Orientation program

This service helps you to understand what the move to the new destination will mean for the transferee, as well as the advantages of the new location. It identifies from the very beginning the main aspects to take into account in order to reduce the total cost of the relocation. We give you advice and assistance so that you can make decisions based on objective, concrete and real data.


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This program of services includes a visit accompanied by a Campussing assistant who has specific knowledge of the area where you will be located. Each visit will be tailored to the interests of the displaced person and his/her family. The orientation service includes everything that the displaced person and his/her family, if traveling with him/her, need to know in order to live, study or work in the new destination. We offer you with this program a global vision of the new location from the very first moment.


Services included:
– Accompanied visit to the area with the displaced person.
– Information of the area and its areas and facilities.
– Analysis of the real estate offer.
– Identification from the beginning of the main aspects to take into account in order to reduce the total cost of the relocation.
– Advice and assistance to help the transferee to make decisions.
– Appropriate management of expectations.
– Analysis of school and educational options according to needs.
– Advice on aspects of daily life.


Once you sign up for this service and your request is formalized, your Campussing assistant will contact you to get started, plan and guide you with any questions you may have regarding the necessary mobility processes. We will inform you about the documentation you will need to have ready for your mobility, and where and how to request the ones you do not have. If we need documentation exclusively for the correct execution of the contracted service, you must provide it to us so that we can assist you in time and form.


  • Beneficiary service in Spanish and English.
  •  The attention will be provided during Spanish office hours from Monday to Friday.
  • The response to consultations will be given within a maximum of 24 hours.
  • Expenses for the formalization of insurance, visas or others are not included.
  • Your mobility assistant, at your request, may ask you to make an internal inquiry so that Campussing can advance the payment of a file management fee, such as the payment of an immigration fee, the advance payment of a deposit to formalize an accommodation, an insurance or others… and provided that there is a written agreement between the parties, that is to say between the “Client” (you) and Campussing. In the event that Campussing agrees to make a payment in advance on behalf of the person on the move, and always in order to expedite a service, the client agrees to reimburse Campussing for the mobility allowance at the agreed time and in the agreed manner.
  • Alternatively, the interested party or institution must advance as a provision of funds the agreed amount that corresponds to its formalization.
  • The beneficiary will be provided with an email address for direct contact with the Campussing assistant and a Campussing contact telephone number for emergencies.


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