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Hillary's Version of "Tough Vetting"

Hillary says she is a long time advocate for tough vetting…

Really?! Since when?!  As Secretary of State, isn’t she the one person who could have done something about that?! 137 more words

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Traveling while African and trying to appease the visa gods

I had spent close to a week in Bangladesh presenting and participating in the Dhaka Literature Festival in November 2015. After the trip I took a few days off to tour Singapore and Malaysia—both of which I fortunately did not require a visa in advance. 1,480 more words

Australian Working Holiday: Intro

In early 2015 me and my friend went travelling for 5 weeks up the East coast of Australia and absolutely loved it. While we were away I constantly messaged Jaimie and told him about all the incredible places we visited, not long after getting home we decided to start saving up to do a 12 month working holiday there. 322 more words


Pathway Visas – A Reputable Full-Service Immigration Company You Can Trust – thewebexaminer

Relocating can be a very stressful experience. Hence, Pathway Visas are there to help you through every step of the process. About Pathway Visas To become the most trusted and preferred immigration services company in the GCC is the ultimate goal of Pathway Visas. 16 more words

Event: Post study work visa options, 5th October 2016

Target audience: all international students considering work in the UK after graduation

Want to know more about post-study work visa options? Then come along to this informative talk from Sarah Woods, International Student Adviser in the Students’ Union Advice Centre. 10 more words

BREAKING NEWS: USCIS will allow the use of the Date for Filing in the October, 2016 Visa Bulletin

USCIS, for the first time in almost a year, has agreed that the Date for Filing, as opposed to the Final Action Date, can be used for the October Visa Bulletin.   148 more words


Immigration Tips

By John E. Exner IV

10 tips to prepare for the most frequent immigration scenarios faced by startups:

  1. If the company will be owned, in-whole or in-part by a foreign investor, immigration planning should start as early as possible – even before the company is established.
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