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China Not Happy with Australian Education Department March 26, 2018
China Not Happy with Australian Education Department

China sends the most number of Ph.D. students to Australia and yet is facing visa delays. The Chinese government calls it a political move, however, the Australian government denies anything as such. It isn’t only Chinese nationals that are facing visa delays but has undoubtedly increased tension between the tw...

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Manitoba Draw Invites 638 People March 23, 2018
Manitoba Draw Invites 638 People

In its latest provincial draw conducted on March 13, 2018, Manitoba sent 638 invitations to apply, out of which 253 invitations were issued to Express Entry candidates. These candidates were those who had at least six months of experience in a profession on MPNP’s In-Demand Occupations List and job seeker validatio...

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You Need to Know About the French Tech Visa March 23, 2018
You Need to Know About the French Tech Visa

The government of France has come up with an innovative visa you might want to know about. Your dream of living in France will come true if you have an innovative startup idea and enough money to move to the country. You can then have an office opposite to the Eiffel Tower, and as you discuss your project with your emp...

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EU Announces Better and User-Friendly Visa Policy March 22, 2018
EU Announces New Visa Policy

The New Year brings in better and user-friendly European Union visa policy. Every year millions of travelers from around the world visit European Union countries using the Schengen visa. Visa Code, the common visa for all European Union, might be undergoing some positive changes, to enable maximum comfort to the travel...

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Ontario Invests for Helping Vulnerable Immigration March 21, 2018
Ontario Invests for Helping Vulnerable Immigration

Canada’s Ontario province recently announced investing $17.5 million extra for helping refugees and vulnerable immigrants settle in the country. Laura Albanese, Ontario’s Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, said that the latest improvement by the province will assist in improving the long-term success of newco...

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Halifax Plans for Free Public Transportation to Asylum Seekers March 21, 2018
Halifax Considering Electrical Transportation

Halifax Regional Municipality is planning to start electrical transportation in the country and also avail free public transportation to asylum seekers. During the February 27, 2018, agenda, Welcomed in Halifax program was discussed. In November 2017, the Nova Scotia council passed the amended draft of User Charges By ...

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Canada Achieves Ambitious 5yr International Education Goal March 20, 2018
Canada Achieves Ambitious 5yr International Education Goal

In 2017, Canada set a target of hosting 450,000 international students by 2022, but it seems like they will have to set another target, now that they already achieved their 2022 target. In 2017, Canada hosted 495,000 international students, 45,000 higher than their 2022 target.It means the number has grown by 41 percen...

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Canada's Tech Industry is Growing Faster March 20, 2018
Canada's Tech Industry is Growing Faster

Canada is a far less populated country than its neighbor, the US, but Canadians spend more time online than Americans. It might surprise most of the people, but that’s because Canada’s tech industry is thriving really good. While Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube can be found on an American as well as Canad...

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