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Immigration New Zealand Warns About Visa Delays Ahead

Immigration New Zealand Warns About Visa Delays Ahead

Immigration New Zealand has given early warnings to clients that the recent terrorist attacks at Christchurch can affect the processing of visa applications by causing delays. There are over 190 visa applicants who have been granted visitor visas to New Zealand. This number represents applicants who are family members of the victims of the Christchurch […]

Canadian Government Supporting Syrian Refugees

Canadian Government Supporting Syrian Refugees

To go through trauma is a brave task. All they need at that time is support, and Canada has been the strongest support system for them. In 2016 – 17, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invited many refugees and provided them with food, shelter, and education. The average time for Canadian visa application processing for […]

IRCC refreshes ranking based on time stamp with CRS points for applicants

IRCC refreshes ranking based on time stamp with CRS points for applicants

The IRCC will now rank the Visa applicants based on the time-stamp and date per its CRS tied score. This strategy adopted by the IRCC will give the candidates who are present in the Express Entry pool previously to be ranked higher as compared to the candidates who have registered recently. The applicants whose profile […]

Will UK be able to keep down its Immigration target

Will UK be able to keep down its Immigration target

The UK has certainly seen multifaceted changes in its political technological and economic side which still has not fit best with its Immigration policies and laws. Last year 248,000 immigrants were found to reside in the country due to various work related activities. David Davis Brexit secretary has said,” “the aim, but we can’t promise […]

Surge in the no. of Immigrants leave post Brexit

Surge in the no. of Immigrants leave post Brexit

The British economy certainly seems gloomy skies in the near future with skilled and talented workers leave the country. There is too much data to support the ongoing uproar and skill shortage being faced by the firms who have lost potential and skilled workers from their work domain. The ageing population and the European Union […]

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