Canada Skilled Worker Visa and Perils of Online Job Portals

Most of the job seekers begin their search for prospective employer on the internet. Employment search consulting firm provide an online job board which is not an effective tool for searching employment by candidates. Under the express entry immigration system used by Canada, online job board forms a major component. People who are seeking job […]

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Rise in Immigration Fees to USA

For an immigrant seeking US naturalization it has just got considerably more expensive. It has happened almost after a gap of 6 years, as a range of administrative fees for citizenship applications have been hiked by the Department of Homeland Security. The costs of some of the services have been doubled in few cases.

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Manitoba Announces New Immigration Strategy for 2017 and Beyond

WWICS – A new Labor Market Strategy has been released by the government of Manitoba for immigrating under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). In recent years, the province of Manitoba which is situated in central Canada has become one of the most preferred destinations for new immigrants, particularly due to abundant job opportunities and […]

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Donald Trump Faces Strong Opposition on His Immigration Plans

WWICS  – The new president elect of America, Donald Trump marches ahead with his transition process. The Latino communities in America are preparing for the worst that can happen to them, as the most anti-immigration administration take office in modern history. The new administration has chalked out plans of what it will try to achieve […]

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Donald Trump Can Use His Executive Powers to Implement Immigration Policies

When it comes to making the promised changes in immigration policy, President-elect Donald Trump does not need permission from anyone as he can exercise his executive powers, something for which he criticized President Barack Obama from using  WWICS . Without any doubt, President has the power to bring in the changes even without having legislative […]

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US Supreme Court Divided on Immigration

The US Supreme Court is divided on the issue of immigrants detained while deportation proceedings for more than six months by the US government should be able to seek their release or not. This dispute has taken up particular importance as the president elect; Donald Trump makes changes in immigration regulations, something which has put […]

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