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How Important is the German Translation Industry?

It is difficult to overestimate the importance of the German translation industry worldwide. On the one hand, German as a language is spoken by around 100 million people worldwide and in countries that have a lot of economic and political clout, but the language itself is not a recognised international language. This has something to do with the history of Germany itself and its attempt in the nineteenth century to grab parts of the world as colonies. This is how countries like Britain and France joined Spain and Portugal as temporary colonial masters of large parts of the world.

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Translators Can Still Help Expand Your Business in Troubled Times

It may seem premature to talk about expanding your business at a time when much of the world’s economic system has been severely hampered by the spread of Covid-19. Some businesses may never survive. Many have taken a direct hit and others have gone into hibernation. International travel is almost completely suspended. International tourism, even domestic travel and tourism has been decimated.

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The Benefits of Translating COVID-19 Resources

Covid-19, the disease caused by the SARS-cov-2, has spread to just about every corner of the planet. It is highly contagious, spread throughout the air on droplets released when people talk, cough or sneeze, or by contact with viruses left on hard surfaces. Its rapid spread has been aided by humanity’s insatiable appetite for long-distance travel.

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What Is the Role of NAATI Certified Translations In German Translation?

German English translation is an important industry in Australia. Most professional translators in Australia are accredited with a national body called the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI). This is because a lot of translation work needed for employers and government agencies must be completed and certified by a NAATI accredited translator. It doesn’t mean that a non accredited translator cannot find work in the German translation industry, but the work available would be more limited and less lucrative.

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Have you Been Thinking of Migrating to Australia?

Modern Australia has been built on migration. Its first inhabitants came to the island continent in several waves of migration up to 60,000 years ago. Most of this migration is thought to have occurred across the relatively narrow gap between what is now the Northern Territory coastline of Arnhem Land and Timor in present-day Indonesia.

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All You Need to Know About the ELICOS Sector Visa Subclass 570

There is a visa available in Australia called the Independent ELICOS Sector Visa Subclass 570. It permits International students to reside in the country so that they are able to study for the certificate called English Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS).  The Subclass 570 Visa is valid for a number of courses.

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Celebrating the Epiphany in Germany

In Germany, epiphany is celebrated on January 6th. In the Church Calendar, this is the date that the Bible’s Wise Men brought gifts to baby Jesus in his stable in Bethlehem. Today in Germany this date is a public holiday. Special church services take place and children dress up as Star Singers and visit people door to door to collect both coins and treats, while men go door to door dressed up as kings and bless houses using chalk and write the acronyms C, M and B, the names of the three kings.

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The Requirements and Checklist for Partner Visas in Australia

If you are married to an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident, or New Zealand citizen and want to live with that person in Australia you must apply for the appropriate partner visa. You can be granted a partner visa whether you are married or in a de-facto relationship as long as it is genuine and has lasted normally for at least the previous 12 months.

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Process for Applying a Schengen Visa in Australia

Australians are some of the world’s top travellers. When they visit Europe they are likely to stay between 11 and 16 days travelling in the countries. If you are an Australian citizen you are not required to get a visa for short trips to the Schengen countries in Europe. You can just arrive at the border by plane or train and get a 3-month stamp in your passport. This is issued instantly, as your passport number provides the immigration authorities with all the information they need to know about you.

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Processing Times for Australian/German Visas

There are several reasons why as a German you may wish to come to Australia. If you are travelling for leisure purposes it could be to go on holiday, to visit friends and relatives or it might be an important event like the Australian Open. If one of these is your choice you have several visa options to choose from. Each has its Australian visa processing time. For these visas, you are not permitted to work, but you are allowed to study for up to 3 months.

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