Author: Melanie Clarke

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Teaching in Taiwan – Dealing with the paperwork

What is legalisation? The process of legalisation, also known as authentication or attestation, takes officially-issued documents from one country and makes them legally recognised in another. This can include a single stage, up to 6 stages, dependent on many factors including document type, its usage and destination, to name just a few. Legalisation of a document can be simply split...

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Lockdown – Has it put people off travel and relocation?

Being in lockdown has affected everyone differently. With many people working from home, some people furloughed and others still on the front line, everyone has had to adapt. As travel restrictions have remained in place also, most holidays have been cancelled or postponed for the foreseeable future, but do people still want to travel after going through this pandemic, or...

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Preparing for the recruitment boom – Expanding your skills in lockdown

Adjusting to a new country, and even a new career certainly has its difficulties. Whether you’re looking to relocate overseas once lock down is eased, or simply looking at trying a new career path teaching online, now is the perfect time to expand your skill set. From preparing your job application, learning how to put together lesson plans and even...

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Travel After COVID-19 – What Will It Be Like?

With travel currently highly restricted across the globe, many are wondering what state the industry will be in once the Coronavirus epidemic is hailed to be over. With most people feeling the impact of the freeze in travel, and with many having to have holidays and other events cancelled, the travel companies themselves will be feeling anxious over the situation....

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Does your name differ on your documents? Avoid them being rejected for legalisation

If you are having your documents legalised for use overseas, you may run into issues if your name differs between your document and your official ID. This could vary for a host of reasons, including marriage, divorce, Deed Poll or simply not including your full name. To avoid experiencing delays and additional costs, this article will help you understand how...

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Coronavirus – How the impact on teacher recruitment is evolving

With all of the headlines around the Coronavirus constantly filling up our news feeds, it’s leaving many with more questions than answers and filling those who had planned to relocate with uncertainty. In our unique position, assisting people looking to move and travel around the globe, we are here to provide a balanced and informed view of the situation. How...

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UK Apostille – Everything You Need To Know About UK Legalisation

  UK APOSTILLESEverything You Need To Know POST NAVIGATION What is an Apostille? Hague Countries Document Types Issuing Bodies Validity Next Steps BY MELANIE CLARKE Legalisation can be a complicated procedure. With various terms for what is essentially the same process, and a range of factors affecting the process depending on your personal circumstances, things can get stressful. We’re here...

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Teaching in Vietnam – How To Legalise Your Documents

Vietnam continues to gain the attention of those looking for a location to teach ESL, for the beautiful landscapes, friendly people and cost of living being low compared to other locations. As a legalisation for Vietnam specialist, we have extensive experience in helping those looking to start a new adventure.

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Getting a tourist visa for Egypt – Which type is right for you

Egypt is a popular tourist destination, with over 9 million people travelling there each year. With its ancient history and luxury resorts, it’s clear to see why. Whether you are planning on exploring the Valley of the Kings, relaxing by the pool or cruising down the Nile, Egypt has plenty to offer to make every visit exciting and unique. Find out which visa type you’ll require for your trip, to avoid any delays.

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Qatar Legalisation – Complete Guide To Education Documents

Legalising documents for use in Qatar is principally the same as for any other country. However, in 2016 there were additional requirements introduced to legalise degree certificates, and even now we still get supporting documents from universities that do not contain all the required specific information as it can be difficult navigating the potentially unclear guidelines to ensure we meet their specific requirements.