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Australia
Information on import of second hand vehicles into Australia (Updated 31/03/2017) - Asbestos Vehicle Update, and Asbestos Declaration

United Kingdom
Very Important Communication:
UK regulations for duty free importation of used household goods have changed. As of 1 April 2017, if you are importing a duty-free shipment into the United Kingdom you (we cannot do it on your behalf), are required to follow the UK Customs process to apply for, and receive, a UK Customs ToR Unique Authorisation Code which is required before shipping your goods to the UK.
 
A separate UK Customs ToR Unique Authorisation Code is required for each shipment to the UK so if you have a sea shipment and an air shipment then an application and number is required for each shipment.
 
To avoid extra charges that will occur if official procedures are not followed the UK Customs advise that the UK Customs ToR Unique Authorisation Code should be applied for and received before you ship your goods. This application procedure is supposed to take 10-14 business days but in busy periods it may take UK Customs longer to process. We recommend to avoid any extra storage charges at origin and issues with Customs in the UK please apply well in advance of the packing date so we have the information before packing.
 
Please read the attachment named "UK Customs Procedures on Personal Property Imports" so you understand your obligations under the UK Customs regulations.
 
Link to UK Customs ToR Unique Authorisation Code application site

You are also required by UK Customs to supply an estimated current market value (depreciated value) of the goods being imported into the United Kingdom for customs clearance purposes. 

Information about Singapore

AngloInfo Singapore – Your first stop for information about living and working in Singapore.

An Expat in Singapore – News and resourceful information about living in Singapore.

ExpatChoice.Asia - Asia's first rate and review site for all things in Singapore!

Local Expat Social Organisations & Clubs

ANZA - Australia and New Zealand Association

AAS – American Association Singapore

The British Association of Singapore

The British Club

International Chambers of Commerce

AmCham – American Chamber of Commerce

AustCham – The Australian Chamber of Commerce

BritCham – British Chamber of Commerce

FCCS – French Chamber of Commerce Singapore

AHK - German Chamber of Commerce Singapore

EuroCham – European Chamber of Commerce Singapore

NZCC – New Zealand Chamber of Commerce

Singapore Government Sites

Ministry of Manpower – Visa & immigration information for Singapore

e-Citizen – Useful information about life in Singapore

Family Medical Care

Complete Healthcare International (CHI) – run by an Australian General Practitioner, for all your families healthcare needs.

Lifestyle & Entertainment

Survival Chic – a Lifestyle Membership for busy Expats in Singapore, offering special prices for fine dining at top restaurants & VIP invitations to the best Singapore events.

Boomarang Bar & Bistro - a café, bar & bistro which proudly serves fresh, authentic Australian cuisine as well as being one of the best places in Singapore to watch sport.

ExpatGiving - Volunteer opportunities for expats in Singapore. 

LittleSteps - Keeping kids and parents in the know and on the go.