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Political Disturbance in Hong Kong Makes Citizens Migrate to Taiwan April 05, 2018
Political Disturbance in Hong Kong Makes Citizens Migrate to Taiwan

Things aren’t great between Hong Kong Beijing, and scared residents are moving to a safer Taiwan, Hong Kong’s neighbor. Hong Kong has been under China’s rule for almost two decades now and is a major financial hub for the Asian country. According to a Taipei news site, Hong Kong citizens migrate to Taiwan w...

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Visa Improvements Increase Tourism in UAE March 30, 2018
Visa Improvements Increase Tourism in UAE

Established in 2010, the Dubai World Centre is one of the largest airports in the UAE and saw a traffic of over 900,000 in 2017. Dubai Airports, its operator, reported that the airport received a 6.4 percent growth from 850,633 people in 2016 to 904,940 passengers in 2017. The Dubai World Centre received most of it...

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Widow of Drowned Man Pleads to Stay Back in New Zealand March 30, 2018
Widow of Drowned Man Pleads to Stay Back in New Zealand

Tanvi Bahvsar and Hemin Limbachiya were married for less than a month when her husband passed away in a drowning accident in New Zealand. The couple was out with a friend at the Waimarama Beach on January 14, just relaxing from a busy ceremonial month.They were 50 meters from the shoreline when a current started pu...

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Here's How Atlantic Canada Can Retain Immigrants March 28, 2018
Here's How Atlantic Canada Can Retain Immigrants

Atlantic Canada has always had troubles with retaining skilled immigrants but to keep with the rest of the country, and the region needs some creative and well-rounded economic and demographic programs. For most of the immigrants, Atlantic Canada is more of a stopover, where they study, work for a few months, and...

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Results of Canadian Parent and Grandparent Draw Will Be Released This Week March 26, 2018
Results of Canadian Parent and Grandparent Draw Will Be Released This Week

After creating a lot of controversy and backlog, Canadian government went ahead and restarted the Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship Program on January 2, 2018. Applicants were told to send their applications from January 2 to February 1, 2018. This week the lottery was conducted, and Immigration, Refugees, and Cit...

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China Not Happy with Australian Education Department March 26, 2018
China Not Happy with Australian Education Department

China sends the most number of Ph.D. students to Australia and yet is facing visa delays. The Chinese government calls it a political move, however, the Australian government denies anything as such. It isn’t only Chinese nationals that are facing visa delays but has undoubtedly increased tension between the tw...

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Manitoba Draw Invites 638 People March 23, 2018
Manitoba Draw Invites 638 People

In its latest provincial draw conducted on March 13, 2018, Manitoba sent 638 invitations to apply, out of which 253 invitations were issued to Express Entry candidates. These candidates were those who had at least six months of experience in a profession on MPNP’s In-Demand Occupations List and job seeker validatio...

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You Need to Know About the French Tech Visa March 23, 2018
You Need to Know About the French Tech Visa

The government of France has come up with an innovative visa you might want to know about. Your dream of living in France will come true if you have an innovative startup idea and enough money to move to the country. You can then have an office opposite to the Eiffel Tower, and as you discuss your project with your emp...

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