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Israel is the Latest Country to Sign a Work and Holiday Agreement with Australia

Posted on Oct 24, 2014 in Australia, Migration News, Work & Holiday | Viewed 5 times

This agreement will give the opportunity to 500 young Israelis and Australians age between 18 and 30 to enter each others country on a work and holiday visa. The successful candidates should meet the age requirements and have no children travelling with them. They can travel and work temporary for a year, provided that the job lasts no longer...

Studying Abroad – A Complete Guide

Posted on Oct 22, 2014 in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Study Abroad, United Kingdom | Viewed 21 times

Studying abroad is a life-changing experience and probably one of the most rewarding things you can do for yourself. Top 6 Reasons to Choose Studying Abroad? It’s an opportunity to get to know other cultures. It’s an opportunity to travel a lot. It’s an opportunity to better learn a language. It’s an opportunity to gain life experience. It’s an...

US Green Card Lottery (DV-2016) Will End Up in November. Hurry Up and Participate Now.

Posted on Oct 20, 2014 in USA | Viewed 27 times

The new Edition of the US Green Card Lottery (DV-2016) began on the 1st of October and will be available until 3rd of November 2014. It will give an opportunity to 50,000 applicants to get a lawful permanent residence visa for the US. There are simple but strict eligibility criteria in order to qualify. The winners are selected through a random...

The Canadian Express Entry will replace the Federal Skilled Visa in less than 3 months

Posted on Oct 17, 2014 in Canada, Canadian Immigration, Migration News, Working Abroad | Viewed 49 times

As VisaFirst already informed you earlier, the Occupation list for the Canadian Federal Skilled visa has been updated on 1 May 2014. There has been a cap of 25,000 new applications set, including 500 applications from PhD students. All 50 occupations on the list have been further restricted by a sub-cap of 1,000 places per occupation. Of course,...

Streamline Processing of 457 Visas Next Year

Posted on Oct 15, 2014 in Australia, Migration News, Work in Australia | Viewed 55 times

The Australian government announced changes on two visa programs taking effect next year – the sponsorship visa (subclass 457) and the investor visa. Sponsorship visa (457 subclass) Generally, it should become easier for the business to hire overseas workers on a sponsorship visa. The processing of all three parts – sponsorship,...

Working and Living Abroad – A Complete Guide

Posted on Oct 14, 2014 in Living Abroad, Travel, Working Abroad | Viewed 37 times

Today the world has become a global village and we are all free to choose where to live, study or work. Although it’s usually a rewarding experience, living abroad might be stressful if you haven’t considered all risks and responsibilities in advance.   Make a Research Before you buy a ticket or accept a job offer from an employer abroad,...

A new British-Irish Visa Announced

Posted on Oct 7, 2014 in Ireland, Travel, United Kingdom | Viewed 128 times

This visa scheme will enable international tourists to travel to both countries with one and the same short-stay visa. Travelers from non-EU countries will be able to move freely between both countries on the same permit. This pilot project will be firstly launched for Chinese and Indian passport holders and later on rolled out widely. It’s an...

Australia is Top Spot for Irish

Posted on Oct 3, 2014 in Australia, Australian Immigration, Canadian Immigration, Living Abroad, Work in Australia, Working Abroad | Viewed 42 times

  More and more young Irish people are jetting off to Canada and New Zealand – but Australia still leads the way as the nation’s favourite immigration destination. Migration Index reveals that Dublin, Cork, Tipperary, Donegal and Wexford are the top five “feeder counties” while construction and engineering are the top two industries bringing the...

Portugal and Australia signed an agreement for Work and Holiday Program

Posted on Oct 1, 2014 in Australia, Backpacking, Europe, Migration News, Work & Holiday | Viewed 28 times

The reciprocal youth mobility scheme between both countries was arranged on 25 September 2014.    Once the program is launched, it will allow 200 young people from Australia and around 200 from Portugal to travel in each other’s country with the opportunity to work or study for a short period. Work and holiday visa is different from the Working...

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