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DHS proposed changes to on job training program for overseas STEM students October 17, 2015
DHS proposed changes to the program of on job training for overseas STEM students

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has proposed the changes to rules that will provide strength and enhances the process for the overseas students who study in US with the STEM degrees for getting experience of practical training in the US.According to the DHS, the improvement of this rule was announced as part ...

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Australia to extend loan access to New Zealand students October 17, 2015
Australia to extend access to student loan to kiwis

Thousands of students from New Zealand will get the access to the student loan program of Australia under the new government plan which will make it easier for them to study in Australia, but New Zealand has also vowed to continue fighting for the access to many other benefits and the entitlements.Malcolm Turnbull on h...

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Changes in Canada Express Entry visa requires new process for application October 17, 2015
Changes in Canadian Express Entry Visa system needs process for application

Foreign students who seek entry to study in Canada and apply for permanent residency in Canada requires to start their preparations much before they plan on the arrival. As this year, the new requirements for immigration program under the Canadian Express Entry were introduced.This new program is ranking the applicants...

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US Educational Travel Council announced High School Program with study abroad opportunities October 16, 2015
US announces High School Program with study abroad opportunities

The US Educational Travel Council has announced their study abroad high school program for the year 2016-2017 with the semester ,short term, and academic year abroad study opportunities in the countries like Australia, Brazil, Argentina, China, Chile, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Finland, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Japan, M...

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Forum for Trade Policy looking at the US L-1 Visas for the Indians October 16, 2015
The Trade Policy Forum is looking at US L-1 Visas for the Indians

The trade policy forum (National Foundation for American Policy) finds that only 44% of the applications for the L-1B visa for employing the Indians were issued, when compared to overall grant of 87% for all the countries. It seems to be easier to obtain L-1A visas for the foreign executive or managers than the L-1B vi...

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Canadian Education Fair in St. Lucia October 16, 2015
Education fair of Canada to be held in St. Lucia

Recruiters from around ten Canadian universities and colleges would be present at the Bay Garden Hotel, Rodney Bay on Wednesday, 21st October 2015 for the Education Fair of Canada in the St. Lucia.In collaboration with Canada’s High Commission, the Student Centre is pleased for bringing the Education Fair of Canada t...

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Restrictions on overseas nurses' recruitment to be lifted temporarily October 16, 2015
Restrictions on recruitment of nurses from abroad to be lifted temporarily

Restrictions on NHS foundation for recruiting the nurses from abroad have been lifted temporarily after warnings that the crises in the medical staffing is threatening this winter.Nurses are added to the shortage occupation list of the government which means that the nurses from outside of the Area of European Economy ...

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Warm welcome for the new US citizens October 16, 2015
Warm welcome given to the new citizens of the US

The USCIS Director Leon Rodriguez had administered the Oath of faithfulness at the naturalization ceremony for the 35 citizenship candidates on Wednesday at the City Hall of Philadelphia.The speakers who were present at the ceremony were Rose Kendrick who is the USCIS Philadelphia acting district director, Richard Negr...

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