Visa First Blog

A blog dedicated to Working Holidaymakers and people willing to immigrate



Heading to Euro 2016? What You Need To Know About Travelling In France

The biggest ever Euro Championships is taking place in the world’s most popular tourist destination… needless to say, it’s going to be a pretty amazing few weeks for anyone heading to France this summer! Whether you are arriving from one of the European countries playing in the tournament or from further afield, here are some […]

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Explore Auténtica Cuba

Over the past 18 months, Cuba has been in the news more than it has been in recent years. This is obviously due to the normalisation of U.S.A. – Cuban relations and the relaxation of the Cuba Trade Embargo. However, there have been many media reports pointing out that soon Cuba will be a changed […]

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15 Tips for a Better Flight

You may have noticed that most of the countries have different policies concerning the items you are allowed to have with you when on board so you may wish to contact them and try to get more information before you start packing but here you are some basic general tips that are useful in any […]

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10 Money-Saving Tips While Travelling Abroad

It’s super important to save money while travelling abroad as this might give you a chance to extend your trip. And it’s good to do this wisely. Visafirst has been assisting travellers for many years now, so we’ve learned some useful tips that we want to share with you:  Get a Working Holiday visa. It […]

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Online Investigations for Your Travel to London

Before planning a trip abroad, you must always do your homework. From checking visa requirements to flights and booking an accommodation, it important to have, everything planned ahead of time. If you search the web, you will get all information about your travel in detail. I first visited London in 2008, with a lot of […]

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Planning Your Wedding In Melbourne

Melbourne is well known for its industrial design and blend of classic architecture with unique urban spaces. So what could be more perfect than utilizing this appeal for your big day? There is more to Melbourne that just the urban landscape – it has history that you can feel around every corner and of course […]

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Considering Medical Tourism? Here’s What You Should Know

Medical tourism is on the rise as more and more Americans are finding that they can get the medical procedures they need at a fraction of the cost charged by U.S. hospitals. A non-elective surgery, like a hip replacement, can be had abroad for around $13,000 — compared to the $100,000 or more that the […]

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9 Practical Tips for Making Your Holiday Money Go Further When Abroad

It is all well and good comparing prices and booking a cheap package deal before you leave for your holiday but the reality is that the most expensive part in most cases is once you have actually reached your destination. With a bit of healthy frugality, you can continue the money-saving effort abroad and make […]

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