Moving overseas is something that can be easier said than done, as it is a very different scenario to just moving locally. The timeline and effort involved in completing the international relocation process is considerably more complicated, and there are different kinds of service providers that can suit different requirements.
The first thing that you need to do is to consolidate the items that you absolutely have to move with you and then seek out a professional moving company that fits with those requirements. While checking on international moving companies you will also need to check out the documents of the carrier and do some research to learn about their valuation coverage, protection policy and how you are affected by it.
If you were making a local move then you would probably have bought your own moving supplies; however, this is not really advisable for international moves and it is a much better idea to let the professionals do the packing for you. Your items are going to have to stay together for a much longer period of time than would be the case with a local move and these items also have to withstand being handled by ship or air cargo staff.
Many people fail to take an itemized inventory when moving overseas. It is also a good idea to check whether certain items might be cheaper to simply buy anew in the new country rather than have to pay for the expense of shipping them over.