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  • Business visa changes ‘to create jobs and growth’

    Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse has announced a new business visa policy to encourage migrants to set up high-quality businesses in New Zealand to help create local jobs and support economic growth. “New Zealand needs to attract talented, enterprising, well-connected business people to invest and grow businesses in New Zealand,” Mr Woodhouse says. “That’s why a… Read More »

    Dec 13, 2013
  • Changes Proposed for US Student Visa Program

    Proposed changes to the Student and Exchange Visitor Program have been announced on 2 December, providing a more flexible approach for management of overseas students as well as more opportunities for their spouses and children to study in the US. As stated in the announcement, the changes would eliminate the limit of 10 designated school… Read More »

    Dec 7, 2013
  • US to allow another group of immigrants to stay

    Some immigrants who have stayed in the United States longer than they were allowed can soon apply to keep living in the US under another immigration policy change quietly authorised by the Obama administration. According to a November 14 policy memorandum from US Citizenship and Immigration Services, some immigrants from 37 Visa Waiver Program countries… Read More »

    Dec 2, 2013
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