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US Senators introduce a law to slash H-1B visas by 15,000 December 09, 2015
US Senators introduce a law to slash H-1B visas by 15,000

Two US Senators had introduced a law in Senate and had also proposed to bring down the H-1B visa numbers by 15,000 and also decided that this visa would be offered to the top most wage earners first.The law was presented by the Senators Bill Nelson and Jeff Sessions. According to Nelson, by cutting down the visa nu...

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Migrants would make biggest share of increase in workers by 2020 December 09, 2015
Migrants would make biggest share of increase in workers by 2020

According to the Treasury watchdogs, migrants in the UK would make up the major share of increase in the individuals in work.The Budget Responsibility Office (OBR) had anticipated that the number of people who would be working in the UK would jump by 1.1 million to a record breaking 32.2 million by the year 2020.Ac...

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Curbing the benefits of migrant workers would have less effect on immigration to the UK December 09, 2015
Curbing the benefits of migrant workers would have less effect on immigration to the UK

The UK Prime Minister David Cameron is busy in a war with other leaders over his demand that the UK is able to deny the benefits of migrants for the period of four years and according to him that will slash the flow of overseas workers who seek to work in UK.But according to the economist Sir Stephen, altering the be...

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Australia clarifies about process of visa cancellation appeals December 09, 2015
Australia clarifies about process of visa cancellation appeals

The Immigration Department of Australia have made it clear that the situation related to those individuals who had their visa revoked and had also confirmed that the application to cancel a visa cancellation would continue to be processed after the person had left the nation.It has followed just after a latest bill has...

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Nasscom says comprehensive immigration changes in the US unlikely December 09, 2015
Nasscom says comprehensive immigration changes in the US unlikely

According to Nasscom, India’s IT industry body, it is not likely that any wide-ranging immigration changes would take place in the US in the immediate future, but it does not mean that threats of such random actions are missing.According to Nasscom President, R Chandrashekhar, presently, based on our data, we under...

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US State Department would no longer issue additional passport pages from next year December 08, 2015
US State Department would no longer issue additional passport pages from next year

For the regular tourists there is nothing much impressive than a passport which is well stamped and its pages that are filled with dates and inks and destinations. But if the pages of your passport are going to be filled up, then you required applying for extra pages in your passport.From 1st January 2016, the US Depar...

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Canada has made changes to its working holiday visa scheme December 08, 2015
Canada made changes to its working holiday visa scheme

For those who are looking to visit Canada next year on a working holiday visa. Canada has changed the system of application for its International Experience Canada (IEC) program. And the application system is now open for submissions from the citizens of Ireland for the year 2016.The latest process shall avoid the ...

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Increasing sanctions against employers hiring undocumented migrants won't stop abuse December 08, 2015
Increasing sanctions against employers hiring undocumented migrants won't stop abuse

The government of UK had presented the Immigration Bill for the year 2015 that proposed two key changes. Primarily, it brings in latest and enhanced sanctions against those employers who employ migrants without documents, and it also includes the criminal and civil punishment obligatory by the courts.The result is that...

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