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Visa dispute is looming over Indian PM visit to the UK November 12, 2015
Visa dispute is looming over PM Modi's visit to the UK

Indian Prime Minister’s visit to the UK is being overshadowed by the row over UK’s strict rules on the student visas, as the Indian government officials and business leaders pressurize the home secretary to relax them.But the Indian business community in the UK and the people has warned that the UK’s immigrat...

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Bill introduced in the US Senate for limit on H-1B hiring November 12, 2015
Bill introduced in the US Senate for limit on H-1B hiring

The legislation which seeks reforms of most popular H-1B visa program and altering the wage prerequisites had been introduced in the US Senate with an intention to check the abuse of system; it is the move that can have implications for the Indian professionals working in the US.The bill was introduced by the Senators ...

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More numbers of immigrants are pursuing STEM careers in the US November 10, 2015
More numbers of immigrants are pursuing STEM careers in the US

According to the latest report from the National Science Foundation, an increasing number of immigrants are pursuing careers in STEM related streams in the US.According to a report, an expected 5.2 million or 18% of the nation’s 29 million engineers and scientists were immigrants in the year 2013 when compared to aro...

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US government fails to digitize the forms for immigration application November 10, 2015
US government fails to digitize the forms for immigration application

The US government has failed to digitize the immigration application forms. Around half a billion worth of project was started for digitizing 95 different forms for immigration. An effort which intends to upload document and made them easier for the user navigation which is also known as the single electronic form. The...

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UK Home Office is under criticism over delays in cases related to immigration November 10, 2015
UK Home Office is under criticism over delays in cases related to immigration

The UK Home Office had been accused of delaying and poor decision making in handling the immigration cases.The Health Service and the Parliamentary official which was appointed to investigate the complaints had investigated that there were around 158 complaints against Home Office and its agencies previous year and uph...

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Immigration queues might soon get shorter in India November 10, 2015
Immigration queues might soon get shorter in India

Tourists that arrive in India might no longer require standing in long queues as the government of India has decided to position more immigration officials at all the international airports.According to the sources, the Home Ministry has started the recruitment process of additional immigration officials. This inductio...

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Two Indo-US firms fined for violating the H-1B provisions November 10, 2015
Two Indo-US firms fined for violating the H-1B rules

Two Silicon Valley firms owned by the Indo –US has been ordered to pay a fine of around $1,03,000 to the federal government and $84,000 in back wages to the firms employees who are carrying the H-1B visa.The two firms brought workers from India and other nations on the H-1B visas for employing them on the position of...

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Call for loosening Australian immigration rules to import foreign tech workers November 10, 2015
Call for loosening Australian immigration rules to import foreign tech workers

According to the chief of Australia’s one of the biggest technology company, there are not many Australian citizens available for maintaining the country’s online economy and that the immigration rules shall be loosened for allowing the firms to import foreign web workers.Tracey Fellows, REA Group chief executive, ...

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