Monthly Archives: March 2013

EU visa policy can help tourism

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EU visa policy can be used as a tool to support the tourism industry in Europe, according to MEPs from the Transport and Tourism Committee … Continue

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Ease EU visa policy to help tourism industry to create jobs, say
MEPs

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EU visa applications should be further facilitated to help the EU tourism industry to drive growth and create jobs, said Transport and Tourism Committee MEPs … Continue

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U.K. Will Split Border Agency to Create Faster Visa Service

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The U.K. Border Agency will be split into a visa-issuing body and an immigration-policing organisation after it struggled to deal with arrival lines at airports … Continue

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At naturalization ceremony, Obama makes immigration push

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In a naturalization ceremony for newly minted American citizens this morning, President Obama reiterated his ongoing push for what he called “comprehensive” and “sensible” immigration … Continue

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Fed: Economy improving in most areas of U.S.

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The nation’s economy expanded in all 12 Federal Reserve districts in late January and February, though a recent payroll tax increase, the new health care … Continue

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British-Asian billionaires double in past year

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Britain’s Asian entrepreneurs have defied the recession with some becoming billionaires from millionaires, according to the latest report on some of the country’s richest businessmen. … Continue

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Study Shows 1.5m New Jobs May Be Generated by the European Internet
Economy

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A new study published by Vlerick Business School in Belgium and carried out on behalf of IAB Europe has revealed that Europe has the potential … Continue

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Grads in Health Care Fields See Bright Job Market

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Family physicians, advanced-practice nurses and physician assistants are especially in demand. Job opportunities for grads specialising in primary care are increasing and unlikely to decline … Continue

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Fuel Efficiency Law to Create 400,000 New Jobs in Europe

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A new study shows that if the new European legislation on auto fuel efficiency will be adopted, this could create around 400,000 new jobs and … Continue

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Securing travel visas upon entry in Thailand

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The visa on arrival – visa exemption rule – allows passport holders of 19 countries to enter Thailand under this rule provided that they meet … Continue

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Now, EPL tickets to available at visa centres

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Tickets to watch games of your favourite club in the English Premier League will soon be available in visa centres across India. In the next … Continue

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European Research Council eyes Indian scholars

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A delegation of the European Research Council (ERC) is visiting leading India universities to attract scholars to take up research projects in the European Union, … Continue

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War on Talent Continues for Engineers in Europe

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The need for qualified engineers and computer professionals in Europe is at all time high. New vacancies for “high-skilled” labour for the year 2012 have … Continue

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EU Blue Card - Netherlands for Skilled Professionals

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Netherlands introduced the EU Blue Card in June 2011 to fill the skills shortage gap in various sectors. The card is designed for highly skilled … Continue

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700,000 unfilled ICT & IT jobs in Europe

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Europe is facing acute shortage of professionals in IT and ICT sector. EU is taking significant steps to counter the decline competitiveness. Number of digital … Continue

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Labour immigration policy will focus on short-term student visitor
visas

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Stronger checks on migrants who abuse short-term student visitor visas will replace the coalition’s targeting of legitimate higher education overseas students in Labour’s new approach … Continue

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Canada’s modified FSWP accepts applications from May 4th 2013

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Prospective immigrants for Canada Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) have already started preparation for visa application submission; CIC would start accepting applications from May 4th, … Continue

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12,100 new jobs in January in Minnesota

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Minnesota added 12,100 jobs in January 2013 as per the latest reports by Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. “The Minnesota labor market is … Continue

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EU requires 1.85 million professionals to fill the existing
vacancies

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European Commission has reported that it requires approx. 1.85 million foreign skilled professionals to fill the existing requirements throughout the EU. Job vacancies are mostly … Continue

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39.7 million tourists visited Las Vegas in 2012

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Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) reported that the casino city received 39.7 million tourists in 212. The organization expects that Las Vegas would … Continue

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