• Sunshine and Subclasses: Australian Immigration Explained

    If you’re interested in migrating to Australia and you want a comprehensive overview of the Australian visa process, then this book is for you!
    Sunshine and Subclasses is your essential first step on the road to Australian migration. Written by Mege Dalton, an Australian Lawyer and migration agent based in Dublin – Ireland, it provides a clear and engaging guide, free of jargon and legalese.
    Mege provides an insightful breakdown of this complex subject by using conversations with clients from her practice to highlight the common misconceptions around Australian visas.
    Covering the full range of visas from the simple working holiday visa, right through to the visa requirements for setting up a business in Australia, Sunshine and Subclasses will give you a practical and amusing guide for your first steps into the Australian visa application process.
    “Australian Immigration is a complex area and I could not have got through the various steps so quickly without Mege’s help. Throughout the whole process Mege was friendly, professional, efficient, and able to answer all my questions. I booked my flight to Perth last weekend and am really looking forward to the big move to OZ, thanks to Mege.”

  • Studying in Australia: The Ultimate Guide to Settling in, Finding a Job and Permanent Residency in Australia: The Ultimate Guide to Settling in, Finding a Job and Permanent Residency in Australia

    This book “Studying in Australia”- The ultimate guide to settling in, finding a job and permanent residency in Australia is just for you! You’ll discover 9 winning strategies to create a new, rich life in Australia… including… 1. The essential mindset for success 2. Secrets to gaining your dream job 3. Tips for Permanent Residency Every strategy is an eye opener and a door opener too! Packed with knowledge and bursting with insights and anecdotes, this book will hold your hand, show you the way and when needed, shake you up to help you re-focus on your goals and dreams in Australia. Australia is among the world’s most preferred destinations for international students and skilled professionals. It also has its own unique challenges and characteristics. In this book, author and entrepreneur Shivi Bhalla retraces his steps from the moment he landed on Australian shores to passing his exams with distinction, all the way to launching his own business EnglishWise Coaching Institute. As a trainer and mentor, Shivi Bhalla knows a student’s journey all too well. This book is an important part of his mission to help every new student in Australia find their way, their mojo and their rewards. You can have a great life in Australia too! Make this book your best friend.

  • Getting Into Australia (How to)

    Featuring up-to-date information about Australia, this practical guide to entering the country includes specific visa and immigration information as well as relevant and practical examples of real forms and documents.

  • MOVING TO AUSTRALIA: Two Texans Down Under

    This guidebook, wrapped in the story of two Americans who flew away to Queensland in 2005, moves from the price of bananas and housing to the costs of being far from family. It celebrates Australia’s civility and natural beauty.

  • 7 Steps to Permanent Residency in Australia: A Step-By-Step Guide for Indian Students

    This book contains a reliable and proven framework that helps Indian students overcome the many hurdles they will face as they pursue permanent Australian residency. Since assimilation into Australia’s cultural and professional worlds is just as important as any of the other criteria, equal emphasis is placed on adapting to life in Australia, including important skills like socialising and networking. By focusing equally on important steps like completing one’s education and learning English, this book ensures that the Indian student is prepared for the challenges they will face in the short term and those that lie further down the road.

  • Didgeridoos and Didgeridon’ts: A Brit’s Guide to Moving Your Life Down Under

    Didgeridoos and Didgeridon’ts is a collection of short, personal experiences Vicky Gray and her family encountered during the first year of their new life down under. In addition to entertaining diary entries, inspirational stories from other expats, top tips and vital resources, the book is crammed full of well-researched information on everything you need to know to survive and thrive during your first year in Australia. Inside you will learn: * How to get into Australia – step-by-step * Which occupations are in demand right now * What stuff you should definitely take with you * The ins-and-outs of taking your pets * All you need to know about Australia’s banks * How the school system works from day care up * How to use Australia’s healthcare system * What’s involved in getting a job and paying tax * All about renting property in Australia * How to buy a house – and why it’s easy in Oz * The little differences – from shopping to driving * much, much more…

