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Last week, workpermit.com brought you the news that Australia had been voted the most popular country in which to live in a world-wide survey. Many of your reader comments proved that you, too, share this view. Good news for those who are interested in moving to Australia - Australia also welcomed a record number of skilled immigrants in 2004. The door might be open to you - try our points calculator to find out if you might qualify for Australian immigration.
If you are planning to visit the US, a recent survey finds that you might want to avoid Miami International Airport. This international transit hub has the slowest immigration control lines in the US. For faster service, try Phoenix, San Juan and Baltimore-Washington Airports.
New Zealand is experiencing a shortage of skilled workers. In fact, the country has decided to set up an recruitment campaign in Germany in October 2005. If you might be interested in migrating to New Zealand, try our free points calculator to find out your chances of success.
Finally, we are pleased to bring you a workpermit.com happy ending story. Collins Mbesuma, a 21-year-old Zambian national playing football in the English city Portsmouth, has been granted a UK work permit after the club made a successful appeal to the Home Office.
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