Migrate to Australia – Get a Permanent Resident Visa

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Australia is one of the top immigration destinations in the world and there is huge demand for skilled professionals and those who are aggressively seeking immigration. Over 190,000 professionals and trade people received Australian PR visas and the PR holders can live and work without restriction.

Australia is a great place to live – a safe friendly, multicultural environment that welcomes skilled overseas international workers.

Australia Skilled Visa Requirements

Age – you must be under 45 when you apply

Meet the English language requirement – you should have sufficient ability in the English language to work in Australia (at least at a competent level); PTE, IELTS, TOEFL tests are accepted

Nominated occupation – when you apply you are nominated under a skilled occupation, which should fit your skills and qualifications.

Types of visas

Skilled Immigration visa subclass 189 and 190 are the most popular visa categories for the skilled migrants who want to immigrate to Australia permanently.

It is a point-based visa and the applicant has to score minimum of 65 points in Australia Immigration Point Score.

Visa subclass 189 visa is a permanent visa which allows the applicant to live and work anywhere in Australia for indefinite period of time. No nomination from the state/territory is needed to apply for this skilled independent visa.

Visa Subclass 190 is a permanent visa which allows the applicant to live and work in Australia. The basic condition to apply for this visa is the applicant must get a nomination from the State/Territory.

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Australian PR visa holders can easily become Australian citizens in future and the government provides healthcare and retirement benefits. You can live, work and study in any Australian state and also sponsor your relatives to join you in Australia.

Australian passport allows you to travel visa free to a number of countries and children get free education in reputed public schools.

Investor Visas for Europe – Settle in Europe without IELTS, no age bar, no formal education.

INVESTER VISAS EUROPE

The European continent offers a wide variety of options to investors and entrepreneurs who are interested in a second residence or citizenship. Depending on the country and investment type, investors can expect to receive temporary residence, permanent residence or even citizenship in exchange for their investment. What makes the European countries particularly attractive in the investment migration market is the mobility that European residence and citizenship offer. Because of rules and agreements between European countries, residence in any one of the European countries with investment immigration programs opens the door to visa-free travel throughout most or all of Europe. Furthermore, those who acquire citizenship in a European Union member country, either directly through their investment or through permanent residency as a stepping stone, will be accorded the ability to live and work anywhere in the European Union.

Investment options throughout the continent largely fit into one of three categories: property investment, business investment or investment in government bonds/public debt. Business investments can further be split into passive investments—infusing capital into an existing company that the investor will not run—and active investments, which require the investor-entrepreneur to provide detailed business plans and actively build a business. These particular types of investments t require some degree of past business experience or proof of personal net worth. Individual countries may offer one or multiple options and benefits can vary depending on the type and amount of investment. Portugal, for example, offers residency in exchange for a 500,000 € residential property investment, whereas UK residency requires at least a 2 million £ investment in government bonds, with expedited options for higher investment amounts. Malta, on the other hand, offers citizenship to those who invest through a combination of government bonds, real estate and a non-refundable contribution.

Before selecting an investment location, investors should consider the outcome of their investment (residency or citizenship), the type of investment required, processing times, any long-term commitments demanded by the program and any restrictions on dual nationality. Many European countries do not require investors to establish physical residency in the country, while still conferring to them the rights and benefits of legal residency, but some do. Similarly, many countries do not have language requirements, but some will require language skills as investor’s progress through levels of residency or citizenship. Investors may also want to consider whether the country is a member of the European Union or Schengen Zone, as these memberships offer favourable travel and establishment rights.

Let’s now take a look at some of the countries that have the best Citizenship by Investment programme going on right now.

United Kingdom. …

Malta. …

Cyprus. …

Netherlands. …

St Kitts

What can I receive by participating in EB-5?

Receive Green Card

Repayment of Investment

U.S. Citizenship is granted (optional)

Upon satisfaction of USCIS requirements and the successful completion of the selected EB-5 project, the investor should anticipate his/her permanent green card and ultimately the repayment of their $500,000 EB-5 investment.

After approximately 5 years from the investor’s initial entry to the United States, the investor and eligible family members are then able to apply for U.S. citizenship, if the investor chooses.

A background check to assure that the investor /or family has not broken any U.S. Immigration laws, or had a past criminal record.

