Monthly Archives: April 2014

Australia Needs You

Australia Needs You


Due to a high demand of skilled occupations, Australia is offering Permanent Residency Status
(along with the Choice to pick where you wish to live and opportunity to earn excellent wages!) to individuals in certain occupations in shortage.




  • Be an Australian – The right to live and work in Australia indefinitely
  • Employment – Limitless employment choices including being self employed
  • Freedom of choice – Your right to live in the country is not tied to a particular employer
  • Real estate – The right to purchase property and obtain mortgages and loans
  • Citizenship – The right to apply for Australian citizenship or Dual Nationality. Dual nationality holders have more travel optionsdue to the different treaties in place
  • Become a sponsor – The right to sponsor other relatives for permanent residence in Australia
  • Heritage – Children born inside Australia will be Australian citizens by birth
  • Education – Access to Free education
  • Medical and Social Security – Access to medical and social security benefits
  • Leader of the Pack – Only the main applicant needs to meet the migration criteria, family dependents qualify automatically & receive the same benefits
  • Higher Pay – Occupations on the skills shortage list have much higher salary brackets.
  • Consular Assistance Abroad – The right to apply for Australian consular assistance overseas
  • Complete Access to New Zealand – The right to travel to New Zealand without applying for a visa. Unrestricted rights to live, work and study in New Zealand 


Some of the most demanded occupations on the list are:


  • Electrician
  • Carpenter
  • Plumber
  • Bricklayer
  • Nurse
  • Accountants
  • IT Specialist
  • Hairdressers
  • Chefs
  • Care Workers
  • Painter Decorators
  • Gardeners


And many more…


To see if you qualify:    CLICK  HERE  FOR  A  FREE  ASSESSMENT 



Canada Federal Skilled Worker 2014

Canada Federal Skilled Worker 2014





Due to the growing skills shortage in Canada the Federal Skills Worker Permanent Residency list will be doubled from the 1st May 2014.  Please note that each of the below occupations will be capped to 1000 candidates and will be processed on a first come first serve basis.  If you have at least 12 months experience in any of the below occupations and wish to live and work in Canada please contact us to see if you meet the other qualifying criteria.


Occupation List 


  • Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services (NOC 0013)
  • Senior managers – trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c. (0015)
  • Financial managers (0111)
  • Human resources managers (0112)
  • Purchasing managers (0113)
  • Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers (0121)
  • Managers in health care (0311)
  • Construction managers (0711)
  • Home building and renovation managers (0712)
  • Managers in natural resources production and fishing (0811)
  • Manufacturing managers (0911)
  • Financial auditors and accountants (1111)
  • Financial and investment analysts (1112)
  • Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers (1113)
  • Other financial officers (1114)
  • Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations (1123)
  • Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers (1212)
  • Property administrators (1224)
  • Geoscientists and oceanographers (2113)
  • Civil engineers (2131)
  • Mechanical engineers (2132)
  • Electrical and electronics engineers (2133)
  • Petroleum engineers (2145)
  • Information systems analysts and consultants (2171)
  • Database analysts and data administrators (2172)
  • Software engineers and designers (2173)
  • Computer programmers and interactive media developers (2174)
  • Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians (2232)
  • Construction estimators (2234)
  • Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians (2241)
  • Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics (2243)
  • Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety (2263)
  • Computer network technicians (2281)
  • Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors (3011)
  • Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses (3012)
  • Specialist physicians (3111)
  • General practitioners and family physicians (3112)
  • Dietitians and nutritionists (3132)
  • Audiologists and speech-language pathologists (3141)
  • Physiotherapists (3142)
  • Occupational therapists (3143)
  • Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists (3214)
  • Medical radiation technologists (3215)
  • Medical sonographers (3216)
  • Licensed practical nurses (3233)
  • Paramedical occupations (3234)
  • University professors and lecturers (4011)
  • Psychologists (4151)
  • Early childhood educators and assistants (4214)
  • Translators, terminologists and interpreters (5125)


See if you qualify: Take a FREE VISA ASSESSMENT HERE


Work in Canada

Work in Canada

Canada is one of the top choices when it comes for UK residents to emigrate to a foreign soil for good professional opportunities. This preference and popularity of Canada makes it both ideal to migrate to, but tricky to get visa approved for due to high competition.


Skilled workers

Canada has become a very attractive option for skilled workers recently. 250,000 visas become available every year, more than half of them work permits. While skilled employment can be a path to long-term Canadian residence, temporary and short-term employment is available in Canada.


IEC (International Experience Canada)

The Canadian government has a work and travel abroad initiative called International Experience Canada. It allows non-Canadians to travel and work in Canada for up to a year. Now imagine that – living in your dream destination Canada for an entire year and gaining work experience along with earning money to supplement your stay in the country. How cool is that!


Standard of Living

Canada offers a high standard of living and medical care, as well as a government and people noted for their friendliness and consideration of other cultures.

Canada also offers almost any living situation, whether you want a modern metropolis, an unsullied wilderness, or something in between.

Anyone living or working in Canada has access to national Health Insurance. You will, however, need to apply for a health insurance card. This will take at least three months to arrive, so apply as soon as possible.


What is the best route I can take?

This is the big question you should be asking us.


Many people want to work in Canada but don’t apply as they don’t have adequate knowledge about the requirements, or have right know-how of the wrong visa type. Both cases call for intervention by experts who know what you need and pin-point the winning areas of your work profile to successfully help you migrate to Canada.


Being a leading visa and relocation provider, Migrate Me can help you choose the best path to your work visa for Canada depending on your objective. We work along with you to make sure your journey into Canada and relocation is fast and relaxed.


We are registered and regulated with Canada’s ICCRC to offer the most up-to-date Immigration advice. If it exists, we will make it available at your finger-tips.


To start your evaluation, fill in our FREE Immigration and Visa Eligibility test which is a quick way of letting us know your requirements and telling us about what we can expect in your application. Even some pre-application screening is done by knowing your nationality and languages, and preparing to serve you better utilize our services to increase your chances for getting an approval for a Canadian Work Permit Visa or International Experience Canada Visa.


Work life in Denmark

Work life in Denmark

Considered to be the country of happiest people in the world, Denmark is a place that is known for its work-life balance. The country offers equal job opportunities, the only mandate being that you are qualified and have the required skills set.


A common term when referring to the Danish labour market is flexicurity, which provides for dynamic labour mobility and high job mobility. In fact, the country’s model has been recognised as one of the most effective models in achieving robust labour market performance.


The monthly earning depends on the qualifications of the employee and whether employment is in the private or public sector. Last year, Denmark was ranked #1 for having the shortest average working week at 33 hours with an average annual wage of £30,000. Though working hours vary from company to company, a normal working week is 37 hours with atleast five weeks’ holiday each year. The hours are often flexible and are determined by individual contracts.


Most workplaces in Denmark are characterised by a horizontal structure and encourage open dialogues between management and employees. The lack of a hierarchical culture is one of the greatest advantages as it facilitates a relaxed atmosphere making it possible to focus on tasks and ability to have an influence at work, regardless of their position.


Foreign nationals who have moved base to Denmark point out that there is a positive balance between working life and family life resulting in higher job satisfaction. In fact home is central to the life of a Danish national. After work, people spend time with family and close friends at home rather than at cafes or bars. Though Danish nationals speak a fairly high level of English, learning some basic Danish can be advantageous to expand opportunities in career and in your social life.

To find out more about work life in Denmark and to see how we can help you secure your Denmark work visa please take a FREE assessment here : http://localhost/migrate-me-old/free-visa-assessment/