  • Moving To Australia: A Guide For Expats, Lovers And the Otherwise Curious

    Moving to Australia a guide for expats, lovers and the otherwise curious The ultimate book for moving to Australia 2nd edition Are you interested in moving to Australia? Do you want to know all about the process of relocating from someone who’s successfully done it? Are you curious about this beautiful, interesting country and its people? Packed with helpful resources, anecdotes and advice, this book is an excellent guide to those seeking information about migration to Australia. Whether you want to work in Australia long-term or just have a working holiday in Australia, this book will assist you with all aspects of your journey. It will be especially helpful for those emigrating to Australia as a spouse, as the author recounts her experience from applying for the partner visa to becoming a citizen. All Australian visas are also outlined, such as skilled immigration visas, student visas and visas for those who have already found jobs in Australia. ‘Moving to Australia’ covers everything from packing up your current home to finances to health cover to meeting people in Australia. It is a guide to making a successful transition to becoming an expat in Australia. It’s also a great read for those who are just curious about the land Down Under or who have already arrived in Australia and need some help navigating. Whether you’re planning a permanent move to Australia or just a short-term relocation, this book will help you figure it all out.

  • Living and Working in Australia: A Survivial Handbook

    Written in an entertaining style with a touch of humor, Living and Working in Australia is designed to provide newcomers with the practical information necessary for a relatively trouble-free life. It is packed with vital information and insider tips to help minimize culture shock and reduce the newcomer’s rookie period to a minimum. Living and Working in Australia is essential reading for anyone planning to spend an extended period in Australia. Printed in color.

  • So, You’re Moving to Australia?

    Dreaming of and escape Down Under? Daunted by the task ahead? No idea where to begin?

    Look no further than So, you’re moving to Australia? This book navigates an invaluable 6 step process for those moving from the UK to Australia. From planning your move, the emotional journey, through to the practicalities at each step of the transition, you’ll know what to expect and when.

    This book guides you through these 6 essential steps to planning, managing and handling your move: Size Up: Is this move right for you? What to consider before taking the leap Embark: Essentials for stress-free preparation and departure from the UK Take up residence: How to set up home and establish a routine Tackle the necessities: Sorting out key registrations and administration Learn the ropes: A guide to settling in and adjusting to Australian life Explore & discover: Getting out and about to make the most of life Down Under

    Sharon Swift’s move to Sydney was her 18th international relocation. In addition to a step-by-step move plan, this book chronicles a lifetime of expat experiences, the ups and downs, and addresses the crucial emotional aspects of undertaking an international relocation.

    Here’s what people are saying about So, you’re moving to Australia?:

    “”What a well written book, with humour and good detail. Good that you admit your difficulties and how you coped, and just as important to show that Ian’s side was different. You are spot on with how you’ve addressed the work culture – we’ve experienced the same issues. Having bought guide books to help us move, I wish yours was available then”” – Lucia, Sheffield to Sydney 2009

    “”I really enjoyed the book. It’s a very detailed, honest description of life here and you show a very good insight into Australian culture. I also like that you address the emotional aspect of moving and talk about how you and Ian settled at different paces. I think this will be really helpful, wish i’d had it when i arrived.”” Amanda – Nottingham to Sydney 2008

  • 7 Steps to Permanent Residency in Australia: A Step-By-Step Guide for International Students

    This book contains a reliable and proven framework that helps international students overcome the many hurdles they will face as they pursue permanent Australian residency. Since assimilation into Australia’s cultural and professional worlds is just as important as any of the other criteria, equal emphasis is placed on adapting to life in Australia, including important skills like socialising and networking. By focusing equally on important steps like completing one’s education and learning English, this book ensures that the international student is prepared for the challenges they will face in the short term and those that lie further down the road.

  • Glass Half Full

    Find out what it takes to keep the Glass Half Full, as challenging life events including grief, loss, PTSD and devastating floods, test this expat step-family to their limits. After enduring divorce and numerous child custody battles, Sarah Jane knew that a fresh start in Australia was their only chance of future happiness and that as a family they were making the right decisions. Living the Australian dream in Alice Springs was everything they hoped for until life-changing events started to test the foundations of this resilient family. Using every ounce of positivity they could muster they struggled on and just as they thought the worst was over Mother Nature intervened and washed away the roots to their new life during the Brisbane floods of 2011. This story lets you experience Australian life with an inspirational woman and her courageous family, as they struggle to survive challenging life events and keep their dreams alive. Life is never without its challenges, but how many life-changing events can one family endure before they reach breaking point? Find out in this heart wrenching and touching true story.

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