Politique migratoire pour les étudiants
22 avril 2019

Free universal education? Not if your parents are on a 457 visa

The ConversationLast week Western Australian state treasurer Troy Buswell announced as part of his budget that any temporary 457 visa holders would be charged A$4,000 a year to send each child to state schools. More...

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21 avril 2019

Business Briefing: breaking down the 457 visa myths

The ConversationLabor and the Coalition government are suggesting changes to the 457 visa workers scheme to ensure these workers aren’t taking jobs that would otherwise be filled by Australians. More...

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20 avril 2019

Report: BDS Co-Founder Barred From Entering U.S.

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. The U.S. is said to have denied entry to Omar Barghouti, a co-founder of movement to impose boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) on Israel, National Public Radio reported. Among other planned stops on his U.S. trip, Barghouti had planned to speak at Harvard and New York Universities. More...

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05 avril 2019

Visa extension to boost numbers of overseas students in UK after Brexit

The GuardianInternational students will be given visa extensions of up to a year to look for work in the UK as part of a package of government measures to boost numbers of overseas students after Brexit. More...

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02 avril 2019

Conference Visa Woes… in Canada

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. Some have suggested moving academic conferences to Canada to get around U.S. visa policies that, among other things, bar individuals from a group of Muslim-majority countries from entering the country. But when it comes to visa problems, holding an academic conference in Canada isn’t a panacea. More...

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02 mars 2019

Final Rule Changes H-1B Visa Lottery Process

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. A final rule published in the Federal Register today changes the lottery for H-1B skilled worker visas to give more of an advantage to graduates of advanced degree programs at U.S. universities. H-1Bs are a popular route for international students who want to stay in the U.S. to work after graduation, but demand for the visas regularly exceeds supply. More...

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13 février 2019

US-Turkey non-immigrant visas resume

By Kerrie Kennedy. The US embassy in Turkey has resumed normal visa services for Turkish citizens, including student visas. It said Turkish authorities had adhered to assurances that no local staff would be detained or arrested for performing their duties. More...

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Ireland strengthens education links with Middle East

By Kerrie Kennedy. Students from the United Arab Emirates are able to travel to Ireland without a visa following the easing of travel restrictions to boost trade, tourism and business relationships between the two countries. More...

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Possible limit on Chinese visas “devastating”

By Kerrie Kennedy. The Trump administration is considering placing visa restrictions on Chinese students coming to the US and ending a program that allows frequent travellers to obtain visas that last 10 years – a move that has been described by CEO of NAFSA Esther Brimmer as potentially “devastating”. More...

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USCIS suspends fast track H-1B visa petitions to clear backlog

By Kerrie Kennedy. US Citizenship and Immigration Services has temporarily suspended fast-track H-1B visa petitions in a bid to address a backlog and lengthy processing times. More...

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