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  • Why immigration is beneficial for Canada’s economy

    As the benefits of immigration are being debated by political players in the US and EU, it has, however, been proved beyond doubt that the economy of Canada is highly dependent on its immigrants who power its workforce. Immigrants employed in Canada increased by 261,200 in this year up to May, a rise of 6.6… Read More »

    Jun 24, 2016
  • How immigration is good for the world at large

    Immigration is good for economy as a whole, including for public spending and for the employed. Sandro Scocco, a Swedish economist of repute, is quoted by Social Europe as saying that in the UK there are a disproportionately high number of immigrants working in menial jobs. He says that is, in fact, true for most… Read More »

    Jun 23, 2016
  • E-visas for Indian traditional medicine may give Ayurveda a leg up

    With the Indian government deciding to give e-visas to foreigners wanting to avail Indian traditional medicine, the healthcare industry is hoping that it would give a leg up to the wellness tourism in the south. In the first week of June, the Union Home Ministry gave a go-ahead to issue e-tourist visas for people wanting… Read More »

    Jun 23, 2016
  • North Carolinian city needs foreign IT workers on H-1B visas

    North Carolina state’s commercial hub, Charlotte, needs more foreign IT workers on H-1B visas to fill its vacancies. Work is quoted as saying that IT employers in this city say that the H-1B visa programme will allow them to hire people for positions for which there were not adequate native applicants with the requisite… Read More »

    Jun 20, 2016
  • EB-6 visas could prove beneficial for US economy

    Studies show that startups have been one of main generators of employment in the US in the last few years. It is, therefore, being said that policymakers need to attract entrepreneurs to float new ventures in the US by putting in place a new visa for startups. In fact, it is for this very reason… Read More »

    Jun 18, 2016
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