Immigration Central | EURES: 3.9 million jobs available in Europe for immigrants
With Europe reeling under severe shortage of workforce, this is the time to look for a job there.
Travel in the footsteps of Adam Smith in his tercentenary year
Adam Smith was born in 1723 in Kirkcaldy, a small port in Scotland. He attended university at Glasgow and Oxford, and then lived in Edinburgh till his death in 1790.
Immigration Series: Germany proposes easier, shorter path to citizenship
The German interior ministry has published the new citizenship rules, which if passed in the German Parliament will include shorter residency duration and more lenient language requirements, and provision for dual citizenship.
Immigration Central: New Zealand’s revised Partner of a Worker Work Visa will be effective from May 31
New Zealand has revised conditions for work visa of those who wish to accompany or visit their partner who holds an Accredited Employer Work Visa or Essential Skills Work Visa.
Immigration Central: Is EB-5, not H1-B, the quickest ticket to the US permanent residency?
Amid layoffs and dwindling job market, the US is seeing a sudden surge in enquiries for the EB-5 visa, around 150 enquiries per day. Within the EB-5 visa procedure, is EB-5 Regional Center Program the fastest route to a Green Card?
Heading to Paris for the French Open? Remember these dos and don’ts
With the French Open next week and Summer Olympics coming up next year, here's what you need to know about travelling in the French Capital.
National Endangered Species Day | Kashmiri Red Stag and 12 more endangered animals and plants of India
From the Snow Leopard in Ladakh to the Nilgiri Tahr in the Western Ghats and the Malabar civet which hasn't been spotted in the last 50 years, a look at some of India's most endangered animal and plant species.
Mahadayi water sharing case: Why Goans are forming a 7km human chain along the river today
On May 20, thousands of Goans will form a human prayer chain along the Mandovi (Mhadei) river to spread awareness about the protection of the river, the lifeline of Goa’s ecosystem,
Immigration Central: Canada to deport 700 Indian students due to fake admission letters
With 700 Indian students facing deportation from Canada due to fake admission letters, the focus is back on the dos and don’ts of choosing the right Immigration consultant and avoiding fraud
Immigration Central | Malta’s Startup Residence Scheme to welcome third-country entrepreneurs
Startup founders, co-founders, the core employees and their immediate family members are eligible to acquire residency permits under Malta’s new Startup Residence Scheme.
Beginnings of a legend: Sachin Tendulkar’s 1989/90 debut Test series teammates share memories
Sachin Tendulkar made his India Test debut in November 1989. Thirty-four years later, teammates Arshad Ayub and WV Raman remember Tendulkar's fearlessness, sense of humour.
Immigration Central: Indians get highest number of Irish Employment Permits in Q1 of 2023
Know all about the various Irish Employment Permit categories
US tourist visa and student visa to get costlier from May 30
Plus, Australia to issue 4-year visas to 1,800 Indian chefs and yoga teachers; Immigration New Zealand allows 2021 Interim Visa holders to request a new interim visa; and UAE adds a Golden Visa platform.
World Health Day 2023 | Personalized medicine and the future of diagnostics and drug therapy
Initiatives like the Human Genome Project and the Genome India Project will help scientists map the prevalence of disease in a population cohort, and to strategize for better outcomes.
Immigration Central: Denmark eases study, work, residence rules from April 1
With amendments to the Danish Aliens Act, it is now easier for foreigners to study in Denmark, work in Denmark and get residence permits to live in Denmark.
Immigration News: US to allow tourist/business visa holders to apply for jobs
Plus, Denmark sees 73 percent increase in workers from India, Indians can now get a single-entry 30-day visa-on-arrival for Egypt, and changes to German Skilled Immigration Act have been approved.
50 years of Project Tiger | Remembering Kailash Sankhala, first director of Project Tiger
Kailash Sankhala joined the Indian Forest Service in 1953. For two decades, he managed wildlife sanctuaries including Sariska, Bharatpur, Banvihar, and Ranthambore, and even had a stint at the Delhi Zoo.
Paris 2024 Olympic Games looking for 45,000 volunteers. Online application open until May 3
Paris is looking for 45,000 volunteers for the 2024 Summer Olympics (July 26-August 11) and Paralympic Games (August 28-September 8). Online application submissions close on May 3.
Immigration news: Golden Visa for Greece to get more expensive from May 1
From May 1, 2023, Greece will double the real estate investment requirement in select locations for its Golden Visa Program.
Immigration news: Canada extends post-graduation work permit for up to 18 months
From April 6, 2023, international graduates whose Canadian post-graduation work permit (PGWP) has expired or is going to expire soon can apply for an extension of up to 18 months.
Immigration Central | Will the US issue work permits to those waiting for Green Card? Albania ends Golden Visa, Slovenia to amend Aliens Act
The UK is toying with the idea of cutting short the post-study duration after graduation to six months; in the next three years, Canada will welcome more than 1.45 million new immigrants.
Women’s Day 2023: Bullet-proof fabric, and 19 more cool inventions by women
Windshield wiper, disposable diapers, aquarium, Word processor, ironing board – all these and several other everyday things were invented by women. On Women’s Day, let’s remember these inventors.
Immigration news: US to issue student visa a year in advance; introduces premium processing for STEM applicants
Plus, foreign nationals who have held a valid Canadian work permit in the past 12 months can get interim work authorization to start working for their new employer before their fresh work permit application is finalized.
Proposed amendment will allow skilled workers to go to Germany without a job in hand
During his visit to India from February 25-26, 2023, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said the new system would also open up Germany for those “who do not have a signed work contract but come with a lot of talent and skills”.
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