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Here you’ll find top tips for working holidaymakers, our picks for this year’s best tourist destinations, business travel advice & much more



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 a 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 […]

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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 the USA and New Zealand. Each year the government grants a number of visas. For 2015 the number of permanent migration Australian […]

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7,000 Canadian Working Holiday Visas Are Expected in 2017

IEC Programme Application Process 2017 As the Irish economy is improving the willingness to travel overseas in seek of employment has dwindled for many, however, experts at VisaFirst say that while some people no longer feel “forced” to move away, Ireland’s love affair with travel has certainly not gone away and an estimated 5,000 Irish […]

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Top Countries With The Best Reputation

Having a good reputation has become more important than ever in any aspect. This rule applies to companies and big corporations and it becomes a big factor for countries as well. In this report are taken into consideration many factors which are building the entire image of a country from – advanced economy and appealing […]

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5 Myths About Australian Working Holiday Visa

Australian Working Holiday visa is one of the most popular visas among young people. Australia has currently working holiday arrangements with 20 countries, allowing their passport holders aged between 18 and 30 to spend one year in the country with limited permission to work up to 6 months in any one job. There’s a lot […]

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Applying for an Australian visa with a criminal history?

Can I apply for an Australian visa if I had a criminal record in the past? You need to satisfy the basic character requirements and to advise us if you have any criminal conviction inside or outside Australia. You may be asked to provide a court transcript and a receipt of fine paid, as part […]

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New Zealand Working Holiday Visa – The Complete Guide

New Zealand is a sought-after destination for many working holidaymakers! Every year, countless young people travel to New Zealand to spend a year or two working and soaking in the country and its exciting culture. The beautiful scenery, friendly people and relaxed ambience are what attracts many working holiday-makers. The New Zealand Working Holiday visa […]

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Characteristics of the New Zealand Tax System

Taxation is a complicated and vast subject. Well, it might also be boring. That’s why we summarized everything on the New Zealand taxation here for you all future visitors and prospective migrants. You might be delighted to hear that New Zealand has developed a simple and clear tax system, ranked by the experts as the […]

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Canada Working Holiday Visa – A Complete Guide

Why do so many young travellers choose Canada as their working holiday destination? Easy! The Working Holiday Program enables visa holders – between the ages of 18 and 35 – to live, work and travel in Canada for up to two years. This is your chance to sample everything that Canada has to offer, experience […]

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Moving to Australia

No matter if you are planning to go to Australia as a Working Holidaymaker, to work under the business sponsor visa (457 subclasses) or to migrate permanently, you need to plan everything in advance. So, where to start? Make a Plan If you’ve made your mind to travel overseas, it’s good to discuss your plans […]

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