Visa First Blog

A blog dedicated to Working Holidaymakers and people willing to immigrate



New Zealand citizens that live in Australia are going to protest this night against what they see as incredibly discriminative and unjust immigration laws. The organizers of the protests are the `Iwi n Aus Foundation’ There are four scheduled protest and they will take place in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, and Western […]

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New recommendations are issued to Australian Working Holiday Makers

Australian department of immigration has issued new kind of travel advice for people who want to visit the country on a Working Holiday Visa. It is recommended that people who want to come to Australia take out travel insurance first so that they are protected against lost or theft of their personal belongings or any […]

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Poland and Australia will sign a work and holiday visa agreement

Young people from Australia and Poland will soon have the option to work in each others countries with the signing of a reciprocal Work and Holiday Visa agreement. The agreement was made in Warsaw and the Australian minister of foreign affairs – Julie Bishop commented that it represents the growing importance of the relationships between […]

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Backpacking vs. Guided Tours: Modern Travel Style Combines the Best of Both

When travelling abroad to an exotic location, it can be difficult for some tourists to decide how to balance their vacation between relaxation, exploration, and information. While it can be extremely rewarding for tourists to kick back and relax – especially on the warm beaches of the Caribbean Sea – it might not be as […]

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International students in Australia warned not to breach their visa conditions

International students in Australia are being warned that they cannot just stop their course and begin to work full-time. Such actions will constitute a breach of visa rules and offenders might be asked to leave the country. The measures are necessary because according to statistics of Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship increased number of […]

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Which professions will enjoy high demand in Australia during 2014?

According to recruiting agencies, the four most searched professions in Australia during 2014 will be Business analysts, IT project managers; life insurance claims assessors and sales representatives. The latest Hays Quarterly Hotspots list of skills in demand reveals that there are still pockets of skills shortages, most notably in accountancy, insurance, sales and IT. Many […]

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Southern Australia needs more immigrants

South Australia needs an immigration reform in order to attract more workers and students for abroad. Property Council of Australia that the state needs a change in its current immigration policy so that it becomes more attractive for foreign talent and investments. It has released a Nine Point Plan for Migration, the first in a host […]

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Chinese people constitute large part of immigrant investors in Australia

According to a recent statistics of the Australian Department of Immigration and citizenship, Chinese applicants constitute the largest part of the total number of people that have applied for the new investor visa in Australia. Around 90% of the applicants for the program are high wealth individuals that come from China. Australian currently becomes the […]

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Famous American rapper Snoop Dogg receives Australian visa despite protests

The famous rapper Snoop Dogg was given a temporary Australian visa for entertainments despite the campaign against him, therefore he will be able to perform at the Big Day Out festival which takes place in Gold Coast, Sydney in January every year. The campaing against Snoop Dogg was organized by various feminist leaders according to […]

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