...your back up plan could include a second passport as your ticket to freedom."
In international comparisons of national performance, New Zealand ranks highly on quality of life, health, civil liberties, and economic freedom."
I first travelled to New Zealand on a Contiki Tour of the North and South Island in 2006. It's an unspoilt paradise. I have come to know New Zealand as a country that prides itself on its remoteness and independence from the rest of the world. I was constantly reminded of this; riding the scenic train down the North Island, as we swept through vistas of lush green dairy farms, imposing mountain ranges and aquamarine-coloured salt farms. New Zealand's colonies of fur seals sleeping blissfully on little-known coastal rocky inlets always charmed me. Its people bear a charm that comes from being Antipodean.
In fact, New Zealand ranks highly on indicators of wellbeing; in international comparisons of national performance, New Zealand ranks highly on quality of life, health, civil liberties, and economic freedom.
So if you’re already set on New Zealand as your future home, read below to find out more.
The notion of planting flags, as clever as it first appears is an expensive, time-consuming and complex process."
Japan is welcoming those with good ideas, valuable skills, those with an ancestral connection, and those seeking easier immigration procedures as a frequent traveller for business. Japan, having hosted a record 28.7 million visitors in 2017 is easily one of the most popular countries to visit. In fact the Japanese government wants even more to come, having set a target of 40 million visitors visiting Japan by the year 2020. Some 70 per cent of those inbound tourists hailed from China, South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. What are the smart ways that you could take navigate Japan's desire for more tourists and foreign workers?