Monthly Archives: November 2011

Australian visa fee to be changed in 2012!

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Chris Bowen, Minister for Immigration and Citizenship announced that new visa fees will be introduced from 1st January 2012. As per the changes the cost of student visas will decrease but the cost for other visas will increase.  The Minister said that the new visa … Read More

Delay in UK visa process at UK Borders due to…

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18,000 UK immigration officials including 2 million workers are expected to go on strike over pensions this week. According to the unions, this is the biggest walkout of state workers so far. The strike is expected to take place this Wednesday. Hence UK government will be … Read More

Canada extends its FSW category to PhD holders!

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Canada in a new move to retain potential overseas candidates has enlarged its Federal Skilled Worker category to PhD holders too. The Federal Skilled Worker program has a new eligibility stream that is open to international students who are pursuing or who have completed doctoral … Read More

Australian exploration firm lists on JSE

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Australian minerals exploration and development company Ferrum Crescent, which has sole operations in South Africa’s Limpopo province, has secured a secondary listing on the JSE’s main board. The JSE has granted the company a secondary listing on its entire issued ordinary share capital under the share … Read More

South Africa takes initiative in boosting renewable industry

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South Africa will launch an ambitious project aimed at boosting its “green” economy and reducing the country’s carbon footprint during the United Nations Climate Change Conference starting in Durban on 28 November. The South African Renewables Initiative (SARi), set to be unveiled at the 17th … Read More

Rich Indians- Top visitors of Malaysia!

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A survey report indicates that 30% of well off travelers to Malaysia will be from China, 26 % from India and 8% from South Africa in the coming 2 years.  Visitors from these countries have been the big spenders for the lovely country.  The South … Read More

India’s Wipro to expand in South Africa

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India-based ICT and business process outsourcing company Wipro Technologies plans  to set up a strategic delivery centre in South Africa that will create job opportunities for about 1000 skilled professionals over the next three years. “South Africa’s IT end-user spending, as a portion of real … Read More

Immigration to Australia on student visa

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Australia is a developed country with a prosperous multicultural society and excellent infrastructural and health care. It is known for its fantastic climate, picturesque beaches and friendly people. Hence, it always finds its name on the top when a person thinks of an option for … Read More

Simplified EU visa Norms if India agrees on Free -trade…

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If India shows interest and agrees to open the Indian Market as a part of the free-trade agreement then European Union is ready to simplify the visa rules for Indian professionals. An official of the Commerce Department said that all the 27 member countries of … Read More

India and Singapore further Strengthen their Relationship

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According to a new law which was introduced recently large number of educated Indians will be cautiously allowed in Singapore for the calibrated mix of nationalities to form a mixed race population in the country. The look East policy was initiated during the regime of … Read More