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  • Britain lures the ultra-rich

    Britain is preparing to change the immigration rules for wealthy non-EU nationals in a bid to lure more foreign cash into the country. The government is expected to announce changes to investor visas in mid March, which will cut the time high net worth individuals have to spend in the country, beginning April. People who… Read More »

    Feb 18, 2011
  • In 2010, Canada welcomed 280,000 immigrants, highest in 50 years

    Canada welcomes highest number of legal immigrants in 50 years while taking action to maintain the integrity of Canada’s immigration systemOttawa, February 13, 2011 — In 2010, Canada welcomed the highest number of legal immigrants in more than 50 years, at 280,636 permanent residents, Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism and Parliamentary Secretary… Read More »

    Feb 18, 2011
  • New Opportunities:Japan to open its doors to Indian Services

    India and Japan have signed a trade agreement that will allow Indian accountants, researchers, tourist guides, management consultants, yoga and English teachers to provider their services in Japan.

    Feb 17, 2011
  • More UK Visa cuts for Skilled Indians

    Under new proposals to protect British workers, Non-European Union citizens especially skilled Indian migrants, are likely to face more hurdles in getting work visas in the UK. The UK government advisers have suggested cutting by a third the number of occupations, which qualify as ‘skilled’ under immigration rules. If accepted by ministers, the number of… Read More »

    Feb 8, 2011
  • UK plans new Visa for Super Rich

    Even as visa rules for ordinary people are being tightened with an annual cap for non-European Union nationals set to kick in soon, the “super-rich” would be able to literally buy their way into Britain under new plans to attract wealthy investors. Media reports on Monday said the proposed rules would not only make it… Read More »

    Feb 8, 2011
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