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India extends e-visa facility to 36 more countries July 13, 2016
India extends e-visa facility to 36 more countries

India is riding high on the success of e-tourist visa scheme, after receiving an overwhelming response from the travelers in using the e-visa facility; Indian Government announced the extension of this service to 36 more countries. The proposal has been sent to the home ministry for seeking approval for granting th...

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Bulgaria-Romania talks with Canada on visa-free travel July 12, 2016
Bulgaria-Romania talks with Canada on visa-free travel

European Commission will mediate the consultation process between Bulgaria-Romania and Canada on the permit system. The meeting will discuss on Canada lifting visa sanctions on Bulgaria and Romania.The Commission warned that it will not ratify the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the EU and Can...

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US - Legislation to Control Companies Using Work Visas July 09, 2016
Legislation to Regulate Indian Companies on Using H-1B Visa

Two United States Representative from New Jersey and California introduced legislation to contain Indian businesses that are mainly sending software professionals on H-1B and L-1 Visas. Over 70 percent of H-1B and L-1 Visas are used by the Indian based companies to employ foreign professionals in the United States.Repu...

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New Zealand Rejects Thousands of Indian Students July 09, 2016
New Zealand Rejects Thousands of Indian Student Visa Applications

New Zealand Immigration denied thousands of visas to Indian Students when the officials figured out that they are not coming for higher education. According to the official report of 51 Polytechnic institutions, over 30 percent applications of the Indian students for the visa programs have been rejected.When it comes t...

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Atlantic Canada's Pilot Program to Invite 2000 Immigrants July 06, 2016
Atlantic Canada's Pilot program to invite 2000 immigrants

On July 4, 2016, a meeting was held to discuss the immigration plan for Atlantic Canada. The Premiers of Atlantic Provinces and Federal Immigration Minister McCallum and several other federal ministers attended the meeting. Federal Government is working closely with Atlantic Provinces to boost the economy and fill sk...

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New Zealand Requires Skilled Migrants For Stable Economy July 06, 2016
New Zealand requires skilled migrants for stable economy

June Ranson, the Chairperson of New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment said that New Zealand needs more immigrants that allow maintaining steady economic growth. In response to the comments made by one of the Labor MP to cut down the permanent resident approvals, Ms. Ranson said that immigration is essent...

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Canada - Atlantic Premiers meeting on skilled labor market July 04, 2016
Canada - Atlantic Premiers meeting on skilled labor market

The premiers of the Atlantic Canada arrived in Prince Edwards Island to discuss on immigration, population and growth factors that keeps the economy growing. New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant, Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball and Prince Edward Island Premier Wade Mac...

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South Australia SNOL released for 2016-2017 July 04, 2016
South Australia SNOL released for 2016 - 2017

South Australia Immigration released State Nominated Occupation List (SNOL) for the year 2016-2017 that will be active from July 4, 2016.The SNOL contains the list of occupations that are in demand for Australian industries and different sectors which are facing a huge skill shortage.The new SNOL released, applies to i...

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