Las Vegas Relocation Guide
For first-timers, moving can be a pain in the neck. After all, you have to organize your possessions for proper packing. Therefore, you must have a solid plan in place. Even after proper packing, chances are that you might end up making some costly mistakes. For example, if you don't pack your favorite stuff, you may have to repent later on. Therefore, we are going to help you avoid some common moving mistakes. Let's find out more.

5 Common Moving Mistakes That You May Want to Avoid

1. Procrastination Putting off responsibilities and wasting time procrastinating is a common mistake. But all of us are humans. Therefore, we take things for granted at times. If you just keep procrastinating and don't set a deadline, you may get in trouble. You don't want your stress level to continue to rise. So, if you start on time, you can manage things more easily.
2. Not hiring movers Another common mistake is to do everything yourself and ignore the importance of hiring a reputable professional mover. Since professionals are trained in this department, they can take care of everything you possess in a professional manner. Therefore, you may want to do your research and hire the services of the best provider out there. The idea is to ensure the professional can cover your needs without breaking the bank. Although it will cost you a bit of time, you can at least hire the best provider.
3. Going in without a plan Among all of the common mistakes, this one is the most serious. If you don't have a plan, you may end up forgetting something crucial. Therefore, proper planning should be part of your research, especially if you are going to move to another state. You don't want any financial issues to arise. The moment you have decided that you want to move, you should start getting ready. We suggest that you install your desired apps on your smartphone.
4. Not taking inventory Make sure you create an inventory, which will take some time. But make sure that you don't ignore this step. If you take inventory, it will be much easier for you to go through all other aspects of the Moon.
5. Keeping everything you own You will be able to go through this stuff if you avoid the previous mistake. As a matter of fact, clustering is the most essential step of this process. During this cleanup process, you will find that many of the items are just sitting out there occupying space. You don't use these items. So, if you keep these items, you will get no benefit. In fact, it will cause you to waste your time energy, and money. So, we suggest that you get rid of these unwanted items as soon as you can. You can organize a yard sale to get rid of these items. You can also sell them on Craigslist and eBay if you know how to.

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• Clark County School District

The Clark County School District (CCSD) has always placed a strong emphasis on providing its students with a great education. Today, CCSD and its schools continue to win national recognition and awards. The current enrollment in CCSD exceeds 320,000 students. CCSD services a very large area, including Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City, Indian Springs, Mesquite, Laughlin, Searchlight, Sandy Valley, and rural areas in Clark County.

As of 2017, by number of students, CCSD is the 6th largest school district in the United States. In terms of size, CCSD ranks 24th in the US at almost 7,900 square miles. If you took out all 17 of the top 25 largest school districts in Alaska, the first five largest districts in the US, would all be in Nevada and CCSD would be ranked 7th in size behind one district in Oregon. 351 schools are in CCSD: 216 elementary schools, 59 middle schools, 49 high schools, 19 alternative schools, and 8 special schools. CCSD is also the 2nd largest employer in the State of Nevada.

Children between the ages of six and 17 years are required by Nevada law to attend school. Under a new state law, to enter first grade, a child must either attend a state-approved kindergarten program or pass a development test. Picking the right school for your child is of utmost importance. From kindergarten through college graduation in Las Vegas, here are some valuable tips and information that apply to parents and students.

• Enrollment

Children must be five years old on or before September 30th to enroll in kindergarten in CCSD. When enrolling your child in school, you must have two forms of proof of residence (utility bill, lease/rent receipt, sales contract, etc.), the child’s official identification records (original certified birth certificate, passport, or certified birth card), and immunization records. Any previous school records showing placement in special classes or programs, a recent report card showing the name and address of their former school, their most recent achievement test scores, and/or any

certified official information about special health conditions will expedite the enrollment process and ensure proper placement.

Colleges in Las Vegas & Southern Nevada

The Art Institute of Las Vegas Anthem Institute The Carrington College College of Southern Nevada Devry University Henderson Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Everest College Henderson Campus International Academy of Design & Technology The International Culinary School International Institute of Management ITT Technical Institute - Las Vegas Campus ITT Technical Institute - North Las Vegas Campus Kaplan College The Learning Center Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts

National University Nevada - Henderson Campus and Summerlin Online Info Ctr. Nevada Career Institute Nevada State College Nova Southeastern University’s Abraham S. Fischler School of Education Pima Medical Institute Professional Institute of Technology Lv - Pita Regis University Roseman University of Health Sciences Sierra Nevada College Touro University - Nevada University of Nevada School of Medicine University of Nevada, Las Vegas University of Oklahoma - Satellite Campus , Nellis Air Force Base University of Phoenix - Satellite Campus



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• Driver’s License and Vehicle Registration

To get a Nevada driver’s license, you must relinquish your out-of-state license, take an eye exam, pass the written exam, and pay a $26 fee ($18.25 if you are 65 or older). Most Nevada driver’s licenses are valid for 8 years and cost $42.25. New residents and people who move from one part of the valley to another have 30 days to transfer out-of-state licenses and/or change their address on file.

• Registering Your Car

To register your car in Clark County, you must pass a smog check exam from a certified inspection station; new cars and electric vehicles are exempt. Necessary documents for registration of

all newly-owned cars include title (unless held by a lien holder), a vehicle inspection certificate

from the DMV, an Evidence of Insurance card that is valid in the State of Nevada, an odometer reading, and your license plates. Documents required for cars that are not new also include a

smog certificate and the vehicle’s current registration certificate. There are two exceptions in this process: The first is if you are renewing your registration and the second is if you already live in Southern Nevada and are purchasing a used car that has been sold only by dealerships in the State of Nevada. For the newly-purchased used vehicle, you will need title, the VIN (vehicle identification number), license plates, an odometer reading, and evidence of insurance. If you are renewing your registration, all you need to do is pass a smog exam and record an odometer reading. If you qualify for either of those exceptions, you can skip the tedious and inconvenient task of visiting the DMV and register or renew your car’s registration online.

• Insurance Information

Nevada law requires drivers to carry vehicle insurance that is issued by a state-licensed insurance agency. The minimum requirements are insurance that covers $15,000 for injuries, $30,000 per person in one accident for vehicle damage, and $10,000 for property damage. You must always keep a proof of insurance card in your vehicle. The fine for driving without proof of insurance in your vehicle can be as high as $500.