Monthly Archives: May 2013

Jobs convince state's college students to stay in Michigan after
graduation

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More young people are staying in Michigan after graduating from college, with job opportunities driving the brain gain, according to a preliminary survey released Thursday … Continue

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Fewer children deemed "unable to be integrate"

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Last year’s law change has worked to allow more young children residency in Denmark with their foreign parents, but Dansk Folkeparti fears a backlash Fewer … Continue

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Overseas Health Insurance News: Visas extended for finishing
students in Australia

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Expatriates studying in Australia can now stay for longer after finishing their studies under new rules applied to the visa process. Despite the country clamping … Continue

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Job seekers face greater competition from skilled foreign workers
and visitors on working holidays

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JOB seekers face greater competition from visitors on working holidays and skilled foreign workers. About 360,000 people are here on temporary visas with work rights, … Continue

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HIRONO VOTES FOR FINAL PASSAGE OF IMMIGRATION BILL IN JUDICIARY
COMMITTEE

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After many days of work on immigration reform as a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) released the following statement after … Continue

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Long wait for a green card could be ending

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Sanket Sant, a citizen of India, came to the United States at age 21, earning a master’s degree in engineering, followed by a doctorate and … Continue

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Australia Announces 2013-14 Migration Program

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The Australian government will continue to set 190,000 places for the migration program in 2013-14, the same level as the previous year, according to an … Continue

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High job vacancy rates for small business

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There were approximately 295,000 unfilled full and part-time private sector jobs in Canada during the first quarter, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business … Continue

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UK offers same-day 'super priority' business visa in India

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THE UK has debuted same-day visa application services at its high commissions in India, with plans to make the facility available in a handful of … Continue

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Immigration to US takes toll on health

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Becoming an American can be bad for your health. A growing body of mortality research on immigrants has shown that the longer they live in … Continue

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Australia as Top Study Destination in IDP Fair

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AUSTRALIA is highlighted once more as among the world’s best education destinations in the next education fair organized by IDP Education Philippines this month. The … Continue

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Graduates’ job chances improve- Australia Immigration

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RECENT graduates still searching for a full-time position can take heart from Graduate Careers Australia research. It reveals employment rates for bachelor degree graduates improve … Continue

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Australian families to pay the price for Wayne Swan's 2013 Budget

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STRUGGLING families will pay for Labor’s big ticket election promises on education and disability, a $3.2 billion blowout in spending on asylum-seekers and the devastating … Continue

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Federal Court to test expedited visa hearings

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Some rejected visa applicants may soon have much quicker access to a judge’s ruling under a fast-track project launched by Federal Court. The aim is … Continue

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World Migratory Bird Day on 11 - 12 May 2013 – The spirit of
migration in birds, what lessons we can learn.

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The evolution of migration appears to be a genetic trait found in birds as well as humans. Birds have a behavioral tendency for migration. It … Continue

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UK: London Labor Market Projections

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Over the past 30 years or so, London has seen strong growth in employment of professional and business support services. Over the same period, there … Continue

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Welfare costs prompt tougher rules for immigrating parents

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The Harper government is making it tougher for people to settle foreign parents or grandparents in Canada – hiking sponsorship qualifications to make it less … Continue

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PNG PM calls for easier Australian visa access

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Papua New Guinea’s prime minister has told Julia Gillard that easier visa access for his citizens will go a long way in improving his country’s … Continue

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Joe Biden: Immigration USA ’about dignity’

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Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday it’s important for the United States to pass immigration reform to maintain respect throughout the Americas. “There are a … Continue

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No more walk-in inquiries for US visa applicants starting Wednesday

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Starting Wednesday, May 8, walk-in inquiries for United States visas will no longer be allowed at the US Embassy’s Immigrant Visa Unit. In an email … Continue

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