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    New World Immigration services comply with the Immigration Acts of the countries we service. Our consultancy services are unavailable through government channels. The application forms used during the immigration process can also be collected free of charge at any relevant immigration office.

  • Immigration to Australia

    Discover Sunshine, Security and Economic freedom in the most sought after migration destination in the world

  • Visas for South Africa

    Let New World Immigration guide you through the process in applying for a South African Visa/Permit

  • Discover the EU with Permanent Residency

    Experience the charm and beauty of Europe with EU Residency and Citizenship

  • Visas For USA and Canada

    Let New World Immigration guide you through the process in applying for a Canadian Visa/Permit

  • Immigration to New Zealand

    Discover a new life in New Zealand that you and your family will enjoy

Last Updated 21 October 2016

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New World Immigration

"New World Immigration facilitates the complete visa process for you. Our services cover but are not limited to Australian and South African Immigration and Emigration, European Residency Permits, Canadian Work and Study Visas together with all Retirement, Volunteer, Investor and Permanent Residency Visas."

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Latest News

Highly Skilled migrants, especially women, choose Canada says survey

21 October 2016

More and more highly skilled and educated migrants are rating Canada as their number one choice of countries to live and work in and this year, for the first time highly-skilled female migrants outnumber their male counterparts.


Pools Now Open for the 2017 International Experience Canada (IEC) Program

20 October 2016

Are you young and have been bitten by the travel bug? Have you considered exploring Canada – one of the best countries in the world to live in?