patterns, Workforce Mobility, Working Age Population | No Comments

California AB5 Law and the Impact on the Relocation Industry The new California AB5 Law may impact the relocation industry in several ways. The law aims to change how employees are classified. This is seen as a way to address the rise of the gig…

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City skyline photos of Boise Idaho, where many people are moving based on 2019 migration patterns

2019 Migration Patterns: Where are People Moving To in the United States?

By | 2019 Best States Overall, 2019 Migration Patterns, Arizona, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, Idaho, Job Seekers, Oregon, South Carolina, Talent Mobility, United States, United States Demographic Trends, United States Economy, United States Migration Patterns, Washington, Workforce Mobility | No Comments

2019 Migration Patterns: Where are People Moving To in the United States? A recent study by United Van Lines of 2019 migration patterns in the United States shows which states people are moving to. According to the study, the top 5 states experiencing the highest…

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Handsome male car driver at wheel of white shared ride car, facing forward, with brown hair, beard, and mustache, wearing a black shirt, woman passenger in back seat looking out the window, smiling

How Does the Sharing Economy Impact the Relocation Industry?

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How Does the Sharing Economy Impact the Relocation Industry? Many Global Mobility Solutions clients have transferees who are comfortable with the sharing economy. As a result, these transferees may have different expectations for the services they use during their relocation. The impact of the sharing…

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Americans stay in their hometown often to be near family, including the young boy with striped shirt, older woman with white hair and red shirt, young girl with long brown hair and green shirt, dog with white hair, older man with blue check shirt, all of them sitting on a couch and smiling, with a woman who has long dark hair and a man with dark hair, beard, and mustache, leaning over the people on the couch, both smiling

North American Van Lines Survey Shows Why Americans Stay in Their Hometown

By | 2019 USA Job Market, Americans Stay, Domestic Real Estate, Domestic Relocation, Domestic Relocation Challenges, Domestic Relocation Tips, Domestic Relocation Trends, Job Market, Job Seekers, Labor Force, Self-Move, Small Shipments, Summertime Household Goods Moves, Talent Mobility, United States, United States Migration Patterns, Workforce Mobility | No Comments

North American Van Lines Survey Shows Why Americans Stay in Their Hometown North American Van Lines’ recent survey shows why Americans stay in their hometown. Over 2,000 respondents were asked if they moved in relation to their hometown. Of those that have moved but remained…

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