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  • Traveling to Australia (visa requirements) 

    Traveling to Australia (visa requirements) 

    The country is self-sustaining comprising the mainland of the Australian landmass, the island of Tasmania, and numerous lower islands. Australia is the biggest country covered by Oceania and the world’s sixth-largest country.   Visa conditions  Types of visas Australian Visa Types  They are subgrouped into the following orders  Who can apply for an Australian visa?  You…

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  • How to retire in Kyrgyzstan (the Golden years)

    How to retire in Kyrgyzstan (the Golden years)

    Kyrgyzstan is a country with unspoiled natural geographies, vagrant traditions, and rich artistic heritage.  Kyrgyzstan’s history spans a variety of societies and conglomerates. Even though topographical set by its largely mountainous terrain, Kyrgyzstan has been at the crossroads of several great societies as a part of the Silk Road and other marketable routes. Retirement in…

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  • Top most popular Jobs to immigrate in Canada

    Top most popular Jobs to immigrate in Canada

    One way to move to live in Canada is to immigrate via Express Entry Canada. It is an economic immigration program through which the government of Canada attracts talented professionals from abroad to the country. It is how Canada fights labor shortages and develops the national economy. Potential immigrants need to understand whether there is…

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  • How to get British citizenship through marriage

    How to get British citizenship through marriage

    Great Britain is one of the most prosperous countries in the world, so it is not surprising that many people want to become its citizens. At the same time, it is not so easy to obtain British citizenship. In recent years, immigrants are refused because of a lack of high professional qualifications or unreliability. Marriage…

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  • Tips to finding student accommodation in London 

    Tips to finding student accommodation in London 

    If you are planning to live in a university residence in London, the accommodation service can help you. They also have lists of private landlords who rent rooms to students or contact a real estate agency and look for ads on the internet. Some websites search for private housing in the UK, and they are…

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  • Tier 1 Investor Visa UK

    Tier 1 Investor Visa UK

    England, with its powerful economy, centuries-old traditions of entrepreneurship, and high living standards, has long become a point of attraction for business people from all over the world. Every year, many foreign nationals try to come to the UK to do business, work for hire, or study here. In most cases, to obtain the status…

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  • Life in London. Pros and cons of immigration to the UK.

    Life in London. Pros and cons of immigration to the UK.

    Great Britain is one of the most developed countries in Europe. Despite the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, which formally took place at midnight from January 31 to February 1, 2020, the Kingdom’s economy remains one of the largest in the world, the local currency is quite stable and the British feel confident about…

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  • How to get a German volunteer visa?

    How to get a German volunteer visa?

    In Germany, public work is very common, about 30% of people in the country are employed in some kind of volunteer or social activity. The main law governing youth volunteering and incorporating major volunteer programs is the Youth Volunteering Promotion Law. The Law on the Federal Volunteer Service regulates the volunteering of adults and youth…

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  • Pathway Programmes the USA

    Pathway Programmes the USA

    The Pathway Program is a one-year orientation program that introduces students to the curriculum of academic degree programs and prepares for university entrance. Preparatory courses are available in one of the following areas: arts, humanities, business, biology and life sciences, engineering, technology, natural sciences, and more. Besides, Pathway programs help international students develop fluency in…

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  • Living in Luxembourg – Expat life 

    Living in Luxembourg – Expat life 

    Despite its small size, Luxembourg is a genuinely multicultural nation with more than 46% of its people coming from outside the country. More foreigners reside in Luxembourg than any other nation in Europe. About 100,000 of Luxembourg’s 571,000 residents reside in Luxembourg City. Another perplexing fact is that there are three official languages in the…

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