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US Republican would propose new working E-3 visas for the Irish October 01, 2015
US Republican would propose new working E-3 visas for the Irish

Ireland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan had said that the Republican Congressman is intending to introduce a Bill and if it is passed it would allow thousands of people from the Ireland to apply for the “E3” visas for living and working in the US.Mr. Flanagan is on a visit to Washington, has welco...

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Tougher visas might cut the foreign student numbers October 01, 2015
Tougher visas will cut the foreign student numbers

University groups are giving warnings that the tougher visa rules which are under consideration by Home Office, will cut the number of foreign students by 15%.The proposals might also include the tougher requirement for English language for the students.UK Council for International Student Affairs head, Dominic Scott t...

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Germany is obstructed by its cultural habit despite of flushed jobs and the potential workers September 30, 2015
Germany is obstructed by its cultural habit despite of flushed jobs and the potential workers

Germany is in desperate need of workers, but an uncertain block is preventing the companies from hiring new foreign workers from Middle East countries and from anywhere else in the EU.Previous year, Germany stood at second place as destination which was most popular among people who want to permanently migrate to Germa...

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Garda's measures aims to tackle long visa queues September 29, 2015
Garda National Immigration Bureau's measures aims at tackling long visa queues

According to the statement from the Department of Justice, several measures are being taken this week to tackle the long queues which are outside the Garda National Immigration Bureau (GNIB) on Burgh Quay.This announcement came after foreign nationals who were hundreds in numbers last week queued all through the ni...

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Hundreds queued up all through the night on street of Dublin for Ireland visas September 26, 2015
Hundreds queued up all through the night on street of Dublin for Ireland Visas

Around 500 foreign citizens gathered and queued up outside the Garda National Immigration Bureau (GNIB) on the Burgh Quay in Dublin on early Friday morning for visas related to work, re-entry and study.The early morning queue for the visa which normally starts around from Burgh Quay onto the Corn Exchange Place was tot...

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UK's immigration Department has launched "Visit UK Video" for first time travellers September 26, 2015
UK Visas and Immigration launched the Visit UK Video for first time travellers

UK’s immigration department has launched the “Visit UK Video” in order to educate the travellers and trading about the process of online visa applications to UK and to suggest that the Visa for the UK is easy to get. This “Visit UK Video” has been uploaded on many channels of social media like Facebook, Ins...

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Foreign students are turning from UK amid tight visa restrictions September 25, 2015
Foreign Students takes U turn from UK amid tight visa restrictions

It has been found that many of the foreign students are rejecting the universities of the UK and the main reason is that they are identifying harsh work options after completing their studies. According to a major survey.Many of the students were questioned and it was found that the 32% of them have decided to study so...

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Crisis of NHS staffing gets worse with the problems of UK's Tier 2 visa September 18, 2015
Problems with UK's Tier 2 visa making crisis of NHS staffing worse

The Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is currently facing crisis of staffing as the UK immigration department is not allowing them from recruiting more nurses from the Philippines.The UK’s Home Office already refused to issue more sponsorship certificates (COS), which is also a requirement that will enable NHS...

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