The 5 best removal companies in Austria in 2024

If you want to find the 5 best removal companies in Austria in 2024 for your own house removal. Then Advance moves can help find you the 5 best removal companies in Austria in just 30 seconds.

Advance moves has an instant online Quick Quote system that allows you to enter some basic details about your removal to Austria (or just about anywhere else in the world) and then get an Instant online quote.

If you want a Quick quote now for a house move within Austria, then just click on the link.

Instant online quotes from the 5 best removal companies in Austria.

If you want Instant online quotes from the 5 best removal companies in Austria , then you have come to the right place. Advance moves is a comparison and referral site that is dedicated to help find you the best deals on a local, national, or International household removal in the shortest amount of time.

By using the Advance moves quick quote system you can enter some very basic details about your house move and within 30 seconds you will have a Quick quote emailed to you with a price guide and volume guide for your removal.

It does not matter how big or small your house move is. Also it does not matter where you are moving from or too. Advance moves can cover just about any removal. International, national or local, all moves can be covered and Advance moves can find you the 5 best removal companies in Austria to undertake your removal.

If you would like a quick quote now for moving to Austria from the UK then click on the link.

If you would like a quick quote now for moving to the UK from Austria then click on the link.

For an international removal from or to Austria then you can also get a quick quote today by clicking on the link.

Save money and time on removal costs……………..use the Quick quote system to find the best deals on removals

How it works

Firstly click on the link to start your Quick quote.

Then choose the countries you are moving from and too.

Now select the icon that best describes the size of your removal. You can choose from house size or truck size. or just enter the volume of the effects you are moving (if you know it).

For smaller moves you can select the number of boxes you are moving.

(The idea is to select the icon that best describes the size of your move. That is the information required. What best describes the size of your house removal.)

Then enter some basic address details and your contact details.

There is a comments box. For you to enter any additional information that you might like to say about your house move. These comments will not affect the Quick quote. But they will help other moving companies quote on your removal afterwards. This is the time to copy and paste a list of items you are moving if you have one. Or mention any specifics about your planned house move that you would like considered.

Select the date for your planned removal. (any dates too far into the future will not trigger the multiple quotes option. As removal companies cannot quote on moves too far into the future due to fuel and price fluctuations.)

Hit the get quote button and your all done…..

30 seconds later you will have a quick quote emailed to you. With a guideline price and volume for your removal.

Its that easy………..

Multiple quotes from the 5 best removal companies in Austria .

Once you have your Quick quote……………. then the real magic happens…………

Advance moves has many moving companies on its books. Advance moves takes the data you entered into the Quick quote, and then selects the best moving companies for your own removal requirements.

It is the quickest and easiest way to find the 5 best removal companies in Austria for your own house move, no matter how big or small a house move it is.

You will then start to receive quotes from up to 5 of these moving companies.

You get to compare quotes and choose the 5 best removal companies in Austria. you select the best removal companies in Austria that suit your own removal requirements..

Saving you time and money when moving to Austria from UK, or any other locations.

Information page on moving to Austria in 2024

If you want more info about moving to Austria in 2024 and how to move to Austria in 2024 after brexit. Then read the Advance moves info page all about moving to Austria. Click on the link to go to the info page on moving to Austria and then scroll down through the mass of info on all aspects of moving to and then living in Austria. You can also visit the UK government info page about living in Austria for more information.

Visas and residency in Austria

You must tell the UK government offices that deal with your benefits, pension and tax if you are moving or retiring abroad.

Check the entry requirements for Austria.

The immigration rules for third country nationals apply. A third country national is someone who does not have EU, EEA or Swiss nationality.

Visas and residency if you were living in Austria before 1 January 2021

If you applied for your new Article 50 residence card by 31 December 2021 your rights are protected by the Withdrawal Agreement, pending a decision on your application. You should continue the process to get your new residence card if you do not have it yet.

You must renew your Article 50 residence card before it expires. You will not receive an official reminder to do this, so note the expiry date. You can renew it at your regional immigration authority. In Vienna, this is the MA35, in other regions, the local ‘Magistrat’ or ‘Bezirkshauptmannschaft’.

If you have not had a decision on your Article 50 residence card application, keep the ‘Bestätigung über die Antragstellung’ letter you received when applying as evidence of your application. You should check your junk or spam email folders for an email from the authorities.

