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Uncredited overseas credential? There are some things we can suggest

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One of the most frustrating things for someone who has achieved their accreditation in their home country is not being able to practise it when they move to a foreign country. Certainly, it’s not difficult to see an international worker in Canada toiling for something that’s totally unrelated to their university degree or their former profession

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Studying in Canada

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It’s only lately that entering Canada via the student route has become easier. Especially when the points-based system and Express Entry program was first introduced in 2015. Previously, it was stricter, and the premium put on international students wasn’t as high compared to skilled workers, which only made it harder for a student to get a job in the country and apply for permanent residency after graduation.

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'Remarkable year' propels Nova Scotia closer to its 2024 immigration target

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Last year, the province of Nova Scotia welcomed a total of 5,500 new immigrants. This number is the biggest in the last seven decades, said Immigration Minister Lena Diab, but there’s something about it that makes it more special for the people of Nova Scotia: the province is just 1,500 away from achieving its immigration target of 7,000 new permanent residents for 2024. And the year’s barely over.

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Report: London still a major favourite city amongst international students despite looming Brexit

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The city of London still managed to rank 3rd in the latest Best Student Cities report

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Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a British firm specialising in analysing the status and quality of education across the globe, said that the number of world-class universities in the city pulled it up the rankings.

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Everything You Need to Know About the Updated Tier 2 Shortage Occupation List

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The government of the United Kingdom has recently updated its Shortage Occupation List (SOL). There are currently over 30 jobs on it, which is a relief to many employers who need to hire foreign talents to realign their operations immediately. The great thing about hiring skilled employees through SOL is that employers don’t have to deal with bureaucratic hindrances typically involved in hiring foreign workers via the natural recruitment process.

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5 Things to Expect From UK Visas & Immigration in 2017

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There is no doubt that 2017 is a big year for UK immigration, especially after the Brexit result last year. The country is about to trigger Article 50, this upcoming March 2017 and this alone will bring many changes to the country’s visas & immigration sector. So, here's a look at some of the upcoming changes:

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UK SC: Income threshold to sponsor a spouse stands but rules need to safeguard children’s welfare

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On 9 July 2012, then Home Office Secretary Theresa May imposed a new regulation that would make it harder for British citizens to sponsor a spouse to live with them in the United Kingdom. The new ruling states that a sponsor must earn at least £18,600 for their application to deserve attention from the immigration bureau. The figure could potentially go up depending on various circumstances in case she/he wants to bring their child into the country.

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UK to introduce foreign talent acquisition fee to employers through a new skill charge system

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The government of the United Kingdom is planning to introduce a new incentive program to reduce local employers’ reliance on foreign talent.

According to the proposed plan, employers will have to pay a £1,000-a-year fee for every worker they acquire from outside Switzerland and the EU region. The new scheme called Immigration Skills Charge will begin implementation after successfully triggering Article 50 in April 2017. This means that a full visa would cost the employer a total of £3,000, since the Tier 2 (General) visa is typically issued for 3 years.

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4 Unique British Customs Every Immigrant Must Know

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There are a lot of recognisable things about the Brits. On top of the long list is the sexy accent. How about their exceptional style? Perhaps you’ve also noticed their penchant for tipping, as well as their preference for a more formal language embellished with adverbs even in the most mundane circumstances.

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Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) to face major overhaul

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The federal government is planning to introduce a few changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) after the budget deliberation in late February or early March.

The Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) allows local employers acquire foreign nationals for select temporary job posts. Several policymakers revealed that the plan seeks to strike a balance in the report submitted by The Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities in September. The 74-page report focused on 21 suggestions to improve the program.

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