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  • How this student is coming to study ‘on-campus’ in Australia, despite COVID
    Study in Australia even with the Travel Ban

    Overseas students that plan on study overseas in Australia would have to wait for the international borders to re-open for temporary visa holders. As of now, an individual cannot come to Australia unless they are – [1] in an exempt category, or [2] have been granted an individual exemption from the current travel restrictions. While… Read More »

    Feb 27, 2021
  • New UK tech visa to launch for fintech workers
    UK Chancellor Plans New Visas for Financial Technology Workers

    In an attempt to boost the British economy, UK chancellor, Rishi Sunak, plans to introduce a new UK visa scheme for financial technology workers. The visa will be introduced in the next month’s budget. The scheme will help financial technology companies attract more global talent following Brexit. Professionals in the tech industry will be given… Read More »

    Feb 26, 2021
  • USA Grants Diversity Visa (DV-2020) Extensions Amid Legal Challenge
    USA Grants Diversity Visa (DV-2020) Extensions Amid Legal Challenge

    On 19 February, 2021, Amit Mehta, USDistrict Judge (United States District Court for the District of Columbia) ordered US visas granted under the 2020 Diversity Visa lottery to be extended by a further six months. Simply put, the rulingstates that all those who received or renewed visas in September 2020 and were facing expiration, their… Read More »

    Feb 26, 2021
  • Sudbury invites candidates through Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot
    Sudbury gives invitations to 11 candidates under the RNIP program

    The city of Sudbury in Northern Ontario has successful recommended 11 candidates in the first year of the launch of the Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP). The selected candidates and their families include a total of 25 members can now apply for Canada PR. The RNIP is aimed at bringing skilled workers from abroad… Read More »

    Feb 26, 2021
  • H-2B Cap Reached for Second Half of FY 2021
    USCIS has reached its H-2B cap for the second half of 2021

    The USCIS reported on February 12 that the number of beneficiaries who received petitions exceeded the number of remaining H-2B visas available for the second half of FY 2021. To follow the guidelines, the USCIS has decided to follow a computer-generated selection process through which there will be a fair and orderly allocation of H-2B… Read More »

    Feb 26, 2021
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