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Newfoundland province announced latest application fees for skilled employees' categories April 29, 2016
Newfoundland province announced latest application fees for skilled employees' categories

Newfoundland and Labrador which is a province of Canada has declared new application fee from 1st May 2016, for the categories of skilled employees and Express Entry skilled employees. These skilled employees categories are part of Provincial Nominee Program of Newfoundland and Labrador (NLPNP).Express Entry Skilled Em...

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Latest visa to lure entrepreneurs to New Zealand April 29, 2016
Latest visa to lure entrepreneurs to New Zealand

Immigration Minister of New Zealand. Michal Woodhouse has welcomed a latest Global Impact Visa (GIVs) which has been designed to bring the innovative and international entrepreneurs to New Zealand.According to Woodhouse, Previous year, New Zealand government committed towards considering a latest Global Impact Visa t...

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India is expected to link Interpol RCN database with its network of e-visa April 29, 2016
India is expected to link Interpol RCN database with its network of e-visa

India is expected to link Interpol RCN database with its e-visa for avoiding any embarrassment caused by granting of travel document. According to official from Home Office, India want to link the database of Interpol RCN with India’s network of e-tourist visa so that no individual who has got RCN against him is pr...

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ETA to become compulsory for entering into Canada April 28, 2016
ETA to become compulsory for entering into Canada

Airlines flying into Canada would now need an ETA for customers to complete the process of check in. The individual who does it online would not get printed boarding pass if their eTA is not recognized.ETA applications could be finished through the Canadian government webportal. The processing time could be five minute...

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Pennsylvania and Great Lakes states of the US requires skilled immigrants April 28, 2016
Pennsylvania and Great Lakes states of the US requires skilled immigrants

Previously this month, the USCIS has declared that they had reached the compulsory H-1B limit for the FY 2017. This H-1B visa program lets the employers in the US to employ foreign employees on provisional basis in occupations that needs specialized skills.It has been seen that regions like Great Lakes and Pennsylvania...

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Higher Education has brought an estimated $10.7 billion of income for UK April 28, 2016
Higher Education has brought an estimated $10.7 billion of income for UK

Around 280 million pounds of funds has been issued to the University College of London, for funding their determined expansion proposal of its campus and in Olympic Park at Stanford.UCL is among the universities in the UK which has maintained its increased place in the universal ranking for teaching excellence and rese...

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US STEM programs create Global Leaders April 27, 2016
US STEM programs create Global Leaders

The universities and the educational institutions of America provide various degrees in a different domain. STEM program is one of the best initiatives by the American government to reform the education system. Science, technology, engineering, and math come under the STEM program.The America has already developed as...

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Malaysia requires skilled workers to drive the economy April 27, 2016
Malaysia requires skilled workers to drive the economy

Malaysia is the most beautiful country and the best education hub of Asia. Every year the country has produced many international graduates and skilled workers from its universities. The biggest problem is the shortage of human resource to work on its project creates a barrier to its financial growth.The furniture in...

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