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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.

Securing employment in Australia as a migrant – we answer your questions

Keep reading, we tell you how to go about taking those first steps in your immigration journey by answering a few questions most of our clients have when they meet the New World Immigration team for a consultation. Q. How do I secure a job in Australia? A. Finding and securing a job will most definitely contribute to your successful visa application and of course you wil…

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You can trust New World Immigration with your big move

The team of immigration specialists is assembled from only the best professionals available in the industry and follow a strict code of conduct. This means the team operates with the utmost integrity observing both local and international immigration and visa legislation requiring them to keep up to date with local and international immigration developments and to be regis…

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Understanding Australia's points-based immigration system for skilled professionals

Australia introduced this immigration system to ensure Australia’s continued economic growth by attracting professionals who poses skills and experience that will benefit the country. Not only does this system fill gaps in the Australian labour market, but research have time and again indicated that as many as eight new jobs flow from the appointment of one skilled migrant…

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New Zealand is more attractive than ever as migration figures are not slowing down

In what is already being viewed as a record migration year, this trend seems set to continuing with more people arriving in New Zealand than those who are leaving. Official figures show a net gain of 68,400 migrants attracted to New Zealand for the year up to May and all indications are there that New Zealand is becoming exponentially attractive to foreigners as, for the …

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Top Tips for Expats - Australia

Find some friends One of the best ways to have an awesome Aussie adventure is by making some Aussie mates. And the one of best ways to achieve this is to get active. Australians love their sport and you are sure to meet some great friends and make long lasting contacts at a local sports club or gym. But if sweating isn’t your thing, get involved by joining a book club, vo…

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Canada’s Nova Scotia is urgently seeking more migrants

Thanks to the province’s welcoming attitude to migrants. New statistics reveal as of April 1, 2016 was 947,284 which means almost 5,000 more people supporting the Canadian economy bringing with them skills and expertise . Nova Scotia's population is the highest it's ever been thanks to a growth spurt of 1,460 in the first three months of 2016, according to a new report …

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Canada produces better quality graduates than South Africa

This fact is supported by a recent study by a ministerial task force investigating South Africa’s educational system. While South Africa is struggling to deliver top-notch graduates, Canada offers some of the best educational prospects in the world and parents of schooling going South Africans are paying attention. The ministerial task team found that, among other critic…

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The obvious gap between Australian and South African Education

It seems that better educational prospects in the South Pacific nation is supported by the recent findings of a ministerial task team who conducted a study into the South African educational system and the findings are that South Africa has one of the poorest-performing school education systems in the world. The report recommended that the education department consider ma…

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Migrant kids outshine their Canadian classmates

Immigrants play an important role in bridging gaps in the Canadian labour market and now evidence shows that kids raised by migrant families living in Canada have the best chance of success – better even than their Canadian born and raised peers! According to information recently publish by ‘Stats Can’ prove that children who enter the country as migrants and are schooled…

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Auckland seeing strongest job opportunities in New Zealand

“There are good opportunities for jobs in Auckland, New Zealand, at the moment with the latest data showing strong possibilities in design, architecture, construction and real estate. Once again it is the trades, such as builders, mechanics and plumbers etc, that are showing the most promise. “A strong property market is driving job opportunities across many professions w…

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Successful Canadian Migrants share their advice for newcomers

This could be good advice if you are planning on migrating soon too. Don’t sell yourself short As top lawyer Chia-yi Chua puts it, “With a little bit of investigation and hard work, you can find appropriate prospective employers and opportunities even if you are a recent immigrant. Do not short-change your skills and experience and seek out entry-level positions when, in…

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Tradesmen are a hot commodity in Australia and New Zealand!

Did you know you have a bright future and ample career opportunities in both Australia and New Zealand? Many people might believe that Australia would only grant visas to academics, medical professionals and people employed in the IT-field, this is simply not true. In fact right now tradesmen more sought after than any other professionals in Australia and New Zealand. An…

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Travelling to Australia

Here’s a few Do’s and Don’ts We researched some trustworthy internet sites and came up with the list below which we are sure will help you enjoy your stay Down Under a little more. Mind your P’s and Q’s Australian culture is rooted in British culture with continued strong bonds between the countries to this day. This means manners are very important if your do not want …

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New Zealand and Australia is among the Top 10 best countries for expat families

Recent research by the respected opinion source Expat Insider, found that based on the availability of quality education, top notch healthcare systems, safety, infrastructure, the availability of childcare and access to family friendly leisure activities both Australia and New Zealand scored among the Top 10 countries most suited to families and their needs. Cape Town bas…

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Canada’s Express Entry System Continues to make it Easier for Candidates to Qualify

The number of Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points required for candidates in Canada’s Express Entry pool in order to qualify for an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canadian permanent residence has decreased by one point in the latest draw, which took place on June 1. This is the second draw in a row where this has taken place. The previous draw, which took place on …

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Five Things You Should Do Before Applying for Your New Zealand Visa

When you consider moving to another country, there are a few things you need to think about and it is no different when you are planning on immigrating to New Zealand says that country’s most trusted immigration porthole “New Zealand Now” – which offers a wealth of information to prospective visitors and migrants. But what advice can we take from their experience with so …

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The Immigration Insurance Policy that Secures Your Future

‘Bug-Out’: “To move away from your current location very quickly and typically under threat for your and your family’s lives or future existence.” Planning and obtaining your visa is an essential part of any Bug-Out Plan for anyone who feels they might need it, but is also does not mean that you have to get on the next available flight once your visa is approved. Relax! I…

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South African tourism benefits by weak Rand

An estimated 18.7% growth in arrivals for the first three months of 2016 seems likely, compared to the first quarter of 2015. A Tourism and Migration Report, released by Statistics South Africa this week, indicated some positive growth with 23.4% more tourists entering the country in March this year than March 2015. The reports states that 1 435 879 foreigners crossed So…

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New Zealand’s 2016 Occupation Outlook is available in App form!

This app is perfect for help job seekers and students interested in making good study and career decisions and is based on current information and statistics. The annual report and app, compiled by the New Zealand Ministry of Business, Employment and Innovation, provide an easy-to-use overview of job demand, likely income levels, and training requirements for different ca…

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New Zealand reports record migration and tourism figures

According to an article published in the National Business Review, New Zealand’s had net migration figure stood at 68,100 in the 12 months through April, as migrant arrivals rose 9 percent to 124,700 and departures slid 2 percent to 56,600, Statistics NZ said. Tourism also continued to boom, with visitor arrivals rising 11 percent to a record 3.27 million in the year throu…

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