NEWS 18 August 2022
As a part of Aspire Mobility Group’s Sustainability and Environmental Program we are proud to announce our new Peugeot E-208 car. This new car allows our Relocation Consultants to drive our Clients on various home searches, settling-in, preview trips, local registration, etc., in a 100% zero-emissions car. The Peugeot E-208 is 100% electric and has a new increased range that allows us to drive 362 km on a single charge. The car allows us to be safe and sustainable for our Clients and their esteemed employees.
NEWS 1 April 2022
Virksomhedens Relocation-afdeling har stor aktivitet og søger derfor en Relocation-konsulent til vores team i København.
NEWS 1 March 2022
In order to be granted a residence and work permit based on salaried work in Denmark, it is a requirement that the foreign national’s employment corresponds to Danish standards for salary and terms of employment.
NEWS 10 February 2022
Aspire Mobility Group is proud to announce we have completed the FIDI/FAIM annual internal audit for 2022 successfully. We are committed to continuing to service our Clients with the Excellent Quality Service they expect.
NEWS 9 June 2021
We are very excited to have added Lisbeth Huge to our Moving Services Team. We welcome Lisbeth and her vast experience within the Moving Industry.
NEWS 23 April 2021
At Aspire Mobility we take Environmental Protection very seriously. To demonstrate our efforts we have been re-certified for the ISO 14001:2015 for 2021-2024. You can read more about our efforts here.
NEWS 8 March 2021
Aspire Mobility Group A/S in its continued efforts to deliver the Highest Quality Moves has been certified again for 2021.
NEWS 27 October 2020
Please find our latest updates regarding entry into Denmark here.
NEWS 30 June 2020
On 22 June, President Trump issued a proclamation in response to the pandemic's economic impact and in line with the administration's hiring American policies that suspend the entry of new H-1B, L-1, J-1 and H-2B nonimmigrants, and their spouses and children, with limited exceptions. The proclamation also extends the existing suspension of entries of certain immigrants. The proclamation took effect on 24 June and will expire on 31 December 2020. Beyond the restrictions on entries, it also orders the Department of Homeland Security to issue regulations that may make it more difficult for H-1Bs or EB-2 and EB-3 green card categories to be sponsored by an employer.