Moving To Australia
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Once you’ve decided to move overseas, you’ll probably start thinking about what belongings you might want to take with you and what items you might prefer to leave behind. Ensuring that you declutter before you move overseas means that you won’t waste thousands of your hard-earned cash transporting things to your new home that you don’t actually need or want. So I’ve put together this comprehensive guide on how to declutter before you move overseas.
Do you feel like the hardest part about moving to Australia is how you’re going to actually pay for everything? Visas, flights, shipping, and setting up a new life in a completely new country doesn’t come cheap, that’s for sure. But don’t despair! Read on for my top tips on how to save money to move to Australia – all of which were steps we took to help us fund our move Down Under.
When it comes to moving to Australia, for some people moving with their pets is a non-negotiable. But moving your pets to Australia can seem so daunting and tricky to work out. So here’s some of the key information on what you need to know about moving your pets to Australia.
With yet another Christmas upon us, it’s hard not to start feeling like this one might be the strangest one yet as a migrant in a strange new land. 2020 has been the year that no-one expected and with international travel so limited currently, it’s not going to be a Christmas filled with visitors from home and those festive family traditions. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a wonderful Christmas! I’ve put together a guide on how to survive Christmas as an expat.
When it comes to migrating to Australia, if you do the research, you’ll know exactly what you need to budget for. Usually it’s the big ticket items – visas, medicals, English tests, skills assessments, agent fees, flights, and shipping are the common expenses associated with moving to Australia. But what about the hidden expenses of moving to Australia? The things you didn’t know you even had to budget for?
One of the hardest aspects of migrating to Australia is finding a job. Your resume (aka CV) is often the first thing that recruiters and employers will know about you and that’s why it’s crucial to make sure your resume is in the best shape possible. Here are some of the most common mistakes to avoid on your resume in Australia.
When you move to Australia, you’ll probably need to convert your overseas driver license for an Australian one. Each state has its own rules when it comes to the process for converting your overseas driver license for an Australian one, so here’s a breakdown of each state’s regulations and links to more information on each.
Choosing where to live in Australia after your visa has been granted is a very exciting part of the migration process. The internet and Google Maps make it a lot easier to do than a decade ago, but it’s still a tricky decision. It’s also a question I see asked time and time again online, so here’s my advice on how to choose a suburb to live when you move to Australia.