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UK visitor visas scrapped for Colombians

The UK ambassador to Colombia announced the news via Twitter on October 18. “It is obviously very welcome news that students…

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Martha’s Vineyard migrants could qualify for special victim of crimes visas

More than 40 immigrants who were flown to Martha’s Vineyard by Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis last month may receive…

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USA News

‘Blacklisted’ Afghan interpreters were disqualified from U.S. visas. Now they’re in hiding

WASHINGTON —  As an expert in explosive device removal, H.S. spent nearly three decades carefully cleaning up land mines and disabling…

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World

Indonesia examines visas to attract more digital nomads

Live Indonesia is trying to attract more so-called “digital nomads” to its tropical shores by offering a more flexible visa,…

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World

From visas to jobs: Australia’s migrant intake is increasing. Here’s what it means for workers

The Australian government has announced it will increase its annual migration intake by 35,000 places and invest $36 million into…

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Europe

Ukraine war: Nuclear safety, Putin in Kaliningrad, and Russian visas

UN nuclear inspectors to stay in Zaporizhzhia A UN inspection team arrived at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant Thursday on a…

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Education

CAS continues to be problem as Indians take top place in visas

Stakeholders have warned that students are likely to be left disappointed by being asked to defer their places if they…

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World

McGowan to push Albo on semi-skilled workers’ visas

Premier Mark McGowan will push for “semi-skilled” occupations experiencing critical shortages – such as truck drivers, drillers and child and…

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Education

USA issues less China student visas as interest declines

Some experts suggest, however, that the trend may only be short-term.  Analysis of recent US visa data by the Wall…

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World

John Howard warns Australia is failing stranded Afghans after overwhelming demand for visas

Former prime minister John Howard has warned Australia is failing tens of thousands of Afghans waiting for humanitarian visas to…

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