Find out how to best plan your departure from Switzerland
Leaving Switzerland is not as easy as packing your bags and jumping on a plane. In fact, if you don’t plan things right, you may end up paying a lot of penalties and fines – but don’t worry. We’re here to make sure that won’t happen to you!
How long in advance do you have to notify your landlord, the electrical company, or your internet provider of your departure? What about the insurance that you paid for in advance – can you recuperate some of your money? How/when can you avoid penalties for contracts that you want to get out of sooner than expected?
We can answer all these questions and many others in this free 30-minute call.
Book this free call if:
You’re leaving Switzerland and you’re on a tight deadline – you need to be at your new assignment in a few weeks or even days.
You don’t know the rules about leaving your home – what and how do you have to clean, do you have to make repairs, when should you notify your landlord and so on? The rules about leaving a rental home in Switzerland are very strict, so don’t gamble with this!
You can’t find the information you need online or you need help with a particular issue.
You’re not sure how to tackle your ongoing contracts: electricity, gas, internet, phone, and so on.
You need help navigating the clauses of your health insurance.
You’re unsure about the things you can take with you from Switzerland. Swiss customs regulations can be challenging but we’re here to answer all your questions about what you can take with you, from pots and pans to cars and furry family members.
This Guidance Call to help you plan your departure from Switzerland is 100% free. For nearly 45 years, Packimpex’s mission has been to make expats’ lives much easier, irrespective of their destination. Schedule your call and we’ll help make your transition out of Switzerland as easy as possible.Book Free Guidance Call
Get all the help you need so the big moving day becomes a breeze
Here is why you should book this guidance call:
Get the full picture
You will get a full picture of what leaving Switzerland actually entails, what you need to do and in what order.
You will receive info on the following important topics and will be able to structure your upcoming move in a more efficient manner: deregistration from Swiss authorities, cancellation of various contracts, rental deposit retrieval, and more.
Why pay hefty fines and penalties when you can avoid them if you have the right information? All it takes is a free call with the Packimpex experts!
Get expert advice
Every relocation is unique and every expat that moves here has unique needs. After nearly 45 years in the relocation industry, we know that very well. You will receive expert personalised advice from our relocation consultants so you can tailor your departure any way you see fit.
No question left unanswered
Got questions about a field we haven’t covered in the list above? No problem! We can answer almost everything about leaving Switzerland. If we don’t know the answer to one of your questions, we will surely know where to direct you to get that answer. Why rely on internet forums and groups when you get personalised professional advice for free?
There are a lot of things to cover (some of which you may not even think about before the moment of departure draws near) and sometimes 30-minute calls aren’t enough. But don’t worry – we can always follow up via email.
How does the guidance call for the Departure phase work?
Our service was designed to be extremely simple and convenient for you:
Fill in the form and select your desired time and date for the call. One of our relocation consultants will contact you at the specified time.
The call duration is around 30 minutes.
Please prepare in advance any specific questions you might have.
Got 30 spare minutes to learn all you need to know about leaving Switzerland?Book Free Guidance Call
What our customers say:
«Thank you so much for such a pleasant conversation and your valuable input. I must admit, you possess a unique wealth of information that the usual expat has absolutely no clue about, and for which I am so grateful. I hope we stay in touch and maybe one day we'll enjoy a coffee together at the Lago Maggiore.»