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UK Conservative party might lose votes due to its immigration policy

Posted on Apr 22, 2014 in Europe | Viewed 0 times

The UK Conservative Party might lose some of its popularity during the next election due to the fact that its immigration policy is not popular among immigrant voters. According to the national newspaper Guardian the fact that British Citizens that belong to ethnic minorities do not support the Conservative Party might have unintended...

Most of the new immigrants in Australia are happy with their life

Posted on Apr 16, 2014 in Australia | Viewed 7 times

Most of the time newly arrive immigrants in Australia are happy with their new life, but from time to time there are occasional racism and discrimination. The latest Mapping Social Cohesion Research report, which is Australia’s largest study of attitudes to immigration and cultural diversity focuses on skilled and highly educated immigrants who...

Australia Broadcasting Corporation is ranked as Australia’s best employer

Posted on Apr 15, 2014 in Australia | Viewed 5 times

Australian Broadcasting Corporation has been named as a top employer in Australia according to the annual Randstadt awards. It has been followed by Virgin Australia and the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. The purpose of the survey is to give a better idea of those people who want to live and work in Australia, which companies...

Canada will introduce new recruitment system for prospective immigrants

Posted on Apr 14, 2014 in Canadian Immigration | Viewed 2 times

The Canadian immigration minister Chris Alexander has announced that the country will introduce new active immigration recruitment system that will be known as “Express entry” and will be similar to the Australian skill select scheme. The work towards implementation of the new system began during the time of the previous Immigration minister –...

UK will prevent foreigners from claiming benefits

Posted on Apr 11, 2014 in United Kingdom | Viewed 6 times

From the Beginning of July all EU immigrants that come to UK will not be able to claim benefits for their first three months in the country. Additionally all job seekers, who do not speak fluent English will need to attend language lessons or lose their rights to obtain benefits. This announcement is in line with the current UK government policy...

Aggressive immigration debate harms UK soft power worldwide

Posted on Apr 10, 2014 in United Kingdom | Viewed 4 times

  A new report by a parliamentary committee, has warned the ruling coalition that the new immigration policies are harming the country’s standing in the world. A report from the Select Committee on Soft Power says that changes to the Tier 4 student visa in particular are damaging the UK’s reputation. In addition to that the aggressive...

Migration council Australia recommends 457 visa price increase

Posted on Apr 9, 2014 in Migration News | Viewed 5 times

The Migration council Australia has published a new report in which it is recommended that the price of 457 visa to be increased. The news about the 457 visa have dominated the Australian immigration discourse as the Labour Party claims the abuse of the temporary visa program that is known as rorting must be reduced. The visa is intended to fill...

Australian Immigration department will not give free advice for illegal immigrants

Posted on Apr 8, 2014 in Australia | Viewed 3 times

The Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship has announced that it will end taxpayer funded immigration advice for people, who come illegally in the country on boats. This move is part of a broader campaign which aims to reduce the number of illegal immigrants in Australia and is expected to save at least 100 million Australian...

Germany might expel jobless EU immigrants

Posted on Apr 7, 2014 in Europe | Viewed 3 times

The German government has plans according to which jobless immigrants will be sent to their home even if the come from EU and despite the fact those EU citizens have the right to freely move and work within the boundaries of the Union. According to a draft of a government report the unemployed EU citizens do not have the right to stay in the...

Australia and Poland will sign a Work and Holiday Visa agreement

Posted on Apr 4, 2014 in Australia | Viewed 5 times

Young people from Australia and Poland will soon have the option to work in each others countries with the signing of a reciprocal Work and Holiday Visa agreement. The agreement was made in Warsaw and the Australian minister of foreign affairs – Julie Bishop commented that it represents the growing importance of the relationships between the both...

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