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EU Announces Better and User-Friendly Visa Policy March 22, 2018
EU Announces New Visa Policy

The New Year brings in better and user-friendly European Union visa policy. Every year millions of travelers from around the world visit European Union countries using the Schengen visa. Visa Code, the common visa for all European Union, might be undergoing some positive changes, to enable maximum comfort to the travel...

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Soon Visa-free Travel for Turkish Citizens to European Union February 19, 2018
Soon Visa-free Travel for Turkish Citizens to European Union

Citizens of Turkey will soon be able to travel to the European Union without requiring to apply for a visa. According to a government official, Turkey has fulfilled the 72 requirements set by the European Union. The official is Ibrahim Kalin, who is the spokesperson for Recep Tayyip Erdogan, president of Turkey.He also...

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Blair Faces Heat In Wake Of His Recommendations September 11, 2017
Blair Faces Heat In Wake Of His Recommendations

Tony Blair still intent on stopping Brexit – recommends government to curb immigration instead The former prime minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is in the spotlight again. This time, it is because of his remarks and recommendations to the government about their Brexit efforts and immigration policy. In a stark ...

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Britain Planning To Impose Caps On Unskilled Migrant Workers From The European Union September 09, 2017
Britain Planning To Impose Caps On Unskilled Migrant Workers From The European Union

A leaked government document from Home Office, UK has been made public amidst debates and controversies pertaining to the prevailing immigration issue. The document lays out a myriad of reforms to be carried out in the UK’s immigration system in a total of three phases after separating from the European Union. ...

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Post Brexit 200000 valid immigrants required to scale up UK's economy May 22, 2017
Post Brexit 200000 valid immigrants required to scale up UK's economy

United Kingdom’s decision to move out of European Union has resulted in certain drastic condition for UK’s economy. With the majority of population ageing faster, labour shortage and lower productivity with efficiency to convert the requirements Immigration can turn into a Boon in disguise for Nation to regain ...

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UK Consumer Spending Grows At Slowest Rate April 12, 2017
UK Consumer Spending Grows At Slowest Rate

The yearly economic spending power of the British citizen rose has experienced a slow rise in recent years in the first quarter of the year 2017. This is an indication of the nation’s economic woes as the country braces itself for the commencement of Brexit, a report stated in the early hours of Monday. A payme...

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EU Juniors Drive Double Digit Growth in Irish ELT April 07, 2017
EU Juniors Drive Double Digit Growth in Irish ELT

The yearly statistics made public by the news media in the nation of Ireland stated that the yearly applications rose by 11% to reach a staggering 119,119 students in 2016. That was an increase from the previous year’s tally of 107,129 applications. More than half of the application was submitted by younger stud...

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Why UK still needs new EU Immigrants after Brexit April 05, 2017
Why UK still needs new EU Immigrants after Brexit

Firms in Britain would still depend on foreign migrants from nations in the European Union after the event of Brexit, the countries members of parliament disclosed. A strong Commons committee disclosed that the government should consider laws which would grant workers in the European Union the eligibility to bypass so...

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