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A Reminder from Collegiate Movers to Update Your Personal Information when Moving

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Updated 1:00 AM CDT, Tue, October 22,2019

Roanoke, VA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/22/2019 -- With so many things to remember when moving, so many crucial aspects can fall through the cracks. An element that cannot be overlooked is updating information with a new address. Collegiate Movers, the best movers in Roanoke, VA, is committed to a smooth transition for every client and wants to remind everyone of what to update when relocating to a new home.

Most places are going to have the previous address still on file, so any legal documents and registrations that still need to be updated should be updated at least a couple weeks before moving day. This includes driver's licenses, voter registrations, and passports. It will be more of a hassle trying to get it changed after realizing that it's invalid than having the issue squared away before the big move.

If there are important items in the mail that are usually sent to an old address, such as bills or magazine subscriptions, the mailing address should be changed immediately. As obvious as it might sound, it's a common thing that is often overlooked and can result in missed payments in some instances. Speaking of bills, don't forget to transfer utilities over to the new address!

While Collegiate Movers can't update addresses, they can transport any belongings to the new property safely and strategically. Regardless of if the need is for downsizing, cross-country moving, or a c ollege moving company in Blacksburg, VA, Collegiate Movers always delivers.

For a free estimate on commercial and residential moving, contact Collegiate Movers today.

About Collegiate Movers
For 30 years, Collegiate Movers has helped with both residential and commercial customers with professional moving and packing services. Based in Roanoke, VA, they always deliver whether the move is a couple of blocks away or across the country. They understand the value that belongings might have, so they take extra precautions to get them to the new destination in the same condition they left in. For more information, visit

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