Posts tagged Immigration

Immigration responsible for much of U...

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Newly released figures show that the UK’s population rose by 419,900 in the year to June 2012. Of this rise, about 40% (165,000) was caused by immigration and the rest by a baby boom in the UK. But analysis of the figures shows that many of the babies in that baby boom were born to […]

Australian Prime Minister announces s...

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Australian Prime Minister, announced that immigration controls more stringent security and national campaign. Obama’s statement comes in the wake of the hostage siege Sydney in December 2014, when Iranian refugees, walked into a cafe and holding 18 hostages at gunpoint. The report came to the siege to the conclusion that the decisions taken by the […]

Australia will soon cancel the simpli...

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Types of student visas that are available to foreign applicants who want to study in Australia have a minimum of 8-2 month of July 2016. Under many of the amendments announced by DIBP latest foreign student visa program will get a simplified sub-category 590 (student guardian) and sub-category 500 (student). As in Australian universities, the […]

Demands for 457 visa reform reignited...

Australian 457 visa

Australian business groups are reigniting the campaign for 457 visa reform, stating that the time has come to ‘dispel misinformation about the 457 visa scheme….’ In a move likely to create friction with unions over the 457 visa for temporary skilled migrants, business groups are demanding that the government abolishes ‘Labor-era market testing arrangements in […]

Reports to be released to remove the ...

UK immigration

It is scheduled to be raised by the Ministry of the Interior next month, after a landmark ruling by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) self-audit on the operation of two reports of the detention of immigrants private centers. The reports give detailed information about the operation of two facilities: Harmondsworth immigration detention center. The UK’s […]

Indian Immigration to Canada and the ...

India immigration to canada

Indians migrating to Canada is not new, historically since the early 20th century, the Sikhs from Punjab moved to distant lands in search of better prospects. The adventurous Indians faced a tough time in the distance land too. A Japanese ship carrying Indians were returned to India after it was docked in Canada for two […]

UK Immigration wrongly deported 48,00...

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The United Kingdom Home Secretary Theresa May in 2014 revoked the Tier 4 visas of 48,000 international students, and ordered their deportation, after a BBC documentary in February 2014 uncovered cases of cheating on an English language test at one institution. The move was made after the BBC’s Panorama reported that fraudulent activity was occurring […]

Increasing concerns about Irish overs...

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There are increasing numbers of Irish citizens remaining in Australia after their visas expire. Some Irish nationals who are no longer in work simply cannot afford the flight and resettlement costs to return to Ireland. Irish citizens in Australia are also facing greater difficulties securing permanent residency due to changes in Australian immigration laws. Australian […]

Ireland needs UK social workers and s...

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The Irish Government’s Child and Family Agency in Ireland – is looking to recruit social workers from the UK and Canada. Canadian citizens will need work visas. British citizens can work freely in Ireland. The recruitment drive comes as the agency looks to fill 102 job vacancies to tackle a backlog of child protection cases […]

Poll supports free immigration betwee...

UK immigration

A new poll shows ‘overwhelming support’ across Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK for the right to live and work freely in each other’s countries. However, the UK is going in the opposite direction by increasing the Tier 2 salary threshold for permanent residence making it harder to stay in the UK.  The poll, […]