Removals to Ireland from Spain

Looking for a Trusted Removal Company to Move you to Ireland from Spain?

Removals Company from Spain to Ireland

Matthew James Removals in Spain have helped move lots of British, Irish expats living in Spain and the spanish themselves to move to Ireland. Matthew James Removals & Storage in Spain should be your first port of call. With 3 depots in Spain; Mijas, Madrid & Barcelona and are able to offer collection from any region in Spain, from city apartments to rural villas.

You can be rest assured that Matthew James are able to take care of every aspect of your move to Ireland,  from any property big or small with delivery door to door / room to room to any local or national Irish destination.

Although you are looking for a Spanish Removal Company choose one of the British one’s based in Spain such as Matthew James.

Our company has been accredited to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. We are members of IAM (International Association of Movers), the world’s largest trade association for the global moving industry.

Matthew James firmly believe no other company can match our quality of service for the same price Spanish or English.

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Your Removal Quote Will Include:

  • Insurance

  • Hanging Wardrobe boxes

  • Tailor Made Padded Sofa Covers

  • Boxes, Paper, Tape (as many as you require for your removal free )

  • Hanging Wardrobe boxes

  • Plastic Mattress covers

  • Modern, Clean and reliable vehicles

Our Relocation Services:

AVAILABLE SERVICES TO EUROPE

European Shared Load

European Shared Load Services

A part/shared load service is a cost effective way to move your goods to and from your destination. The reason this service is so cost effective is that you share the vehicle with other consignments and therefore the vehicle costs are also shared. All consignments are individually prepared, numbered, labelled and inventoried to ensure all items are correctly delivered to you. The main advantage of a part loads to Europe service is that you will receive the Matthew James service of excellence at the most cost effective price.

European Premium Service

A direct service combines Matthew James’ service of excellence with the added advantage of a dedicated collection date and express delivery timescale. Handling of your effects is minimised as they remain on the same vehicle throughout. Although your delivery will be carried out in conjunction with other clients’ consignments, this means you will share the cost of the vehicle and your consignment will be prioritised for onward delivery typically within 7-10 days of collection.

European Dedicated

A dedicated service gives you the flexibility to choose your collection and delivery dates. This service means you will have exclusive use of one of our bespoke removal vehicles. This service guarantees the Matthew James service of excellence and peace of mind that your moving dates can be fixed, allowing you the convenience to make travel arrangements and plan your arrival. All delivery dates are subject to EU laws on driving time. We can confirm the timing prior to any booking.

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    HOW YOUR EUROPEAN MOVE WITH MATTHEW JAMES WILL WORK

    At Matthew James we are commited to ensuring your big moving day runs smoothly and stress free.

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    1. Small vehicles for collecting your european move

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    2. Example of a chair before export packing and after.

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    3. Sideboard fully export wraped, numbered and inventoried.

    4. All fabrics are fully plastic wrapped to enable them to stay free of dust.

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    5. Hanging wardrobe boxes for all your hanging clothes.
     

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    6. Label with item’s number, details and description.

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    7. Full numbered inventory of everyitem and its description.

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    8. Your goods arrive safely on our road train at its destination.

    Living in Ireland

    Ireland is an island to the north-west of continental Europe. To its east is the larger island of Great Britain, from which it is separated by the Irish Sea. Politically, Ireland is divided between the Republic of Ireland , which covers just under five-sixths of the island, and Northern Ireland , a part of the United Kingdom, which covers the remainder and is located in the north-east of the island. The culture of the island has also many features shared with Great Britain, as expressed through sports such as association football, rugby, horse racing, and golf, as well as the English language.

    There are three World Heritage Sites on the island: the Brú na Boinne, Skellig Michael and the Giant’s Causeway. Some of the most visited sites in Ireland include Bunratty Castle, the Rock of Cashel, the Cliffs of Moher, Holy Cross Abbey and Blarney Castle.

    Working in Ireland

    EU/EEA/Swiss citizens: If you are from an EU member state or one of the countries of the EEA or Switzerland, you are entitled to come to work in Ireland. You do not need an employment permit. You are entitled to have your dependants come to live with you. If you are a spouse or civil partner of an EEA/Swiss national who is exercising the right of free movement, then you have similar rights to work and live in Ireland.

    If you are an EEA or Swiss national, you are entitled to be treated in the same way as Irish citizens when you apply for work in Ireland. You are free to apply for any job vacancy, including jobs in the public sector. These include jobs in the Irish army and the Irish police force, but not the Irish diplomatic service.

    There is a system of mutual recognition of qualifications between the EEA countries.

    Other countries: If you are from another country then generally you need an employment permit – see exceptions below. There are four different types of employment permit: Green Card permit, work permit, intra-company transfer permit, spousal/dependant work permit – see below.

    Students – If you are from a country whose nationals normally require an employment permit and you are studying in Ireland on an approved course, you may take up casual work – a maximum of 20 hours a week in term time and full time during the holidays – without an employment permit.

    Moving to Ireland

    What tax will you pay? You will become resident for tax purposes if you spend more than 183 days in the country in any given tax year. If you spend 280 days or more in Ireland over two consecutive years you will be regarded as resident for the second tax year. So if, say, you spend 140 days in Ireland in the first year, and 150 days in the second year, you will be resident for year two only. You can find out more information here.

    In 2012, single people with no dependent children pay 20% standard rate tax on the first €32,800 (£26,240) of taxable income. This threshold rises to €36,800 (£29,440) for single-parent families and €41,800 (£33,440) for married couples with one earner (or a maximum €65,600 – £52,480 – for two earners). Any further income is taxed at the higher rate of 41%. Thereafter it gets complicated, but you can find out more here.

    VAT has just been raised to a hefty 23%. Ireland also boasts one of the world’s lowest rates of corporation tax at 12.5%. Sensibly, the Irish tax year runs along the calendar year.

    There are many expat forums on the internet with people previously seeking to move to Ireland from Spain or UK, these can be of a great help in wanting any help or advice, below are just a few links that may be of help

    Matthew James Removals travels to Ireland from Spain weekly and they are able to offer very competitive rates for Part Loads or Full Loads to any destination in Ireland By Road: 

    ✓ removals to Dublin  ✓ Removals to Belfast ✓ Removals to Cork ✓ Removals to Galway  ✓ Removals to Kerry ✓ Removals to Wexford ✓ Removals to Waterford ✓ Removals to Tyrone ✓ Removals to Meath ✓ Removals to Sligo ✓ Removals to Carlow ✓ Removals to Londonderry ✓ Removals to Kildare ✓ Removals to South Dublin ✓ Removals to Limerick ✓ Removals to Tipperary ✓ Removals to Leitrim

    If you are moving To or From any of the areas listed above then please don’t hesitate to contact our Bi-Lingual Staff for more information, advice or a Competitive Price for your Move to Ireland

    Our Address in Barcelona

    Matthew James Removals & Storage SL
    C/Anselm Clave
    S/N Pol 16, Sant Feliu
    De LloBregat
    Barcelona
    08980
    Tel: (0034) 931 84 54 94
    Tel: 0044 (0) 1322 251 000

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