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Couple Finally Reunited After Immigration Confusion March 15, 2018
Couple Finally Reunited After Immigration Confusion

Christine Hubert and Charles O’Hare live a happy life in Marysville, but suddenly Hubert was asked to return to France because of inadequate informed received by Immigration Canada. But after living separately for four months, the couple was reunited on February 17, 2018. Hubert is from France but has been living in ...

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Physical Disability is not a Hurdle to Live in Canada March 14, 2018
Physical Disability is not a Hurdle to Live in Canada

Ahmed Hussen, Immigration Minister of Canada, is determined to remove medical grounds as a judging ground for immigrants entering the country. Earlier, it was thought that if an immigrant with a disability is a huge burden on Canada’s public health scheme. But to think that is discriminating on the government’s beh...

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Indian Old Medical Visa Need Changes for Better Reputation March 13, 2018
Indian Old Medical Visa Need Changes for Better Reputation

The government of India started the medical visa thinking it would boost medical tourism since people get world class quality service at much lower rates as compared to developed countries like the US. Also, people from India’s neighboring countries including Bangladesh, Nepal, and Pakistan visit the country for gett...

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South Korea New Rules Attracts Intl Students March 10, 2018
South Korea New Rules Attracts Intl Students

In the recent years, South Korea has become an ideal destination for international students to study, especially those from Asia. International students have to acquire the D-4-1 visa aka student visa to study in the Asian nation. However, the Justice Ministry announced that rules will be tightened after they review th...

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New Zealand Grants PR to Earthquake Refugees on Humanitarian Grounds March 09, 2018
New Zealand Grants PR to Earthquake Refugees on Humanitarian Grounds

In 2015, Nepal was high by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that injured around 22,000 people and killed almost 9,000. For those who claimed refugee status were welcomed in New Zealand. Some were even told to stay in the country forever as they were suffering from the chronic post-traumatic stress disorder.There was this one...

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Canadian Govt Welcomes Syrian Family with Open Arms March 08, 2018
Canadian Govt Welcomes Syrian Family with Open Arms

Until now, the government of Canada has welcomed more than 75,000 Syrians in the country and also helped them settle. The government plans to welcome much more in the future. Dundas Coalition for Refugee Support is a refugee help group in Canada that sponsors refugee families to come to Canada, and through the organiza...

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Trump Discuss Immigration and Border Security with Mexican President March 07, 2018
Trump Discuss Immigration and Border Security with Mexican President

US president, Donald Trump, talked with the Mexican president, Enrique Peña Nieto, and gave condolences for the lives lost when a military helicopter crashed in Oaxaca, killing 13 people and injuring 13. The incident occurred in the last week when the military was assessing the region, which was hit by 7.2 magnitude e...

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Immigrants from UK and US Increases Rapidly in New Zealand March 05, 2018
Immigrants from UK and US Increases Rapidly in New Zealand

Away from the hustle and bustle of city life and dirty politics, UK and US citizens are settling in the faraway land of New Zealand. The activity has been even stronger after the UK exited European Union and Donald Trump became the US president in 2017.Compared to 2016, 45 percent of Americans settling in New Zealand i...

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