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Bill would significantly change the H-1B program and end the OPT program December 16, 2015
Bill would significantly change the H-1B program and end the OPT program

A bill that will significantly reform the H-1B visa program and successfully ends the OPT program, both that the employers utilize to recruit overseas workers in the skilled positions had been introduced in the Senate. US Presidential candidates Ted Cruz and Jeff Sessions had co-sponsored the American Jobs First Act.Th...

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UK set to block citizens from Australia, New Zealand and Canada in favor of additional EU workers December 16, 2015
UK set to block citizens from Australia, New Zealand and Canada in favor of additional EU workers

Britain is welcoming more number of citizens from EU countries who are not facing any restrictions on beginning their new life in this nation.According to the Australian Department of Foreign Trade and Affairs (DFAT), a latest tranche of the UK visa regulations is all set to come into force by next year and the governm...

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Proposed commonwealth visa scheme intended to attract more students from India December 16, 2015
Proposed commonwealth visa scheme intended to attract more students from India

With the Indian students who are highly sought after with the foreign higher education sector, the Mayor of London Boris Johnson had recently proposed a latest visa scheme which intends to pull more students from India to the British Universities.This proposed visa permits the students from the Commonwealth partners ...

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The H-1B visa pain would go past Indian IT giants December 16, 2015
The H-1B visa pain would go past Indian IT giants

The US lawmakers are pushing new attempts for restricting the visas for skilled overseas workers. And this has again become a big threat to some of the major IT companies of India.The information from the Nasscom has revealed that the US Senator Ted Cruz is the most recent for taking the plan. He seeks to set the least...

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E-Tourist visas registered a whopping 2713% growth in November December 16, 2015
E-Tourist visas registered a whopping 2713% growth in November

As many as 83,501 overseas tourists had arrived in the nation on the e-tourist visa last month this year registering a record high growth of 2713.4% when compared to 2,968 during the last year’s October month.TVoA(Tourist Visa on Arrival), which is enabled by the Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA), also known as e...

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Community colleges in the US are increasing their efforts to lure foreign students December 15, 2015
Community colleges in the US are increasing their efforts to lure foreign students

The community colleges in US are increasing their efforts for attracting the foreign students who want to study in the US amid the outbreak of the pathway program increase in the nation.The community colleges in the US has been the routes for better four years institutions for the students who would not have been pre...

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Employers using E-Verify should download and preserve the data by end of the year December 15, 2015
Employers using E-Verify should download and preserve the data by end of the year

US employers who are registered in the “E-Verify”, the electronic system for job eligibility verification must prepare for downloading and preserving the entire e-Verify information submitted to the USCIS by the 31st December 2015.On the yearly basis, the USCIS should arrange the E-Verify records that are10 year ...

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UK Government requires fresh immigration policy if economy is to develop says CBI December 15, 2015
UK Government requires fresh immigration policy if economy is to develop says CBI

UK required a two track solution for raising the skills. UK requires urgently developing their own young individuals and at similar time UK should be open for the talent from across the globe.There is an important concern by people about social affect of increasing levels of the immigration. The UK immigration has he...

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