Immigration News

 
Post-Brexit Five-Year UK Work Visas Planned March 24, 2017
Post-Brexit Five-Year UK Work Visas Planned

The government of the United Kingdom is pondering on the possibility of a five-year permits plan that would enable a lot of international workers to get jobs in the United Kingdom, especially those in the information technology sector, reports have said. Ministers are thinking about schemes that would provide more mult...

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Seven in Ten Voters Say EU Immigration MUST be Curbed After Brexit March 23, 2017
Seven in Ten Voters Say EU Immigration MUST be Curbed After Brexit

British nationals desire that migration from the European Union is greatly reduced in the upcoming Brexit discussions, although they would gladly pay off Brussels to keep some benefits of the union.The final proceedings of the exit from the union are to be led by the prime minister in the coming week, and we may have w...

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Indian Students Turn Away From US and UK Business Schools March 22, 2017
Indian Students Turn Away From US and UK Business Schools

When students from India leave their native country to study in the United States, they do so having the best schools in the United States in mind. Take a young 23-year old Urvi Bhandare for instance. She had the desire to leave her country and go to the United States of America to live her dreams of studying to become...

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Immigration Ban Finds Support Amongst Arab Leaders March 21, 2017
Immigration Ban Finds Support Amongst Arab Leaders

The president of the United States of America, on the 27th of January, passed into law an executive policy themed “Securing the country from an alien terrorist entry in the United States of America.” This policy puts on hold acceptance of refugee and asylum seekers for around 120 days and puts a restriction on t...

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Setback for Australia's Ban on Phones in Immigrant Detention March 20, 2017
Setback for Australia's Ban on Phones in Immigrant Detention

On Friday, the government of Australia met a legal stumbling block in its attempt to prohibit mobile phones in migration holding cells, a law that nay-sayers say would subject foreigners to criminal treatment. A judge sitting on the case threw out the government’s proposition that the federal court of Australia lack...

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South Africa Proposes Sweeping Immigration Policy Changes March 19, 2017
South Africa Proposes Sweeping Immigration Policy Changes

The country of South Africa is looking to bring its migration policies up to pace with a variety of alterations, which one worker states is aimed at bringing about a balance amongst allowing migrants into the country and securing the safety of the country. South Africa has long been a prime destination for traveler...

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Federal Court Block Deportation of Afghanistan National on SIV March 18, 2017
Federal Court Block Deportation of Afghanistan National on SIV

On Wednesday, a federal high court prevented the President Trump’s led administration from sending back a man of Afghan descent who was attempting to come into the United States with a special permit kept specially for those who have come to the aid of the United States mission in Afghanistan at a detriment to thei...

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Federal Judges Rule Against Trump’s Recent Travel Ban March 17, 2017
Federal Judges Rule Against Trump’s Recent Travel Ban

A court rule in Hawaii on Wednesday evening passed a countrywide decree that blocks the immigration prohibition of foreigners from parts of Muslim terrorized nations across the world, thereby having a devastating effect on the white house and sending out a message to Donald Trump that he would have to show up in court ...

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