It may be difficult to get certain things from home in Moscow. Imported goods often come with additional costs, so if there is something you will need lots of take it. Online shopping makes it easier for you to obtain goods from abroad as well, although again you will need to fork out a bit more on delivery, etc.
Check out the Expat Check List . It is an article that covers all the things people moving abroad should consider.
Coming from TX and planning to move to Moscow with my wife (she's a Russian and US citizen), my question is a little more difficult. The standard move is fine and we have almost everything setup. My question is this: coming from TX (yes, it's a US thing), I have my firearms and archery equipment (hunting and sports)….has anyone brought this type of equipment over and, if they have, what is needed for this? I've been trying to find info but it's not that easy or "plain and simple".
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