Politique migratoire pour les étudiants
05 décembre 2019

Dream could be deferred for Rhodes scholar

By Patrick Atack. A US Rhodes scholar has voiced concerns over his re-entry to the United States after a period of study at the University of Oxford, due to his precarious immigration status. More...

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02 décembre 2019

The H1-B visa: Are the winds of change blowing in DC?

By Beckie Smith. How do you solve a problem like H-1B? This is a puzzle employers, politicians and educators in the US have been trying to solve. In recent years, US Citizenship and Immigration Services have received enough visa applications to fill every slot in the lottery within just a few days. In FY18, there were 199,000 applications to fill 85,000 places. More...

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31 octobre 2019

Australia’s temporary graduate visa attracts international students, but many find it hard to get work in their field

The ConversationThe number of international students who stay in Australia after graduating on the temporary graduate visa – often referred to as the 485 visa – is growing fast. There were nearly 92,000 temporary graduate visa holders in Australia as of June, 2019. That’s up from from around 71,000 in June 2018 – a 29% increase. More...

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27 octobre 2019

Iranian Students Report Last-Minute Visa Revocations

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. At least a dozen Iranian students who were headed to U.S. universities to start graduate programs in engineering and computer science say their visas were revoked at the last minute, The New York Times reported. More...

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‘Hope Is the Thing With Feathers’

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. A Palestinian refugee student who was initially denied entry to the U.S. to attend Harvard University came here with the help of the Hope Fund. The program is helping more than 50 Palestinian students attend U.S. colleges this year. More...

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06 octobre 2019

Le Brésil s’ouvre aux visas «vacances-travail»

Après avoir connu un grand succès notamment en Australie et au Canada, ce programme qui permet d’alterner petits jobs et découverte culturelle, s’ouvre enfin au plus grand pays d’Amérique du Sud. Plus...

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États-Unis: l’étudiant palestinien refoulé à l’aéroport a finalement pu entrer à Harvard

Le 23 août dernier, à son arrivée aux États-Unis, un jeune palestinien s’était vu révoquer son visa. Finalement, il a pu faire sa rentrée à l’université d’Harvard mardi. Plus...

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21 septembre 2019

US academic given two weeks to leave UK after eight years

The GuardianVisa system for researchers is hostile and costly and risks jamming a pipeline of talent, universities warn. More...

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15 septembre 2019

Student visa rethink aims to please both business and Brexiters

The GuardianOn the roadmap to post-Brexit Britain, Boris Johnson offering overseas students more time to find a job in the country after they graduate attempts to hit on a compromise: between the demands of business to attract workers and the demands of many Brexit voters for migration to fall. More...

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UK work visas for foreign students: all you need to know

The GuardianInternational students at British universities are to be allowed to stay in the UK for two years after graduating, compared with four months currently. More...

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