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Germany – A country with a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges and North Sea beaches




History, culture, and regular excellence maybe best depict the embodiment of traveling in Germany. With its notable urban communities and residential areas, alongside a wealth of woods and mountains, guests are ruined for decision. Those needing to tour or experience expressions of the human experience should make a beeline for the metropolitan zones, while those hoping to take part in recreational exercises should visit places, for example, the Bavarian Alps, the Black Forest, or the Mosel Valley. Beautiful old houses of God and terrific royal residences are all over, and in the littler towns and towns, numerous hundreds of years old customs proceed. At the social heart of Germany is the capital, Berlin, home to many fine historical centers and exhibitions, while nature sweethearts will locate a universe of potential outcomes in Germany’s awesome outside.

I am not only impressed by the beauty of it but also the festivals celebrated in Germany like

1. Berlin International Film Festival

The world’s second biggest universal film celebration after Cannes has one gigantic favorable position over its French opponent: you don’t need to be welcome to watch the Berlin International Film Festival’s 400 movies (generally European and global debuts) as anybody can purchase tickets online by means of their site.

2. Shake am Ring and Rock im Park

What do you get when you have two colossal shake celebrations held at the same time more than three days in two unique areas: A shaking end of the week at one of biggest music celebrations on the planet. Shake am Ring is held at the Nürburgring course, in the west of Nürburg, and Rock im Park is held at the Zeppelinfeld in Nuremberg, in the south.

3. Oktoberfest

It’s brew, lager and more lager, and additionally conventional Bavarian sustenance, oompah groups and heaps of men wearing leiderhosen at what the Germans call Wiesn, after the fields or meadows (wiese) where the principal Oktoberfest was held. In case you’re going in a gathering of at least 10 to this gigantic lager celebration in Munich, consider holding a table – gratis – in one of the 30+ brew and nourishment tents (evenings are the slightest swarmed times). Every one has its own particular air – warbling, families, famous people, footie fans

4. Celebration of Medieval

Of course, this major medieval celebration is held near the German-Czech fringe, has deride fights, arrow based weaponry, feathered creatures of prey and everything else you may connect with medieval life but at the same time it’s Europe’s biggest medieval music celebration. Take your tent and relax to current understandings of medieval shake, contemporary people, agnostic society and metal from around the globe.

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New Zealand is prominent for its astounding scenery and exquisite study destination.




New Zealand is prominent for its astounding scenery and exquisite study destination. The countryside is wonderment stimulating and quite breathtaking , it has rock – strewn coastal shores to stunning beaches , green hills to flourishing rainforests and a lot more . New Zealand provides high quality of education at all the levels , take academic ,professional and vocational studies. It offers a secure learning surrounding and supply magnificent study opportunities and support to the international students .

REASONS TO STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND

1. Top universities

New Zealand is the home country of many top universities like The University of Auckland , University of Otago , University of Canterbury , Victoria University of Wellington ,etc
not only providing courses of academic but also professional and vocational studies. It provides British based education system. The universities give top graduates by their expertise and experience and the degrees are recognised globally.

2. Availability of financial sources

Yes ! STUDENT LOANS are available by most suitable agreement as the education loan consultants for nationalized bank have the following benefits :
a) Return on investment is only 10.50%
b) The period of repayment is 84 months
c) All the expenses related to college fee , purchase of books , other travelling expenses is taken care by the bank.
d) You can also get financial support in doing diploma and certificate courses.

3. Job opportunities

The international students studying in New Zealand are also able to develop their skills like communication , time management , team work and personal skills as they can work for 20 hours a week on their student visa during their semesters and can also work upto 40 hours during vacation.

4. Hospitality

The New Zealanders treat the international students in a very companionable manner which makes the student more comfortable and create a desirable environment which is required to adjust in the new country. This unique attitude of New Zealanders towards their neighbours have made it a world best country for persuing higher studies.

5. Low cost

The cost of studying in New Zealand is very low as compared with other countries like USA , UK or Australia. Cost of undergraduate degree ranges from NZ$ 18,000 to NZ$ 25,000 annually and of postgraduate degree it ranges from NZ$ 10,000 TO NZ$ 30,000 per year.

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Know the Top 5 Reasons To Study in Canada.




Canada has been pronounced the nation with the best notoriety on the planet for the third sequential year. Notwithstanding bringing home the general title, Canada is one of the best worldwide understudy goals on the planet. In 2016, 353,000 understudies chose to come to Canada to contemplate. Here are the Top 5 reasons why you ought to select Canada over whatever other nation.

