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The New World Immigration Blog offers a convenient platform to access the latest news and insightful advice on visa applications and immigration information. Our aim is to provide valuable content for individuals or businesses interested in inbound or outbound immigration.

Express Entry trend explained

Express Entry is Canada’s immigration system that hosts a draw from a pool of different Canadian visa programs based on candidates’ Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores. The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) typically hold a draw every 2 weeks on a Wednesday, however, there have been irregularities which have made Express Entry candidates confused. …

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7 Benefits of life in Australia

Safety, freedom and economic growth are a few of the many benefits of Australia. As South Africans we focus on employment and power, however, life has so much more to offer as an Australian permanent resident. Your New home As an Australian permanent resident, you are not limited to where and how long you can live in the country. Considering it would take 27 years to…

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If you are between 25 and 34, Canada wants you!

Canada’s population growth has decreased dramatically. Optimising the population stress is the retirement rate. Globally the population replacement rate is 2 children per woman. In 2020 Canada recorded a low replacement population rate of 1.4 children per woman. This population trend in Canada is a massive focus for bringing in younger skilled people to help fill the gap. …

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How does an Australian Expression of Interest Work?

Expression of Interest (EOI) is a stage in which you have completed all your documents and you need to apply for the visa subclass. Australia has very strict rules regarding how the EOI should be filled out and how it can be submitted. You cannot submit an EOI unless you have completed your skills assessment. A skills assessment is based on your profession, it is a form o…

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Canada’s 490 draw

The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has started 2023 off on a positive note. On the 11th of January, the IRCC held an express entry draw with a whopping 507-point minimum score. A week later the IRCC drop 17 points to a draw of 490. What does this mean for South Africans? Canada has an incredibly high requirement of people for their labour shortage nee…

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Why you should emigrate before 30

Emigration is an incredibly time-sensitive process, you are either past the age limit or your profession is no longer a skill shortage. Time is everything. A great age to consider starting the immigration process or be finished by is 30. This may be a difficult goal as many people are still getting on their feet financially but the point is…the sooner the better. Life Be…

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Immigration Timelines

A common question when discussing immigration options is, how long is this process going to take? Over a decade of experience has given New World Immigration an average timeline in which we can guide you with the process, however, it takes two to tango… Are you pulling your weight? Canada Considering the skilled migration pathway through express entry, we suggest prepari…

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Canada’s IEC pool is open for 2023

The International Experience Canada (IEC) program is targeted to young professionals from specific countries to apply for different types of work permits based on their nationality. IEC work permits are for applicants between the age of 18 – 35. As an IEC participant, you can secure a visa through a working holiday permit, young professional permit or international co-op i…

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What risks are involved with immigrating?

Every country has their own rules and regulations for immigration, some are confusing to us but most of them are pretty clear. We build up the idea of a new life without load-shedding, crime and higher wages in our heads but then suddenly we get slapped with the costs and we need to re-evaluate our desire to immigrate. Desire is not hard to manage, however, an emotional de…

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3 steps to help you secure a job in Australia

Visas and paperwork can be an absolute headache. As hard-working South Africans, our biggest concern is whether we can afford the lifestyle and how we get a job. In South Africa, a job is a privilege. Applying for a job in Australia is not as simple as finding a post and going for an interview, some documents and regulations keep the country administratively advanced that …

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