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  • Schengen Visa
    European countries become active to stop “Visa shopping”

    You must be wondering “What is Visa shopping?”. Well, Visa shopping is the practice of applying for a visa at an Embassy/Consulate where it is faster or easier to get as compared to others. To travel to Europe you need to have a valid Schengen Visa. As per Schengen Visa rules, if you are travelling… Read More »

    Jul 23, 2019
  • China
    China relaxes immigration rules to attract more skilled workers

    Chinese immigration rules are all set to be relaxed by the Ministry of Public Security. This will open the doors to more high-skilled overseas workers. It will also allow a greater number of foreigners to become Chinese Permanent Residents. The relaxation in Visa rules will be effective from August this year. The new rules will… Read More »

    Jul 23, 2019
  • Student Visa
    How can you avoid Student Visa scams?

    Visa fraud is not a matter of joke and may land you in immense trouble in a foreign country. However, every year many international students fall prey to fraud Visa agents. The problem is more rampant in countries which allow international students to work off-campus. Fraud agents often lure international students by promising them a… Read More »

    Jul 23, 2019
  • PEI
    PEI, Canada invites 135 candidates in the latest draw

    Prince Edward Island (PEI) in Canada invited 135 candidates in the latest draw held on 18th July. PEI issued the invitations under the below categories: Express Entry Labour Impact Business Impact The PEI PNP’s Express Entry stream is aligned with the Federal Express Entry Program. Through it, the PEI PNP can nominate FSWP, FSTC and… Read More »

    Jul 22, 2019
  • British Columbia
    British Columbia issues 73 invites in a new Tech pilot draw

    In the draw held on 16th July, British Columbia in Canada issued 73 invitation to candidates under its Skills Immigration and EE BC. This draw saw the second-largest number of invitations issued for the BCPNP Tech pilot this year. This draw is also the eight consecutive draw with a minimum cut-off of 90 points in… Read More »

    Jul 22, 2019
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