1.World-class universities

Canada is home to some of the world’s top-ranking universities, where students get global exposure and quality education. There are nearly 100 universities in the country, of which four – the University of Toronto, McGill University, University of British Columbia, and University of Alberta – are in the top 100 in the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017.

2. Big Country, Low Costs

Despite the high education standards, the cost of is comparatively affordable, particularly compared to the U.S. and U.K.

3. One of the best places to live

High academic rankings and a reputation for friendliness is great, but it’s hard to beat eight consistent years of top rankings by the United Nation as one of the world’s best places to live. Canadians are protected by a diversity of freedoms, and international students are too. The result is an exceptionally stable and peaceful society with a low crime rate.

4. High Employment Rate

Job prospects are strong for Canada’s international grads. The country’s universities boast links to more than 5,000 global collaboration agreements. Combined with Canada’s focus on industry-specific applied research, it’s no surprise that more than 90% of Canadian alums are employed less than six months after graduation.

5.Easy student visa

Canada has an easy and hassle-free visa application process for international students. After receiving an acceptance letter, you can apply through the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website, or fill out a paper application. You will need to submit transcripts, letters of recommendation (as required by the university), proof of funding, and proof of language proficiency. You then receive a reference letter that you need to hand over at immigration when you land in Canada.

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Are you planning to pursue higher education from abroad?




It is truly said by someone that nothing beats the immersive international experience you get while studying abroad. Being part of an internationally diverse academic community is dream of every student as it enhances the quality of your learning, providing a wider spectrum of opinions and expertise. After completing 12th students wish to pursue higher studies from the top universities of the world. The main reason being that studying abroad provides an opportunity to expand one’s field of view and helps one to understand and analyze problems and phenomena from a longer-term, worldwide perspective. Often those studying abroad will experience a completely new way of teaching. This can be daunting, but it will also open your mind to new ways of learning. One of the ultimate reasons to study abroad is to gain life experience. You’ll learn how to organize your life and condense it into one suitcase, handle unforeseen situations, and be independent and self-sufficient.
Though staying away from family, friends and motherland is difficult but the benefits of foreign education and global exposure add value to your profile. Many students today don’t get to experience learning in a foreign nation and take in the allure and culture of a new land.
Now let’s understand how studying abroad can be more than just about education? Pursuing higher education from abroad is a great way to find career inspiration, growth, and great experiences.

Firstly: You become fully independent: In a new country, you are only there with only a backpack and a suitcase where no one knows who you are; you will be more or less on your own. That is independence. Embrace that freedom, because your experience of studying abroad is up to you to write, you will get to learn so much about yourself along the way.

Secondly: Honing language skills: If you plan to study abroad then you will definitely get an edge over your language skills. Studying abroad unveils various new opportunity to study a foreign language and completely immerse yourself in a new language.

Thirdly: You gain better communication skills: Not only language skills but also your communication skills will get enhanced while studying abroad. You will learn how to bridge the gap between the communications while navigating daily life in a foreign country; you will learn the way native speakers communicate with one another. This experience of learning how to communicate across different cultures is really helpful and incredible.

Fourthly: Lucrative Career opportunities: When you finish your foreign education program and return home, you will return with a new perspective on language skills, culture, great education, and willingness to learn. All of these are very attractive to future employers.

Fifthly: A foreign degree looks great on resume: Studying abroad gives a competitive edge to you over your peers. In resume, it highlights your interest in other cultures, second language, and your ability to adapt to a new environment. It shows your openness to different ideas and courage. Some programs in foreign education even offer internships, which mean you could show employers how you succeeded in a professional environment abroad.

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Once You Have Lodged Your Australia Visa Application

Once You Have Lodged Your Application, you can expect Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) to:

  • undertake checks, as required, to confirm that the information and documents you have provided are truthful and accurate.
  • finalise your application as quickly as possible and in accordance with Australian law
  • explain DIBP’s decisions and in case of a refusal of your visa application, tell you how to apply for review (if your application is refused and you have review rights).

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) expects you to:

  1. Provide any documents or information DIBP requests within the specified time or tell DIBP immediately if this is not possible.
  2. Advise of changes in your, or the person acting on your behalf, residential address or other contact details if it will be longer than 14 days.

Have a look:

Form 929 – Change of address and/or passport details
Form 956 – Advice by a migration agent/exempt person of providing immigration assistance
Form 956A – Appointment or withdrawal of an authorised recipient

Tell DIBP if your circumstances change (if you get married, enter a de facto relationship, give birth to a child, change employers etc.)
See: Form 1022 – Notification of changes of circumstances

Let DIBP know if you cannot come to an appointment DIBP Has made with you. Keep your contact with the case officer or section processing your application to a minimum, to allow processing of your own and other applications to proceed as quickly as possible.

