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Tier 2 Visa may Affect Foreign Academics June 04, 2018
Foreign Academics in Debt Because of Tier 2 Visa

Many Indian and non - European Union professors working at British universities are in heavy debt as they need to pay increased tier 2 visa costs and permanent residency costs if they want to continue working. UK Home Office allows non - European Union workers to work in the country for up to five years. UK visas are t...

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USCIS Updates L1 Visa Program Rules June 02, 2018
Recently L1 Visa Program Rules Updated by USCIS

Recently, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services updated the L1 intracompany visa program requiring the US company and foreign employer to establish a connection to qualify for bringing foreign-born skilled workers to the United States. In short, they need to prove that the same employer owns the two ...

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Popular Study Abroad Programs in Japan May 31, 2018
Popular Study Abroad Programs in Japan

Japan might be a unique study abroad option for Indian students as most prefer studying in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Germany. The educational system is very different in Japan, and you’d be divided into choosing a study abroad program and a college. Most students go to Japan to stu...

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Indian Migrants Struggling Because of UK Immigration Policies May 30, 2018
Indian Migrants Struggling Because of UK Immigration Policies

Indian doctors make up a majority of Great Britain’s National Health Service but hundreds of those who were recruited in the past six months because UK Home Office is receiving a tremendously high number of tier 2 visa applications received from UK Home Office. Theresa May, former Home Secretary, implement...

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NZ Signed A Deal with Chinese Banks for Visa Approval to their Clients May 28, 2018
NZ Signed A Deal with Chinese Banks for Visa Approval to their Clients

Immigration New Zealand signed a deal with China UnionPay and Bank of China to approve visas of their clients in just one working day. However, these clients should’ve already traveled to New Zealand in the past two years on a tourist visa to be eligible for the program. Bank of China’s Private Banking a...

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Critics Say that Privatizing Visa System May Affect Badly to Australia May 26, 2018
Critics Say that Privatizing Visa System May Affect Badly to Australia

While the Australian government decides whether or not to privatize its visa system, critics are affirmative that will do no good to the country. It goes without saying that Australia is a favorite among skilled immigrants and international students. Community and Public Sector Union has already warned the government...

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Australian Govt Failed in Making Proper Use of Skilled Immigrants May 24, 2018
Australia Not Making Good Use of Skilled Immigrants

Australia opened its immigration system in 1988, but it looks like the government isn’t utilizing the skilled professionals to their maximum. According to a recent survey, 40 percent of skilled immigrants are over-educated to work, making it difficult to find employment. Overeducation rate is four times higher than t...

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Canada Will Deport Nigerians Who Are Denied Asylum May 23, 2018
Canada Will Deport Nigerians Who Are Denied Asylum

Ahmed Hussen, immigration minister of Canada, visited Nigeria in a past week to talk with senior officials about the sudden increase in Nigerian asylum seekers entering Canada. Their talk was successful and Nigerian government assured it will discourage its citizens from misusing the American travel visa and illegally ...

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