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Posted on Jan 27, 2017 in Migration News |

Brexit and Ireland.

Dublin may provide home for European Banking Authority and European Medicines Agency. In many ways Brexit will affect entire Europe even the world. London is home of many global companies and regulatory agencies for decades. If Brexit happens it will lead to huge changes in political and business climate in Europe. Evidences of this are already seen in the actions of many top level politicians and business leaders seeking for solutions and back up plans after Brexit. There will not be an industry unshaken or government that will not be affected. One of the countries which is going to be in the epicenter of this event is Ireland. For decades UK and Ireland have very well established political and business relations. In the past UK was accounted for more than 90% of the Irish export mainly agricultural products. Nowadays Ireland is not so agricultural country but more high-tech oriented thanks to many US and other global companies. Nine of the top 10 exporting companies for 2015 from Ireland are global US companies like Microsoft, Apple, Pfizer and others. Recently Irish government officials have demonstrated willingness to host the European Medicines Agencies. It is a great opportunity for the country to boost the local economy and to solidify its positions in Europe by heaving a regulatory agency at home. Ireland has great experience in the pharmaceutical industry by providing great place for business to many global leading pharma companies like Pfizer, MSD, Abbott and others. There is great pool of experts and great very welcoming legislation for foreign investors. Last but not least is the excellent corporate tax rate of 12.5%. Dublin has expressed strong interests of hosting the European Bank Authority as well. The competition for it will be tough as some other European cities are considered possible homes of the agency. Among the competitors are Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Milan, Paris. For information about Irish visa and work permits follow the link visafirst.com More information about this find here. Other sources. Visa FirstMore...

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Posted on Jan 20, 2017 in Ireland, USA, Working Abroad |

United States Immigration System

United States are one of the most desired destinations for immigrants in the world. It is famous for giving opportunity to everyone hungry for success and work. Everyone knows the moto “the land of endless opportunities”. For sure there is a reason for that and it stays for decades. It is proven that it is the most productive economy. Experts say that China will catch up in some years. In order to keep the country and its economic strong the government has designed a very complex immigration system. There are several categories which are defining the paths and frames for accepting a person as an immigrant. The first one is – Family-based immigration. This category allows US citizens to bring relatives to the United States. The applications are accepted if the person is immediate relative to a citizen or through family preference system. Immigrants should comply with some eligibility criteria and petitioners as well. The relatives must be spouses of US citizen, unmarried minor children under 21 or parents of US citizens 21+ years of age. The second category is – Employment based immigration. The US allows different professionals with valuable skills to enter the country on a temporary or permanent visa. The temporary employment based visa allows the applicant to work for certain time in USA. On temporary visa the visa holder has limited chances to change his employer having in mind that the application is submitted by the hiring company. There are many visas in this category for high skilled employees and less skilled. The permanent category is limited to 140 000 per year and includes relatives of applicants. The third category is: Per-Country Ceiling. This category sets limit to the number of immigrants from each country per year. This rule is created to prevent any group from dominating others in USA. Refugees and Asylees category. This category is created to protect certain vulnerable people. In this category are people who cannot go back to their countries due to live threatening reasons. Refugees are admitted to US based on inability to return to their country due to race, membership in particular...

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Posted on Jan 12, 2017 in Migration News |

More Than 200 000 New Jobs in Canada for 2016

It could be easier to find your dream job in Canada. Many people looking for a job abroad are considering Canada as one of the best options. There is a good reason for that having in mind that the Canadian economy is one of the leading globally. The country is heavily relying on its natural resources of oil, natural gas and ores. It is amongst the leading exporters worldwide. The local economy has very strong commodity ties with China and USA is its biggest export market. In 2016 there were 200 000 new jobs opened and only in December there were 50 000. It is clear sign of a strong economy and definitely the country will need support from abroad to fulfill this gaps in the workforce. The government has very strong program for immigrants and well established visa program. The workforce development is under provincial jurisdiction. This way each province can handle its needs more properly. In the biggest cities the opportunities are endless especially in thriving industries such as financial services, real estate, communications and others. People considering job in Canada will need permanent residence permit or Canada work permit. In case you are 18-30 you can apply for Canadian working holiday visa. There are other visa options which you can check here. There are plenty of options to look for a job in Canada. The government run its own portal where expats or immigrants can find a job offer. Before starting to look for one you should consider several details. Each province has different requirements and needs. One important thing is the language barrier for some provinces like Quebec you could be required to have some knowledge in French. Keep in mind that Canada has 2 official languages English and French. 85% of Canadians have working knowledge of English and 30% in French language. More information about this topic you can find here. Information about Canadian visas and work permits you can find here. Visa FirstMore...

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Posted on Jan 6, 2017 in Australia, Canada, Europe, Ireland, United Kingdom, Work & Holiday |

Top 10 Cities in the World to Find a Job Opportunity.

When considering to move abroad it is important to pay attention to several factors. One of the most important is to find the city where you can find easily a job. Each person has different perspectives and factors to evaluate and prioritize in order to find the right city for his future career. Often people choose the biggest city around. This decision is based on the common understanding that the bigger city offers more opportunities. Something that should be with very high priority when picking the city is what are your qualifications and experience as starting point. Considering that you should look for the proper place and what are the opportunities there and can you fit in this picture. There are many sources of information about the best places for your future job, like job websites and different local newspapers. In this article we will provide you with information based on a research combining 67 factors. Among those factors are – education, technology available to people for better work and life. Infrastructure and transportation which are essential for the daily commute time and ease of life. Health, safe and security are of highly importance as well as demographics and livability. Last but not least is the economic climate. Ease of doing business and cost of living, services and labor are essential here to determine the entrepreneurial potential of the place. In this research the competition is between 30 cities and the ranking is based on their results in the different categories. In this research the top position is for London. Other cities in top 10 are – New York 2nd, Singapore 3rd, Toronto 4th, Sydney 9th. London – The reasons for taking the top position are the fact that the British capitol is home many of the global corporations. Great place for the new technologies used in many sectors like IT, engineering, life sciences etc. Financial hub of Europe, many banks and financial institutions have head offices here. In many occupations like financing, medicine, IT, marketing, sales etc. people employees get one of the best paychecks globally. New York –...

