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China is third most favorable education destination for overseas students December 02, 2015
China is third most favorable education destination for overseas students

China’s aim to lure around 50,000 overseas students to study in China by the year 2020 is causing its government to offer many scholarships to the students across the world.Over the previous two years, China has surpassed other leading nations, like Germany, France and Australia for becoming the third most favorable ...

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US Justice Department will ask the Supreme Court to consider long delayed immigration overhaul December 01, 2015
US Justice Department will ask the Supreme Court to consider long delayed immigration overhaul

On Tuesday, the Justice Department of the US announced that it will ask the Supreme Court to consider President Obama’s long delayed immigration repair that will allow around five million migrants without the documents to reside in the US.The series of changes vary from the temporary protections for the extended grou...

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US to tighten its visa waiver program December 01, 2015
US to tighten its visa waiver program

The Obama administration is tightening the regulations and adding latest screening needs to its visa waiver program that permits the nationals from 38 countries which also includes Australia traveling to the US without a visa.The White House is working with the lawmakers who are set to propose the changes to the prog...

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Immigration crackdown could make it tougher to hire skilled staff says CBI December 01, 2015
Crackdown on immigration could make it tougher to hire skilled staff says CBI

The business leaders have gave a warning that the crackdown on the immigration as part of the changes to the UK’s relationship with the EU would make it even tougher to hire the skilled staff in Yorkshire.The Confederation of British Industry (CBI), which hosted the EU debate for the members in the Leeds said tha...

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Millions of British citizens could face passport woes over traveling to the US December 01, 2015
Millions of British citizens could face passport woes over traveling to the US

Millions of citizens from the UK can be banned from travelling to the US unless they had purchased a new passport, following the latest security moves by the US.The White House had announced that they have been working with the US Congress on protecting the latest right to require the travelers under visa waiver progra...

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Five more nations had granted Taiwan with the visa privileges December 01, 2015
Five more nations had granted Taiwan with the visa privileges

According to the Foreign Affairs Ministry, the passport holders of Taiwan can now acquire the visa waivers, e-visas or landing visas to around 158 nations and territories after five additional nations currently had granted such privileges to Taiwan.According to minister’s official statement, the five nations includes...

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Labor shows some errors in the citizenship bill December 01, 2015
Labor shows some errors in the citizenship bill

The powers of the immigration minister had been clarified for specifying that they cannot make the decision on the citizenship of the individual under the draft regulations for stripping the citizenship from the twin national terror suspects.The Australian Government fourth portion of counterterrorism law passed lower ...

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EB-5 program was designed to offer entry visas and a route towards US citizenship November 30, 2015
EB-5 program was designed to offer entry visas and a route towards US citizenship

This immigration program which provides the overseas investors the shortcut to citizenship is either equivalent to sell the citizenship of the US or a smart approach for drawing the employment making investments from the abroad. The crucial part of program is coming up for the re authorization in coming few weeks.The...

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