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  • Why Indian tourists should not give Taiwan a miss

    As Taiwan, or Chinese Taipei, has recently started offering free online visas to Indian nationals, let us see what attractions of this East Asian country may captivate an Indian. One of the major attractions of this highly industralised country is its capital, Taipei. A modern city, it offers nightlife that is on par with its… Read More »

    Sep 20, 2016
  • Visa and requirements for students in the Netherlands

    Certain overseas students may require a residence permit for coming to the Netherlands for staying and studying there. For instance, citizens of the European Union and Switzerland don’t require a permit to come to the country also referred to as Holland.  Different visas and permits are required by people depending on their country of origin,… Read More »

    Sep 20, 2016
  • UAE citizens can travel visa-free to 122 countries

    The citizens of United Arab Emirates (UAE) can travel to 122 countries without any restrictions or visa, Arab times cites Al-Qabas daily as quoting recent research results released by Henley and Partners Research Company. According to it, passport holders of Germany as regarded the most powerful in the world, followed by Brits and Americans. The… Read More »

    Sep 19, 2016
  • Malaysian passport is eighth most powerful in the world

    A Malaysian passport holder can visit 151 countries with a visa. It makes Malaysian passport the eighth most powerful passport globally in the Passport Index 2016. The ranking by the World Economic Forum (WEF) sees Malaysia being tied with countries such as Australia, Iceland and Malta. Passports were ranked by the index depending on the… Read More »

    Sep 19, 2016
  • How Indian students benefit from extension to OPT programme

    The US government had decided to extend Optional Practical Training (OPT) period for foreign student graduates in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) category to 36 months from 29 months five months ago. Let us see how an extension to OPT, a restricted period during which students of the particular courses are allowed to do paid or voluntary… Read More »

    Sep 16, 2016
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