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Overseas students face a challenge to pay late work fees July 03, 2018
Overseas students face a challenge to pay late work fees

The factsSome international students in Australia, received the news that they will be penalized a huge money in fees in case there is a delay in submitting assignments. A Thai national studying in a College of Melbourne received the information regarding the penalty.She signed a form acknowledging the fact of a $3...

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Entrepreneurs can get the New UK start-up visa June 30, 2018
Entrepreneurs can get the New UK start-up visa

The UK Home Secretary made the important announcement of launching the fresh start-up visa for individuals who intend to move to the UK and start businesses.Sajid Javid said that this visa will start the immigration process for a wide pool of professional entrepreneurs, and will make the application process faster.Requ...

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Entrepreneurs get an opening to Apply for Nova Scotia Immigration June 29, 2018
Entrepreneurs get an opening to Apply for Nova Scotia Immigration

The immigration officials of Nova Scotia carried out fresh draws in the Entrepreneur and Graduate Entrepreneur streams of the province on June 26th, 2018. In the Entrepreneur draw, 22 candidates received ITAs to Apply forNova Scotia immigration, and the lowest rank of the candidate was 120 points. Addi...

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A Report says Strict H-1B visa rules hit margins of Indian IT companies June 28, 2018
A Report says Strict H-1B visa rules hit margins of Indian IT companies

The ReportAs per a report Strict H-1B work visa norms applied by USA, will put pressure on the cost of the Indian firms providing IT services. Additionally they will also impact on their margins owing to growth in compliance and increase in onsite hiring. Such impacts will be specific to the companies and relate to d...

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British Columbia extends its PNP Tech Pilot Program for one year June 27, 2018
British Columbia extends its PNP Tech Pilot Program for one year

The detailsBritish Columbia Province has extended its Provincial Nominee Program Tech Pilot Program for one year. The aim is to help make it smooth for innovation and technology companies in recruiting top international talents.Bruce Ralston, Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology, said that the tech industry is grow...

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Canada is keen to have a fast visa process for Indian students June 26, 2018
Canada is keen to have a fast visa process for Indian students

Canada has started a fast and simple visa processing method for a few countries which includes India. There is a steady enhancement in the number of Indian students who plan to study in Canada. This new program decreases the processing time for study permits (student visas) to 45 days compared to the previous 60 da...

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No government official raised student visa issue row - British High Commissioner June 25, 2018
No government official raised student visa issue row – British High Commissioner

Sir Dominic Asquith, the British High Commissioner to India has stated that presently there is a controversy regarding the failure of Britain in including students from India in the liberal visa norms. No Indian government official has approached the British High Commission to India on this issue. The present terms on ...

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U.A.E. announces free 48-hour transit visa for Dubai/Abu Dhabi June 23, 2018
U.A.E. announces free 48-hour transit visa for Dubai/Abu Dhabi

The U.A.E. Cabinet recently took the decision, for exempting transit passengers, from entry fees, for initial 48 hours. It can be extended for a period of 96 hours, by paying the A.E.D. 50 fee.A report appears, on the website of The U.A.E. Cabinet, that His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, V.P. and PM,...

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