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Global, US hospitality industry need workers

19:00 05/01/2006
A shrinking labor force is the number one challenge facing the global hospitality industry, according to the International Society of Hospitality Consultants, which recently convened to brainstorm...

New Zealand has new work permit policy for Samoa and PAC

15:49 05/01/2006
A new work permit policy came into effect on 19 December 2005 in New Zealand specifically for Samoans and Pacific Islanders. Under the new work permit policy, people from Samoa and the four Pacific...

Canada may phase out immigration landing fee

15:24 04/01/2006
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin is promising to phase out a hated immigration landing fee he imposed in 1995, his latest effort to gather support for his party among new Canadians. Martin now...

UK universities need foreign lecturers

9:38 04/01/2006
British universities are short of lecturers to teach maths, physics, chemistry and engineering, a report on the UK's academic workforce revealed. For the past 10 years, universities have been trying...

H-1B visas for Master's Degree grads disappearing fast

9:07 04/01/2006
The US' H-1B visas for Master's Degree graduates are disappearing fast, according to the latest update from US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), which says that just 1,364 visas are now...

A look at Germany's immigration law one year on

17:08 03/01/2006
When Germany's first immigration law went into effect on January 1, 2005, former Social Democrat Interior Minister Otto Schily hailed it as the most modern legislation on immigration in all of Europe...