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  • ‘EB-5’ Investor Visa program developments

    THE USCIS Service Centers have recently received guidance and new instructions for their adjudicators relating to the timing of creating new jobs and explaining the meaning of “full-time” for positions created through the “EB-5” investor program investment. In apparent response to some unwarranted shifts in adjudicatory processes and the Service Center’s imposition of more stringent… Read More »

    Feb 28, 2014
  • US immigration to inspect L-1 visa employers

    The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) are to expand their US site inspection program to take in the employers of L-1 visas as well as H-1B visas. They will make unannounced site visits to prevent abuse of the L-1 visa by firms breaching ‘anti job-shop rules’. The visits are expected to begin in the… Read More »

    Feb 28, 2014
  • Electrical Engineering are the Most Wanted Professions Across the Globe

    Electrical engineers and technicians are wanted especially in the energy and construction sectors. Austria needs engineers and technicians for the energy and construction sectors as well as the car industry. Electrical engineering is among the 10 professions most affected by long term labour force shortages in Hungary. In Singapore, electrical engineers are in demand in… Read More »

    Feb 27, 2014
  • Global migrants: Doctors are the most wanted professions in 18 Countries

    At least 18 countries in the world are interested in recruiting GPs and specialist doctors. Anaesthetists, gastroenterologists and neurosurgeons are among the 30 specialists Australia needs. Germany needs about 5,000 doctors. It is the best paid profession in the country, with an average salary of 49,000 euros (US$63,741) a year. New Zealand needs GPs and… Read More »

    Feb 26, 2014
  • Travel ban on loan defaulters in UAE leaves expatriate families stranded

    Travel bans on loan and credit card defaulters have left many expatriate families stranded in the UAE. With husbands or fathers either at large or facing charges related to financial crimes, many women and children are at the mercy of welfare organisations. Social workers told XPRESS that families impacted by financial woes are forced to… Read More »

    Feb 25, 2014
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