 

Global visa and citizenship processing times:

Global visa and citizenship processing times will be updated monthly, providing you with an indicative time frame for processing applications. Processing times are available for the majority of visa subclasses and citizenship products, but will exclude a few subclasses such as those closed to new entrants, capped and queued, or which have a low volume of applications. Two processing times are displayed, indicating how long it is taking to finalise 75 and 90 per cent of applications submitted globally.

Processing times are impacted each month by changes in application volumes, seasonal peaks, complex cases, and incomplete applications. Processing times include applications lodged online and by paper. Where available, you should lodge your application online as it helps streamline processing arrangements.

 

Circumstances that affect processing times:

DIBP assesses applications on a case-by-case basis, and actual processing times can vary due to individual circumstances including:

  • whether you have lodged a complete application, including all necessary supporting documents
  • how promptly you respond to any requests for additional information
  • how long it takes to perform required checks on the supporting information provided
  • how long it takes to receive additional information from external agencies, particularly in relation to health, character, and national security requirements
  • for permanent migration visa applications, how many places are available in the migration program
  • for citizenship applications, the time taken to attend a Citizenship Ceremony or receive a Citizenship Certificate.

 

How to view processing times

You can view current processing times on the page for the specific visa subclass or citizenship type you are applying for. You should check regularly to ensure you know the current processing times for your visa.

To ensure your application falls within the published processing times, you need to submit a complete application. The checklists provided by VISAINFO will assist in making sure you include all required documents in your application.

 

Capping and Queuing

The Minister has the power to ‘cap’ or limit the number of visas which can be granted each year in a particular visa subclass.

This limit, or cap, applies only for the migration program year in which it is introduced. When a cap is reached, applicants then wait in a queue for visa grant consideration in a following year, subject to places becoming available. Applications are considered for grant in order of their queue date as places become available.

This means that when the number of visas set by the minister for a visa class for the migration program year has been reached, no further visas can be granted in that program year.

Numbers in the queue are subject to:

  • changes to planning levels
  • changes in demand for a particular visa
  • fluctuations due to visa grants, refusals and withdrawals
  • fluctuations due to successful review cases which are given priority.

 
Special circumstances of a compelling or compassionate nature

It is the nature of Family migration that most applications have compelling and compassionate elements. Consequently, it is considered that the fairest way of processing visa applications subject to capping and queuing is in date order.

 

Family Stream:

Partner category visas:

  • Partner (subclasses 309/100 and 820/801) visas cannot be capped.
  • Prospective Marriage (fiancé) (subclass 300) visas might be subject to capping.

Child category visas:

  • Child (subclasses 101 and 802) visas, Dependent Child (subclass 445) visa, Orphan Relative (subclasses 117 and 837) visa and Adoption (subclass 102) visas cannot be capped.

Other Family category visas:

  • Aged Dependent Relative (subclasses 114 and 838) visas, Remaining Relative (subclasses 115 and 835) visas and Carer (subclasses 116 and 836) visas are subject to capping.

Parent category visas:

  • Parent and Aged parent (subclass 103 and 804) visas are subject to capping.
  • Contributory Parent (subclass 173, 143, 884 and 864) visas are not currently capped.
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Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO)

A MUST FOR ALL STUDENT VISA HOLDERS

The department has an online facility that enables visa holders to enquire about their immigration status. This is one of the most important parts of your student life. All VISAINFO students are urged to ensure that they visit this site on a weekly basis and make sure that their entitlements are current. Please set a reminder to this in your mobile phones. The reason this is of great importance is that if there is any problems or issues with your visa status it will be reflected on this website.

It is easier to handle a problem if you detect it early.

A number of visas are cancelled each year as students fail to keep a check about their visa status. For example, there are times that due to the error of the education provider you may be reported to immigration incorrectly, thereby jeopardizing your visa. If this is detected early then it may be fixed and the error corrected. A lot of students each year get into major trouble with immigration and sometimes have no options but to return to their country as they are not aware of what is happening to their visas. Please ask your VISAINFO International Education Counselor to assist you in understanding how to use this VEVO service which is free and online.

To use this service you will need your Visa Grant Number. This is a 13 digit number and is found on your visa grant letter.
You will also need the following information in addition to your 13 digit Visa Grant Number.

  • Date of birth , Passport Number, Country of Passport

To use this service please follow the following steps:

  1. Please visit or click the link http://www.immi.gov.au/e_visa/vevo.htm
  2. Please click the link which says Enter VEVO as a Visa Holder.
  3. Agree to the terms and conditions and proceed with checking your details.
  4. Please visit the link How to use VEVO.
  5. Click on the link which says How to view your visa information.
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