Live & Work in Australia and New Zealand


Author: Dan Boothby,Susan Kelly

Publisher: Vacation-Work

ISBN: 9781854582836

Category: Travel

Page: 414

View: 7855

Ideal for students going to school abroad or business people who have been transferred, this is an indispensable source of information on living Down Under. Here's all the complete details on what to expect in daily life, from transportation and how to find housing to schooling and health care.

How to Move to New Zealand in 31 Easy Steps


Author: Sara Dawn Johnson

Publisher: Force Four Publications

ISBN: 0997135824

Category: Travel

Page: 135

View: 9434

Thinking about moving to New Zealand? The land of Lord of the Rings, sheep, mountains, lakes, milk and honey. New Zealand has friendly people, excellent education, and universal healthcare. It's also a land of immigrants: people from all over the world migrate to make their home in New Zealand. Perhaps you are dreaming of making this delightful little country at the end of the South Pacific ocean your new home, too. But the process can be daunting. Have you looked at all the visa options, gotten overwhelmed and wondered if you should give up your dream? Don't. There's a simple path to residing in New Zealand and this book will show you the way. The author, her husband, and their two daughters moved to New Zealand in 2012 by sailing their home--a 38-foot sailboat--across the Pacific ocean. They carried their dream of New Zealand residency aboard their small ship. Once they arrived, they successfully navigated the work and residency visa process and are now permanent residents of New Zealand. She tells you exactly how they did it. In addition to describing the visa process, this book also presents the realities of settling in New Zealand. You'll learn how to: *find a job *choose a town to live *settle in when you arrive *get your kid(s) enrolled in school *rent a home *talk like a Kiwi *enjoy New Zealand like a local If you're thinking about moving to New Zealand, read this book first. And then go.

Going to Live in New Zealand


Author: Mary Neilson,Mathew Collins

Publisher: How To Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781857039658

Category: History

Page: 176

View: 3704

The authors provide information on the country, how to accomplish a successful move, making your home in New Zealand, settling in, finding employment, health and welfare, education, retirement and insurances as well as ways to enjoy your leisure.

Live and Work in Australia and New Zealand


Author: Elisabeth Roberts,Susan McIntosh

Publisher: Vacation-Work

ISBN: 9781854582133

Category: Travel

Page: 352

View: 5381

A detailed survey of the opportunities for employment and living in Australia and New Zealand from Canberra to Christchurch and from Wagga Wagga to Wellington.

Live & Work in New Zealand


Author: Susan James

Publisher: Crimson Pub Limited

ISBN: 9781854583925

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 420

View: 5209

New Zealand has long been a favourite with those wishing to start a new life overseas: this book gives all the information necessary to make the idea of moving to the antipodes a reality. The book is illustrated with first-hand accounts from people living in New Zealand and is full colour, with numerous helpful maps and photographs. Set out to be easily accessible, each chapter guides you through the practicalities of a move to New Zealand, from setting up home to finding a job or setting up a business. In particular, it gives advice on renting accommodation, opening the right bank account, finding your ideal home and making the most of your leisure time. There is also easy access to urgent information such as emergency phone numbers, laws and regulations and healthcare advice. The employment section of the book covers vital information, such as information on business etiquette, the skills and trades most in demand, permanent, seasonal and temporary work, salaries, working hours and holidays, trade unions and contracts, starting or buying your own business and sources of advice and assistance. “Excellent Series”, The Times

How To Immigrate To New Zealand


Author: Douglas McCarter

Publisher: Douglas McCarter

ISBN: 0473234564


Page: 145

View: 2955

This E-book contains information on everything you need to know about New Zealand before leaving your home country. It will show you how to immigrate to new Zealand without the need of an agent and therefore no agent fees. This book will show you how to eliminate paying the huge, inflated fees to agents and it will guide you through the process of doing it yourself. The book is full of useful information about New Zealand and the live links makes it possible for you to access all the documentation required to complete the immigration process. In this book you will find information about New Zealand, such as general living expenses, education, work, healthcare and much more. Once you have decided that New Zealand is the place where you wish to move to, you can locate all the forms needed for you to complete to begin the process. The E-book has 15 chapters and 145 pages of important information with the ability to print the application forms directly from within the E-book allowing you to complete the immigration process with no agent needed, all application forms are readily available via live links with the instructions on what to do. All the companies that are approved to employ foreign workers are listed and is a huge help when applying for a work visa, all is explained in the book. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO… 1) Find information easily and quickly 2) Click on live links to quickly download application forms 3) Access companies, who are authorised by New Zealand Immigration to employ foreign workers, like you!! 4) Have a life time update of all live links (you will always have access to current information) 5) Have access to step by step instructions that are easy to understand…like work permits, visa applications, apply for a job from your country and much more! Thank you for viewing, I wish you all the best with your journey. If you are not happy with your purchase of this E-book and it is not as advertised I will give you a 100% money back guarantee .

Life Skills for Young Adults

How to Survive Each Day and the Rest of Your Life.


Author: Philip J. Cassidy

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1452527237

Category: Self-Help

Page: 256

View: 3100

Here is an opportunity for you, as a young adult to quickly learn how to deal with most aspects of life in the world outside your home and school environment. To the average adult, most of this information is 'common sense' and this is the information that adult role models want to give their children, but do not have the time in their busy lives to do so. As a young adult, THESE are the skills that you need to learn quickly in order to deal with life's hurdles. No one ever writes this information down for you until now. Even AFTER reading this book you WILL still make mistakes in your life, but hopefully you have learned enough from this book that they are only small mistakes, and not cost you too much time or money.