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British Columbia PNP launches the Regional Pilot Program for Entrepreneurs

The BC PNP Entrepreneur Regional Pilot has launched, including a complete list of more than 30 registered and approved communities along with the detailed eligibility criteria. The new BC PNP Entrepreneur Regional Pilot is launched by the immigration authorities in British Columbia in order to attract new businesses that create jobs and spread investment around […]

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Australia commences 5 year temporary visa for parents

The Australian government announced on 1st March 2019, that the Australian citizens or permanent migrants can now apply for their parents to stay for a longer period with them in Australia compared to a visitor visa. The subclass ‘870 Sponsored Parent (Temporary) visa will help the parents ‘reunite’ with their children and grandchildren in Australia. With […]

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New changes introduced to Australian Migration under Federal Budget 2019

The Australian Immigration Department has recently announced few migration changes in the Federal Budget of 2019 under following categories: Things You Will Find In This Page1 Increase in the Visa Application Charges (VAC) 2 Reduction in the Migration Program Planning Level3 Changes in the Skilled Migration Points Test- Secondary Skilled Migrants4 Introduction of New Regional […]

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New Express Entry draw invites 3350 candidates; cut-off score drops to 451

On 3rd April, Canada has issued 3,350 invitations to Express Entry candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence to with scores as low as 451. The Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) in today’s draw is one point lower than the cut-off score in the previous Express Entry invitation round on March 20, which was 452. This […]

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NEW ZEALAND RESIDENCE PROGRAMME; New Selections made under SKILLED MIGRANT CATEGORY on 3rd April 2019

The Skilled Migrant Category of New Zealand Residence Program is available for those candidates who have the skills to contribute to New Zealand’s economic growth. To receive an invitation to apply, you first need to send us an Expression of Interest (EOI). The EOI requires you to mention details about your employment in New Zealand, work experience, and qualifications. […]

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Government of Flanders Master Mind Scholarships for International Students

Brief description: The Government of Flanders launches a new scholarship program, Master Mind Scholarships that aims to promote the internationalization of the Flemish Higher Education.  It awards up to 45 scholarships to outstanding Master students from all countries. Host Institution(s): Universities KU Leuven / University of Leuven University of Antwerp Ghent University Hasselt University Vrije […]

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MBA Tuition Fee Waiver Competition at MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business

Brief description: MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business if offering you the opportunity to compete for an MBA Tuition Fee Waiver. Show off your business and sustainability skills by taking the two challenges, writing a motivational statement and filling out the application form. Host Institution(s): MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business […]

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Local labour should be first choice, says Andrew Little

New Zealand Immigration: Immigration rules should be changed so that employers, such as ethnic restaurants, hire New Zealanders instead of recruiting from overseas, Labour leader Andrew Little says. Mr Little said large intakes of semi-skilled migrants were putting pressure on jobs and wages, especially in Auckland. The hospitality industry was a good example of where migrant workers […]

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Why Canada needs open borders

Canadian Immigration: The idea of open borders strikes fear into the hearts of many, but it need not be that way. On this Open Borders Day — an international celebration each March 16 — we have an opportunity to think outside the box when it comes to freedom of movement. A pivotal question of the debate is […]

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Why Pakistani students prefer going abroad?

Study abroad: Going overseas is, and has been, a human tradition since time immemorial. Man has always sought greener pastures across the oceans and over the valleys and mountains. The impetus is the human need for more than he has, the instinct which keeps man in a constant state of unfulfillment. The same is the case […]

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University of Glasgow offered International Scholarships Program 2016 in UK

International Scholarship Program 2016 is offering by the University of Glasgow. International students will pursue their master’s degree in diverse subjects such as Immunology & Inflammatory Disease; Biotechnology & Management; Biomedical Sciences; Health Technology Assessment and Brain Sciences. The college of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences in University of Glasgow offered these courses in United […]

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Australian international Scholarship award 2016 by Queensland University

Queensland University is offers Australian International Scholarship award 2016. International students will pursue their undergraduate level degree in IT, Multimedia Design and Engineering. Only international students can apply for this scholarship. Candidates who are Australian citizen not be eligible to apply for this scholarship. Students who apply for this scholarship must have complete 12 year […]

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Canadian immigration rules ‘cold-hearted’ but fair, expert says

Canadian Immigration: Rules that sometimes bar sick and disabled people from settling in Canada are invoked more often than many people realize, according to Toronto-based immigration consultant. A professor at York University told Metro Morning earlier this weekthat he and his family are returning to Costa Rica after three years in Canada because immigration officials said their […]

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Tuvalu man uses climate change in refugee status bid

New Zealand Immigration: A man from Tuvalu has become the latest person from the Pacific to argue climate change factors should be considered in his bid for refugee status in New Zealand. The 25-year-old said the water on his home island was not drinkable and he would be discriminated against in finding a job because […]

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How To Apply For Germany Student Visa

You should get a student visa if you are planning to study in Germany. If you have been accepted at German University then it is advisable you apply for a student visa in person for at least 3 months in advance before going to Germany. All your documents and application will be send to the […]

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