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DHS Proposed Rule to Bring International Entrepreneurs to US

Today, the Department of Homeland Security proposed a Rule directed at International Entrepreneurs. The proposed Rule is to help the U.S. “economy grow by expanding immigration options for foreign entrepreneurs who meet certain criteria for creating jobs, attracting investment and generating revenue in the U.S.” The proposed Rule plans to provide entrepreneurs an initial stay of up to two years to oversee and grow their startup entity in the United States.  17 more words

Singapore PRs wanting their cake and eat it too

One thing I really hate is the fact that that some PRs do not want to serve NS. So I will just leave this here, a screenshot I got from a local forum. 20 more words


The Analysis - Paralysis

The Analysis – Paralysis…

The clear thought process of opting for a permanent solution for a visa helped to determine the next steps. I strongly felt that the thought process step is very critical for the successful journey ahead. 1,277 more words

Australia PR Process

Hire an Immigration Consultant to Get Australian Immigration Easily

One of the best countries for those who are looking better working opportunities is the Australia. With multiple immigration programs, Australia seems to be an ideal place to work and live. 279 more words

Australia Immigration And Visa

Permanent Residency Decision Made

Good news! My wife’s permanent residency has been approved. Well, they still have to do the final assessment by an immigration officer, but it’s basically been approved. 60 more words


Do I qualify to immigrate to Canada as a Skilled professional?

Canada is known to us all to be a country of liberty, equal opportunities and perhaps a welcoming country which is appealing and attracts skilled professionals across the diaspora due to its low population size (about 36 million residents as of 2015) so it becomes inevitable that there is a keen interest to welcoming new residents. 227 more words


FBI blackmailing immigrants

I’ve been skeptical of BuzzFeed in the past, but once in a while they really nail it. Case in point: a January 28 story about… 573 more words