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Immigration New Zealand Implement Levy Fee for All Temporary Visitors
29 Jul 2016     A number of changes were announced by the NZ Immigration early this month which concerns the fee structure for New Zealand visa applications. Three key changes are to be introduced. Borders Clearance Levy fee – This new fee will come into effect on 1st Jan 2016. It will cover the admin cos... Read more
Australian Department of Immigration Changes Requirements for 457 Visa
29 Jul 2016 The Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection have implemented positive changes as a result of the Independent Review of the 457 business sponsorship visa. How would these changes affect 457 visa applicants and Australian businesses:  Eased English language requirements - The department will ac... Read more
Opening days during the Festive Season
22 Dec 2016 This year VisaFirst will close for the Festive Season as follows: Dublin office     on Friday 23rd December 2016 and will re-open on Tuesday 3rd January 2017 London office      on Friday 16th December 2016 and will re-open on Monday 9th January 2017 Rome office      ... Read more
New Online Employment Permits in Ireland.
05 Aug 2016 The new digital era brings more opportunities for global travelers and people needing employment permits are up for a great surprise. The Department is launching a new Employment Permits Online System (EPOS) which will enable all applicants to submit their applications online and save them time and efforts. This new system ... Read more
Changes to Migrate to Canada Have Doubled Since Jan 2015
29 Jul 2016 On 18st Sept, the Canadian Immigration issued invitations to 1545 candidates to apply for a permanent residency visa. This is excellent news for anyone looking to relocate to Canada.   A new visa entry requirements system was introduced by the Federal Government in the beginning of 2015 for anyone looking to apply fo... Read more
Australia's Point Based System and How UK Can Handle Immigration After Brexit
15 Jul 2016 Australia is a country with long traditions and experience in migration management and border control. The big island country has established a system of rules for regulating the number of immigrants wanting to live and work there by measuring their skills and outstanding abilities that could be of benefit for the local eco... Read more