Supporting your 'other half'

Partner Support

If you’re coming to a new job, work colleagues and business commitments can help fill your time and often make it an easier transition than for your spouse or partner. For them, the move may mean giving up their job and moving away from their support network. For you both, it will almost certainly mean some changes in lifestyle too.

Which is why we offer your spouse or partner totally personal, 1-2-1 support.

From practical help with visas, work permits, domestic services and tax, through to emotional encouragement, getting them excited about the opportunities for them here in London and the surrounding areas… and there are plenty of those… we’ll work to make sure they feel welcomed, supported and safe here.

We appreciate the move may have difficulties for them, but we can provide the advice, support and information they need to help make the experience of living here a happy and memorable one.

For us, it’s all about making sure your spouse or partner is ‘on board’, so you can both enjoy your move.

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