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The 20 cheapest and most expensive countries in the world

April 01, 2017
The map (Which you can find following the link) shows the world according to Numbeo's cost of living survey, which takes into account the price of around 50 items, including a wide variety of accommodation, food and drink from both ...
 

HOW TO GET A SPONSORSHIP JOB IN AUSTRALIA

March 09, 2017
Every job hunting project requires a lot of research work, which some people find hard to accomplish. Indeed, there is a lot (but sometimes not enough information) on the matter, and no wonder people end up being confused and disoriented. ...
 

Do immigrants improve the health of native workers?

March 13, 2017
Public debate on immigration focuses on its effects on wages and employment, yet the discussion typically fails to consider the effects of immigration on working conditions that affect workers’ health. There is growing evidence that ...
 

Holding an Australian passport doesn`t necessarily mean you are an Australian citizen

March 13, 2017
I am in the middle of a partner migration case, where it is important that the child of the relationship is deemed an Australian citizen. This is despite the fact that the Australian child has already been issued with an Australian ...
 
 

Who are your newest neighbours?

March 26, 2017
Since the migration of British colonial settlers in the 18th century, Australia’s population has grown rapidly to 24 million. Approximately 200, 000 migrants receive permanent visas each year, though almost half of these are already ...
 

Parent visas cost time and money

March 15, 2017
Most parent visa applicants face a long wait. It can take anywhere up to 50 years to be approved for a parent visa in Australia. There are two main parent visa categories: non-contributory and contributory. Non-contributory visas include ...
 

The World Bank is betting on mass migration driving the global economy

July 07, 2016
The impact of mass migration has hit headlines around the world in recent months, but according to the World Bank, the benefits of large-scale immigration could drive forward the global economy in the coming decades. In a major new ...
 

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The 20 cheapest and most expensive countries in the world

HOW TO GET A SPONSORSHIP JOB IN AUSTRALIA

Do immigrants improve the health of native workers?

Holding an Australian passport doesn`t necessarily mean you are an Australian citizen

Who are your newest neighbours?

Parent visas cost time and money

The World Bank is betting on mass migration driving the global economy