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  • Estonia receives 325 applications from non-EU nationals for startup visa

    The Startup Visa of Estonia that allows non-EU nationals to come and work in the country’s startups has received 325 applications, most of them from India, Ukraine, Turkey, Russia and Pakistan Floated by Estonia’s startup community in collaboration with Startup Estonia and the nation’s ministry of the interior in early 2017, it is said to… Read More »

    Jan 19, 2018
  • Women aged 25 and above can enter Saudi Arabia unaccompanied

    A spokesman for the SCTH (Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage) said henceforth, women aged 25 and above can enter Saudi Arabia alone as they would be granted a tourist visa. Omar Al-Mubarak, the commission’s licensing department director general, was quoted by Arab News as saying that they would be granted a single-entry visa,… Read More »

    Jan 16, 2018
  • For Immigrants Dependent Children the best destination is Canada, reveals Government report

    For Immigrants Dependent Children the best destination is Canada as revealed by the Government report. Immigrants in Canada can also look forward to best economic and educational outcomes for their children. This is the revelation of the report of government report by Garnett Picot. He is an expert on inequality in earnings and economic assimilation… Read More »

    Jan 16, 2018
  • New Zealand faces shortage of skilled professionals

    New Zealand’s business growth is struggling as it faces a shortage of talented professionals and the country would need to hire more International Workers, says a new report, adding that IT is one of the sectors that has been hit more than the others. It adds that business houses will find it tough to fulfill… Read More »

    Jan 13, 2018
  • Settlement funds succeed your Canada Permanent Residence

    Settlement funds can fail or succeed your Canada Permanent Residence Application. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada recently revised the figure of funds for settlement. It has been increased by 1.42% and the change comes in to effect from 5 January 2018. Settlement funds are deemed to be important by IRCC for applicants of Canada Permanent… Read More »

    Jan 11, 2018
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