Category: Immigration Information

Features, Immigration Information

Canada needs you – The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)

Due to an aging population and low immigration rates, four Atlantic Provinces have met with the Canada’s minister of Immigration to establish a new immigration pilot program for the region. The federal and provincial governmentContinue reading

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Immigration Information

Changes in NHS healthcare for UK overseas visitors

Effective October 20th 2017, the UK Department of Health published changes it had made to the way the NHS charges overseas visitors for NHS hospital care. These changes are an update on those made in April 2015Continue reading

Immigration Information

Immigrate to Australia – Skilled Independent Visa

They are various categories for migrating to Australia but our focus for this article is the Skilled Independent visa; it is a point-based system. The Skilled Independent visa is also referred to as the SubContinue reading

Immigration Information

Express Entry Immigration – Canada

“The Express Entry program is for those wishing to move to Canada permanently under the Skilled Worker program, Skilled Trades program or the Canadian Experience Class. Applicants are able to create an online profile, andContinue reading

Immigration Information

Immigrating to Ireland again

I am still getting emails on Ireland; rather than answer individually, I thought I should bring this here. 2 things to note; Ireland’s immigration system is not points based but rather is geared towards allowingContinue reading

Immigration Information

Immigrating to Ireland- Critical Skills Employment Permits

Nothing excites us more at DC than receiving an email from a reader as this just confirms that the information we provide on this website is indeed useful. As long as our readership continues toContinue reading

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International Experience Canada

International Experience Canada (IEC) provides youth with the opportunity to travel and work in Canada. To participate: your country of citizenship must have an agreement with Canada that allows you to apply for an IECContinue reading