Expat Diaries: Sri Lankan Expats Finding a Way

  • Posted by Sean on April 1, 2016 in Immigration Students

Sri Lanka

If you’ve ever attempted to send money back to Sri Lanka, you’ll know that the process can sometimes be overwhelming. We thought that we would share some of our customers success stories with the hope that you might be able to learn from these Sri Lankan expat’s experiences.


7 High Demand Jobs for Foreigners in the United Kingdom

  • Posted by Sean on September 8, 2015 in Global Economies Immigration Students

Moving to another country can be difficult and scary, especially to a competitive Western economy like the UK but you’ll be happy to know that finding your first job in Britain isn’t as hard as you might think. At the peak of the recession in 2008, hundreds of qualified professionals were unemployed across the United Kingdom, but now firms are very willing to increase their recruitment intake as the economy has stabilised. In fact, recruitment is set to reach its highest point for more than a decade in 2015 and the median starting entry-level salary is set to rise to £30,000 ($65,360 AUD).


Return of the Expats: 9 Tips for Moving Back to India

  • Posted by Sean on August 31, 2015 in Immigration

Whatever your reasons for moving back to India, there are a number of things that you should consider doing prior to moving.


How to Migrate to Australia from India

  • Posted by Sean on August 11, 2015 in Immigration

Australia has always been an appealing destination for Indian immigrants, especially those who seek better career prospects. If you wish to migrate to Australia from India you need a visa, and Australia Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) manage these.


15 High-Demand Jobs in Australia for Foreign Workers

  • Posted by Jason on June 2, 2015 in Global Economies Immigration Students

If you’re looking to immigrate and find a job in Australia, you’ll want to market yourself in an area with plenty of demand. In order to help you, we’ve compiled a list of 15 high-demand jobs in Australia for foreign workers!


Pros and Cons of Retiring to the Philippines

  • Posted by Jason on June 1, 2015 in Immigration

If you’re considering retiring to the beautiful, tropical Philippines, there are a few things you need to be prepared for in advance – it’s an incredible country, but there are a few downsides. In this article we’ll weigh up the pros and cons of retiring there.


21 Things Only Expats Will Understand

  • Posted by Jason on May 6, 2015 in Immigration

If you’ve lived overseas for any length of time, there are certain little secret understandings you share with other expats that other people just can’t get their head around. Here’s a list of our favourites:


Top 5 Jobs for Overseas Filipino Workers

  • Posted by Paul on April 27, 2015 in Global Economies Immigration

If you’re Filipino and planning to work overseas (or you’re working overseas already, but you’re wondering about other job options) it pays to do a little research to determine which skills will give you the best chance of securing a high-paying, enjoyable job. In this post we’re going to take you through the 5 most popular jobs for overseas Filipino workers.


How to Receive Remittances and International Payments

  • Posted by Jason on January 28, 2015 in Global Money Transfer Immigration

You’ve probably heard a lot about sending remittance to another person, but how do you pick it up at the other end? What exactly do you need to know in order to receive remittance payments?


How to Transfer Money Overseas, Quickly and Hassle-Free

  • Posted by Jason on January 11, 2015 in Global Money Transfer Immigration

When it comes to finding out how to transfer money overseas, you have a lot of options – sometimes it feels like too many, and it can be overwhelming. Often the money is urgently needed where it’s heading and the amount of time it takes for the funds to reach the intended recipient is the most important part of the equation. Here is a how-to guide on how to quickly and easily get money where it’s needed through a direct overseas online transfer.