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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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TPP agreement would open labour market of Canada to new influx of overseas workers November 30, 2015
TPP agreement would open labour market of Canada to new influx of overseas workers

The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement has important implications for movement of workers to and from Canada, with the experts expecting that it would open the labour market of Canada to the new wave of overseas workers.According to the experts, that arrival might or might not be balance by the improved opportunities ...

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Universities in the US and Canada are slow in responding to foreign students inquiries November 30, 2015
Universities in the US and Canada are slow in responding to foreign students inquiries

According to the latest study it has revealed that the universities in the US and Canada which are presently admitting the biggest share of the overseas students from all over the world is responding slow to the information requirements of the foreign students.The revealed study report was conducted using the informat...

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Cut the taxes and boost the immigration to grow the UK economy urges the new CBI chief November 30, 2015
Cut the taxes and boost the immigration to grow the UK economy urges the new CBI chief

According to Carolyn Fairbairn, the new chief of Confederation of British Industry (CBI), UK’s mid-sized companies required less, stable taxes and better access to the overseas workers with skills if they want to grow faster and boost the economy of the country.She also said that, increasing the immigration rate and ...

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Scotland universities are still upbeat about attracting students from India November 30, 2015
Scotland universities are still upbeat about attracting students from India

The universities in Scotland are still optimistic about attracting the best and the brightest students from India to their educational institutions.According to the Stuart Easter, Overseas Officer, Edinburgh University, they have been continuously working with their major partners in India towards attracting talented s...

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Citizenship revocation regulations likely to pass after Labor agreed to changes November 30, 2015
New laws to cancel the citizenship of Australia of dual nationals are likely to pass

The new regulations that enlarge the Australian government controls to revoke the citizenship of dual nationals of Australia are expected to pass the federal parliament by the end of this week, after Labor had agreed to the last minute changes.The Australian government law has been amended many times amid constant conc...

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