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  • A summary of the 2016 Visa Restrictions Index

    The annual 2016 Visa Restrictions Index was published yesterday by Henley & Partners, a global leader in citizenship and residence planning, in collaboration with the IATA (International Air Transport Association). This survey ranks countries as per the number of countries that their citizens can travel to. Not all countries are the same. For example, visa… Read More »

    Feb 26, 2016
  • US to allow more Canadian students to study in its universities

    The US Department General in Toronto sees more than 100,000 visa applications for every year. While Canadian students are among the main ten of general visa candidates to the United States, Canadians represent just three percent of aggregate candidates. Individuals from China, India, Iran, the Philippines, Pakistan, Nigeria and Iraq make up the dominant part of… Read More »

    Feb 25, 2016
  • India eases norms to attract Buddhism travel immigration

    Being a part of ASEAN, India is doing its part to connect to the Buddhist Asian countries as it is looking to ease its travel immigration restrictions for travelers who want to visit Buddhist heritage sites in India, said the Indian Vice President. Talking amid a visit to Thailand a week ago, Indian Vice President Hamid… Read More »

    Feb 25, 2016
  • Changes made by the Canadian immigration department

    Amid the recent Canadian national elections, the Liberal Party of the newly-elected Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, proposed liberal changes to Canadian immigration framework. The up and coming changes will influence different classifications as pointed below: Education Changes will be made to the Canadian Experience Class Program to cut obstructions for student immigration, making it less demanding for… Read More »

    Feb 25, 2016
  • Rural New Zealand: To experience country life and great work opportunities

    Y-Axis overseas immigration assists our clients in immigration to countries for work, education permanent residency and more. This article directs your attention to things that are uniquely New Zealand. Most immigrants want to move to a city, to live the fast paced, urban life. But a few of our immigrants want to relocate to experience… Read More »

    Feb 24, 2016
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