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Issue of H -1B visa is a political issue, and India has to deal with it says Infosys COO November 18, 2015
Issue of H -1B visa is a political thing, and India has to deal

The long-term debate in US over the issue of immigration and usage of the H-1B visas hasn’t caused much concern for Infosys, as the company feels that it is on par for course during rush up to election time and also proposed an interaction between the US lawmakers and industry for finding out the momentous solution.A...

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China Australia FTA is a win for building and construction industry November 18, 2015
China Australia FTA is a win for building and construction industry

The China and Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) is one of the many mutual FTA’s which is signed by Australia with key trading partners in current times, as the partners include Korea and Singapore. The agreement would bring economic advantage to the community of Australia. ChAFTA would also build the deep exist...

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Nasscom said that the proposed H-1B visa reforms might not hit IT engineers from India November 17, 2015
Nasscom said that the proposed H-1B visa reforms might not hit IT engineers from India

The potential IT engineers who seek jobs in the US need not to be worried by the latest reforms that were proposed by the US senators on the H-1B visa rules as the changes might not come through in planned form.These are what the overwhelming views that were coming from the software industry that sends many young IT pr...

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Call to change visa restrictions for foreign graduates of UK universities November 17, 2015
Call to change visa restrictions for foreign graduates of UK universities

The Head of Business, Innovation and Skills Select Committee had urged the Home Secretary and the PM David Cameron to change the visa restrictions for the foreign graduates of the universities in the UK.According to the Head of BIS Select Committee, the UK government is guilty of adding the foreign students in the net ...

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Johnson proposed Commonwealth visa for boosting Indian student numbers November 17, 2015
Will Indian students get the new UK visa?

The London Mayor, Boris Johnson will give a proposal to the UK government on Tuesday for introducing the new Commonwealth visa program for reversing the drop in Indian student numbers who study in the UK universities.The UK might shortly introduce the first of its kind visa only for the students from India which woul...

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Thailand announces multiple entry Tourist Visa targeting Weekend Tourists November 17, 2015
Thailand announces multiple entry Tourist Visa targeting Weekend Tourists

Thailand authorities’ wants to make easy for the tourist to enter the country, as part of this the Foreign Affairs Ministry had recently announced that it would be granting new kind of tourist visa in near future.All foreign tourists would be able to apply for the six-month tourist visa with multiple entries. The c...

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Over 2.58 lakh foreign tourists had availed e-tourist visa till October this year November 17, 2015
Over 2.58 lakh foreign tourists had availed e-tourist visa till October this year

More than 2.58 lakh overseas tourists had availed the facility of the e-tourist visa during this year’s start till the month of October.According to the statement from the senior official from the Tourism Ministry, around 2,58,182 tourists had availed this facility of e-tourist visa (ETV) during the start of this y...

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Migrant agents have rejected the proposal of selling permanent visas for Australia November 17, 2015
Migrant agents have rejected the proposal of selling permanent visas for Australia

Migration experts had rejected the proposal of selling the visas that charges around $40,000 for every application and also intends to increase money for Treasury to finance tax slashes and to benefit the economy of the country.The idea was given by Liberal Democratic Senator David Leyonhjelm, who told that $7.5 bi...

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