Work exchange visas for 18-35 year old available from BUNAC in January 2013
A new quota of IEP* Work Exchange Visas, which allow British or Irish citizens aged between 18 and 35 years to live and work in New Zealand for up to 12 months, will be available exclusively through the work and volunteer abroad expert, BUNAC, in January 2013.
Unlike the regular Working Holiday Visa, which is for 18 to 30 year olds only, the IEP is open to applicants up to…Continue
Find out how YOU can come over to Australia on a business visa and run a British Fish & Chip shop in the Your Business supplement accompanying the January issue of Australia & New Zealand Magazine!
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Got a question about visas and migration to Australia or New Zealand? The experts at Australia and New Zealand Magazine are waiting to hear from you - simply email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org today!
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Western Australia is huge. About the size of India, and it covers approximately one third of Australia.
To tell you the truth, I wasn't sure about coming here to begin with. Bill Bryson had written in one of his books that Perth was the most remote city in the world, and apparently it's the only one clearly visible from space too. I felt that we would be heading for the back of beyond, never to escape, and why of why weren't we heading for Melbourne or Sydney or Brisbane…Continue
Added by Jo Castro on November 12, 2012 at 1:00 — No Comments
An extensive report has backed business claims that more migrant workers are needed in Western Australia.
The report, from Edith Cowan University, and covered in WA Today,concluded that Australians in the eastern states were too reluctant to make the move west, and universities are not adequately preparing students.
Numerous WA resource companies are forking out between $7000 and $65,000 on each application to bring in an overseas worker on a 457 visa because they cannot…Continue