Australia, The Land of Opportunities, attracts highly skilled professionals from across the globe through “The General Skilled Migration” (GSM) program. This Programs works on a point base system, where points are awarded on the basis of an applicant’s age, qualification, years of work experience, English ability. Additional points can be received from States and Territory nominations. For […]
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A chance not to miss out on! The Home Office has announced some reforms to the Sole Representative or Overseas Representative visa to The United Kingdom. NOW may be the right time to apply for those who are thinking of expanding their business in the UK. These reforms are designed to give the Home Office more[…..]
Australia’s Department of Home Affairs has upgraded its Visa Processing times. Regional visas are being processed on faster basis to get more and more immigrants to live and work in Regional Australia. (All areas of Australia except Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are considered ‘Regional’) Monthly updates are expected to get an indicative time frame of processing a[…..]
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We are in this together Everything has changed – our priorities, our routines and the way we live. While COVID-19 has separated us physically, we are more determined to stay connected with you. Please remember, even though we’re apart, we are in this together. As we come to the start of another week in this extraordinary time,[…..]
25 per cent of new immigrants originated in India India remains Canada’s number one source country for newcomers. Approximately 86,000 Indians who have become permanent residents in 2019 accounted for 25% of all new comers to Canada. China was a distant second, accounting for 9 percent of newcomers, followed by the Philippines, accounting for 8 percent of new immigrants. Nigeria, the United States of America, Pakistan, Syria, Eritrea, South Korea and Iran have rounded out the top 10 source countries. India ranks number one India accounted for 25 per cent of Canada’s 341,000 welcome immigrants. In recent years the Indian share of immigrants to Canada has increased significantly. As of 2015, India accounted for 14 per cent of immigrants to Canada. India is probably the leading source country of immigrants to Canada for the following reasons. It also has a large middle-class population with a high level of English language proficiency and education, who also have professional backgrounds that meet Canada’s criteria for the selection of immigrants. Indian nationals are the majority of applicants under the H1-B Temporary Skilled Worker Program in the United States. The approval rates for the H1- B visa program has decreased under the administration of President Donald Trump. This led to Indian nationals living in the U.S. electing to apply for permanent residence in Canada.