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UK: English Test for Migrants 0

UK: English Test for Migrants

Providers of tests for migrants applying under the points-based system or as partners If a migrant wants to enter or remain in the UK under the points-based system, or as the partner of a...

USA: How to get US Passort 0

USA: How to get US Passort

Passport Services US citizens are eligible to apply for a US passport.  Applying for a US passport is not mandatory, but necessary for those US citizens who wish to travel internationally.  Passports or other...

Australia: Strengthening through migration 0

Australia: Strengthening through migration

Australia”s settlement services are the backbone our of migration program and designed to support new migrants and refugees settle in the community, the Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Senator Kate Lundy, said today at the...

UK: Changes to the Immigration Rules 0

UK: Changes to the Immigration Rules

Changes to the Immigration Rules A written ministerial statement has been laid in Parliament today outlining a number of changes to the Immigration Rules. The changes amend the Immigration Rules further to the Supreme...

USA: EXTEND YOUR STAY 0

USA: EXTEND YOUR STAY

Extend Your Stay If you want to extend your stay in the United States, you must file a request with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on the Form I-539, Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant...

New Zealand: Visa-waiver countries 0

New Zealand: Visa-waiver countries

  People from some countries don”t need a visitor visa to enter New Zealand. However, they are still required to provide: travel tickets or evidence of onward travel arrangements, and evidence of funds for...

UK: New family visit visa appeal regulations 0

UK: New family visit visa appeal regulations

The government laid the Immigration Appeals (Family Visitor) Regulations 2012 in Parliament on 18 June 2012, which set out who qualifies for a full right of appeal against refusal of a visa to visit...