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  • Indians up for investment in U.S. hot spots

    Bangalore: U.S. is the worst hit country by the vicious circle of recession; however, this sorry state of affairs has been capitalized to its core by some. In spite of a record of 2.9 million foreclosures which highlighted the extraordinary collapse of the property market, investors from India, China are keen to take advantage of… Read More »

    May 26, 2011
  • Indian companies hiring workers in North America: Report

    WASHINGTON: Faced with rising wages at home, India’s outsourcing giants have looked for growth opportunities in the US with many of them hiring workers in North America, according to a media report. With Washington crimping visas for visiting Indian workers, some companies such as Mumbai-based Aegis Communications are slowly hiring workers locally as their largest… Read More »

    May 25, 2011
  • Rise in Hyderabad backpackers heading for foreign locales

    HYDERABAD: The offices of international tour operators in the city are doing a brisk business this summer with most recording a 30 per cent rise in business, the best-ever in the last three years, thanks to soaring temperatures. Beginning April, operators say, dozens of denizens have been dropping by at their outlets every day to… Read More »

    May 25, 2011
  • Migrate to Quebec – Quebec Selected Skilled Worker Visa

    MIGRATE TO QUEBEC Y-Axis launches Migrate to Quebec through Quebec Selected Skilled Worker Visa The smartest way to migrate to Canada No IELTS. No French. Less Funds. More Occupations to choose from Talk to a Y-Axis Immigration Consultant in your city today to see if you’re eligible. Y-Axis is India’s No.1 and the World’s largest… Read More »

    May 23, 2011
  • Degree list expanded, foreign students can stay longer

    The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency May 12 announced it has expanded its list of science, technology, engineering and mathematics degrees that would allow foreign students to stay on for up to 17 months post-graduation. Fifty new degree programs now qualify for an Optional Practical Training extension to a student visa, including several disciplines… Read More »

    May 23, 2011
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