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  • US Immigration
    US census bureau-population scenarios till 2060

    According to a new report by the US Census Bureau, the population of the country can see a growth of up to 447 million by 2060 or fall as low as 320 million. The population growth will be determined by the number of immigrants who are admitted into the country in the next forty years.… Read More »

    Feb 28, 2020
  • Saskatchewan sends outs 576 invitations in the latest draw

    Saskatchewan in Canada sent out 576 invitations in the latest invitation round held on 27th February. The SINP issued invitations under the Express Entry and Occupations In-demand categories. For the SINP to consider you for an invitation, you must first create an Expression of Interest with the SINP. The SINP invites candidates who have the… Read More »

    Feb 28, 2020
  • Australia Skill Select update
    Australia Skill Select update for January 2020

    Australia has released the results of the first Skill Select round of 2020 held on 11th January. Australia issued 1300 invitations- 1000 under the Subclass 189 and the rest under the Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional (Family-sponsored) Visa. The minimum required score in the latest Skill Select round dropped marginally to 90 points. The latest… Read More »

    Feb 26, 2020
  • A look into the new points based immigration system of UK
    A look into the new points-based immigration system of UK

    Priti Patel, UK Home Secretary, unveiled the new points-based immigration system of the UK on 19th February. The UK will move to the new points-based system from 1st January 2021. Under the new immigration system, eligible applicants must score 70 points to qualify for immigration to the UK. The UK already has a points-based system… Read More »

    Feb 26, 2020
  • NASSCOM urges the US to stop discrimination against India

    President Donald Trump of the US will make his maiden visit to India on 24th February. Days before his visit, NASSCOM (National Association of Software and Services Companies) has urged the US to stop its discrimination against India over H1B Visas. Shivendra Singh, Vice-President at NASSCOM, said in an interview that India contributes $57 billion… Read More »

    Feb 26, 2020
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