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E- Visas could be the future of travel documents December 22, 2015
E- Visas could be the future of travel documents

Many countries are trying to make their visa procedures simpler this year. The aim of these modifications is to make it as simple as possible for the travelers to come. Some places like Thailand, Australia, and Vietnam has opted for one or two years of visa that permits for multiple entries. Many other nations had take...

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Canada's Express Entry System driving many IELTS test takers December 21, 2015
Canada's Express Entry System driving many IELTS test takers

When the Canada’s federal government started the latest Express Entry System in January 2015, the British Council knows that they can see an increase in the demands for the International English Language Tests (IELTS) tests. This IELTS test is the world’s most favorable English language test.To apply for the expres...

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IT companies staring at over 25,000 crore bill due to H-1B visa fee hike December 21, 2015
IT companies staring at over 25,000 crore bill due to H-1B visa fee hike

The H-1B visa fee has been doubled by the US from $2000 to $4000 while the L-1 visa fee had been increased from $2500 to $4500. The 100% increase in fees of two of most favorite non immigration visas has generated much of the controversy due to the US is largest market for IT firms of India with yearly exports predic...

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British tourists travelling to India under the latest e-visa system December 21, 2015
British tourists travelling to India under the latest e-visa system

Tourists from Britain are using the most of the latest e-visa scheme which has made simple for the Britons to travels to India since it was widened to include the UK citizens in the summer season.According to the statistics from the Tourism Ministry, it reveals that nearly a quarter of citizens from Britain arrived in ...

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UK visa clampdown for foreign skilled workers is threatening global tech firms December 21, 2015
UK visa clampdown for foreign skilled workers is threatening global tech firms

The immigration advisers of the UK government are urging for the clampdown on the visas for the skilled employees who seek to work in the UK from non EU countries, a measure that will be a threat to the international technology firms in Britain.The UK Home Office is finding out ways to squeeze the regulations for its T...

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New Zealand's Pathway Student Visa would help attract top foreign students December 21, 2015
New Zealand's Pathway Student Visa would help attract top foreign students

New Zealand had recently launched a latest student visa, designed to make the nation more competitive for the foreign students. Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse and the Tertiary skills, education and employment minister Steven Joyce had together launched this visa which would assist the country to retain and lure...

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Record number of migrants and tourists are arriving in New Zealand December 21, 2015
Record number of migrants and tourists are arriving in New Zealand

New Zealand’s figure of yearly net migration has seen a surge as the current statistics revealing a net benefit of around 6300 migrants previous year. The rise in migration rate is led by a large number of Indian students arrivals in New Zealand, which tourist arrivals and international trips by the citizens of New ...

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US to increase the quota for H-2B visas by 400% December 19, 2015
US to increase the quota for H-2B visas by 400%

The US legislators have decided to raise the quota for H-2B visas by around 400% for unskilled overseas workers.The year ending spending deal reveals on Wednesday including the condition that will raise the number of foreign workers visas available to the unskilled overseas citizens.According to the US Senator, there a...

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