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As a world-class city that attracts new residents from across the globe, the District makes moving here–and feeling at home–simple and convenient.
 
Find parks, shopping and just about everything you’ll need to settle into your new home.
 
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Find the information you need as a new resident, including voter registration, tax forms, permits, and government listings.
 
DC offers top-notch public schools, innovative charter schools and world-class universities.
 
Whether it’s by plane, train, bus, or car, Washington is easy to get to and around.
 
From a gift shop to a nonprofit, the District makes it easy to start a new business.
 
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