Immigration News

 
Australian Govt Failed in Making Proper Use of Skilled Immigrants May 24, 2018
Australia Not Making Good Use of Skilled Immigrants

Australia opened its immigration system in 1988, but it looks like the government isn’t utilizing the skilled professionals to their maximum. According to a recent survey, 40 percent of skilled immigrants are over-educated to work, making it difficult to find employment. Overeducation rate is four times higher than t...

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Canada Will Deport Nigerians Who Are Denied Asylum May 23, 2018
Canada Will Deport Nigerians Who Are Denied Asylum

Ahmed Hussen, immigration minister of Canada, visited Nigeria in a past week to talk with senior officials about the sudden increase in Nigerian asylum seekers entering Canada. Their talk was successful and Nigerian government assured it will discourage its citizens from misusing the American travel visa and illegally ...

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Turkey Govt. Plans to Issue Post-study Work Permit May 22, 2018
Turkey to Start Post-study Work Permit

In the light of globalization, the Turkish government has decided to issue post-study work permits to international students. It means that the 117,000 foreign students currently studying in Turkish educational institutions for a particular amount of time will get a work permit so that they can continue their stay in...

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Ibero America Has A Study Abroad Destination Capital May 21, 2018
Ibero America Has A Study Abroad Destination Capital

Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital, was just crowned the most happening and desirable study destination for international students in Ibero America, a region that comprises of Latin America, Spain, and Portugal. 2018 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Best Student Cities gave the rank to Buenos Aires and describ...

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Federal Govt Decides to Reduce Pressure on Asylum Seekers in Quebec May 15, 2018
Federal Govt Decides to Reduce Pressure on Asylum Seekers in Quebec

Canadian federal government has decided to take off the pressure to accommodate asylum seekers from Quebec and send them to other provinces. There has been an overwhelming number of asylum seekers entering Quebec, and the province can only handle so many. The federal government and Quebec government has come to an agre...

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Atlantic Canada Greatly Benefited by Provincial Nominee Programs May 15, 2018
Atlantic Canada Greatly Benefited by Provincial Nominee Programs

Immigration is Canada’s greatest goals, but it has always struggled in attracting skilled economic immigrants in less popular provinces, especially, Atlantic Canada. Most of the candidates selected through the Express Entry program choose to settle in British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec because opportunities are th...

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Colombia Asks Undocumented Venezuelans to Register For Humanitarian Purposes May 15, 2018
Colombia Asks Undocumented Venezuelans to Register For Humanitarian Purposes

Venezuela is going through an extreme phase of the economic crisis and is on the verge of shutting down, forcing its citizens to move to other South American countries for survival. Colombia is one of the most developed countries in South America has to bear the maximum number of illegal immigrants, who traveled around...

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Canada Brings Syrian and Jordanian Men Together May 15, 2018
Canada Brings Syrian and Jordanian Men Together

Canada has one of the best immigration systems in the world and has improved not only the lives of thousands of people but also found the best friends. One such story is of a Syrian refugee, Hasan Sheblack and a Jordanian immigrant, Guss Ash, who met while working at Fairmont Hotel, Vancouver, British Columbia. They ha...

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