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Kent Relocation Group Acquires Expat International

December 10, 2019 MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Kent Relocation Group has announced their acquisition of Expat International, an iconic global Relocation and Immigration business headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. In announcing the purchase Steve Alves, CEO of the Kent Relocation Group said “We are delighted to have secured this prestigious and well-respected business within the Mobility sector”. The […]

Perth and Gold Coast now included in the Australian Regional Migration Program

Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s Government has expanded the anticipated Regional Migration Program by increasing the number of regional visas issued annually from 23,000 to 25,000. Gold Coast in Queensland and Perth in Western Australia have also been included on the Regional Australia list for migration purposes. The Regional Migration Program introduces two new visa types: […]

Supporting Children in the Relocation Process

At Expat International, we support a great many families making their first international or domestic relocation. Moving with children can be daunting and stressful, and parents often wonder how their children will cope with such a big change in their lives. At Expat, we help families of all sizes make their move as seamless and […]

Generation Relocation – A Fresh Approach to Millennial Moves

It's no surprise that Millennials are relocating at a higher rate than ever before. They bring with them benefits such as eagerness to learn and advance in the workplace, open-mindedness, updated qualifications, and company diversity. Oftentimes, Millennials are also a more cost-effective addition to the team.   At Expat International, we want to help you [...]

New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority Launch – October 1, 2019

Effective October 1, 2019 Most travellers excepting Australian citizens will be refused entry to New Zealand if they do not hold a New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority (NZeTA) or other valid New Zealand visa prior to travel. Australian citizens will be exempt, but Australian permanent residents must hold an NZeTA. Additionally, travellers do not have […]

Home-educating overseas: your questions answered

For many families, home-educating overseas is a daunting prospect. There’s a whole list of things to consider when making the decision to home-educate your child, no matter where you live. Throw in a whole new country and the list only gets longer!

Australia and Greece announce a reciprocal Work and Holiday visa agreement, effective 1 July 2019

The Australian government has unveiled a new reciprocal agreement for a Work and Holiday visa arrangement with Greece. This came into effect on 1 July 2019. It was first discussed in 2014, and ratified by the Greek Parliament in 2015. The agreement reached finalisation during an Australian visit of Greek Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Terens Quick.

Australian visitors to Brazil can now enter on the Visa Waiver Program

The Brazilian Government has announced that effective June 17, 2019, Australians visiting Brazil for business meetings, tourism, and sporting activities do not require a visa, and will be admitted via the newly created Visa Waiver Program. The same convenience has also been afforded to citizens of Canada, U.S. and Japan. Travellers may stay no more […]

So …. ‘Buddy’ or ‘Kitty’ want to be an expat too!

… and they’re most welcome in Australia, providing the strict quarantine laws defending Australia’s island nation from the introduction of rabies and other bio-security risks are observed. Before leaving home, Buddy or Kitty must undergo a 6 to 7 months series of vaccination treatments in preparation for the move. After arrival in Australia, they will […]

Increase in visa fees as of 1 July 2019

Most Australian visa types will face a 5.4% fee increase on the 1st of July 2019. The Department of Home Affairs has announced that these increases will take place annually, and it is estimated that the increase will net the government an additional $275 million AUD over a four-year period. The popular Subclass 600 visitor […]