Other Visas

One of the biggest hurdles that any potential migrant faces is not only leaving behind family and friends but bureaucracy! Red tape can make a new immigrant’s experience a disastrous one if...

Working in China

China’s economy has been growing continuously for the past three decades. Even at the worst of times, China managed an 8% growth rate. It is set to become one of the largest markets on the...

Working in Finland

Citizens of the European Union, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland do not require a visa to live in Finland and work for up to 90 days. After this time, you will need to obtain a...

Working in Estonia

Estonians enjoy a very high GDP and per capita income indicating a healthy economy that is still growing. The country is known for its maximum use of digital systems and electronic products and...

Working in USA

Employers in the United States are allowed to hire foreign workers provided it is of benefit to the U.S economy. Labour laws ensure that such employments do not adversely affect the U.S....

Working in Rwanda

Rwanda is a small country in central Africa fondly known as the land of a thousand hills. In the 90’s the country underwent serious conflict and currently is making efforts to rebuild. Due to...

Working in Belarus

The majority of the Belarusian economy is under the control of the local government, and it in turn, depends on multinationals to employ the citizens. Roughly fifty percent of the country’s...