Me pēhea te ki te neke ki te pa hou pa ranei

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I roto i te USA, whiriwhiri iwi ki te neke ki te pa hou mō ngā take maha. tauhou katoa i te haere noa ki te neke, ina whiriwhiri ratou. Ko tētahi o nga take matua neke iwi ki te wahi hou ko te hoki he mahi pai. It is a big decision for you and your family. Here are some things to consider and advice about how to move.

In the USA, people choose to move to a new city for many reasons. All newcomers have the freedom to move when they choose. One of the main reasons people move to a new place is for a better job. It is a big decision for you and your family. Here are some things to consider and advice about how to move.

Moving to a new city, photo copyright Adam Awad.
Photo courtesy of Adam Awad
Moving to a new city, photo copyright Adam Awad.
Photo courtesy of Adam Awad

Pātai ki te whakaaro e pā ana ki te aroaro o neke ki te pa hou

Questions to think about before moving to a new city

To help you decide whether moving is a good idea, take time to think about why you want to move and if you will be able to find better opportunities when you move. Teie te tahi mau pātai ka taea e koe te whakaaro e pā ana ki te aroaro o neke koe:

To help you decide whether moving is a good idea, take time to think about why you want to move and if you will be able to find better opportunities when you move. Here are some questions you can think about before you move:

pātai logistical

Logistical questions

  • He whare e wātea ana i roto i to koutou hapori hou?
  • Kia pehea te nui e te fare whare ranei te utu i roto i te pa hou?
  • Mahi e hiahia ana koe ki te hoko i te taonga me te tahi atu tūemi i roto i tou whare o nāianei / fare?
  • He reira transportation tūmatanui e hiahia ana koe ki te whiwhi raihana o te taraiwa ranei?
  • He reira Nonprofits e whakarato ratonga ki kaiheke ranei rerenga i roto i te hapori hou? You can use FindHello ki te kitea whakahaere i roto i to koutou pa hou.
  • He aha te mea te rangi rite i roto i to koutou hapori hou? E whai koe kakahu mo tenei taiao hou?
  • Is housing available in your new community?
  • How much will an apartment or house cost in the new city?
  • Do you need to sell the furniture and other items in your current house/apartment?
  • Is there public transportation or will you need to obtain a driver’s license?
  • Are there nonprofits that provide services to migrants or refugees in the new community? You can use FindHello to find organizations in your new city.
  • What is the weather like in your new community? Do you have clothes for this new environment?

pātai mahi

Work questions

  • He aha mahi e wātea ana i roto i te pa hou?
  • Ki te kei te fariiraa i koe he mahi no te mea utu reira atu, i whakaaro koe te utu o te ora i roto i taua pa hou?
  • Me pēhea koe e whakamutu koutou mahi o nāianei?
  • What jobs are available in the new city?
  • If you are accepting a job because it pays more, have you considered the cost of living in that new city?
  • How do you quit your current job?

pātai Mātauranga

Education questions

  • He mātauranga me te ESL akoranga pakeke e wātea ana i roto i to koutou hapori hou?
  • He aha te mea te kounga o te kura tūmatanui i roto i te hapori hou?
  • Are adult education and ESL courses available in your new community?
  • What is the quality of the public schools in the new community?

pātai Whānau me hoa

Family and friends questions

  • E whai koe utuafare e aore hoa i roto i te hapori hou? E taea ki te noho ki a ratou kia koe?
  • E mohio ana koe tetahi atu i roto i te hapori hou? Pehea e tutaki koe hoa ki te āwhina ia koe?
  • Will you have childcare in the new community? Aha e utu i te reira?
  • Do you have family or friends in the new community? Will you be able to stay with them?
  • Do you know anyone else in the new community? How will you meet friends to help you?
  • Will you have childcare in the new community? What will it cost?

mea nui ki te mahi ina neke koe

Important things to do when you move

If you do decide to go to another place and are not sure how to move, make sure to do the following:

If you do decide to go to another place and are not sure how to move, make sure to do the following:

1) Ki te mea ko koe te rerenga, kia mohio ki te korero i tō caseworker e haere koe ki te neke.