 Residency by investment

The most common outcome of investment in a European country with an investment immigration program is residency. This can first come in the form of temporary residency that leads to permanent residency, or can start off with permanent residency immediately. Programs that offer temporary residency typically require investors to prove the maintenance of their investment at certain time intervals to renew their residency, and allow investors to transition to permanent residency after a certain period of time and with the fulfilment of certain conditions. Programs that grant permanent residency straight away still have requirements in regards to investment maintenance, but residence rights will not be limited to a certain number of years. Those who begin as permanent residents can also often progress to citizenship more quickly. Spain, for example, first grants temporary residence through their golden visa and grants permanent residency after five years. At this point, investor residents are free to sell their investment and maintain their residence status.

The following European countries offer residence in exchange for investment:

Bulgaria / Cyprus / Greece / Hungary / Latvia / The Netherlands /Portugal

Spain / United Kingdom

Citizenship by investment

Granting citizenship directly through investment is more rare among European programs. Citizenship by investment programs are typically more costly than residence programs and may require non-refundable contributions to the country. In exchange for higher investment amounts, investors can quickly benefit from the security of citizenship—and since all the countries currently offering citizenship are EU members—the right to live and work anywhere in the European Union.

The following European countries offer residence in exchange for investment:

Austria / Cyprus / Malta

This open door policy is particularly enticing to foreign investors who are seeking to relocate to one of the EU member states and obtain its citizenship, since in doing so the investor will then have unfettered access to all of the other member states. Since many EU countries offer investor visas that lead to permanent residence and ultimately to citizenship, there are several opportunities available to foreign nationals to relocate to and retire in Europe. Each country’s program has its merits and its downfalls.

Some of the Top five cheapest Citizenship /Residency by Investment Programs in 2017 are:

Today most wealthy people with business backgrounds are aware of the value of second citizenship, especially those high net worth individuals who hail from countries considered second and third world who cannot travel far without a visa. More nations are offering citizenship or residency in return for a financial investment, and while the majority of these programs are expensive, there are still bargains to be had.

Citizenship by Investment

Certain  countries that are offering a Citizenship by Investment program allows an investor the opportunity to obtain that country’s citizenship and passport in return for a specific financial investment to that country, normally in the form of a real estate purchase, a charitable donation or even both.

Residency by Investment

A country offering a Residency by Investment program – often referred to as an Investor Visa – grants the investor the same rights as a citizen of that country in return for a financial investment, often in the form of a refundable government bond purchase. The period of residency usually lasts for five years, after which the investor can take out permanent residency. While a resident, the investor retains their own citizenship and will have to use their original passport if they travel abroad. Many investors embark on a residency program with a view to becoming a permanent resident and then a citizen of that country.

The EU Option

If you are a successful business person from Africa, Asia or the Middle East, chances are you own a passport that is severely limited in the amount of countries it allows you to access without the need of a visa, and of those 60 or so countries you do have visa-free access to, prime destinations like Western Europe, North America, Southeast Asia and Australasia are probably not included.

You will no doubt be aware that passports of EU countries are, by comparison, far more powerful than that of your own, granting visa-free access to 160+ countries on average.

If you are lucky you may be eligible by virtue of a parent or grandparent to apply for an EU passport based on bloodline. However, the most straightforward way of obtaining an EU citizenship and passport is by entering into a citizenship by investment or residency by investment program with your preferred European Union country.

SAT – Get to know the Math Module in SAT Examination

In Math Module of SAT Examination, there are two sections. The Candidate is not allowed to use the calculator in the first section but in second section, one can use the calculator. The first section contains 20 marks. It consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 Grid-Ins. Candidate should complete the first section within 25 minutes. In the second section, Candidates are allowed to operate the calculator and totally 38 marks are allotted for it. Here, 8 grid INS and 30 multiple choice questions. Within 55 minutes, the candidate has to complete all the questions in second section. Total number of questions is 58 and total time limit is 80 minutes.

Math Module of SAT consists of three prominent types of questions, such as

  1. Data analysis and problem solving
  2. Advanced Math
  3. Algebra

These three contain 90% of SAT math and you must concentrate on these topics to get good score. Remaining 10% is all about complex numbers, trigonometry and geometry. You can score well when you practice tests based on these topics. A Candidate feels difficult to solve the questions when he/she is tensed, so relax your mind and never allow the concentration to get diverted when you solve problems in mock tests as well as in the exam. Work out each and everything in your notes and have the habit of revising frequently get rid of fear of problems when you face the examination.

