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US Immigration reforms depend on election results July 30, 2016
US Immigration reforms depend on election results

Arizona's Republican Sen. John McCain has said that post the United States Presidential elections, there could be the significant possibility of immigration reforms. He did not dismiss the chances of pushing forward the 2013 immigration reform bill again in 2017.In an interview, McCain said that "Sooner or later, depen...

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Namibia announces visa-free travel to Africans July 29, 2016
Namibia announces visa-free travel to Africans

Namibia recently announced visa exemption to all diplomats and officials of African countries. It has come up with a new foreign policy to completely remove permit requirements for people of the African continent.Speaking at the official opening of the Foreign Policy Conference held on July 25th, 2016, Namibian Preside...

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39th Canada Express Entry Draw issues 755 PR invitations July 28, 2016
39th Canada Express Entry Draw issues 755 PR invitations

Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has released the results of the 39th Canada Express Entry Scheme. 755 candidates who secured 488 points in the Comprehensive Ranking System were issued Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for Canada’s permanent residence in just six months.The draw was held on July 27th; i...

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BIMSTEC Nations consider Schengen Type visa for their regions July 27, 2016
BIMSTEC Nations consider Schengen Type visa for their regions

South Asia’s regional association, ‘Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation’ or BIMSTEC, has been contemplating to introduce a standard Schengen type of visa for its member nations.The member countries of BIMSTEC comprise of India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lan...

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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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Immigration Not A Threat - Canadians welcome Syrian refugees July 25, 2016
Immigration Not A Threat- Canadians welcome Syrian refugees

According to newly released opinion polls, Canadians who supported the government’s plan to welcome 25,000 Syrian refugees also opine that immigration has a connection with the immigration threats.44 percent of those surveyed in November have supported the Canadian government’s plan. The recent study suggests that ...

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Australia Gains immensely through International Tourism July 23, 2016
Australia Gains immensely through International Tourism

Booming Australia tourism has seen huge earnings in the past few years. If growth is stable then the target of overnight expenditure by a visitor to reach $115 billion per year by the end of this decade. The new forecast by Tourism Research Australia’s (TRA) Tourism suggests that it could reach $127 billion by the ye...

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Canada Immigration Systems More Liberal By fall July 21, 2016
By fall Major Changes in Immigration- Canada

Minister of Canadian Immigration, John McCallum announced that there will be some major changes in the immigration system by 2016 fall. It will include the reform for the family immigration, easier for international students to become PR in Canada as they are up for the high priority on the list of the government due t...

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