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Canada Anticipates Massive Immigration Restructuring In The Fall September 26, 2016
Canada Anticipates Massive Immigration Restructuring In The Fall

The Canadian immigration system is known for a constant revisiting of its scheme’s policies to accommodate more inviting and incentivizing strategies for people and labor across the globe. They occasionally plan ahead and also make predictions for future years based on their current experience and gathered facts in t...

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Britons top India's e-tourist visa count September 24, 2016
Britons top India's e-tourist visa count

According to the latest figures released by the India Tourism Office at London, British travelers account for approximately one-fourth of all e-visas issued globally.Britons embraced the e-Tourist Visa (eTV) facility started by India, since its inception in 2015. Britons have applied for approximately 197788 e-visas ou...

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1,288 ITAs for PR under the 43rd Express Entry - Canada September 22, 2016
1,288 ITAs for PR under the 43rd Express Entry – Canada

The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, John McCallum, in accordance with section 10.3 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, granted the annexed Ministerial Instructions Respecting Invitations, to apply for Permanent Residency under the Express Entry System.The 43rd Canada Express Entry Draw has issued ...

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Constraints on travel to Canada commencing September 30th September 21, 2016
Constraints on travel to Canada commencing September 30th

According to its immigration ministry, foreign nationals (Europeans included), who enjoy visa exemptions, flying to or through Canada will soon need an eTA or Electronic Travel Authorization.New regulations had already been rolled out in mid-March, but a grace period has been in effect since then because of technical s...

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Australia may increase fee for contributory parents visa September 19, 2016
Australia may increase fee for contributory parents visa

Australia’s Immigration Minister Peter Dutton, speaking after getting the recommendations by the productivity commission report said, his government will consider the "policy settings" for family visas. The report recommends increasing the visa fees for parent visas.A report by the Productivity Commission which was...

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Immigration News for people interested in migrating to Canada September 19, 2016
Immigration News for people interested in migrating to Canada

Good news for foreign workers working in Canada because immigration minister said this past Sundaythat they would be guided and provided an easier process to be the citizen of Canada. Canada is a world growing economic center and a beautiful place to live. But the work force required is less as compared to resources. T...

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70% of Investor & Entrepreneur Visas being snagged by Wealthy Chinese September 16, 2016
70% of Investor & Entrepreneur Visas being snagged by Wealthy Chinese

Affluent Chinese denizens are grabbing over 70% of visas chosen for innovative overseas investors and entrepreneurs, increasing fears that the program could be a complete drag on the economy.A report by the Productivity Commission on Australia’s admission of migrants detected that the ‘Business Innovation and Inves...

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McCallum - Value test for new immigrants dangerous September 14, 2016
McCallum - Value test for new immigrants dangerous

Canada’s Immigration Minister, John McCallum, has considered the controversial proposal to evaluate new immigrants for “anti-Canadian” values is “dangerous and disregarded the existing procedures of such nature.In an interview, McCallum defended his governments existing immigration system to scrutinize the secu...

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