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Canada Express Entry's 37th draw issues ITAs to 773 candidates June 30, 2016
Canada Express Entry's 37th draw issues ITAs to 773 candidates

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) in the latest express draw issued permanent residence invitations to 773 candidates who secured 482 points.The 37th Express Entry Draw was held on June 29, by IRCC. The draw figures the slight decrease in the CRS points over the36th Canada Express Entry draw held on J...

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Four Indians honored with Great Immigrants June 29, 2016
Four Indians honored with Great Immigrants

Google CEO Sunder Pichai and three other people of Indian origin are in the list of 42 US nationals to be honored with the United States "Great Immigrants: The Pride of America" award.The three other prominent personalities are Hari Sreenivasan, Senior Correspondent, PBS NewsHour, Award-winning author Bharati Mukherjee...

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Canada offers visa-free travel to Mexicans June 29, 2016
Canada offers visa-free travel to Mexicans

Prioritizing to strengthen the relationship with Mexico, Canada Federal Government announced new visa rules that will deepen its ties with Canada.Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced visa-free travel to Mexicans, which will increase exchange of business, ideas and travelers to both the countries.The new polic...

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Cameron - Immigration forced Britons to reject EU June 29, 2016
Cameron - Immigration forced Britons to reject EU

The United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron in a meeting with European leaders said that immigration compelled the Britons to reject the European Union.Cameron stressed on the importance of the need to access European market and immigration issues must be addressed to deal with the crisis.His comments indicated t...

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Australia - Immigration officials involved in visa fraud June 28, 2016
Australia - Immigration officials involved in visa fraud

Australia Immigration popular for point-based immigration system is under fire for fraudulent practices by immigration officials.The investigation report revealed that the immigration officials are involved in 132 visa issuing cases related to a student and skilled visas.Immigration Department chief Michael Pezzullo in...

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Singaporeans Join the United States Global Entry Scheme June 28, 2016
Singaporeans Join the United States Global Entry Scheme

Singaporeans who frequently fly to the United States can move quickly with very fewer immigration checks. The joint program Trusted Traveler Programme (TTP) arranges automated kiosks at entry points of both the countries.Singapore's Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) in a release said that frequent travelers c...

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UK Needs New Visa Policy To Address Digital Skills Crisis June 27, 2016
UK needs new visa policy to address digital skills crisis

The United Kingdom's Committee on Science and Technology (STC) suggested the Government ease visa policies for companies that employ fewer employees less than twenty.The committee demanded a new visa policy to address the digital skill shortage in the software companies.The comprehensive report published by the STC urg...

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Canada Mainly Relies on Immigrant Workers June 27, 2016
Canada Mainly Relies on Immigrant Workers

The Statistics revealed that Canada Job Market is largely dependent on immigrants. The figures show the drastic increase of immigrants with jobs over Canadians.A decade ago 20 percent of jobs in Canada were held by immigrants. Now it drastically rose by five present.For the second time, Canada has seen a record number ...

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