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Christopher Stender is an immigration attorney based in San Francisco who has been serving the Phoenix-based Federal Immigration Counselors Arizona as a partner since 2011. Beyond his work in immigration law, Christopher Stender enjoys traveling, and he has been to has been to countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Costa Rica, and Spain

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Tips for Packing Light While Traveling

  1. 1. CHRISTOPHER STENDER Tips for Packing Light While Traveling
  2. 2. Introduction  Christopher Stender is an immigration attorney based in San Francisco who has been serving the Phoenix-based Federal Immigration Counselors Arizona as a partner since 2011. Beyond his work in immigration law, Christopher Stender enjoys traveling, and he has been to has been to countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Costa Rica, and Spain. Packing light can be difficult, but whether traveling to nearby states or another country, learning to how to is fundamental to prevent overpacking. Here are a few tips for packing lighter: Make a packing list To ensure sure you don't forget valuable items, consider making a packing list of things to bring along while planning your trip. You can further separate the list into two sections: essential and unnecessary.
  3. 3. Packing Light  Roll clothes instead of folding Since clothes take up the most space in your bag, you can save room by rolling them up and enclosing them into vacuum-sealed packets. This also prevents crease marks caused by folding and the need for ironing. Don't pack for "just in case" scenarios Most people bring items in case of specific scenarios, but frequently don’t use them during the trip, if at all. Some of these include raincoats, umbrellas, an extra pair of shoes, and unnecessary clothing items.

Christopher Stender is an immigration attorney based in San Francisco who has been serving the Phoenix-based Federal Immigration Counselors Arizona as a partner since 2011. Beyond his work in immigration law, Christopher Stender enjoys traveling, and he has been to has been to countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Costa Rica, and Spain

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