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Smart Visa
Starting from February 1st, 2018, the government of Thailand will begin taking applications for the “Smart Visa.” It is developed to attract specialists from 10 sectors targeted by the Thai government. These industries are called the First S-Curve. Some of these include electronics, automotive, wellness tourism, and medical tourism. Overall, the smart visa categorized into…

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African Illegal Immigrants Rescued
Over 50 African youngsters were found in Algerian waters. They have rescued 25 nautical miles away from Beni-Saf beach, Algeria. There were a total of 48 immigrants, out of which nine were women and three minors. They belonged to different African nationalities including  Mali, Guinean, Senegalese, and Ivorian. They were taken abroad on the Algerian…

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mmigration is Considered as the Major Issue in Brexit Referendum
According to a social media survey, one of the main issues of Brexit referendum was immigration. This report was analyzed by accessing millions of tweets after the Brexit referendum. A research was conducted by Sheffield University according to which immigration left the issues like NHS and sovereignty behind in context of Brexit. A report states…

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Cheaper Tuition fees and Better Jobs for International Students in Canada
The major reasons why students from across the globe are moving to Canada for pursuing studies are the cheaper tuition fees, a faster visa process and most importantly better post-graduation job opportunities. However students are facing several problem as they are unaware of Canadian norms. According to many students, cultural awareness sessions are highly beneficial and also…

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Parents and Grandparents Program Applications Process is All Set to Change in Canada
Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) is all set to experience changes from 2017 cycle, as confirmed by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). According to these changes, now people are required to fill an online form depicting their interest in IRCC program for sponsoring parents or grandparents to live in Canada. These online forms…

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‘Four-in’, ‘Four-out’ Rule Removed by Canadian Government
In a historic decision, the government of Canada has decided to remove the rule of four-in, four-out rule in order to aid the foreign workers in Canada. This decision was made effective immediately according to which the policy of limitation of working for only four years by foreign workers has been abolished. The ‘Four-in’, ’Four-out’ rule was…

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