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Essentials for All New Melbournians

Posted on May 27, 2015 in Australia, Living Abroad, Migration News, Work in Australia | Viewed 149 times

Melbourne – One of the best cities to live in the world, nations from all over the world, colourful, vibrant, crazy, beautiful, welcoming. From Airport to city – When you first arrive at the Tullamarine Melbourne airport and you don’t have somebody to pick you up you can use Sky Bus. It operates 24/7 and is every 15 minutes from and to Airport....

How to Get Your Trade Qualifications Recognised in Australia?

Posted on May 18, 2015 in Australia, Australian Immigration, Migration News, Work in Australia | Viewed 40 times

There is a number of Australian visas  requiring recognition of your overseas trade qualifications in order to meet the Australian standards. We’ve summarized below some of the most frequently asked questions everyone is interested in: Do I actually need skills assessment before I get my Australian skilled migrant visa? Yes, you do need it. In...

US Work and Tourist Visas – A Short Guide

Posted on May 11, 2015 in Migration News, USA | Viewed 48 times

For those of you hoping to move to the US permanently, the Green Card and permanent residency are definitely the best approach. But keep in mind there are numerous alternative visa options for you to go and settle there. Travel Visa If you are Irish or UK passport holder a citizen of one of the visa exempt countries, you may travel to the United...

The 7 Biggest Working Abroad Mistakes

Posted on Apr 28, 2015 in Working Abroad | Viewed 148 times

The decision to look for a work abroad is a big one, it might even be the decision of your life, so you need to look at every step carefully, considering factors like cultural differences, social lifestyle, climate etc. So, what are the biggest blunders you should try to avoid? No. 1 – Not being aware of the local employment legislation, income...

What’s New on the Australian 457 Business Sponsorship visa?

Posted on Apr 21, 2015 in Australia, Australian Immigration, Work in Australia | Viewed 128 times

There are few changes on the 457 Business Sponsorship Visa that came into effect recently. 1. English Language Requirement. Although the Government didn’t support expanding the list of nationalities exempt from English language test, there are still good news. In addition to IELTS and OET, the Australian government starts accepting TOEFL iBT,...

Australian Skilled Migrant Visa – Current Update

Posted on Apr 6, 2015 in Australia, Australian Immigration | Viewed 105 times

The waiting time for the Expression of Interest (EOI) applications lodged in January 2015 was two weeks. Because of the larger number of EOIs lodged between December 2014 and March 2015 it is expected that their processing will take a little bit longer. The occupational quota for ICT Business and System Analysts has already been reached, which...

5 Myths About Australian Working Holiday Visa

Posted on Apr 2, 2015 in Australia, Australia Working Holiday | Viewed 268 times

Australian Working Holiday visa is one of the most popular visas among the young people. Australia has currently working holiday arrangements with 20 countries, allowing their passport holders aged between 18 and 30 to spend one year in the country with a limited permission to work up to 6 months in any one job. There’s a lot of information on...

What Industries are Hiring in Australia in 2015?

Posted on Mar 25, 2015 in Australia, Migration News | Viewed 130 times

Looking for job opportunities in Australia? Check this research with the top industries looking to hire in Australia. Construction Sector – a grow of 8 % is expected in the building trades by 2018. And the demand is not only in the big cities but all across the country. Building trades including: bricklayers, electricians, plasterers, drainers,...

Moving to Canada – What You Need to Know

Posted on Mar 19, 2015 in Canada, Canadian Immigration, Living Abroad | Viewed 90 times

People usually immigrate to Canada for various reasons – some hope to find a better paid job and lower costs of living, others want to gain overseas experience and get in touch with the multicultural environment in the country, third are attracted by the beautiful scenery. Canada is one of the countries accepting most immigrants from all around...

5 TIPS FOR MOVING ABROAD WITH CHILDREN

Posted on Mar 16, 2015 in Living Abroad | Viewed 56 times

  If you plan to relocate abroad and you have kids, you need to discuss this with them long before you take the final decision. Regardless of the circumstances, children of all ages will need preparation. You need to listen to their point as they might have the same fears and expectation as you do. Here are some basic tips to help you...

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