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  • Right time to study in the UK

    British Deputy High Commissioner Bharat Joshi, on Thursday, said there had never been a better time than this to study in the U.K. “This year, there are an unprecedented 700 scholarships for Indian students to study in the U.K. – our largest scheme in the world – including over a 130 of our flagship Chevening… Read More »

    Mar 29, 2015
  • Germany needs more immigration from non-EU countries

    The number of people of working age in Germany will fall by around a third by 2050 if Europe’s biggest economy does not increase immigration from countries outside the European Union, a study published on Friday said. Germany will need between 276,000 and 491,000 net immigrants from non-EU countries each year to safeguard its levels… Read More »

    Mar 29, 2015
  • UK immigration introduces new rules regarding biometrics

    The UK government announced its new rules for managing fingerprints, facial images and biometric information, which will be enforced beginning April 6, according to a report by Expat Forum. It will now be mandatory for all individuals who are registering or naturalizing as a British Citizen to submit their biometric information as part of their… Read More »

    Mar 29, 2015
  • New Zealand: Important change to Queenstown visa policy

    Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has listened and has made a change to its processes. It has temporarily removed the requirement for a labour market test for some work visa applicants. What is the change? INZ has temporarily waived the requirement for employers to prove that New Zealanders are not available or readily trainable for certain… Read More »

    Mar 29, 2015
  • Here are the 20 most difficult to fill jobs in Australia

    Indeed, the world’s largest job site, released data overnight showing that even in an economy with the highest unemployment rate in 12 years, some jobs are just hard to fill. The report, which aggregated data from Indeed’s Australian operations, examined the “differences in recruitment timelines across 18 industries and five cities in Australia”. It found… Read More »

    Mar 26, 2015
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