Relocating to Jordan
If you are relocating an executive to Jordan or if you are relocating to or within Jordan yourself, you have found the right relocation and immigration specialists. Helpxpat provides professional relocation and immigration solutions tailored to the needs of international executives.
Moving to Jordan
Jordan’s most popular place to live, Amman, is a peaceful city with great weather, excellent amenities amid the ancient historic buildings and authentic culture. Most expats moving to Jordan choose Amman as it is the centre for business. According to Helpxpat consultants in Jordan, the Old City is popular with foreigners and offers lower prices than the newer areas.
Expats living in Jordan tend to be working either on a lucrative short-term expat contract in the oil and natural gas industries or as an NGO employee. Foreigners need to secure employment before relocating to Jordan.
Relocating services in Jordan
Relocating to Jordan being a completely new land is a task easier said than done, especially when a family is involved. Moving to a different country and Settling into a new life is a period of emotional and physical upheaval that needs to be tackled intelligently with the right help and guidance from friends, family, companies offering relocation services.
Types of accommodation in Jordan
In Jordan expats will find a variety of housing options housing options – from villas to high-rise apartments and Western compounds, there’s plenty to choose from.
Western compounds are popular with those looking for a taste of home in the midst of the sometimes jarring unfamiliarity of Jordan. These compounds are essentially gated communities consisting of a number of houses, villas or apartments. They are often luxurious and may include amenities like swimming pools, laundry rooms and recreation areas. Some expats find that the atmosphere in compounds tends to be less conservative than is typical in Jordan and they can behave and dress as they would back home. However, living in such a community does hinder cultural assimilation and expats staying there will miss out on a great deal of life happening beyond the walls of the compound.
Once expats have decided what kind of accommodation they’re looking for, they will also need to consider whether they want fully furnished, semi-furnished, or non-furnished accommodation.
How to find a home in Jordan?
If you are planning to relocate to Jordan and need assistance to find a home, Helpxpat enables you to find the most appropriate home for the employee for their budget and lifestyle and to negotiate the best possible lease terms – saving the client and the employee time, financial liability and stress.
Choosing a right school in Jordan
Helpxpat school search program helps the employees to identify schooling requirements for their children, and then coordinates a school tour(s), explains testing and interview requirements, and assists with the application and enrolment in Jordan Schools.
Despite the sometimes-astronomical price of school fees for international schools, most expat parents choose to take this route. This makes it possible for children to be educated in English, often in a curriculum that is familiar to them. A variety of curricula are on offer, from American, French and British, to the globally recognised International Baccalaureate. This results in as little disruption of the child’s education as possible, and the continuity can be reassuring in a situation where so many other things are different and new.
Relocation agencies in Jordan
Helpxpat specialise in helping people move and are set up to relieve employees of the issues that occur when moving to Jordan and we offer a wide range of services and provide aid in every aspect of your relocation – from visa struggles and work permits, to transport and finding housing and schooling and have you settled into Jordan very quickly.