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  • Why restrictions on skilled migrants affect global businesses

    Top HR practitioners feel Restricting Skilled Migrants by developed countries such as the US, the UK and many others has affected global businesses. It makes it tougher and complex for them to scrutinize the various Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) formed. In his LinkedIn Influencer blog, Hays CEO, Alistair Cox, says that there is a need… Read More »

    Jul 26, 2017
  • UK’s growth powered by migration

    Statistics released in the third week of July by the ONS (Office for National Statistics) reveals that migration was the main cause of Britain’s growth and not births as was the popular perception. The total population of UK grew by over 251,000 during the last 12 years owing to net migration, which has caused the… Read More »

    Jul 25, 2017
  • UK Indian community participates in discussion on Anti-caste law

    UK Indian community is participating in the discussion on the Anti-caste law being introduced by the UK Government.  A London-based consultant Keval Bharadia said that till very recently his involvement in politics was negligible. But of late he began to campaign for the ongoing discussions of the UK government regarding an anti-cast legislation. Mr. Bharadia… Read More »

    Jul 22, 2017
  • Alternatives to H1-B visas for people wanting to work and settle in US

    After questions are being raised that the Donald Trump’s administration may limit the scope of H1-B visas, there are some visas people aspiring to work and get a permanent residency in the US can apply for. They could opt for the EB-5 Investor Visa program, which allows entrepreneurs to apply for permanent residence (green card)… Read More »

    Jul 20, 2017
  • Five aspects you need to be aware of US Immigration and Citizenship

    Below are the five aspects you need to be aware of US Immigration and Citizenship: You must have lived in the US on a US Permanent Residency Visa or the Green Card for 5 years to naturalize as a US Citizen. It is 3 years if you are married to and residing with a spouse… Read More »

    Jul 19, 2017
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