Archive for January 2011
UdonThani House for Rent /Sale large house with lots LandVery nice Villa for sale or long term rental 3900.000 Thai Bhat Sale or 20.000 Thi Bhat per month Rental. 20 min from Udon Thani a quality House with lots room i have Villas from 4000 Thai Bhats per month today in a village 10 min to Udon City. long term Rentals. The village has Tel Internet and Cable Tv also 2 local shops Tesco lotus 5 min Away in the Car
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Vacation rental Clelia - Romewww.globalcitybreak.co.uk This apartment is perfect for a city break in Rome for the whole family. It is situated in a quiet area away from the hectic heart of Rome close to the pizzerias, supermarkets and banks. The apartment consists of a living room with sofa bed and access to the lovely balcony with a nice view, a double bedroom, another bedroom with two single beds, a nice kitchen with all accessories and a bathroom with bathtub and shower. The holiday apartment contains air conditioning and gives you plenty of opportunities to enjoy Rome with the whole family.
Malaekahana Beach House - North Shore Oahu Vacation RentalMalaekahana Beach House is your own private seaside retreat located along the stunning coastline of the famed North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. www.MalaekahanaBeachHouse.com
Applying for the UK Youth Mobility Scheme Visa?
I'm a Canadian citizen, 21 years old, and would like to live in the UK for a year or so. I've already looked up the most suitable visa for me - the Tier 5 Youth Mobility Scheme visa. This is not the same as a Tier 3 temporary work visa or a normal Tier 5 visa (I'm not sure I understood the distinction between Tier 5 YMS and Tier 5 though) - but anyways, the YMS visa caters specifically to young people on working holidays, and has much lower requirements than other visa, all of which I meet. I'm slightly confused about a few points though: What is a "government sponsorship"? Apparently I need to be sponsored by the federal government of my nation (Canada), but I have no idea what this means. Do I need to have a job lined up in the UK beforehand? Some websites seem to suggest I do, but it's not listed as a requirements for the visa itself - the official financial requirements are to have a certain amount of savings. If I don't want to hire a consultant, where would I actually go to apply? Or using an immigration consultant the best route? How long does this usually take from submitting an application to actually being able to enter the country? Lastly, has anyone ever applied for an YMS and would like to share the experience or give me any tips? Thanks in advance to any replies.