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UK colleges could lose millions due to changes in the visa November 14, 2015
UK colleges could lose millions due to changes in the visa

The policy of the UK government towards the foreign students is at risk of damaging the finances of the universities in Britain, as the colleges which enroll theforeign students in the UK can lose over 3,00,000 pounds a year by 2017. This was told in the report that highlights a rising trust on the foreign fees.Accor...

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The introduction of bill for H-1B visa reform hits IT firms November 14, 2015
The introduction of bill for H-1B visa reform hits IT firms

The introduction of the bill for H-1B visa reform has hit many biggest IT firms in India as the stocks of these firms witness the sharp decline and selloff yesterday. Recently the bill was introduced and named after the US senators that seek to change and reduce the abuse and fraud in the short term visa programs.The t...

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Commission said that price based visa system is not suited for Australia November 14, 2015
Commission said that price based visa system  does not suit well for Australia

The immigration system of Australia is not suited well to the price based visa system; this was told by the report from the draft inquiry which was revealed by the Productivity Commission.According to the Commissioner, Paul Lindwall, the Australian present system allowed focusing on the skills and education, many immig...

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Canada Conducts 20th Express Entry Draw November 14, 2015
Canada Conducts 20th Express Entry Draw

The wait is finally over for the applicants who had lodged their application under the pool of Express Entry for the permanent residency and who were desperately waiting for latest selection ranking. In its follow up to19th draw of the Express Entry, Immigration and Citizenship Department of Canada (CIC) has conducte...

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Court blocks President Obama's plan to protect undocumented migrants November 13, 2015
Court blocks President Obama's plan to protect undocumented migrants

On Monday, 5th Circuit Court of Appeals told the immigration power grabbers in the Obama administration to matter it. The sympathizers of the amnesty mourned extremely in the media.According to a media report, Appeals court rules against the plan of Obama for protecting around five million people from deportation.Ano...

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L-1B petitions continue to receive scrutiny from USCIS November 13, 2015
L-1B petitions continue to receive scrutiny from USCIS

The L-1B petitions for transfer of workers related to specialized knowledge persist to get augmented scrutiny from the Citizenship and Immigration Services of the United States (USCIS). The current years had marked a notable increase in the Requests for Evidence and the ultimate petition rejections for this visa cate...

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The UK immigration rules will change from 19th November November 13, 2015
The UK immigration rules will change from 19th November

UK immigration and visas had previously announced the fresh changes to the rules of immigration on 29th October 2015. Many of the changes would affect the applications lodged on or after the 19th November 2015, with the new provisions being implemented all over and nearly every immigration path of the UK.The details ...

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Irish Foreign Minister is concerned about new job first rules for J-1 students November 13, 2015
Irish Foreign Minister is concerned about new job first rules for J-1 students

Under the hard-bitten immigration regime in the US, the full-time university and college students would have to submit the job papers before they could apply for the special summer visa.Irish Foreign Minister, Charlie Flanagan, said that the tough rules might prove a bit challenging for many and would also hit the numb...

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