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Trump Discuss Immigration and Border Security with Mexican President March 07, 2018
Trump Discuss Immigration and Border Security with Mexican President

US president, Donald Trump, talked with the Mexican president, Enrique Peña Nieto, and gave condolences for the lives lost when a military helicopter crashed in Oaxaca, killing 13 people and injuring 13. The incident occurred in the last week when the military was assessing the region, which was hit by 7.2 magnitude e...

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Immigrants from UK and US Increases Rapidly in New Zealand March 05, 2018
Immigrants from UK and US Increases Rapidly in New Zealand

Away from the hustle and bustle of city life and dirty politics, UK and US citizens are settling in the faraway land of New Zealand. The activity has been even stronger after the UK exited European Union and Donald Trump became the US president in 2017.Compared to 2016, 45 percent of Americans settling in New Zealand i...

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Mallika Sherawat Requests for Visa on NGO Founder's Behalf March 01, 2018
Mallika Sherawat Requests for Visa on NGO Founder's Behalf

Mallika Sherawat has always worked closely with several NGOs for social causes and this time around, the Bollywood actress, has gone a step ahead in helping humanity. The actress worked with Free-A-Girl India and supported the association’s co-founder, Evelien Holsken, for getting an Indian travel visa. She wrote to ...

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Now Malaysians can Renew US Work Visa through Mail February 28, 2018
Now Malaysians can Renew US Work Visa through Mail

Earlier, Malaysians holding US work visa had to make an appointment online to visit the United States Embassy in their home country, but now they can directly send their documents by mail. This exclusive service is eligible only for those who have a valid US visa, or it has expired in the 12 months. Even regular Malays...

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New Zealand is suffering from an Underemployment Crisis February 24, 2018
New Zealand is suffering from an Underemployment Crisis

There are jobs in New Zealand but no one to fill them. There are people in the country who want to work in those jobs but can’t because they aren’t skilled enough for them. At the same time, there are more than skilled for jobs there are currently holding. Looking at this situation, one can say that New Zealand is ...

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India and Oman aim at improving better travel, health and business February 23, 2018
India and Oman aim at improving better travel, health and business

India and Oman have always maintained close ties despite India’s relationship with other Gulf countries. On Narendra Modi’s three-nation visit in the Gulf, he visited Oman the last.He was in the Arab country for two days and met many officials including Sultan Qaboos bin Said al Said, Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Sai...

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Canada welcomes Irish citizens with open arms February 23, 2018
Canada welcomes Irish citizens with open arms

After leaving in Sydney, Australia for almost nine years, it was more like a home for Siobhán Young. And then one random day, Young received a notice from the Australian government that she had only 28 days to leave Australia. Her world came crashing down because she was living there legally. Her visa was valid, and s...

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Canadian GDP Likely Growing as Immigrants Growing February 21, 2018
Canadian GDP Likely Growing as Immigrants Growing

What are the first few words that come to your mind when you think about Canada? Immigrant-friendly, multicultural, high standard of living at low costs, and snow, isn’t it? Canadian Visa Expert says like any other developed and wealthy country, Canada to needs to maintain its population to sustain growth.According t...

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