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21 March

What is Skilled Independent Visa and Skilled Nominated Visa

Australia Skilled Workers Visa Type Subclass 189 and 190 Every year, Australia attracts and invites thousands of skilled workers to their country due to ongoing skill shortage across various states; hence, the reason why it needs immigrants to cover their workforce. Specifically, Australia has types of Visa such as Subclass 189 and Subclass 190 in which skilled workers are needed. This is classified under the General Skilled Migration Program. Thus, if you ar [...]

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20 March

Finally granted your Permanent Residency to Australia?

Could you stay on shore in Australia Forever? There is always a bit of confusion about how long you can reside in Australia after you have been granted your permanent residency (PR) visa. Some believe it allows you to stay for only 5 years at a time, because what appears as the must not arrive after date on your visa grant letters is usually 5 years after the date your visa has been granted. This is incorrect! If you have been granted a PR in Australia, you [...]

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18 March

Foreign Education and the Express Entry – Federal Skilled Worker Program

Are you wondering where to start your Immigration Canada journey through the Express Entry – Federal Skilled Worker Program? Wonder no more. To meet the requirements of the Federal Skilled Worker Program for Express Entry, you need to have an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) done on your foreign degree(s). Basically, an ECA is a report availed by a Canadian independent designated organization that evaluates your foreign education. For Express Entry, the [...]

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17 March

Canada Seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall

The Weather in Canada One of the main concerns people have when moving to Canada is the weather. People often have the perception that Canada is always and everywhere extremely cold and this idea can make them reluctant to make the move to this particular country. Nevertheless, the weather in Canada varies widely depending on where you are and what time of the year it is. After all, Canada is a huge country, covering five time zones. Its most populated regions ar [...]

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12 March


Canada welcomes internationally educated nurses in all provinces and territories across five categories: administration, clinical care, education, policy and research. Each of the provinces and territories has its own requirements and regulations specifically in each nursing group: Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Psychiatric Nurses. By 2022, Canada Nurses Associations predicts that a large volume of 60,000 nurses wil [...]

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12 March

cities to live in Canada

How much money you need to settle in Canada?

Express Entry Proof of Funds – Gift Deed Anyone who would like to migrate to Canada MUST show proof that he has the money to settle in the said country which is generally known as “Proof of Funds”. First of all, the amount of money one needs in order to proceed with immigration depends on the size of his family. As of 2019, the minimum amount of money needed to immigrate based on this aspect is shown below:   Number of family members        [...]

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12 March

IELTS exam

Why should you not get scared to take IELTS?

Many people these days are thinking of migrating to another country with the intent of acquiring better work opportunities and of course, a better life. But sometimes, there is this one small thing that holds them back... IELTS. Have you ever heard about IELTS before? Or maybe PTE, CELPIP, OET, TOEFL? These are some of the varieties of English tests that potential immigrants are required to take, to be able to proceed with their application, since English spea [...]

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03 November

Migrating to Canada – How to make it work?

Canada, here we come! This is one of the very first thoughts applicants have after deciding that they are now ready for migrating to Canada. However, for over 50,000 families or more per year, this thought slowly fades away, washed every two weeks by the high cut off scores, poor IELTS results or changes in the occupation lists. In the same time, everyone "knows someone" that managed to migrate without a great IELTS score, or being over 40, or not having very good [...]

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18 April

New Occupation Lists & Skill Select Updates

On 19 April, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection Australia amended the current Lists of Occupations Australia as we know it. On 19 April 2017, the: Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) replaced the previous ‘Skilled Occupation List’ (SOL) and is available in Schedule 1. You must nominate an occupation on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) if you are applying for any of the below: Skilled Independent [...]

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15 February

Australian Residency? Catch it while you can!

Australian Residency Planning on immigrating to Australia at one point? Well, make sure you still can.  Every year, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection updates the Skilled Occupation Lists. See more details about Australia Immigration If your occupation is on the Flagged List - you should definitely read this.  Check out the flagged occupations and read below: Production Manager (Mining) Engineering Technologist Environmental Engineer Na [...]

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