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British Columbia has raised its immigration allocation May 18, 2016
British Columbia has raised its immigration allocation

The province of Canada, British Columbia, has witnessed a small increase in its overall yearly nomination allocation for the provincial nominee program of British Columbia (BCPNP), with the statistics increasing to 5,800 from 5500 for this year.Previously this year the British Columbia government had requested the Cana...

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UK visa scheme for high skilled foreign employees under used May 17, 2016
UK visa scheme for high skilled foreign employees under used

According to a study, it was revealed that UK’s Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visas meant for high-skilled foreign employees has not been fully used over the past few years, with just 12% of the visas has been used since the year 2013.A report also said that under use is mainly pronounced all over the engineering and dig...

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UK"s Newcastle University is offering Great Scholarship Scheme to Indian students May 17, 2016
Newcastle University is offering Great Scholarship Scheme to Indian students

In association with British Council, NewCastle University of the UK is providingScheme of Great Scholarship to students from India. The University has invited postgraduate Indian students for the scholarship worth 5000 pounds payable towards their initial year tuition fees. The students require meeting conditions of ...

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India has emerged as the biggest source of migrants to Australia May 17, 2016
India has emerged as the biggest source of migrants to Australia

According to the new Australian High Commissioner to India, Harinder Sidhu, there has been the threefold increase in Indo born Australians in the previous ten years with the country now becoming home for few half of million immigrants from India.There are around 53,000 Indian students and around 2.33 lakh visas were gr...

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Canadian government to make major changes in its citizenship law May 16, 2016
Canadian government to make major changes in its citizenship law

The Government of Canada is geared to reverse the controversial changes to the route that issues citizenship.The citizenship bill is called as C-6, is said to be a attraction of the latest legislative issue of the Canadian government. The Committee of House Immigration, Chairperson Borys Wrzesnewsky told that it is...

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Migration to New Zealand has hit a new high May 16, 2016
Migration to New Zealand has hit a new high

Net migration in New Zealand is at its high level with over 1,24,000 individuals arriving in the country, looking to reside permanently or for longer period of time. During similar duration around 56,450 individuals had migrated in the country, resulting in a net gain of around 67,619 individuals more migrating to th...

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India and the US hold secret dialogue over WTO visa row May 16, 2016
India and the US hold secret dialogue over WTO visa row

India and the US held a confidential bilateral dialogue at the WTO for solving many issues that were lifted by India in a key business dispute against the barriers from the US on short term services providers’ movement or non immigrant visas, but the probability of an cordial outcome appear to be difficult.In a compl...

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Calls for expansion of Canadian temporary worker program May 14, 2016
Calls for expansion of Canadian temporary worker program

An Ontario based Chamber of Commerce has asked the government of Canada for expanding the temporary employee program of the country by making a special visa that will enable highly develop firms to lure foreign management talent much easily. According to the Executive Director of Chamber of Commerce, Rory Ring, Canada ...

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