1) If you are a refugee, be sure to tell your caseworker you are going to move.

2) Ki te whai koe i te riihi i runga i to koutou fare, kia tino whai koe i te ture o te riihi. pea Me koe ki te hoatu i tō kairetiwhare i te iti rawa 30 kite ra i roto i te tikanga ki te tiki i hoki tou tāpui haumarutanga. I runga i te wahi o te pepa, tuhituhi e ka neke koe, me te haina i te reira ki tou ingoa, me te rā.

2) If you have a lease on your apartment, make sure you follow the rules of the lease. You probably need to give your landlord at least 30 days notice in order to get back your security deposit. On a piece of paper, write that you will move and sign it with your name and the date.

3) Kōnae i te he huringa o te puka wāhitau ki US Raraunga me Immigration Ratonga na roto i te tā i tēnei puka, me te tuku īmēra ki a USCIS. taea hoki e koe complete the form online.

3) File a a change of address form with US Citizenship and Immigration Services by printing this form and mailing it to USCIS. You can also complete the form online.

4) Me hoki koe ki te huri i tō wāhitau ki te tari pou US. Me koe ki te mahi i tenei ki kia tino manako ki a koutou i tetahi pepa nui mēra ranei. Ka taea e koe te rānei te whakamahi i te puka online, ranei ka taea e koe te haere ki te tari pou rohe, me te whakaoti i te puka. Ki te mahi koe i reira ipurangi, kia koe e whakatupato $1 ki te whakamatau i tō ID mā te whakamahi i te kāri nama nama ranei. Ki te mahi koe i reira i te tari pou, e hiahia ana koe ki te kawe mai ID ki a koutou, pērā i raihana o te taraiwa, engari i reira ka kia kore tiaki.

4) You also need to change your address with the US post office. You need to do this to make sure you receive any important papers or mail. You can either use the online form, or you can go to a local post office and complete the form. If you do it online, you will be charged $1 to prove your ID by using a credit or debit card. If you do it at the post office, you will need to bring ID with you, such as a driver’s license, but there will be no charge.

5) Ki te whai koe i taonga e kore e taea e koe te kawe ki a koutou, tamata ki te hoko i te reira. Ka taea e whai e koe te hoko karati.

5) If you have furniture you cannot bring with you, try to sell it. You can have a garage sale.

6) Mea atu ki tetahi hoa kua hanga e koe e e neke koe. kia mohio ratou te tangata i roto i te pa hou e taea te āwhina ia koutou. Me hoatu e koe a ratou tou wāhitau tau waea, me te īmēra, me ui hoki ratou i roto i te take e hiahia ana te tauturu koe i muri i neke koe.

6) Tell any friends you have made that you are moving. They might know someone in the new city who can help you. Make sure you give them your phone number and email address and ask for theirs in case you need help after you move.

7) Ki te taea, kitea te wahi ki te ora i roto i to koutou pa hou i mua i te neke koe. Ka taea e koe te rangahau wahi i runga i Craigslist. Ko, e NOT hoatu moni tangata i roto i Craigslist. Taria ra ano ka taea e kite koe i te fare tangata i roto i.

7) If possible, find a place to live in your new city before you move. You can research places on Craigslist. But, do NOT give anyone money through Craigslist. Wait until you can see the apartment in person.

8) Ki te hiahia koe i te tauturu ranei kahore e tino aha ki te mahi i, taea e koe īmēra tatou a ka tamata tatou ki te āwhina i te whakahoki kupu o koutou pātai.

8) If you need help or are not sure what to do, you can email us and we will try to help answer your questions.

9) If you are receiving any benefits from your state (pērā i te moni, pane kai, hauora ranei), you will have to re-apply for all of these benefits if you move to a new state. It will be up to the new state to decide what benefits you will receive.

9) If you are receiving any benefits from your state (such as cash, food stamps, or healthcare), you will have to re-apply for all of these benefits if you move to a new state. It will be up to the new state to decide what benefits you will receive.

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