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Public sector could suffer from UK immigration cap

12:31 28/02/2011
A new survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) finds that many employers in the UK public sector are having a difficult time filling job openings due to more stringent...

UK Government clarifies upcoming immigration changes

12:46 22/02/2011
The UK Border Agency (UKBA) has provided further details of the changes that will take place in April 2011 which include a permanent immigration cap on skilled immigration, a new exceptional talent...

Australia helps Queensland reconstruction through immigration

18:24 31/01/2011
The Australian government will make it easier for employers to bring in temporary overseas workers to help with the reconstruction efforts in Queensland. Queensland was devastated by flooding in...

Australian mining industry needs skilled migrants

10:00 31/01/2011
Calls for increased skilled immigration are coming from Australia's mining industry as unemployment rates down under continue to fall. Goldfields Chamber of Mining and Energy is urging the federal...

United States reaches H-1B cap

18:06 28/01/2011
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced on 27 January 2011 that it received enough H-1B petitions for fiscal year 2011 to reach the annual cap of 65,000 visas...

United States H-1B visas about to run out

9:45 25/01/2011
If you wish to bring in skilled professional level workers with at least a bachelors degree to the United States , you should consider applying as soon as possible. As of 21 January 2011, there were...