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  • New York University
    New York University (NYU) issues a reminder on scams

    Founded by Albert Gallatin in 1831, New York University, or NYU as it is more commonly known, was established to provide practical and rational education “for all and graciously opened to all”. Today, NYU is one of the largest private universities in the U.S. NYU is among the 60 that make up the prestigious Association… Read More »

    Sep 17, 2019
  • US Department of state
    How to avoid Diversity Visa (DV) scams?

    Under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), Section 203(c), the United States has made provision for the induction of a certain class of immigrants from countries that have a comparatively low rate of immigration to the U.S. Known as “diversity immigrants”, such immigrants are distributed across six different geographic locations of the world. No single… Read More »

    Sep 14, 2019
  • UK Visa Scam
    U.K. Advisory on How to Report Visa Scams

    Visa and immigration on your mind? Proceed with caution. With the many websites claiming to be official, but doing less-than-official work, it does pay to be cautious. The general rule of thumb in this regard would probably be to stay away from all websites that are not the official Government websites. Phishing, or sending emails… Read More »

    Sep 10, 2019
  • Man Arrested
    Visa scam has Ambala man duped of INR 35 lakhs

    Going abroad is a dream for many in India. With the many visa and immigration consultants proliferating all over India, it is indeed hard to sift the honest from the fraudulent. Many a times, schemes that guarantee your being sent abroad in no time whatsoever, are simply visa scams. One such case was reported recently… Read More »

    Sep 10, 2019
  • Marriage Visa Scam
    Australia busts fake marriage for visa scam

    Chaloey Mousner, an Australian woman, married Siddhartha Sharma, an Indian man, on 13th February 2015. They were married at a small, intimate ceremony at his parents’ home in Blacktown. The couple got their wedding certificate and also clicked photos at their wedding. They then went to the nearest Commonwealth Bank to open a joint bank… Read More »

    Sep 9, 2019
  • visa fraud
    Tips for detecting a Visa Fraud

    Travelling overseas, though exciting and full of possibilities, also comes with its own share of issues. With many people travelling abroad for different reasons – study overseas, migrate overseas, work overseas, invest overseas, and work overseas – there has been an increasing demand for visas globally. With the need for visas growing at an unprecedented… Read More »

    Sep 5, 2019
  • UAE
    How to avoid labour and visa fraud while going to the UAE?

    Many a time, people who go to the UAE for various purposes like work, investment, visit etc get exposed to visa fraud. However, following certain useful tips could help you avoid any labour or visa frauds. Here is how to avoid labour and visa fraud while going to the UAE: A valid job offer letter… Read More »

    Sep 3, 2019
  • Visa Rejected
    Common Visa Scams to watch out for

    Visa applicants are often the target of scams. Worldwide, an increasing number of people are going abroad for different reasons – migration, study overseas, job overseas, investment purposes, or simply visiting relatives or for tourism. With so many people country-hopping, there is also a corresponding huge demand for the relevant visas. Many of the people… Read More »

    Aug 31, 2019
  • Student Visa
    Red Flags to spot Student Visa scams

    Canadian study permits are much in demand. Registering an impressive 40% jump, the total number of study permits issued by Canada in 2018 was 358,190. In 2015, the number was 219,195. With so many people coming to Canada on a study permit, there is much scope for the so-called ‘recruiters’ for indulging in dishonest dealings.… Read More »

    Aug 30, 2019
  • India wesbistes
    Beware of Fake Indian Visa Websites

    Technology, though an integral part of our lives, can at times also lead to needless complications. With everything a click of the mouse button away, going online for almost anything is the norm of the day. The visa and immigration process have also undergone a transformation in the digital age. Nevertheless, much can be said… Read More »

    Aug 30, 2019
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