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The New World Immigration Blog provides you with a platform to conveniently gain access to recent news and insightful advice with relation to visa application and immigration information. This blog aims to provide useful content for anyone or business company interested in immigrating to South Africa or Australia. Be open to use this space to comment and share your thoughts on uploaded posts.

Almost 50% of Expats Would Stay in Canada Forever

Almost half of all expats currently living in Canada said they would stay there forever if they could. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation published the results of the newest InterNations Expat Insider survey which considered ease of settling in and quality of life are some of the things making Canada one of the ideal places for foreigners to settle. The InterNations…

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Canada’s President says immigration gives them the edge over the U.S.

Canada’s Prime Minister has been pro-immigration since the get go. Under his leadership Canada increased its annual immigration intake and set a target of processing more than a million immigration applications in a 3-year period. The reason for this progressive approach to migration is that Canada says that the skills migrants bring with them gives the country an internat…

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Australia’s Skills shortage is costing the IT industry billions

Australia will certainly start looking at increasing the number of IT experts accepted into the country through its immigration system.  A lack of local talent means that right now the cost of just Australia’s cyber security skills shortage is AU $400 million. Australia’s skills shortages, in most industries, is having far reaching effects and seem to be worse than firs…

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Australia’s Skillselect system could have you immigrating in less than a year

In a hurry to start a life in Australia? Did you know that by using Australia’s SkillSelect system you and your family could be living Down Under before next Christmas! This online system allows skilled workers interested in moving to Australia to be considered for an Australian Independent Skilled Work Visa once they have submitted an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the A…

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Australia and Canada: Home to cities you would love to work in

We spend at least a third of our day at work. We form relationships there we look for personal fulfilment and grow our careers. We want it to be hassle free and with as little stress as possible. We want top employers with World Standard practices and procedures. We want convenience – a shop nearby for a quick grocery stop, a place across the road that sell awesome lunc…

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This is South Africa’s new Home Affairs Minister

After the unsurprising resignation of controversial and shamed former Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, South Africa waited in bated breath to see who President Ramaphosa would appoint to mop up the Malusi mess. Yesterday, during a cabinet reshuffle announcement, the president announced that Siyabonga Cwele will be South Africa’s new Home Affairs Minister. We too…

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Australia owes its growth to the Immigrants

Migrants have never been more important to Australia than they are right now.  The country heavily relies on the skills and assets immigrants take into Australia with them to ensure the country’s economy remains recession free – as it has been since June 1994. While it is true that some news reports sound like Australia might be closing its doors to migrants, many more …

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20 Reasons why Canada is the land of Dreams

At an impressive 9.984 million square kilometers Canada is not only the second largest country in the world, but it is also the largest country in the western hemisphere; boasting a 202,080 kilometer coastline. This means that it has a longer shoreline than any other nation in the world. And with a population density of just 4 people per square kilometer, we look at 18 oth…

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20 Reasons why so many South Africans are loving life in Australia

Wondering what the fuss around Australia is about?  Why do so many South Africans pack up their lives and leave everything familiar about South Africa behind for a life Down Under?  We looked at the Top Twenty reasons. 1. Life in Australia is uncomplicatedand by the book Laid back and friendly but with a lot of structure and self-discipline basically sums up life in Aust…

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Controversial Home Affairs Minister, Gigaba, Resigns

This week's biggest local news must have been the resignation of Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba. Gigaba will no longer serve as Minister of Home Affairs and is expected to be replaced by Blade Nzimande, Minister of Transport. "The President has accepted the Minister’s resignation and expressed his appreciation for Minister’s Gigaba longstanding service to the gover…

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