1) Tips to score more in GMAT Verbal Ability

GMAT Verbal Ability section contains three types of question pattern; they are Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning and Sentence Correction. This testing is to know the Grammar, Reading and Reasoning Skills of a person.

  1. Read and comprehend the questions properly
  2. Apply the concepts and analyze the given paragraph
  3. Evaluate and use reasoning skills
  4. Try to rephrase the question because of the polished vocabularies. One can comprehend and answer easily when he\she paraphrase the question
  5. Identify the concept and overall intent
  6. Focus is prominent in writing correct answer and one can efficiently eliminate wrong answers
  7. Before write the answer, be clear with your assumption
  8. Look and understand the main idea

Why choose Singapore to study?

Singapore, the Nation of Islands. The majestic Islands comes with their SINGAPORE PASSPORT.  Eye catching beauty, high currency value, attracts people from several corners of the world. Since there is an avalanche of Visitors every year, the nation extends its hospitality to the brim. This multicultural land  provides a wide range of food varieties. The thirst of taste gave birth to several culinary colleges which now are termed as the best in the world.

Though Singapore awakes the taste buds of tongue, the financial courses awarded here enable one to make money out of which he/she could quench the thirst of taste.  The attractive tourist spots gave opportunities for several students to earn part-time income or make it as a full time profession. Other than these jobs there are abundant job opportunities that knock the door of every citizen to claim it through their talent.

Pride is a natural emotion of human, there are various elements in which human claims his/her pride, but the pride that one gets when he holds Singapore passport is spell bound. He or she exclaims that they hold the passport to the beautiful nation, whenever they inform this to their neighbors. To reach this beautiful nation one should prove his/her talent in work. No IELTS Examination is required for admission, provided you studied in an English medium school till the 12th standard, which opens the gateway to complete the Visa procedure and earn a worldwide recognized qualification from Singapore.

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IELTS Score for Canada Migration with proper strategies. Assured Bands of 8, 7,7, 7.

IELTS examination plays significant role in each and every candidates who wants to migrate to Canada. One should get good score to enter into the nation. The key to success here is to secure good band in the four modules of IELTS examination. Four modules are Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing. The candidate is required to have concentration, perfection, dedication, self-reliance and comprehending ability to get dignified band score. For listening one should get Band 8, for Reading, Writing and speaking one should get Band 7.

Level Listening Reading Speaking Writing
9 8.0 7.0 7.0 7.0

 

For listening, the candidate should be keen in listening to questions from the audio. There should not be any distraction while you hear the questions because it will be an obstacle to get correct answers. Comprehension skills have to be practiced from recordings. In Reading, you should read and comprehend the questions correctly so that you have ample of chances to get the answers perfectly. Speaking is important because here you have to prove your confidence in speaking English and verbosity. In writing, you need to be aware of your grammar, using vocabulary, spelling mistakes and hand writing.

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Latest news Data shows India tops the world for Study in Australia education.

Australia has been the chosen destination for Indian students for many years particularly since 2010. There is a steady rise in the number of students who wish to pursue their Undergraduate studies and Post Graduate Studies in Engineering, Mathematics, Masters in Social Work, Information Technology, Business Administration, etc.

Australia being a large continent in terms of area welcomes Indian students and other nationalities in large numbers.

Australia is a safe, multicultural, friendly and harmonious society. Australians gives great value to  the wealth of cultural diversity and social sophistication that international students bring to the campuses and communities.

Great care is taken in looking after international students and helping them to adjust to the Australian way of life. Australia has a low crime rate and strict gun control laws providing a safe environment.

One’s study plans are also not likely to be upset by political turmoil. People from about 200 countries have migrated to Australia, making Australia one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. The multicultural nature of Australian society means international students are readily accepted by other students, and teachers are experienced in teaching classes to students from many countries.

Cost of living
In Australia, a student gets value for money in terms of cost of living. The conversion factor is cheaper compared to the UK or US.

 

Graduate Record Examination – All you need to know about GRE and the score.

GRE – GRE stands for Graduate Record Examination. Most top ranked global universities accept GRE as an admission test for the graduate programs from technical Masters to masters in arts to even MBA. Graduate applicants from all around the world who are interested in pursuing a master’s, MBA, specialized master’s in business or doctoral degree take the GRE General Test.

The GRE General Test created and administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS), measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and analytical writing skills.

