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CIC announced 21st Draw for Canada Express Entry System November 28, 2015
CIC announced 21st Draw for Canada Express Entry System

On the 27th November 2015, the CIC has announced the invitations under the 21st Draw for Express Entry System for the applicants who seek permanent residency in Canada.Now in this latest Express Entry System Draw 21, around 1559 invitations are announced and cutoff score is 472 points. This cutoff score is based on Com...

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In the past five years, the US had granted 6,80,000 green cards to immigrants from Muslim nations November 27, 2015
In the past five years, the US had granted 6,80,000 green cards to immigrants from Muslim nations

The immigration policy of the US President Barack Obama administration had come under the improved attacks from the Republicans after the DHS has revealed the new statistics that in previous five years, the US had granted about 6,80,000 green cards to the immigrants from Muslim nations.The administration now also inten...

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Students might face difficulty with US J-1 visa November 27, 2015
Students might face difficulty with US J-1 visa

Sponsoring bodies regarding the J-1 program made an announcement previous week that the students who seek to apply for J-1 visa for the US would face augmented difficulties. Following the decision which was announced on 12th November that the students should now have to secure a job before travelling to the US. Previ...

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UK immigration reaches to an all time record high November 27, 2015
UK immigration reaches to an all time record high

Migration in Britain go up to an all time high figures of 3,36,000 in the year till June; these figures seems to give another blow to the plans of the government for limiting the numbers.According to the information, the continuous rise was driven by the sharp increase in the number of individuals visiting to work in t...

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New Zealand would be urged to tighten controls and checks on foreign students November 27, 2015
New Zealand would be urged to tighten controls and checks on foreign students

The Immigration Department of New Zealand would be asked to tighten the controls and checks on the foreign students and their agents at the seminar today in Auckland.Around 1,16,600 individuals had applied for the student visa in the year till June with over 99,000 applications were approved to study here.Over a time, ...

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Bulgaria to open 6 additional visa centers across India November 27, 2015
Bulgaria to open 6 additional visa centers across India

Tourism Minister, Republic of Bulgaria, Nikolina Angelkova, informed while addressing a press conference that they are in the process of discussion with the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry to come up with six more visa centers in India.According to the Minister, they are at an initial stage of talks, and the Bulgarian for...

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New Zealand unveils new student visa November 27, 2015
New Zealand unveils new student visa

The government of New Zealand has unveiled the new student visa; this was announced by Steven Joyce, who is New Zealand’s Skill, Education, and Employment Minister and by Michael Woodhouse, Immigration Minister. They also said that this new visa would make New Zealand further competitive and it will assist in retaini...

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President Obama urges the Supreme Court to decide quickly on the immigration measures November 26, 2015
President Obama urges the Supreme Court to decide quickly on the immigration measures

Obama administration had urged the Supreme Court for setting the date quickly for ruling on executive orders which will protect undocumented immigrants which are around five million from deportation.In the twin page letter which was send on Tuesday, Donald Verrilli, US Solicitor General had asked high court to dismiss ...

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