VETASSESS is a key skills assessment and vetting authority in Australia. This body assesses and vets the professional and vocational qualifications of the aspiring migrants. A recent notification from the VETASSESS team to all registered MARA agents and lawyers indicate that they are experiencing processing delays due to a recent hike in applications for skills

Bangladesh is the 8th most populous country of the world. The country enjoys a diverse culture and the economy is mainly based on agriculture. The literacy rate of the country is estimated to be about 70% which is considered appreciable for a developing economy. The Bengali education system is very well organized, and the country

Top 5 Healthcare Professions in Australia for Migrants

Australia has grown leaps and bounds during the past few decades. The mega infrastructure development and a stable economy has moved this continent in one of the fastest growing nations of the world. In recent times, Australia has become a migration hotspot for aspirants looking for a secure future. The continent takes pride in being

Why choose FBP to Migrate to Australia from the UAE

United Arab Emirates or simply put the UAE is home to above 9 million expats from 280 countries. These expats have played a great role in making the UAE a global hub for tourism and key financial activity. The society has turned into a multi-cultural of harmony and peace. However, there are individuals and families

5 Must Do Things in Adelaide Australia

Adelaide is the capital city of the state of South Australia and is one of the best cities of the continent to live and working. Recently, the city was listed in the most livable cities of the world due to its moderate weather and lower cost of living. Since 2012, the city has been scoring

5 Must Do Activities When Exploring the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef located in Queensland, Australia is the world’s largest coral reef. The reef is massive in size and has a stretch of nearly 2400 KM along the coastline of Queensland. The reef debuts at the peninsula of Cape York and works its way down to Bundaberg in the south. The reef has

The Australian economy is booming, and the unemployment rates have constantly remained under 3% in the past few years. The GDP growth of Australia has remained stable with a positive outlook. Therefore, Australia needs more talent and manpower. Australia’s economy is inclusive and gives everyone a level playing field to reap benefits. Also, the economy

Australia is categorically hunting global talent that can help its inclusive and robust economy grow. Also, the Australian authorities believe in maintaining the diverse multi-cultural society that they have developed. In Australia there’s always a need for skilled manpower from abroad that can contribute positively to its economy and the vibrant multi culture. Unlike other

Australia Hunting Top Talent With The Global Talent Independent Program

The Australian immigration authorities have finally and formally broken the mysterious silence about the GTIP program. The GTIP (Global Talent Independent Program) was inaugurated in June 2019 and was meant for highly skilled and highly paid professionals who were at the top of their fields globally. These “genius” individuals were to be sourced from different

Perth and Gold Coast are declassifying to Regional Australia from 16th November 2019. Mr. David Coleman, the Australian minister for immigration earlier made an announcement declassifying Perth and Gold Coast into regional Australian. The impact of this news will be huge on the current General Skilled Worker migration program. Perth and Gold Coast are developed

There’s some brilliant news for the regional applicants. There are two new skilled regional visa regimes that will debut on 16th November 2019. These new visas are all set to encourage regional migration. The Skilled Work Regional Provisional Visa subclass 491 will be replacing the subclass 489 – The first provisional stream. Also, the Skilled

Happy Malawi Independence Day - FBP International

Independence Day 2019 and 2020 in Malawi. Independence Day in Malawi is held each 6 July to commemorate the day in 1964 when independence was declared from British rule. Malawi was not opposed militarily by the U.K. when it declared its sovereignty.

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