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US may set tighter standards on cash for visas green card scheme

US may set tighter standards on cash for visas green card scheme
As reported by Fox News Latino, the US government could be tightening its standards on the so-called "cash for visas" green-card programme which was heavily criticised despite giving a positive boost to the local construction industry in many recession-hit markets. The programme, referred to as EB-5, offers wealthy foreigners...

Australian immigration sees rise in short stay visa applications

Australian immigration sees rise in short stay visa applications
As reported by Work Permit, the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship reported an increase in short-term business trips in 2011. New reports show that more than 120,000 applications were submitted for short stay business visas (456 subclass) during the last quarter of 2011. Any holder of the 456 subclass visa can remain in...

Australian Northern Territory welcomes migrants

Australian Northern Territory welcomes migrants
As reported by Australia Magazine, immigrants to Australia will be given a warm welcome in the country’s Northern Territory after the approval of a new agreement. The Chamber of Commerce of Australia’s Northern Territory claims that the new regional migration deal will be especially helpful for smaller businesses which lose workers over...

Rules changing for Brits emigrating to Haiti

Posted on February 1, 2012 in Visas
STORY LINK Rules changing for Brits emigrating to Haiti
Rules changing for Brits emigrating to Haiti
A law passed in 1978 will now be enforced in Haiti, with a potentially huge impact on British immigrants working on the island. The Ministry of the Interior has decided that any foreigners staying in Haiti for over 90 days will be obliged to seek a residence permit from the Directorate of Immigration and Emigration (DIE), and will be valid...