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Posted on Dec 16, 2016 in Migration News |

Top Immigration Destinations – Australia, Canada and United States

Australia, Canada and United States are amongst the top economies globally. Having reputation of a country with high living standard and stable political environment attracts many people – workers and investors. The business environment, government programs as well as social programs are very well developed and welcoming for immigrants. There are many reasons for choosing to migrate to a certain country but certainly numbers are showing that financial and political reasons are with very high importance. Australian government has designed a program to meet their economic and social needs. Being developed economy, the country has huge potential and needs workforce. Annually the government accepts about 200 000 permanent migrants. There are several streams – skills, family and special eligibility stream. Visas are granted to the applicants after a specific point based system. According to official data in Australia about 22% are foreign born. About one in every four is born in UK. The top five countries immigrants come from are – UK, New Zealand, China, Italy and Vietnam. Those countries hold 45% of the foreign born in Australia. In Canada over 6 million people are foreign born. This is about 19 percent of the total Canadian population. The top 5 countries of immigrants in Canada are: UK, China, India, Philippines and Italy. Canadian government also has a government program for attracting skilled workforce in order to support its economy and business needs. The target for 2017 is to accept about 320 000 immigrants through economic, family sponsorship programs, provincial nominee programs and others. The high demand of the economy drives the higher visa quotas for the upcoming year. The vast territory of the country needs many people to support the local provincial business as well as the big cities. In United States about 40 million are foreign born. 30% of those immigrants are from Mexico. Other top immigrant nationalities are India, Philippines, China, Vietnam. As UN report says the high income countries host more than two thirds of the world migrants. If you need more information about those countries and their visa programs follow the link.   Sources: http://www.cicnews.com/2016/10/immigration-plan-2017-canada-increased-immigrants-through-economic-family-sponsorship-programs-108621.html...

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Posted on Dec 9, 2016 in Australia, Ireland, United Kingdom, Work in Australia, Working Abroad |

Australia in Need of Skilled Workers

Australia is one of the largest economies in the world taking 12th place by nominal GDP. The economy is dominated by the service sector which holds 68% of the GDP. Having this into account there are a lot of opportunities for skilled workers, the Australian business has identified shortage of. Alongside with USA and Canada, Australia is amongst the most preferred countries immigration wise In order to support local business needs and economy growth, the government has developed various programmes for nominating overseas workers with special skills. The Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL) and the Skilled Occupations List (SOL) are the 2 shortage lists of occupations the Australian labour market has high demand for. There are several sectors where a large number of professionals and tradespeople is required – engineering, healthcare, finance, accounting, agriculture, telecommunications, construction and others. All foreign nationals wiling to live and work in Australia must apply for the proper work visa. Depending on the duration of prospective employment, the nominated occupation and the personal attributes of the skilled workers, there are few different work visa types they could apply for after making sure the eligibility requirements are met. Having a trade or profession on high demand and a good level of English is fundamental for moving and working to Australia but not the only requirement. In order to relocate you’ll need a visa as well. Thousands of people are making the move to Australia every year. One of the most popular work visas applied are as follows: Sponsorship Visa (457). This visa is based on a job offer from Australian employer and is lasting for up to 4 years. In order to apply the applicant needs to have an occupation listed on the CSOL and the necessary formal qualifications or years of work experience that may substitute for the formal qualifications. Employer Nomination Scheme Visa (186) – It is for skilled workers who want to work in Australia. This visa involves a two-step process, firstly, nomination by an approved Australian employer and then an application under the nominated stream. It is part of the Permanent Employer...

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Posted on Nov 23, 2016 in Australia, Europe, Work in Australia, Working Abroad, Working Holiday Visa |

Top 5 Most Popular Australian Visas

You might be surprised, but the Australian Working Holiday Visa is not the only option to get to Australia! Australia is one of the most popular immigration destinations in the world together with USA and New Zealand. Each year the government grants a number of visas. For 2015 the number of permanent migration Australian visas was about 190 000. The main purpose of this programme is to support the growing economy, help the need of fresh and qualified workforce and last but not least bring together families of expats. The majority of the people going to Australia, about 70% are skilled migrants and about 30% are people joining their relatives. Among the top countries providing the most visitors to Australia are: 1. India, 2. China, 3. UK. In the top 10 is also Ireland which holds 6th place. There are many different programmes which give the opportunity to visit Australia and here is a list with the most popular Australian visas.   Australian Working Holiday Visa This is one of the most popular visas amongst young people. The Australian Working Holyday Visa gives you the opportunity to visit the country and, have a good time while working and traveling across the continent. You must be from one of the eligible countries aged from 18 to 30. The visa allows you to stay and work for a year. Applicants must have clean criminal record and meet certain requirements. It’s important that all documents are prepared properly by a professional to make sure your application has the best chance of succeeding. This visa has an option for extension, the 2nd Australian Working Holiday Visa which extends the stay for one more year. Australian Sponsorship Visa The Sponsorship visa gives the applicants the right to work and live in Australia for up to 4 years. The most important requirement for the visa is to have a job offer in an eligible occupation from your Sponsor (Authorized company) willing to proceed with your visa and hire you. Common practice is applicants who are on WHV to extend their stay applying for the Australian Sponsorship...

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