Being a teacher in Australia

We’ve all heard about funding crises, austerity and bureaucracy in British schools, with teachers leaving the profession in record numbers. So what does teaching in Australia offer? Last year Rosie Pariser swapped a primary school in England for one in Melbourne. She tells us about the process of applying and the differences between the UK and Australian teaching system.

2019 could be the easiest year to move to Canada

You heard it here first: 2019 could be the easiest year on record to move to Canada. In most countries, getting visa and going through emigration loopholes can be a hassle – but not so here in the Great White North. The Canadian government (and people) are generally enormously welcoming of new arrivals, and that shows in official policy. The government’s been steadily decreasing the official score requirements for immigrants in a hope to attract ever more immigrants. A visa for Canada in 2019 could be one of the easiest to get among popular ‘expat’ countries. So could this be

Buying in the USA, Part Two: American Visas

For many overseas buyers looking at homes in the US, their first question is “do you need a visa to buy property in America?” The answer is no – as long as you fulfil certain conditions. However, if you wish to spend longer than 90 days in the US, then you will need a visa. In this, Part Two of our six-part series, Buying in the USA, we look at your rights to buy property and the American visas you may need.

What are your options for an Australian visa?

Many of us are attracted to starting a new life in Australia by the sunny climate, outdoorsy, healthy lifestyle, friendly people and excellent job opportunities. However, before you start packing your bags, you do need to get over one hurdle. How do you get an Australian visa? Today, we’re running through your main options that’ll help you get started on your move Down Under as soon as possible. With the Australian spring coming up, now is a great time to start planning your move!