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Developed countries are inviting skilled and qualified applicants for immigration and resettlement.

These countries are top-ranked in the world on the basis of their quality of life, standard of living, health care system, high level of education, employment opportunities, per capita income, legal rights and especially human rights.


Canada is the second largest country in the world, is a collection of ten fairly large provinces and three territories. The total area of Canada is 9,984,670square kilometers. Initially, Canada was a colony of the United Kingdom but today it is a free nation. The National Flag of Canada holds a large red maple leaf in the middle with thick red borders on the two sides. Canada represents Federal Constitutional Monarchy with Parliamentary democracy. Toronto is the largest city of the country. The capital is Ottawa. The official languages of the country are English and French.

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Australia is a unique country because it is young and has not yet fully developed. It is commonly known as “The Land of Opportunity".There are beautiful and clean parks, beaches, rivers, and country areas to visit. Its weather is mostly warm and sunny. It has modern and up-to-date schools, colleges and universities that teach advanced technology and arts. Australia has modern health, medical and welfare system for all ages of people January and February are the hottest months; June and July are the coldest months.

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United Kingdom

UK, a dominant industrial and maritime power of the 19th century, played a historic role in developing parliamentary democracy and in escalating literature and science. The British Empire, at its peak boasted of ruling an area, which stretched over one-fourth of the earth's surface. The first half of the 20th century however, saw UK's strength gravely exhausted with two World Wars. The second half witnessed the dismantling of the Empire and the UK rebuilding itself into a modern and prosperous European nation.

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New Zealand

New Zealand is long and narrow country stretching a distance of 1600 kilometers in a North to South direction and about 450 kilometers wide, at its widest point. The combined area of the whole country is approximately 268,000 square kilometers. October through to April is the warmest months and May to September are the coolest. Summer climate would be between 21 and 28 degrees centigrade, while winter climate would be between 11 or 12 degrees centigrade. South Island is renowned for the majesty of its mountains and beauty of woodlands, lakes and rivers.

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