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Alberta has Announced a Higher Nomination Intake Plans for the Year 2018

The maximum Provincial Nominee Program allotment for the year 2018 will be 5,600 nominations. The province of Alberta recently declared this figure and shared its plans regarding the launch of two new streams aligned with the Express Entry. The figure displays an increase of 100 nominations with reference to the ‘Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program’. The total […]

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Nova Scotia Issued a Record Number of Nominations to the Immigrants in 2017

The immigration authorities of Nova Scotia province have declared that a record number of immigrants received their nominations through Provincial Nominee Program in 2017. According to a calculation, more than 1,400 immigrants received such nominations during this particular year. These nominations by Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) fall under the five immigration streams mentioned below. Skilled […]

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Interested Sponsors Can Now Apply Through Parents and Grandparents Program

Parents and Grandparents Program is now open for Canadian citizens and permanent residents. The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) reopened this program for those who want to sponsor their parents and grandparents. Things You Will Find In This Page1 How to Apply?1.0.1 {You can get more information about: International Skilled Worker Category by SINP}2 […]

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Having No Job Offer is not a Problem Anymore: A Confirmation by Latest Express Entry Report

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has released new statistics, which reveal that almost 90 percent of Express Entry candidates having no job offer received an Invitation to Apply (ITA) during the first half of 2017. This move has prominently favored the candidates with higher human capital scores by awarding them a major share of ITAs. Human […]

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Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs Witnessed a Busy Final Quarter of 2017

Over the past few years, Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs have shown that why their popularity as a legitimate pathway to Canadian permanent residence is increasing. These programs have been active particularly in British Columbia, Ontario and Manitoba. They facilitate provinces and territories to nominate eligible candidates for Canadian permanent residence. These nominations are mainly based on labour market […]

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European cities are the safest in the world for expats

European cities offer some of the highest quality of living in the world despite recent security issues, social unrest, and concern about the region’s economic outlook, according to an annual survey. Vienna is ranked top overall in Mercer’s 18th annual Quality of Living survey, followed by Zurich in Switzerland, then Auckland in New Zealand, Munich […]

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Intake Cap for Parent and Grandparent Program for Immigration to Canada Formally Raised to 10,000

Canadian Immigration: As has been widely expected, the number of applications to be accepted annually for the Parent and Grandparent Program (PGP) has been doubled from 5,000 to 10,000. Through the PGP, Canadian citizens and permanent residents may sponsor their parents and grandparents to immigrate to Canada permanently. During last year’s general election campaign, the now-governing Liberal Party […]

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Free Study in Germany

Germany has state funded educational system which provide free education to thousands of students from all over the world. German universities are among the ancient educational institutes in Europe. Many students go to Germany to learn German language, however most of the German universities provide free language classes to international students who study other degree […]

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Liberals Announce New Canadian Citizenship Requirements

Canadian Immigration: Canada’s liberal government has introduced substantial changes to the Citizenship Act that would make it easier to become a Canadian citizen.  The new requirements substantially shift the citizenship pendulum and would give effect to the government’s election platform by repealing controversial modifications brought under the previous Conservative government. Lowering qualifying requirements Among the most important […]

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Canada immigration: 2016 – a new year of opportunities

Looking back at 2015 and at 2016 to see what Canada offered for immigrants. It was almost a year ago when Canada adopted a new immigration policy, changing the way migration aspirants looked at the once so accessible immigration destination. Whereas there used to be a large variety of programmes suiting the different profiles of […]

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Denmark Immigration

Denmark is one of the European Union’s most active members in trying to recruit skilled workers from around the world. Denmark’s immigration policy, similar to the United Kingdom’s skilled immigration program, utilizes a points based system called the Danish Green Card to attract skilled workers from outside the EU. In addition, Denmark has a work permit […]

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Denmark to overhaul green card scheme

With too many educated foreigners ending up as cleaners and taxi drivers, the government has announced a wide-ranging plan to tighten up the requirements to receive a green card while also making it easier for Danish companies to attract foreign talent. Foreign professionals looking to enter Denmark under the green card scheme will now face […]

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Australia eases student visa requirements for Pakistan

Australia eases student visa requirements for ‘high risk’ countries Australia has eased the financial requirements for student visa applications from ‘high risk’ countries including China, India and Pakistan as part of a move to streamline its student visa assessment level framework. The changes also lower the evidence requirements for English language proficiency and previous study.   […]

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AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION NEWS

Australia is attracting more overseas military services personnel to highly specialised roles by making it easier for their families to get citizenship, according to a joint media release by Minister for Immigration and Citizenship Chris Bowen MP and Minister for Defence Science and Personnel Warren Snowdon MP on September 11, 2012. The two Ministers stated […]

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