The new GRE is composed of two Analytical Writing Assessment Responses (30 minutes each), two Quantitative Ability sections (20 questions and 35 minutes each) and two Verbal Ability sections (20 questions and 30 minutes each).


GRE Test Format:

1 Analytical Writing Assessment – 2 essays – 30 minutes each Task -One “Analyse an Issue” task and one “Analyse an Argument” task

2.Verbal Reasoning -20 questions per section -30 minutes per section

(2 Sections)

3.Quantitative Reasoning -20 questions per section -35 minutes per section

(2 Sections)

4.Unscored -Will vary – Will vary

  1. Research – Will vary – Will vary

The GRE consists of three sections:

  1. Analytical Writing
  2. Verbal Reasoning
  3. Quantitative Reasoning

Verbal Reasoning: A ‘Scaled Score’ which shows your score in the verbal reasoning section (on a scale of 130 – 170) During the verbal reasoning stage of the test, you will read short articles and answer questions that test how well you understood the information presented. This section of the test will also ask you some fill in the blank and other questions that test your vocabulary.

The Verbal Reasoning section measures your ability to:

Analyze and draw conclusions from discourse; reason from incomplete data; identify author’s assumptions and/or perspective; understand multiple levels of meaning, such as literal, figurative and author’s intent

  • select important points; distinguish major from minor or relevant points; summarize text; understand the structure of a text
  • understand meanings of words, sentences and entire texts; understand relationships among words and among concepts.

 

Analytical Writing: Measures critical thinking and analytical writing skills, including the ability to articulate and support complex ideas, support ideas with relevant reasons and examples, and examine claims and accompanying evidence.

The Analytical Writing section measures your ability to:

  • articulate complex ideas clearly and effectively
  • support ideas with relevant reasons and examples
  • examine claims and accompanying evidence
  • sustain a well-focused, coherent discussion
  • control the elements of standard written English

The Analytical Writing section requires you to provide focused responses based on the tasks presented, so you can accurately demonstrate your skill in directly responding to a task.

 

Quantitative Reasoning : Measures the ability to understand, interpret and analyze quantitative information, solve problems using mathematical models, and apply the basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis. There is an emphasis on quantitative reasoning skills. The quantitative reasoning portion of the test focuses on mathematical equations. In the last section of the test, you’ll receive several questions, and you must write essays relating to those questions.

The Quantitative Reasoning section measures your ability to:

  • understand, interpret and analyze quantitative information
  • solve problems using mathematical models
  • apply basic skills and elementary concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis

The Quantitative Reasoning section includes an on-screen calculator. If you are taking the paper-delivered test, a calculator will be provided at the test center.

 

What is a good GRE score?


There is no such thing as a ‘good score’ or ‘bad score’ in GRE. Score alone does not guarantee a student admission in a good University or College. Simply put – a good score on the GRE is that score that enhances your chances in the particular university. The higher you score on the GRE, the higher is your chances of admission.GRE has well defined sections that have well defined topics and question types. As long as a student does doing justice to each question type and each topic, they will be able to sail through GRE the test. However, it is important that they should know the precise depth and breadth of the test. Numerous aspirants waste crucial time doing studying topics that are irrelevant to the GRE. Without knowing the exact boundaries, they even miss on certain crucial areas of the GRE test. Also, the well-defined question types in GRE require the knowledge of certain key strategies. Lack of awareness of such strategies lead to poor scores.

Important Key Strategies to follow when doing GRE

  • Take a test to identify strong and weak areas
  • Create objective study plan broken down into clear weekly action points
  • Master the process to ace every question type
  • Practice as much as you can
  • Take periodic tests and analyse performance

GRE preparation timeline

Given that GRE scores can be used up to 5 years from the date of the test, anytime is a good time to start your GRE prep – whether you are in college or are presently working. However, most people spend about one to three months studying a few hours a week for the GRE. This means the amount of  studying for the GRE could range roughly from eight hours studying two hours a week for four weeks) to 120 hours studying ten hours a week for 12 weeks) which means it takes 3-4 months to prepare for GRE.

GRE Eligibility Criteria

There is no age and qualification based eligibility criteria to take the GRE. The universities accepting a GRE score will however have pre-defined eligibility criteria. A student should check with university before applying.

GRE Exam Dates GRE is held all through the year across 1000+ centres in 160+countries.
To know about the GRE dates visit your nearest test centres.

