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Is Great Britain one of the Most Loved Countries?

Posted on Jul 31, 2014 in United Kingdom | Viewed 2 times

Perhaps, the UK is not the most attractive country in the world but it’s still in the top 5! Can you guess why? Of course, it’s a combination of factors – people, landscapes and countryside, cities, historical and cultural heritage, business environment, new technologies, infrastructure, good education institutions and many more. Cultural and...

The Top 10 Places in New Zealand You Shouldn’t Miss

Posted on Jul 28, 2014 in New Zealand, New Zealand Working Holiday, Travel Destinations | Viewed 10 times

New Zealand (Aotearoa) is called the ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’. It has also been known as ‘God’s Own Country’ and the ‘Paradise of the Pacific’. New Zealand is a land of stunning natural beauty: picturesque beaches, wonderful rivers and lakes, steep fiords and active volcanic zones, tempting pastures, forests and mountains. It’s a dream...

Tips for Backpackers

Posted on Jul 25, 2014 in Australia, Backpacking | Viewed 13 times

Going to Australia on a working holiday visa is not like a walk in the park. You might need to consider a few things beforehand. Look at the tips below: 1. Don’t try to organize everything too far in advance. It’s not needed to buy all possible guidebooks and to carry them along with you all the time. 2. Keep in touch. With so many internet cafes...

Why Choose Regional Australia?

Posted on Jul 18, 2014 in Australia, Australian Immigration | Viewed 19 times

 If you think of Regional Australia as a remote and isolated place, you are wrong! The face of Regional Australia has been changed now. The sustainability and future of Australia rely on the development of the regional areas. Rural Australia is a home for more than a third of Australian populations and generates 2/3 of its net export from...

Last News on Immigration

Posted on Jul 15, 2014 in Migration News | Viewed 66 times

Australia From the 1st of July, the skills assessments used for permanent visa applications are only valid for a period of 3 years from the date of issue. Australia makes it easier for the Sponsorship visa holders who want to get permanent residence under the Employer Nomination Scheme or Regional Sponsored Migration program to meet the prior...

ENTREPRENEUR VISAS FOR THE UK ARE TO BE CUT BACK

Posted on Jul 11, 2014 in Investor Visa, United Kingdom | Viewed 12 times

The British government announced yesterday that they are taking serious measures to stop migrants getting entrepreneur visas under false pretences. Immigration Minister James Brokenshire said that the tax records has shown that people on expiring student visas who then get entrepreneur visas have not gone to set up their own business. The Home...

Have you been to Australia? What do you miss the most?

Posted on Jul 8, 2014 in Australia | Viewed 11 times

Various Cuisine – Australians don’t have their own cuisine but you can eat just whatever you want Down Under. You can try meals from all continents which is not possible anywhere else in the world. Sporting Events – What Australians are really proud of is organizing sporting events. In Australia, opposite to many other countries, people sit close...

Did You Know These Facts for July 4th?

Posted on Jul 4, 2014 in Celebrations and Holidays, USA | Viewed 16 times

1.The fist Independence Day celebration took place in Philadelphia in 1776. 2. The first official 4th of July party was held at the White House in 1801. 3. The population of the United States in 1776 was about 2.5 million, spread around 13 states. Now, the population is more than 318 million, spread throughout the 50 states, the District of...

New Zealand Migration Rose to its Highest in More than a Decade!

Posted on Jul 3, 2014 in Migration News | Viewed 23 times

According to the New Zealand Statistics, more than 36,400 people were granted resident status by May 14, which is the highest since November 2013! The Government expects the figures to increase to more than 38,000 by September. Another 3,980 migrants were seasonally adjusted in May while approx. 200 left for Australia in April. Overseas trips by...

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