Finding somewhere to live once you set foot in Canada is probably one of your highest priorities. It is not the kind of country where you want to be ‘left out in the cold’ quite literally. We share some information about the process of finding accommodation and in the second section of this three part series we also give would be expats a heads up on what to expect upon a…Read More ›
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.
Expats are not only faced by new physical surroundings when migrating, they are also expected to understand and oblige with a new culture, a new way of doing things, sometimes a new language an alien work environment and governmental procedures which are foreign and complicated. For this purpose we compiled a few tips on making the transition to life in Canada a little ea…Read More ›
At this stage you have most likely selected a neighbourhood or area that would work best for your commute to work and is within the kids’ school district. You have taken aspects of the area such as its proximity to facilities, transport and your support structure into consideration and have started looking at homes within your price range in that area. Once an expat decid…Read More ›
If you are planning on renting an apartment or house when you arrive in New Zealand there is couple of things you should know as the letting / renting procedure there is somewhat different from renting in South Africa. New Zealand’s housing legislation and official processes are centrally administered by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), a govern…Read More ›
New Zealand offers every conceivable housing style from fabulous city apartments to sprawled out suburban family homes and even cosy rustic country cottages. Where you work and your lifestyle will predict which options works best for your scenario. Do you need space, perhaps a garden is essential. Or maybe you’d prefer to be in the city close to all amenities? Would you n…Read More ›
To give you an idea of the likelihood of your success we visited the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship website for some tips and found out what Canada will want to know from you before considering your visa application. By answering a few questions your New World Immigration consultant will quickly be able to determine which of the Canadian immigration programs you sho…Read More ›
If escaping crime, corruption and an overcrowded educational system are some of the reasons you are choosing to relocate your family to New Zealand, you won’t be disappointed. Even though immigrating is a long complicated and sometimes expensive investment many South African’s chose to leave the crime, grime of the local scene behind to raise their families in one of the w…Read More ›
To be eligible to start your own business you will need the appropriate visa, proof of enough capital and the business acumen to be successful in the Australian business environment. Applicants in this visa category have two options; either starting their own business in Australia or buying an established Australian business. One way of finding a business to buy is to go …Read More ›
Manufacturers, retail, education, health services, builders, even the agricultural sector have expressed a need to employ skilled workers and the need cannot be met by the Kiwi labour force as it stands. This situation has lead firms to appeal to government for more skilled migrants to be attracted down South. Despite official figures showing a record number of 67,400 per…Read More ›
“Canada’s new economic immigration selection system has lived up to its “just-in-time” billing by processing most applications from start to finish within the government’s target of six months,” reported the Toronto Star earlier this week. “Over 31,000 invitations to apply to permanent residence have been issued to a diverse range of highly skilled immigrants and almost 1…Read More ›
“Enjoy the professional challenges of world ranked education system, combined with a lifestyle you won’t find elsewhere,” so says New Zealand’s immigration portal New Zealand Now. Professional satisfaction New Zealand offers an excellent education system. For example, in what the UK’s BBC called the “biggest ever global school rankings”, the OECD in 2015 put us comfortab…Read More ›
Australia wants you if you are a recently graduated engineer. Now is the perfect time to apply for your Australian work visa. Announced earlier this year Australia is keen on attracting young engineers to join their work force and with their Recent Graduate Program it is the perfect opportunity for you to gain valuable experience Down Under. Based on survey feedback fr…Read More ›
What goes and what stays....
I know of a poor soul who loved his South African custard so much it was the one thing he couldn’t leave behind when he immigrated to Australia. But Australia is very clear that no animal products or by-products may be moved across a border and this saw the poor guy’s Ultramel being dumped down the drain.
To prepare you, we visited the Austra…Read More ›
You lined up a great job in sunny Australia, your visas are in your hands, the house is sold and the family is excited about the prospects of starting a great life with wonderful opportunities. But the ‘admin’ seems to be a bit of a mountain you have to conquer. Let’s face it there is a lot to do before you can get on that Australian flight. A year to immigration: Start …Read More ›
Young graduates almost already have enough points to qualify for a Kiwi temporary residence. Building a strong and lively economy and community has meant that the New Zealand Government is eager to attract the skills from people all over the planet to be a part of this great nation. Wondering what you might score? Perhaps a new life in the best non-European country in the…Read More ›
The new program seeks to select candidates with the highest probability of economic settlement success and contribution to Canada which means experienced educated migrants with good English (or French) communication skills. Education (Maximum of 25 points) The maximum number of points awarded for education is 25. This is normally the case for applicants with doctoral de…Read More ›
Their reasons are all the same; and they all lay the blame at the feet of the country’s unstable economy, continuous mismanagement by the country’s leaders while the incidents of violent crime is at an all-time high. These sentiments were echoed by people living in the country who are seriously considering immigrating to countries like Canada, New Zealand and Australia. …Read More ›
Canada just announced their new cabinet and it is impressive! Every minister is a specialist with experience in the cabinet’s that they were appointed in – making it one of the best countries in the world with a leadership that makes sense! Minister of Health is a doctor. Minister of Transport is an astronaut. Minister of National Defence is a Sikh Veteran. Minister of…Read More ›
The country sharing the United States of America’s most Northerly border is vast – so vast in fact that that just the width of it is 5600km – that’s like driving from Cape Town to Malawi! Renowned for its beautiful mountain ranges Maples, intimidating Redwood Trees and famous Mounted Police the country is certainly also a first world leader with a strong economy, stable p…Read More ›
If you want to qualify under the Skilled Migrant Category, there are some requirements you must meet. What are the minimum standards? You can include your partner and dependent children in your application, but you all have to meet these standards. Health You must be healthy. If you are invited to apply for residence, you and your family will have to be assessed by an …Read More ›