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How would I go about moving to New York from the UK?
I’m going to have to wait for a few years but just so I know in advance, how would I move? Would I need a job or a permit or whatever?
I have a passport, but I’m not really sure what else you need. I plan to move when I’m done in uni. Any advice?
I live in the Uk, and I’m in the country… but it’s also walking distance from the city so y’know.
My friend, first of all, start saving your money because New York City is not cheap, especially when it comes to renting an apartment in Manhattan. The rent here are high, and I’m kidding.
Second, have you travel papers together. My advice, check with US embassy in London to see what is required to move to US.
Third, have a secure job. I know its tough, but having a job will help you with you move to the US. Check out companies that have branch office in the States, particularly in New York, and try you best getting a position with that company.
All this information is very helpful.
Good luck and happy holidays
What is the cheapest rent in Lower Manhattan, New York?
I’m looking for an apartment in New York City around the Lower East side. I just need an estimate no links to real estate sites. Thanks!
For a VERY small studio apartment in the lower east side…around $2000-5000 a month.
Does anyone know where in New York its possible to rent a cheep apartment?
I am thinking about the Manhattan area. If anyone knows any good websites or where to apply for apartments that would be great also.
There is no such thing as a cheap apartment in NY.
What’s the best way to find an affordable nyc apartment just for the summer?
I’m from Texas, and I’ll be moving to nyc over the summer for an internship. I’m probably not going to have much time go go up there and look around, so I’ll need to get most of my info online? Any suggestions for sites I should visit or people I should call? Thanks!
Avoid Craigslist! 90% of those ads are scams!! You don’t say where in NYC you will interning, but it will be much cheaper if you stay outside Manhattan. Look in Brooklyn or Queens and take the subway (only $112 a month for unlimited rides). Try sublet.com or search for a real estate company in the neighborhood close to where you will be working. You should also consider staying with a roommate (roommates.com, etc.)
How to move out on my own?
I’m 23 years old living in new york city with my parents. If you ever lived in new york you would know it’s not a cheap place to live. I’m working part time right now and looking for low income apartments in manhattan… Do anyone know how i would go about doing that?
Find a rich girl friend.
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