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The big move is complete. You’ve started to settle in to one of the new homes in New Orleans LA, even if there are a few boxes still to be unpacked and you’re still deciding on furniture placement. With the worst of it behind you, there are still certain tasks that you need to take care of right away, especially if you’ve moved to a new city or state. Rules, regulations, and even costs can vary from city and state, so be prepared, and don’t put things off for too long.
You’ve probably already started updating addresses before you moved, but if you were taking advantage of mail forwarding, make sure you update family members, banks, emergency contacts, credit cards, and similar important people and businesses.
One thing to do right away, as much as no one enjoys it, is a trip to the DMV to register your vehicles. You’ll need new tags, a license plate, and a registration card, because if you don’t have them, you could risk a fine and potentially a day in court. Don’t forget to also update your car insurance, which can vary considerably from state to state. Be prepared to check different rates and find your best option.
Hopefully your health insurance is already sorted out. However, once you move, it’s time to look for new family doctors and dentists. Check their ratings, but also try to get personal recommendations, if possible. Plus, the earlier you do this, the lower the risk of needing to find someone in an emergency.
With elections coming up, you should also register to vote. Fortunately, that can be done online or you can download a form and mail it to your county election office or the secretary of state.
Of course, if you have children entering new schools, make sure they have all of the necessary paperwork, shots, and anything else they may require. It’s also a good time to check on sports and other activities they may want to join.
Finally, spend some time getting to know your immediate neighbors. Take them some cookies or just make a point of introducing yourself and saying hi. If they seem open to a chat, feel free to ask them for recommendations of local restaurants, grocery stores, and other attractions close to the community’s homes in New Orleans LA. You’ll soon feel like you’ve truly settled into your community as you find favorite new attractions and are waving to your new neighbors.
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