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  • Visa options available to live in the UAE
    Visa options available to live in the UAE

    The UAE has recently updated residency and visa procedures. As per the UAE cabinet resolution issued on January 24, 2021, expatriate students can bring their families to the UAE and sponsor them. The new measure will further consolidate the country’s global position as a leading work overseas as well as a study overseas destination. In… Read More »

    Jan 29, 2021
  • Australia Immigration
    Over 12,000 take citizenship pledge on Australia Day

    More than 12,000 individuals were conferred the citizenship of Australia in various citizenship ceremonies held throughout the country on January 26, 2021. Each year, January 26 is commemorated as Australia Day. According to the Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Aff?airs Alex Hawke, “This Australia Day marks a momentous occasion for more than… Read More »

    Jan 28, 2021
  • BC PNP Tech Pilot Draw
    BC invites 81 with job offers in key tech occupations

    British Columbia in Canada has held its fourth draw of 2021. On January 26, 2021, another 81 have received invitations to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program [BC PNP]. As the latest BC PNP draw was a Tech Pilot draw, invitations issued went to Canada… Read More »

    Jan 27, 2021
  • Australia 189 Visa
    Australia’s subclass 189 visa processing time increases

    As per the Department of Home Affairs of the Australian government, the expected processing times for a Skilled Independent visa [subclass 189] is currently 24 months, that is, for 90% of the applications submitted. Around 75% of the Australian subclass visa can be expected to be processed within 20 months. Subclass 189 is an Australian… Read More »

    Jan 27, 2021
  • How to get your Canada PR Visa application banned
    How to get your Canada PR Visa application banned?

    Misrepresentation can have serious as well as far-reaching consequences for a Canada immigration candidate. By ‘misrepresentation’ is implied a false statement of fact – either deliberately or unknowingly – made by an individual that might affect the decision of the other. According to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada [IRCC], misrepresentation will be considered a serious… Read More »

    Jan 25, 2021
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