Indian Embassies Issue Advisory Against Fake Calls
Indian embassies in some countries have issued notices against calls from fraudsters claiming to be representing immigration authorities.
UK Needs Change in Visa Policy, London Mayor Says in Mumbai
The British government made a "big mistake" in changing its visa policy, Sadiq Khan said during his India visit.
Number of Indian Students Rises in U.K.
China, United States and India accounted for over half of the study-related visas granted in the year ending September 2017.
Immigrants Fear U.S. Census Data Can be Used Against Them
Census Bureau officials are concerned that falsified data would affect the accuracy of the figures.
5,000 Indian, Filipino Nurses to be Employed in UK
A fresh batch of 5,500 nurses will be hired from India and Philippines to plug in the staff shortage in NHS.
Surinamese Envoy Remembers Indian Ancestors at Suriname Ghat in Kolkata
About 145 years after the first ship set sail from Kolkata, Surinamese ambassador Aashna Kanhai gets nostalgic about her ancestors who left India.
British MP Calls For ‘Vindaloo Visa’ To Tide Over Curry Crisis
A temporary visa, valid for one year, is needed to save UK’s “favorite cuisine,” Liberal Democrat MP Sir Vince Cable said.
Harvard’s Admission Policies Under U.S. Justice Department’s Scanner
The investigation comes following a civil suit stating that the university discriminates against Asian Americans.
Temporary Workers Face Wage Theft, Poor Working Conditions in Australia: Survey
Backpackers and international students suffer exploitation across a cross section of jobs in Australia, a recent study shows.
Qatar Approves Medical Check-up, Biometric Recording in Expats’ Home Countries
In the first phase, workers from eight countries will be able to complete required documents and tests in their home country.