When diplomats move
For diplomats and public officials, moving abroad is part of the job description. It should never become a job in itself, however.
The core concerns for relocating officials? A swift and smooth relocation, the secure handling of confidential information, an in-depth knowledge of regulations at both origin and destination, and a clear, open pricing system. Such complex moves require an expert touch, so that you can get on with your actual job.
A network suited to your needs
When it comes to moving diplomats, Gosselin has a few dozen years of experience to fall back on.
Apart from European Union staff, we also serve government institutions, embassies, national armed forces, NATO, and various other headquarters based throughout Europe.
Our pan-European network of offices lends itself perfectly to the mobility needs of diplomats and officials: Gosselin has experienced staff in diplomatic hubs such as Brussels, Rome, Moscow, Prague, The Hague, Paris, London, Geneva and Bern.
At home in unfamiliar places
Gosselin also benefits from its presence in Central Asia and the Caucasus. Countries such as Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan are often seen as impenetrable, but our experience says otherwise.
Diplomats will move to destinations that are different from the places commercial companies will send expats to. Very few if any companies will send expats to Ndjamena in Chad, Bangui in the Central African Republic or Harare in Zimbabwe. All of these countries have special procedures for import and export and for obtaining diplomatic accreditations and exemptions. We are familiar with all of them.
Get in touch today and discover the wealth of experience in diplomatic services that Gosselin can offer you.