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10 Aug 06

United States immigration courts face overhaul

United States immigration court judges will undergo periodic evaluations as part of a series of new measures aimed at reforming immigration reviews, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has announced.
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09 Aug 06

New Zealand's good living best found in Auckland

Fresh from seeing their city recognised as one of the best places in the world to live and work in, Auckland residents enjoy New Zealand's highest standard of living according to a new government survey.
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08 Aug 06

Australia tops for Brits looking to emigrate

One in four young Britons want to emigrate and Australia has come out as the destination of choice
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08 Aug 06

US may relax immigration rules for Cubans

The United States are considering relaxing immigration rules for a limited numbers of Cubans with the aim of reuniting families who still have relatives in America.
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03 Aug 06

GMTV: Australia needs you!

Thousands of viewers saw Visa Bureau clients Brian and Marcelle and their son Charlie on GMTV this morning talking about their new life Down Under.
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03 Aug 06

New Zealand rejecting high risk applicants

New Zealand rejected almost three times as many visa applications from 'high risk' countries over the last year compared to previous years, the Government has revealed.
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31 Jul 06

Advanced Degree H-1B visa cap met for America

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have announced that they have met the cap on next year's Advanced Degree H-1B visas.
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28 Jul 06

Investor visa costing New Zealand 'billions'

The New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment(NZAMI) has called for a change in policy for the Investor Visa category, after revealing current legislation could be costing the country billions.
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28 Jul 06

DNA testing playing bigger role in US family migration

US immigration officials are turning increasingly to the use of DNA testing to confirm potential immigrants are closely related to Citizens or permanent residents.
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26 Jul 06

New Zealand Working Holiday Scheme open to thousands more Americans

New Zealand is set to massively increase the number of young Americans eligible to take part in the Working Holiday Maker Scheme from 1,000 to 5,000.
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25 Jul 06

IT scarcity pushes up pay in Australia

The Australian (Fox News) is reporting that IBM is struggling to find 200 people to work on its $495 million Immigration Department contract, as are many companies that have technology contracts with the federal government.
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