Unique services and marketing help numbers of tourists increase
The efforts of the General Department of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA-Dubai) to promote the city’s tourism sector and attract
With Canada’s home renovation industry continuing to grow, new construction holding steady, and an aging workforce with many people nearing retirement, Canada’s residential construction industry will
SINGAPORE: Demand for skilled supply chain and logistics workers is expected to rise by 15 to 20 per cent over the next two years.
This is according to a forecast by recruitment services firm Spring
Chinese and Indian students have made up big numbers on university campuses in the US and UK for years. Increasingly, they’re looking East to Australia and New Zealand.
Chinese students make up a
Major UK immigration changes took effect on 6 April 2015 with the Tier 2 visa category set for substantial changes. The most significant change is the introduction of an NHS surcharge for most UK visa
Further to the myriad of changes that have affected Canada's Temporary Worker Program in the last few years, it appears that we still haven't seen the end. This change impacts LMIA applications.
Quebec is seeking a delay on the application of changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, but the federal government does not appear to be willing to play ball.
Changes to the program announced
Non-EU students have expressed their frustration after being informed that they now have to pay a new Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) when renewing or applying for a Tier 4 student visa.
With just under three weeks until the UK general election, the political parties have outlined their plans regarding international students, post-study work, and net migration if they are elected
The end of the school year is rapidly approaching. Soon there will be millions of young adults hitting the streets with a fresh degree in their hands looking for a job. While there is a lot of talk