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Tips for Tokyo Immigration (or "Long time no see Counter B")

I have just 1 month left on my 3 year work visa, so I decided to make the big switch to a spousal visa. I’ve been here for 10 years now, and I have gone through most of the standard visas. 858 more words


27 February - Immigration Intelligence Digest

Following an extended absence, today sees the relaunch of the Immigration Intelligence curated digest of Australian and New Zealand immigration news. We’re playing around with the format at the moment, so expect some tweaking ahead. 83 more words

Asylum Seekers

Visa advice - from the USA Summer Camp team themselves!

So I was speaking to one of the USA Summer Camp team and she wrote me a visa advice page to go on the blog… So here it is… Thanks Lauren :) 276 more words



When I was 15 I went to Toronto for 4 weeks to learn English. It was brilliant, I had an amazing time and more than anything I learned a whole lot, not only about living abroad, but mainly about trusting myself and sticking to my guts. 293 more words



My top tip for applying for your visa and embassy appointment is a simple one… READ THE GUIDE!

USA Summer Camp provide a guide that works through every single section of the visa application and as long as you follow it you’ll get it filled out and sorted in no time. 204 more words


Dependent Spouses of Highly Skilled Immigrant Workers to Get Work Permits

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced a major immigration reform on Tuesday, allowing spouses of individuals on the H-1B visa (known as H-4 dependent spouses) to apply for work permits. 186 more words