How to Register for GRE GRE can be taken all through the year and at various locations worldwide. Follow the below process to register for the test. But before you start remember 2 things:

  • Passport is mandatory for GRE.
  • The name in the passport MUST exactly match with the name mentioned in GRE registration.

The GRE registration process is simple and completely online. To complete the registration process, you need to pay a registration fee of USD 205 online.

GRE registration process:

Step 1: View test centres, test dates and seat availability. Select GRE General Test

Step 2: Choose your nearby Test Centre, Test Date and available Test Time. Click on Register

Step 3: Sign in / Login to your ETS Account

Step 4: Complete the USD 205 through International Credit / Debit Card (Visa, Master, American Express, JCB, Discover) or PayPal to complete the test registration

Duration of the GRE test: The total testing time for the computer-delivered GRE General test is about 3 hours and 45 minutes, plus short breaks. There are six sections to the test: One Analytical Writing section with two separately timed writing tasks. Two Verbal Reasoning sections.

How often can you take the GRE test?

You can take the GRE revised General Test once every 21 days, up to five times within any continuous rolling 12-month period (365 days). This applies even if you cancelled your scores on a test taken previously. If you take the paper-delivered GRE revised general test, you can take it as often as it is offered.

How long is the GRE test with breaks?

The overall testing time for the computer-delivered GRE  General Test is about three hours and 45 minutes. There are six sections with a 10-minute break following the third section.

The average score for the GRE

The average (or 50th percentile) GRE score is a 150 on Verbal and a 152.6 on Quant (152 is a 47th percentile score and 153 is a 51st percentile score). For Analytical Writing, a 3.5 is the average score.

Where you can take the test: You can take either a computer-based test or a paper test. Where you can take the test depends on which option you choose, according to the Educational Testing System (ETS)

How Long do the Results Take?

The amount of time it takes to receive your score varies depending on whether you took the paper or computer test. Your results will arrive within 15 days after taking the computer test, but if you take the paper test, it can take up to six weeks for the results to arrive in the mail.

For how long is a GRE Score valid? Why are the Scores Valid for so Long?

ETS keeps your scores on file for a period of five years following the date you took the test. The scores on your GRE are one of the six factors that graduate schools look at in regards to applicants. ETS retains test scores because it knows that not everyone immediately applies to graduate school after taking the test.

Your GRE score, combined with your letters of recommendation and transcripts, can help you secure a spot in a good graduate program. ETS, which administers the test, keeps scores on file for five years, giving you the chance to take some time off after college before applying to grad school.

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Study in Ireland

Ireland is the best place that provides a dynamic learning experience. In ireland Irish institutions are classified into three categories ; Private Independent college, Universities and Institute of technologies.

There are 14 institutes of technology and they have diploma, certified & Degree programmes like Business, linguistics, Science, & Engineering on offer.

Why Study In Ireland:

  • The quality of the Irish education system is one of the best in Europe.
  • Being an English-speaking country, it’s a hub of technological innovations and scientific research.
  • Ireland is a dynamic and modern country.

Intakes:

   September and Feburary

Strategies for PTE-Writing

PTE writing is easy for those who follow these steps

  1. Make sure you understand what you are being asked to do. It is important that you read the prompt carefully and identify both the focus of the question and the point of view from which you are required to write. If you write off topic, your essay will be scored zero.
  2. Think of one strong sentence to sum up the main argument. Then think of one strong opening sentence and one strong closing sentence. This will help to focus your ideas. Once you have done this, expand the sentence you have written to sum up the main argument with details and supporting points to create the body of your essay. Then expand the opening sentence to create your introduction and the closing sentence to create your conclusion.
  3. Once you have written your essay, check it carefully. Make sure that you have written within the required word limit, that your essay has the correct topic focus and point of view and your grammar and spelling are correct.
  4. For the question type of solution and problems, one needs to focus on solid 5 reasons and two relevant examples to prove their reasons are valid. For the argumentative essays, one needs to focus on theory reasoning of the context rather than vague statements. For the other types of questions, one need to focus reasoning and on practical examples according to the contexts.
  5. Most of all, vocabulary play a crucial role to define the standard of writing and so most of the people would focus on new nouns, adjectives and adverbs to enhance one’s proficiency. Despite using all these, collocations would dominate all these types of words. So to say, instead of using ten new words, five known collocations would be sufficed.