Teva supports only required documentation for the intended assignment duration and will not provide financial assistance towards the acquisition of permanent resident status or documentation.
If necessary, to help you become familiar with the assignment location, house hunting trip of up to 5 days will be authorized for you and your spouse and 3 children. During this time, you will receive a per diem in accordance with the Teva Business Travel policy to cover reasonable costs of meals and incidentals. Ground transportation, lodging and air travel (booked at least 14 days in advance via the most direct route) will be provided in accordance with The Teva Travel policy. Reimbursement must be claimed via your usual home country travel expense process.
SHIPMENT OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Teva provides assistance with the shipment of personal effects, as well as the cost of packing, loading, inland transportation, and customs or import duties up to established limits.
For immediate needs, excess baggage is reimbursed. Household goods may be shipped via sea or overland container.
Excess Baggage Limits (Unaccompanied and Accompanied)
Three (3) excess bags for each relocating family member.
Surface Shipment Limits (Accompanied only)
40 ft. (68 m³) container for assignees with a total family size of 4 or greater.
Teva insures against damage to or losses from the goods shipment, exclusive of those items not approved for shipment up to limits established by the shipping provider.
Storage (Unaccompanied and Accompanied)
Teva provides temporary storage support in cases where your household goods shipment arrives in the receiving location before permanent housing is available (e.g. during the temporary living period). Any other storage needs in your home country or in your host country is your responsibility.
Pets (Unaccompanied and Accompanied)
Teva does not cover pet shipment costs.
All approved costs will be paid directly by Tevas global relocation provider.
Please note that Teva does not cover costs for the shipment of items restricted by the government or other regulations, or any items that are excessively large, high value, or perishable, or that require special care. The following is a representative list (this list does not include all prohibited items): alcohol, appliances, automobiles, boats, building materials/shop equipment, firearms/ammunition, furs/jewelry/fine art/antiques, hot tubs, lawnmowers, motorcycles, pianos, plants, and RVs/campers.