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Australian Dependent Student Visa

Whenever a student enters Australia for perusing his studies there then he can be accompanied by a close family member, who can be his or her spouse, partner children who are not married and are less than 18 years of age this, in other words, can be called as dependent student visa. 401 more words


CANADA - Visitor Visa

An official document stamped on your passport is called as a temporary resident or a visitor visa; it is a proof that you meet the basic requirements. 303 more words


7 Things To Consider When Planning Your Travel Path

Planning a trip is an exciting task, but it can be a bit daunting for some – especially if you’re new to traveling abroad. A lot of time goes into researching, obtaining visas, buying plane tickets, booking accommodation, and it can all be a bit overwhelming. 2,187 more words


Australia Partner Visa

While partner visas may appear straightforward, the appropriate regulation is difficult and there are many restraints most applicants will not be aware of. We focus on certain of the probable consequences and chances to make your application quicker and more up-front. 323 more words


Visas and vocals: London based musicians Rafaela and Valentina Diaz-Byers intend to stay.

Born in New Zealand but raised in Australia, sisters Rafaela, 24 and Valentina Diaz-Byers, 22, now live by the canal in Haggerston, East London.

Attracted by the vibrancy of the capital’s music scene, the two sisters came to England in mid 2015 with hopes of getting their musical careers off the ground. 684 more words


What's the weirdest question you've been asked when crossing an international border?


Two Immigration officers share the top spot for me.

  1. A Zapata-lookalike in Honolulu airport. Holding my passport and the (wrong, which I didn’t know) immigration form he asked…
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Coming 'Home' to Tana

I’ve been struggling to figure out how to structure this post, and what exactly to write about. I guess I’ll start by specifying that the subject of today’s photo-dump is Mahajunga. 1,365 more words