ERICA CERVINI October 25, 2009 UNIVERSITY bureaucrats would have danced a jig just over a week ago when a survey showed that international students rated Australia safer for study than the US or Britain. The news follows months of damning headlines, particularly in India, about violence against international students and low-quality courses.
I thank Y-Axis for helping me out and providing me with robust support for my case. I being issued a visa after two refusals itself speaks volumes of the tremendous amount of capability of my consultant Maheshwar and Riyaz, and their valuable input and insight in to my case. With a steady communication and clarity… Read More »
The Renaissance in Europe owed a tremendous debt to the inventions that Marco Polo (1254-1324), his father Niccolò and his uncle Maffeo brought back to Venice from their twenty four years of travel in China: “[Upon their return from China], the three Polos received respect from their fellow citizens, with Marco singled out for special… Read More »
Thanks to our pulse on the global migration opportunities, Y-Axis is the first in the market to present the opportunity to work and settle in France. We take great pride in saying there is no other consultant in India promoting this product. It is a first from Y-Axis because of our continuous research & drive… Read More »
Unlike much of Europe, France is an immigrant nation, the number of immigrants having risen from one million in 1881 to 2 million by 1962 to 3.7 million by 1982. (It has dropped a bit since then.) It is estimated that 20 percent to 25 percent of the present population has an immigrant background. But… Read More »