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  • A Primer to E-2 visas

    E-2 visa, which was not very well-known earlier, is gaining traction of late as it allows migrants float and invest in businesses. Although holders of this visa also pay taxes, recruit US-born workers and are permitted to enrol their children in public schools, they cannot become permanent residents of America. USA Today quotes Brent Renison,… Read More »

    Sep 28, 2016
  • US H-2B application process to become more user-friendly

    To make the H-2B application process more organised and convenient for employers, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) has announced changes to process to cut down the documentation required to give proof of ‘temporary need.’ To bag an approval to recruit workers on H-2B visas, employers should show proof that the requirement for employees… Read More »

    Sep 28, 2016
  • The year that was: Australia and reasons for immigration

    Australia has grown quite well in terms of economy and job creation in comparison to its previous three years. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, its economy clocked in an annual yearly growth at 2.5%. The growth has been driven by three major factors of construction, exports and consumer product consumption. Goods and services… Read More »

    Sep 26, 2016
  • New Zealand receives 125,000 immigrants in year ending August

    Although 125,000 immigrants entered New Zealand in one year ending August, shortages in the labour force in high-demand sectors for the country such as technology and construction remain. It is averred that the latest data to be revealed by the statistics office would raise calls for the government to implement better policies to attract workers… Read More »

    Sep 22, 2016
  • Around 20 percent of Germans are related to immigrants

    The German Federal Statistics Office, Destatis, stated on 16 September that out of the total country’s population of 81.4 million in 2015, 17.1 million people had some kind of a relationship with an immigrant family, with most of them being not born in this West European nation. This includes immigrants to Germany, citizens with one… Read More »

    Sep 21, 2016
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