See the Austrian government’s guidance for British citizens, which includes information on working in Austria, absences from Austria, family reunification and more.

Appeal process

If your application is refused, you will be told why and receive instructions on how to appeal. If you want to appeal, you must do so promptly, before the deadline you have been given.

If you cannot pay for a lawyer, read the Austrian government’s information about legal aid (in German). Legal aid does not cover the costs of the other party (including their court and lawyer fees) if you lose the case.

If your Article 50 card application is refused, you may be able to apply for residence as a third country national.

Read guidance on third country national residency cards in Austria. If it takes more than 90 days to get an alternative residency status, you may need to leave Austria and the Schengen area while you wait for this.

If you are not eligible for another residency status, you will have to leave Austria.

Late applications

The deadline for applying for an Article 50 residence card was 31 December 2021. You can still apply if you have reasonable grounds for missing it. These include severe illness, or, for children, if their parent or guardian did not apply earlier for them. Contact your local Magistrat or Bezirkshauptmannschaft to apply as soon as possible.

Family members

Children born to beneficiaries of the Withdrawal Agreement after 1 January 2022 are eligible for an Article 50 residence card. Parents must apply for a UK passport for their child before applying for an Article 50 card, and apply for the Article 50 card within 90 days of the child’s birth. If the passport has not yet been issued when applying for the Article 50 card, parents should provide evidence of the passport application.

Your close family members continue to be able to join you and settle in Austria at any time in the future. Find more information on who this applies to in the Living in Europe guidance. They must travel to Austria and then submit an Article 50 residence card application as your family member.

Nationals of certain non-EU countries may need a visa before travel. The Austrian authorities should issue family reunion visas free of charge.

See the Austrian government’s guidance for British citizens.

Article 50 card fees for under 16s

The cost of an Article 50 residence card for under-16s has been reduced to €26.30. This change applies retrospectively. Anyone charged €61.50 for an Article 50 residence card for a minor can now apply for a partial refund. To do this, you must write to:

Finanzamt Österreich – Dienststelle Sonderzuständigkeiten
Postfach 222
1000 Wien

And include:

  • Documents proving that the fees have been paid
  • Case number of the proceedings & date of the application
  • Competent authority that collected the fees
  • Bank details of the applicant
  • Name, address, signature of the applicant

This request must be made in writing, and not by email. Citizens’ group British in Austria have made a template letter in German.

Passports and travel in Austria

You can apply for or renew your British passport from Austria.

Check the Austria travel advice for passport validity requirements.

Always carry your passport and residence permit when travelling within the Schengen area. If you have citizenship of an EU or European Free Trade Association (EFTA) country, in addition to your British citizenship, you should enter and leave Austria using your EU or EFTA passport.

If you stay in Austria with an Austrian residence permit or long-stay visa, this time does not count towards your 90-day visa-free limit for the Schengen area.

If you visit other Schengen area countries outside Austria, make sure you do not exceed the visa-free 90 days in any 180-day period. This applies even if you have an Austrian residence permit. You are responsible for counting how long you stay under the Schengen visa waiver, and you must comply with its conditions.

Different rules apply if you are travelling to other EU and Schengen countries as a resident of Austria. Check each country’s travel advice page for information on entry requirements.

If you were living in Austria before 1 January 2021

When you travel, carry your Article 50 residence card or frontier worker permit issued under the Withdrawal Agreement, in addition to your valid passport.

You must proactively show your Article 50 residence card if you are asked to show your passport at border control. If you have applied for, but not yet received, your Article 50 residence card, show your certificate of application.

If you cannot prove that you are a resident in Austria, you may be asked additional questions at the border to enter the EU. Your passport may be stamped on entry and exit. This will not affect your rights in the country or countries where you live or work. If a passport is stamped, the stamp is considered null and void when you can show evidence of lawful residence. Read EU guidance for UK nationals on entering and leaving the Schengen area.

If you have rights under the Withdrawal Agreement, you can enter and exit Austria with a valid passport. You do not need any additional validity on the passport beyond the dates on which you are travelling.

International removals

Advance moves has agents all over the world. You can use the Quick quote system to get a quote for just about any international removal and then save time and money when comparing quotes and choosing a removal company.

Quality assured when finding the 5 best removal companies in Austria.

All of advance moves agents are professional, independent removal companies. Many will belong to one or more removals federations or organizations like the BAR. or FIDI. So you know you are in safe hands.

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