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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 two countries.

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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.

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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

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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.

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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.

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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 when there is political disturbance with China.

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Qatar Announced Visa-On-Arrival Program For 80 Countries

Qatar is soon planning to start the world famous visa-on-arrival program for 80 countries including India. The news was first reported by a British news agency, who said that visas will be given for 30 days, 60 days, and 90 days and are renewable. Hassan-al-Ibrahim, acting Chairman of Tourism Authority of Qatar

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Starbucks Canada To Help 1,000 Refugees With Employment

After the success of youth work program started by Starbucks Canada and Pacific Community Resources Society, Starbucks recently launched another program with Surrey Local Immigration Partnership and Immigrant Employment Council of British Columbia to help 1,000 refugees with employment at their cafes and offices.

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USCIS Received More H1B Visa Applications

USCIS received more than 65,000 H1B visa applications for the 16th year in row ever since the yearly cap was introduced in 1990. The government agency announced on April 6, 2018, that they received congressionally-mandated 65,000 H1B visa cap for 2019 financial year that will begin in October 2018.

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Canada Takes US Help With Nigerian Refugees

Nigerian asylum seekers have flooded Canada, and around 7,000 more are predicted to enter in 2018. Canadian authorities are unable to control the influx and have asked the US government to help them out. Canada wants US immigration authorities to make screening procedure for US visa applicants

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Barack Obama’s Start-Up Program Failed

Former US president, Barack Obama, launched the US Start-up Program just before he left the office and Donald Trump became the president of the United States. Ever since the end of 2016 and until now, only ten start-up visas were issued and we obviously know the reason behind it.

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Canada Is Having High Employment Rate

Tech and medical sector in Canada are flourishing after experiencing a decline for the past 10 years. It was revealed in a research conducted Statistics Canada on the annual labor market. According to the research, companies in Canada employed 336,500 more people this year, an increase of 1.9 percent, which is the fastest growth in the last 10 years.

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Russians Skip Traveling To America Because Of Visa Delays

Before matters started getting worse between Russia and the United States, Russians could get the US travel visa within a week. But now, Russians have to wait for a minimum of eight months, making them restless. It is too long to wait for a travel visa forcing Russians to give up on their dream of traveling to the United States.

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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.

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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,

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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 the most in these provinces.

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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 agreement that Quebec has to immediately transfer asylum seekers who intend to settle in other provinces.

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