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How to Get a Second Working Holiday Visa for Australia? Simple Guidelines.

Posted on Sep 5, 2014 in 2 year Australian Working Holiday visa, Australia, Backpacking | Viewed 12 times

 Your First Working Holiday Visa is going to expire soon? Fear Not! Look at These Useful Tips How to Extend Your Stay in Australia? I’m sure we all share the same passion for Australia and this is because it’s one of the best destinations in the world. Aussies also seem to love Backpackers as they were enabled to stay an extra year longer in the...

From Madrid to Sydney

Posted on Sep 4, 2014 in Australia, Living Abroad, Migration News, Study Abroad, Work & Holiday, Work in Australia, Working Abroad | Viewed 35 times

A reciprocal work and holiday visa agreement was signed yesterday between Australia and Spain. It will allow 500 young people from both countries to head overseas on a holiday and be allowed to work or study. It will also give them a great opportunity to discover a new culture and exchange experience. It’s slightly different from the...

Overseas Migration will Continue to Increase Until 2016

Posted on Sep 3, 2014 in Australia, Australian Immigration, Living Abroad, Migration News, Study Abroad, Work in Australia, Working Abroad, Working Holiday Visa | Viewed 20 times

The Immigration Department in Australia expects that the overseas migration will reach about 250,000 by the end of September and will continue to increase by 2016. This forecast takes into account the number of visa grants as well as data from official sources about the Australian and World economic growth. It also counts the immigration policies...

Most UK Contractors Want to Work Abroad

Posted on Sep 2, 2014 in Working Abroad | Viewed 12 times

 According to a research carried out by an international recruiter, 77% of all UK contractors are willing to work abroad. As one of the top reasons they cited the higher take-home pay. Another reason is the better work-life balance and almost 44% simply wanted to experience working and living abroad. Although for some of these guys the higher...

What You Should Know Before Travelling to Australia

Posted on Aug 26, 2014 in Australia, Australian Immigration, Backpacking, Living Abroad | Viewed 72 times

 Look at these simple tips and be prepared for the mysterious land Down Under! The sun is stronger in Australia. It’s good to be prepared unless you want to burn out badly. The traffic flow is on the left-hand side of the road but vehicles with the drivers’ controls on either the left or the right are lawful. If you think there are kangaroos...

Top Employers are Trying to Plug the Skills Shortage in Ireland

Posted on Aug 25, 2014 in Ireland, Migration News, Working Abroad | Viewed 22 times

 About 50% more work permits were issued to non-nationals in Ireland for the first seven months of 2014. A lot of the work permits were issued in the ICT sector.   There’s an extremely high demand of experienced IT specialists in the country at the moment because a huge number of these professionals left Ireland during the downturn and there’s a...

200,000 Visitors Arrived in New Zealand Last Month

Posted on Aug 21, 2014 in Migration News, New Zealand, New Zealand immigration | Viewed 13 times

 The number of international tourists travelling to New Zealand reached a new high in July this year. Almost 200,000 visitors arrived in New Zealand last month compared to 183,000 in July 2013. While more people visited New Zealand, less Kiwis travelled abroad this year – 233,100 travelled overseas which is 2 % compared to July 2013. 41,000...

First Canadian Entrepreneur Start-up Visas Approved

Posted on Aug 20, 2014 in Canada, Canadian Immigration, Investor Visa, Migration News | Viewed 16 times

 This is the first visa program of that type in the world and the Canadian Government strongly encourages all provinces to support any young entrepreneurs wanting to set up a business in the country. Foreign entrepreneurs willing to grasp this opportunity need to meet certain criteria: secure significant investment from one of the designated...

Australia’s Economy is Still Healthy

Posted on Aug 19, 2014 in Australia, Working Abroad | Viewed 11 times

 The Australian Bureau of Statistics released the national accounts which show that Australian economic figures still look optimistic. The mining sector is still booming! Mining is still bringing one of the highest percents towards the annual growth – well in front of the insurance and finance sectors. There are not so many new mines in Australia...

Melbourne and Auckland are the Friendliest Cities in the World for 2014

Posted on Aug 18, 2014 in Australia, New Zealand | Viewed 24 times

A new survey shows that Melbourne and Auckland are the friendliest cities in the world for 2014. Melbourne is called ‘the Australian capital of cool’ and ‘one of the classiest cities in the world’ and the people of Auckland are praised for their ‘wonderful sense of humour’ and attitude to life. Australia and New Zealand are named to be the best...

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