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US Senator Dianne Feinstein urges for changes in the visa waiver program December 02, 2015
US Senator Dianne Feinstein urges for changes in the visa waiver program

California’s Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein is the leading from the front in the US Senate and urging for tightening the limitations on the overseas travelers who seek to visit the US but the tourism giants had argued that the Senator’s proposal went too far.The bill was introduced by the Senator Feinstein...

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Current USCIS procedural changes adding delays to application filing for Green Card December 02, 2015
Current USCIS procedural changes adding delays to application filing for Green Card

The USCIS has once again changed its measures for specifying whether the overseas national applicants who are ready to file their job based or adjustment of status applications related to family sponsored preference might proceed onto conclusion stage of permanent residence (green card) process.This present course al...

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Osborne pointed out that students might be removed from the migrant numbers December 02, 2015
Osborne pointed out that students might be removed from the migrant numbers

Overseas students can be removed from the official migration numbers; this was indicated by George Osborne. He also indicates that in the move that will witness the fall in the migrant numbers in the UK but can lead to the allegations that the UK government is trying to massage data.In an attack on the policy briefin...

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Foreign students require more assistance for doing work in Scotland December 02, 2015
Foreign students require more assistance for doing work in Scotland

Foreign students in the Granite City and all around the Scotland require more assistance to reside and work in the UK. This was the inquiry which was heard yesterday.The Committee for the Scottish Affairs had visited the Aberdeen University after the launch of the review into post-study work schemes.The post study work...

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Immigration Advisors to seek law for regulating the commissions paid for hiring foreign students December 02, 2015
Immigration Advisors to seek law for regulating the commissions paid for hiring foreign students

The Licensed Immigration Advisers for New Zealand (Lianz), is a group that represents the New Zealand immigration advisors who are licensed and are based all around India have warned that some of the immigration advisers in India might break the law if the authorities from New Zealand keeps on working with the unregu...

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China is third most favorable education destination for overseas students December 02, 2015
China is third most favorable education destination for overseas students

China’s aim to lure around 50,000 overseas students to study in China by the year 2020 is causing its government to offer many scholarships to the students across the world.Over the previous two years, China has surpassed other leading nations, like Germany, France and Australia for becoming the third most favorable ...

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US Justice Department will ask the Supreme Court to consider long delayed immigration overhaul December 01, 2015
US Justice Department will ask the Supreme Court to consider long delayed immigration overhaul

On Tuesday, the Justice Department of the US announced that it will ask the Supreme Court to consider President Obama’s long delayed immigration repair that will allow around five million migrants without the documents to reside in the US.The series of changes vary from the temporary protections for the extended grou...

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US to tighten its visa waiver program December 01, 2015
US to tighten its visa waiver program

The Obama administration is tightening the regulations and adding latest screening needs to its visa waiver program that permits the nationals from 38 countries which also includes Australia traveling to the US without a visa.The White House is working with the lawmakers who are set to propose the changes to the prog...

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