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

Working and Living Abroad – A Complete Guide

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, you should think of the safety and security issues in your destination country; the economic and political situation there, cultural and climate peculiarities as well as health and educational systems. This will help you determine the social environment you’ll be living in, and prevent you from an isolation. Also, try to calculate your costs abroad – the cost of living in your host country, how much you’ll need to spend on shipping, accommodation or tuition, take into account all duties, taxes and fees you’ll need to pay there. First Steps to Take – Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months – Start preparing your paperwork. Roughly, you’ll need to prepare the following items:    valid passports and other identity documents for you and your accompanying family members    birth certificates for yourself and your dependants    marriage certificate or evidences of a de-facto relationship    trade or professional certificates and diplomas    bank accounts, payslips, employment reference letters from previous employers    up-to-date CV, etc. – Think of a safe accommodation arranged before you arrive in your host country. If you are going to Australia, you can arrange an accommodation pack with VisaFirst here. It includes Airport pick-up, Accommodation and breakfast and Information orientation and job advice. – It’s preferable for you and all your family members travelling with you to visit your health-care provider at least six weeks before departure to ensure you don’t have any health issues upon arrival. Health is always with top priority. – No matter how long do you intend to live abroad, you need to purchase the best health insurance for a long term you can afford covering your personal health needs and those of your dependants. Contact VisaFirst for...

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

A new British-Irish Visa Announced

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 opportunity for both countries to boost tourism an business visits and a remarkable step in the British-Irish relations.  Visa First is a leading international immigration consulting company. We can help you to apply for your visa fast and hassle-free today.   If you enjoyed this post, please share 🙂   Visa FirstMore...

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

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

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 destination and a once-in-a-life place to visit, so if you are planning to go there for the first time or you plan to return, look at our suggestions what you should not miss there: 1. Auckland Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and one of the best places in the country. We recommend the AucklandArtGallery, the Bush and Beach Tours, the AucklandWarMemorialMuseum, Kelly Tarlton’s Sea Life Aquarium, GreatBarrierIsland, Auckland Zoo, WaihekeIsland, WaitakereRanges, SkyTower.   2. Milford Sound R. Kipling called it the ‘eight wonder of the world’. It’s formed by glaciers during the Ice Age. Cliffs rise from fiords crowned by mountains and waterfalls. The scenery of Milford Sound is truly spectacular that has remained unchanged throughout the ages.   3. Lake Tekapo It’s a magnificent and energetic lake with intense milky-turquoise colour. You can enjoy the lure of salmon and trout fishing here, mountain biking, water sports, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, scenic flights and golf.   4. Christchurch The third biggest city in New Zealand, it was devastated by four large earthquakes between Sep 2010 and Dec 2011, but the city is live and back to normal again. One of the best places to visit here is the Cathedral Square and the CanterburyMuseum, the Garden City, a journey in the Christchurch Gondola and the ChristchurchBotanic Gardens.   5. Bay of Islands Bay of Islands is one of the best places for fishing, watersports or sailing. This region is made of 144 islands between CapeBrett and PureruaPeninsula. The Bay of Island is about three hours by car from Auckland. You should not miss the Hole in the Rock, an opening in a rock formation that you can sail through when the tide is right.   6. Queenstown Queenstown is also known as the...

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Posted on Jul 2, 2014 in Travel |

15 Amazing Facts to Make You Want to Travel Today

 “People Don’t Take Trips, Trips Take People” J. Steinbeck   1. Travel makes you more creative and improves your problem-solving skills. 2. Taking a holiday can lower the risk of heart attack and depression. 3. Canada is the country with the largest number of lakes in the world. 4. France is the most visited country. 5. Austrians have the longest holiday time in the world – 22 days paid vacation days and 13 days paid holidays. 6. The country with the youngest population in the world is Niger. 7. Monaco is smaller than Central Park in New York city. 8.  The most diverse country in the world is India. 9. The most scarcely populated country in the world is Mongolia with 4 people per square mile. 10. Up to 99% of the land area in Libya is a desert. 11. The busiest airport in the world is Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta. 12. There are over 10,000 beaches in Australia – more than any other nation in the world. 13. The land of no rivers in the world is Saudi Arabia. 14. The largest country with no farm is Singapore. 15. The country with most languages spoken is Papua New Guinea. Visa First is a leading international immigration consulting company. We can help you to apply for your visa fast and hassle-free today. Visa FirstMore...

