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Are you concerned with the latest news regarding the Corona Virus and travel?

Do you always catch flu or cold when you fly or travel?  

According to research, a good number of people will contract cold or flu from merely sharing an aeroplane cabin. That means the risk of being exposed to the Corona Virus is also increased.

Taking the appropriate measures and precautions when you fly can, however, help reduce the risk of catching flu or any other easily transmitted infection. 

For many people, the recirculated air is the reason they catch a flight soon after a flight.  This isn’t, however, precisely true. 

A survey conducted on 1,100 passengers flying on planes recirculated air and others using 100% fresh air shows that at least 20% of all these passengers (in both planes) developed a cold a week after flying. In other words, recirculated air only contributes to a small percentage of the cases. It is for this reason most planes have in-cabin HEPA filters to help filter out germs and other microbes from the air. 

Scientists have also been able to uncover several factors that increase the risk of catching a bug when flying.  

Outlined below are some of these risk factors and how to avoid them. 

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Between needing to pay for your airline flight to Australia, your current housing, and all of the other financial costs associated with packing up and moving to another county, it can be very easy to feel overwhelmed by the small bank account balance that you are left with.  Here I am going to tell you about non-resident funding options in Australia.

Although some forms of financing might not yet be available to you in Australia as a non-resident, many options are available to meet your student, personal, and home needs as you get your new home set up in Australia. Here, I am going to answer a few of your queries.

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Are you interested in studying in Australia

Whether you’ve found your dream course or you’re just looking to try something new, the next step is the application of your student visa.

While this may sound simple, there are a few things to consider when applying for a student visa. For instance, you need to choose the right health institution, provide proof of finance and other character requirements. 

But don’t feel overwhelmed. With the following 10 steps, your student visa application process will be a walk in the park.

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For those with a temporary Australian visa, it’s important to ask the right questions and it starts here by figuring out whether or not you can start a business. 

For those with a temporary Australian visa, you are not restricted when it comes to beginning a new business, however, it’s still not as easy as you want it to be. 

There are certain conditions in place, which have to be honored at all times on a temporary visa. 

If you don’t abide by these conditions, your temporary visa is going to come under review, which tends to happen when starting a new business. 

There are times when a person loses their status as a temporary visa holder.

Let’s take a look at what it means to start a business with a temporary Australian visa.

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Are you looking to relocate from Australia?

Canada might be the right choice for you.

With the current economic success, Canada is a very attractive option for those who are considering becoming expats. 

With such tremendous opportunities, the expat market here is very lucrative. 

Most of the expats that reside in Canada have found work via insurance, catering, industrial industries, and other office positions. 

If you’re one of the many expats that are considering relocating to Canada, here are 5 tips to know before you move. 

 

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reasons to live or study abroad

#1 – Broaden Your Horizons

As you travel, learn and adjust to different cultures, you will start understanding how foreign cultures operate successfully in their own context. 

You will get to know that each different culture has its own way of dealing with relationships, family and work. You will get to understand that the different approaches used by different cultures can be right.

This is especially true when it comes to money and business. Money management and financial standards are different everywhere. For example, legal traditions and market cultures are different in every country and this affects the procedures you have to follow.

In the same way, living or studying overseas will let you expand your palate and try new foods, make new friends, and expose yourself to things you never would have experienced otherwise.

Ready to take the plunge already? Find out why to hire an Immigration Consultant here!

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If you are willing to immigrate to Canada, the first thing you should take into consideration is the PNP (Provincial Nominee Program). It is an essential thing if you want to settle in any particular province. Although different Canadian territory and province have its own PNP requirement and you need to have a brief idea on it to assure whether you are eligible for this or now and how to apply for the same. Today, we will discuss the right time for applying PNP and how you can know your eligibility for this. Read more

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As per the Citizenship and Immigration Canada, common-law pertains to two partners – of the same or the opposite sex – living together for a period of one year or more and having a conjugal relationship with one another. As per the Canadian Immigration laws, one common-law partner can sponsor the immigration of another partner. The said couple can have smaller periods of separation for being considered eligible under this rule but the periods of separation cannot be for extended periods. As per the Immigration system, the applicants need to prove – Read more

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As per a study conducted in 2014 it was established that Australia and Canada are the most friendly and receptive countries for immigration. In 2018 the population of Australia was estimated to be about 25 million – of which 62% growth has been achieved in the last 10 ten years – augmented by almost 40% from a population of 18 million in the 1990s. Australia’s immigration policy has been one of the key reasons behind this substantial swell in population – the 62% growth being a landmark point that was scheduled for 2050. Read more