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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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President Trump withdraws Migrant Family Separation Policy June 22, 2018
President Trump withdraws Migrant Family Separation Policy

Reversal of policyReversing his policy, US President Trump addressed the public pressure, and also signed an Executive Order which promises to keep the families together regarding migrant detentions. He was facing international fury over separating undocumented parents and children.He stated that he was swayed by i...

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UK student visas: A challenge for Indo-Britain relations June 21, 2018
UK student visas: A challenge for Indo-Britain relations

The realityThe recent changes to visa rules have led to more tensions to visa-related issues, between London and New Delhi. The development, which has caused consternation, is the inclusion of China, and not India, to the list of countries, whose citizens will face less painful visa applications.Britain’s Home Of...

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Canada set to streamline processing of Student Visas June 19, 2018
Canada set to streamline processing of Student Visas

The government in Canada has a plan to provide more opportunities to eligible global students to study in its post-secondary institutions. Furthermore it has decided to make a few changes to the process of student visa application.As of June 8, 2018, the active Student Partnership Program in India faces replacement w...

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UK opens visa slots for IT Professionals, Engineers, Teachers June 18, 2018
UK opens visa slots for IT Professionals, Engineers, Teachers

There is good news for Indian IT professionals, engineers, doctors and teachers. The UK government plans introducing a new immigration policy which will benefit them. The government aims to bring a few changes to the immigration policy in Parliament. Furthermore it will ease the visa rules for businesses who intend...

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Details of 92nd Canadian Express Entry Draw June 15, 2018
Details of 92nd Canadian Express Entry Draw

For the year 2018 permanent residency through 12th Express Entry draw with 3,750 applicants begun to get an ITA, creating the draw on June 13 is the biggest draw so far in this year. The cut-off threshold for The CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) for this draw attained 451 points.A tie-break is applied ...

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New Work Law is Helpful to Protect Indian workers in New Zealand June 12, 2018
NZ to Protect Indian Workers Under New Work Law

Foreign-born workers are excessively exploited and over-utilized in New Zealand. Looking at the poor condition of highly skilled immigrants, the New Zealand government has altered its work visas to safeguard their rights. Iain Lees-Galloway, immigration minister of New Zealand, revealed that the changes are aimed at ...

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