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Posted on May 9, 2014 in Travel |

Canada announces new caps on skilled visa programs

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has announced that there will be new caps imposed for the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), the Federal Skilled Trades Programme (FSTP) and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). The caps will be as follows for FSWP – 25 000, for FSTP – 5000 and for CEC – 8000. The new rules will last from 1st May 2014 to the introduction of the Express Entry Skilled Immigration System in the middle of 2015. Moreover there will be new of occupations that will be added to the FWSP list. This means that the number of occupations will increase from 24 to 50. The FSWP, the FSTP and CEC are currently the main skilled immigration programs of Canada. The CIC will introduce in 2015 the new Express Entry System. It will be analogous to the Australian Express of Interest system and will be handle all applications that come from these three programs. Initially the applicants will submit and Expression of Interest to CIC. There they will describe their professional experience, skills, age, desired position and other relevant personal and professional details. After that all these details will be added to a database. Canadian employers will be able to search the CIC database and to select candidates that they find suitable. After that those candidates will be invited for an interview. If successful they will be granted permanent residence for Canada. In addition to that they need to be in good health, to not have any criminal record and to be able to support themselves financially after their arrival in Canada. The Express Entry system was originally proposed by the former immigration minister Jason Kenney, who is now Canada’s employment minister. In 2012, there was a backlog of approximately 600,000 applications waiting for resolution. Visa First is a leading immigration consulting company. We can help you to apply for your Canadian Visa fast and hassle-free today. deyanMore...

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Posted on Oct 22, 2013 in Travel Destinations |

Taking best cruises to visit Halong Bay

Natural sceneries along with an island are one of the best sites that people always dream of watching it. There are lots of places in earth that is well declared as world heritage site. Halong Bay is one such kind of destination that attracts huge numbers of people towards it. This world heritage site has more than 2000 limestone islands in the ocean. There are lots of scheduled beaches, caves as well as grottoes near this particular site. With such huge numbers of scenic beauty, people are willing for some of the best means to reach this place. Cruise can be the best means that can easily help to view all the best attractions at once. One should visit Halong Bay for preserving the memories, as this entire place is one of the top destinations in the world. It is better to opt for some of the best Halong Bay cruises that can help the visitors to enjoy the natural beauty along with the world class facilities in the cruises. Cruise journey is considered as one of the best journey as the level of standard is maintained at the same time. There are lots of packages available for getting the best benefit from the cruise. One can easily find out some of the best service providers, who are providing the trip in the cruise. The entire trip in the cruise will include facilities such as luxury accommodations, the entire trip to Halong Bay, swimming, fishing, and kayaking. The visitors are provided with some of the best kinds of restaurants and bars. Interested people can easily take the service of some of the best cruise in the present time. Good numbers of theme parties can be arranged to depend on the requirement. Lots of board games are available along with mini library. Good level of meeting facilities can also be arranged at the same time. Almost all cruises include spa and Jacuzzi rooms. The visitors will also be provided with airport service. All kinds of transport facilities will be provided by the cruise company. All these facilities can be included...

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Posted on Oct 21, 2013 in Travel |

Do I need a Visa – Interactive Map

Take a loot at this interactive map to see if you need a visa for particular country. You can check an interactive version of the map here: Interactive Map The period of visas on arrival and no-visa for limited time is different for every country. For full information you could always check on VisaFirst Visa FirstMore...

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