Quebec is a province located in eastern Canada, the largest in size and second only to Ontario in population. The name “Quebec” derives from the Algonquin word “kébec” which means where the river narrows – that was originally referred to the area around Quebec City where the Saint Lawrence River narrows to a cliff-lined gap.… Continue reading Immigration to Quebec – A Gateway to Great Life
New Zealand is doing wonders in education. This nation occupies an appreciable rank when it comes to the best overseas education destinations. In 2009, OECD ranked New Zealand as the 7th best country in science and engineering and 13th in mathematics that is really an appreciable figure if counted globally. New Zealand education system is… Continue reading Role of Study Immigration Consultants for New Zealand
Certain conditions are established by the Immigration and Nationality Act in the USA, which have to be met by the applicant before the required visa can be issued. There are some conditions or “Ineligibilities” which can render the immigrant ineligible for a green card or visa. These ineligible conditions are stated in the INA and… Continue reading Some Conditions That Could Make You Ineligible For a US Green Card or Visa
Some illnesses and diseases are checked when an applicant appears for the Immigration Medical Examination – diseases which could pose a threat to society at large are checked during the exam: The Green Card Medical is one of the mandatory steps in the entire process for the Green Card or visa. Only after one passes… Continue reading Admissibility And The Green Card Medical Examination
The ‘Happiest Country in the World’ (we are referring to none other than the Nordic Nation of Denmark), is also one of the wealthiest European nations. It is one of the few global economies that remained unaffected by the 2008 recession and the recent European Economic uncertainty. Apart from its amazingly beautiful landscapes, and very… Continue reading What Are the Top Benefits of Immigration to Denmark?
The so called Surinder Singh route (SSR) was established by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in the case R v Immigration Appeal Tribunal and Surinder Singh ex parte Secretary of State for the Home Department. The ruling relies on EU free movement law. Mr Singh was an Indian citizen who was married to a… Continue reading What Is Surinder Singh?
As a test to measure whether a green card applicant is eligible for the visa or not it is necessary and mandated by the authorities in the United States of America, to go in for what is called the Immigration Medical. This medical can only be conducted by medical professionals who are approved by either… Continue reading Eligibility For The Green Card Depends On The Green Card Medical Too!
Mumbai is not just a renowned city in India but abroad also. Strategically and picturesquely located in Maharashtra, in the Deccan, it enjoys world wide popularity for Bollywood and its multi-cultural ethnic lifestyle, among others. It is also famous for fulfilling the dreams of innumerable overseas immigration-motivated candidates from this part of the globe. Actually,… Continue reading Getting Mumbai Benefits of Immigration to Australia
America has it all; a president with, love him or hate him, global attention, and many of the most notable and breathtaking sights of the world. It is now a diverse combination of cultures, smells and flavours and this changes its identity in many ways. America is no longer the country it was and never… Continue reading Immigration – One World?