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Sweden Plans to Tighten Requirements for Obtaining Citizenship

The government of Sweden plans to tighten citizenship rules, thus making the process of acquiring citizenship in this country more difficult. Recently, the government introduced a decision to overhaul the current system of acquiring citizenship, introducing an investigation into the ways it can most efficiently tighten these rules, reports. Swedish citizenship marks membership in Swedish society […]

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UK issues record number of work visas to fill staff shortages

A record 321,000 visas were issued for migrants to work in the UK in the year to June as employers scrambled to recruit from overseas amid ongoing labor shortages, according to official figures. The Home Office data showed how reliant the UK remains on foreign workers 2 1/2 years after the post-Brexit immigration regime came […]

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Family members of foreign nationals authorized to work in low-skilled occupations

Family members of foreign nationals authorized to work in low-skilled occupations (TEER 4 or 5) [R205(c)(ii) – C47 and C48] – Canadian interest – International Mobility Program In these instructions, “officer” refers to employees of both Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and the Canada Border Services Agency. The instructions on this page should be reviewed […]

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Finland wants 15,000 international students, 30,000 workers a year by 2030

Finland is looking to attract 15,000 international students a year by 2030 and increase the level of work-based migration to 30,000 per year. “The Finnish society is ageing; therefore, the country needs more young people to join the labour market,” Glenn Gassen, Director of Immigration Affairs, Helsinki, told TOI in an interview. “We see India […]

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