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Tier 2
It seems like the United Kingdom government will do everything not to let any more immigrants enter the country. A few days ago, the British government increased the minimum salary required to get the tier 2 visa to 50,000 pounds, which is absolutely absurd. The salary requirement is not for those occupations that fall in…

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Germany
The German economy is in dire need of immigrants, but the government still needs to reform its immigration laws to make it easier for highly skilled immigrants to enter the country. During a recent interview, Joachim Stamp, deputy state premier, North Rhine-Westphalia, expressed his anxiety towards the current immigration system and said the federal government…

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Indian Woman
Kiran Bala’s story is straight out of a Bollywood movie and too dramatic to be true. The 32-years old is a widow and mother of three, who now goes by the name of Amina Bibi. On April 11, Bala left for Pakistan along with Shirmoni Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee group to visit the Nankana Sahib. She…

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Quebec
Quebec is not the fastest when it comes to processing permanent residency applications. Some people are waiting for two years to get their Quebec permanent residency. And these people are Iranian nationals, who are skilled and have gone through a legal procedure. However, since they come from a conflicted country, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship…

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Atlantic Canada
Atlantic Canada covers a huge region but barely sees an increase in immigration levels. The region comprises of four Canadian provinces namely Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland and Labrador. While Nova Scotia has the highest retention rate of 72 percent among Atlantic Canadian provinces, it is far less than other provinces…

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European Students’ Union
In a bid to save its weakening education system, the European Students’ Union has decided to consider European Commission for public consultation for Schengen visa’s future. According to the Union, they want to achieve equal educational and social opportunities for students coming from third-party countries. Currently, 46 countries are a part of the European Students’…

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