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Cleric Calls On Schengen Countries To Be Responsible For Asylums In Their Land October 04, 2016
Cleric Calls On Schengen Countries To Be Responsible For Asylums In Their Land

A Cleric has frowned at the way the European Union is treating the UK, almost like a dumping ground for immigrants into the continent.Dr. John Sentamu, the archbishop of Yorkshire has requested that European nations grant asylum to refuge seeking immigrants in their own lands rather than pushing them through the bord...

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Duo of Grants Signed By EU to Aid Refuge Seeking Immigrants into Turkey September 30, 2016
Duo of Grants Signed By EU to Aid Refuge Seeking Immigrants into Turkey

The European Union has yet again proven to be a developmental union as well as one that prioritize people’s welfare. 27th of September, 2016 has seen the union taken another giant stride at human development, this time signing a grant worth 600m Euros to sub-vent refugees’ education and health.It should be recollec...

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Britons top India's e-tourist visa count September 24, 2016
Britons top India's e-tourist visa count

According to the latest figures released by the India Tourism Office at London, British travelers account for approximately one-fourth of all e-visas issued globally.Britons embraced the e-Tourist Visa (eTV) facility started by India, since its inception in 2015. Britons have applied for approximately 197788 e-visas ou...

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Points based immigration to be ruled out, risking cabinet split - UK September 06, 2016
Points based immigration to be ruled out, risking cabinet split - UK

Downing Street ruled out any residual suggestions that UK’s PM, Theresa May, will consider an Australian-style of PBS (points based immigration system) stating that it is ‘not an option’.The thought, which was backed by key “Leave” campaigners which included Boris Johnson as well as other members of Theresa...

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Rising Immigration Prices could lead to skills gap in Labour Market - UK August 23, 2016
Rising Immigration Prices could lead to skills gap in Labour Market - UK

According to the London Chamber of Commerce, increasing immigration costs might usher in a skills gap in the labour market of UK.If employers in the UK would want to recruit a non-EEA citizen, they face steady increase in the Home Office fees. And with the number of small and medium businesses currently striving to hir...

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UK to expedite Tier 4 Visas for Chinese students August 05, 2016
UK to expedite Tier 4 Visas for Chinese students

United Kingdom officials said that they would speed up the processing of visa applications for Chinese students, at all Visa Application Centers (VACs) in 24 hours, between 8th August and 14th October.It is the first of British ‘super priority’ visa services extended to student applicants. The 10-week pilot perio...

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Access to single market OR free movement of people? Britain has to choose July 26, 2016
Access to single market OR free movement of people? Britain has to choose

French President FrançoisHollande has stated that the United Kingdom has to choose between access to EU market and the free movement of people to the European Union, before the negotiations on the exit process begins.Hollande accepted Britain’s right to delay exit and expressed himself on its departure, assessing it...

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Restrictions on Immigration will harm UK economy July 18, 2016
Restrictions on Immigration will harm UK economy

The boss of one of the biggest companies from the UK has warned that containing immigrants through restrictive policies could seriously damage the economy of UK.In an interview with BBC, Chief Executive of ‘Enderby's Next’, Lord Simon Wolfson said that restrictive policies that erect barriers to trade and free move...

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