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Business Urges to Loosen Denmark Immigration Laws!

Forthcoming election of Denmark has flicker a new immigration debate in the country among political parties and business people. The election campaigns are expected to flash stringent immigration policies as a key issue by political parties.

Major businesses of Danish land are urging to loosen immigration policies and regulations especially in hiring overseas skilled workers. Majority of businesses find it difficult to cope with current immigration and visa laws which are highly restrictive in offering jobs to foreign employees.

According to surveys, six out of ten big business houses are in dearth situation and compelled to attract overseas workers within a period of three years. It is a looming situation for large businesses and must be resolved soon to survive the business. But the current restrictive immigration regulations make it difficult for them to attract abroad skilled labors to Denmark.

The ruling party is advocating more restrictive and stringent immigration rules and regulation that has created a huge stir among opposition parties. Opposition parties are eying on to ride on the fruitful immigration issue in impending election.

Big corporate houses have criticized the ruling party over immigration issues which are backed by the Confederation of Danish Industry. Managing director of Danish Industry said that it is vital to improve immigration policies to ease businesses to attract abroad workers. He further added that if this problem persists and businesses find it difficult to invite skilled labors to Denmark then they will be left with a decision to move their operations in any other country.

Let’s hope the new election will gives us outcome as smoother immigration policies and increased skilled immigration quota. For more details on migration to Denmark contact our nearest office in your city or mail your resume to ajay@abhinav.com

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Strict Immigration Laws of Denmark Going to be More Stringent!

Denmark government is set to impose more stringent immigration laws on visa applicants to restrict immigration. Riding on the reports revealing that 10 billion US dollars have been saved due to stricter immigration rules, the Danish People’s Party is willing to tougher the immigration laws of Denmark.

Denmark already has one the most restrictive immigration rules in Europe. And further stringent rules will surely hamper the nation’s image on international front, predicted by economists and opposition. The stringent immigration rules have slashed the flow of Denmark migrants in recent years. Ruling government is overjoyed with the effect of the immigration restriction as it was a matter of protest by opposition. According to reports Denmark economy has been feed up by billions of savings over the past ten years and these savings had been provided for social benefits such as housing and rest welfares of citizens.

The figures show that immigrants from non-western nations migrated to Denmark have cost the €2.3 billions of funds, whereas migrants from western nations have contributed to Denmark €295 million.

These reports had flickered fury among opposition and they are dismissing these reports as undignified and discriminatory. Opposition parties said that a certain group or ethnicity of people cannot be denounced or blamed for our economic shortfall. They added it is obnoxious to classify immigrants on behalf of their worth to the economy and it is shameful in a democracy contradicting basic right of human equality. The forthcoming elections of Denmark will surely have a decisive role and effect considering immigrants and immigration laws. Citing the more hurdles in the near future brace yourself or apply for Denmark before any stringent law change.

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Holders of Visas Under Granted under Talent (Arts, Culture and Sports) Work Instructions- Residence for Work Category!

Foreign nationals holding work visas under New Zealand’s Talent (Arts, Culture and Sports) work instructions may be eligible to be granted with a NZ resident visa, if they satisfy the following:

  • If the foreign nationals have possessed a work visa under the Talent (Arts, Culture and Sports) work instructions for a period of at least 2 years; AND
  • During the time when their work visa is valid, they have been actively engaged in their declared field of art, culture or sport throughout a period of 2 years in the Kiwi country; AND
  • They are still notable in that declared field of art, culture or sport; AND
  • Their further presence in the Kiwi country will do good for that field of art, culture or sport; AND
  • They are supported by a reputable Kiwi organization in their declared field; AND
  • They are backed by an acceptable sponsor; AND
  • They meet all health and character requirements

A residence class visa applicant must be in the kiwi country at the time he/she file the application.

If you are interested in applying for a residence permit to New Zealand, mail following information ASAP at ajay@abhinav.com for a free of charge assessment by Ajay Sharma, principal consultant, ABHINAV.

  • Your updated resume if skilled professional, or if businessmen, then brief on business profile along with information on your current personal net worth.
  • If married, provide the resume for your spouse as well.
  • If applicable, please provide information on children and their age.
  • Information on any blood relatives residing in New Zealand. This is not a compulsory requirement to qualify for immigration to New Zealand, but serves as additional positive assessment and suitability factor.

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Holders of Visas Granted under the Long Term Skill Shortage List Work Instructions- Residence from Work Category!

Holders of work visas issued under New Zealand’s long term skill shortage list work instructions can be granted a resident visa if they meet the following requirements:

  • The applicants must have possessed a work visa issued under the long term skill shortage list work instructions for a period of at least 2 years; AND
  • They must have employment with a minimum base salary of 45,000 NZ Dollars per year, which can either be in an occupation that was on New Zealand’s Long Term Skill Shortage List at the time when they were granted a work visa under the long term skill shortage list work instructions; OR in an occupation that is on the long term skill shortage list at the time their petition for a resident visa is filed; AND
  • They must be aged 55-year-old or under; AND
  • They must hold full/provisional registration, in case the occupation in which they are engaged requires registration to practice the same in the Kiwi country; AND
  • They must meet health and character requirements.

If you are interested in applying for a residence permit to New Zealand, mail following information ASAP at ajay@abhinav.com for a free immigration assessment by Ajay Sharma, principal consultant, ABHINAV.

  • Your updated resume if skilled professional, or if businessmen, then brief on business profile along with information on your current personal net worth.
  • If married, provide the resume for your spouse as well.
  • If applicable, please provide information on children and their age.
  • Information on any blood relatives residing in New Zealand. This is not a compulsory requirement to qualify for immigration to New Zealand, but serves as additional positive assessment and suitability factor.

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Employment Requirements for Individuals Holding Visa under Long Term Skill Shortage List Work Instructions- Residence from Work Category!

It is apparent that foreign nationals applying for NZ residence who have work visa granted under the country’s Long Term Skill Shortage list work instructions do have employment in the Kiwi country. In order to be able to apply for NZ residence must meet certain employment requirements. Let us have a look at them:

  • The employment must be in the Kiwi land; AND
  • The employment must be full-time which amounts to at least 30 hours per week; AND
  • The employment must be ongoing- permanent/indefinite/ for a stated term of at least 1 year with an option for the employee of further terms; AND
  • The employment must be genuine; AND
  • The employment must be in compliance with all relevant employment law in force in the Kiwi country.

Evidential requirements

  • Documents to support that the applicant has been engaged or employed in the Kiwi country for minimum 2 years in an occupation, included on the country’s long term skill shortage list. The declared occupation must be on the list at the time the applicant was granted a visa under the long term skill shortage list work instructions; AND
  • Evidential documents of the kiwi employment that satisfies all the requirements set out by INZ; AND
  • Evidence of full/ provisional registration, in case the applicant required registration to practice in the declared occupation in New Zealand.

If you are interested in applying for a residence permit to New Zealand, mail following information ASAP at ajay@abhinav.com for a free of charge assessment by Ajay Sharma, principal consultant, ABHINAV.

Your updated resume if skilled professional, or if businessmen, then brief on business profile along with information on your current personal net worth.
If married, provide the resume for your spouse as well.
If applicable, please provide information on children and their age.
Information on any blood relatives residing in New Zealand. This is not a compulsory requirement to qualify for immigration to New Zealand, but serves as additional positive assessment and suitability factor.

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Reputable NZ Organization and acceptable Sponsor- Residence from Work Category!

For a foreign national who has a work visa granted under New Zealand Talent (Arts, Culture and Sports) work instructions can apply for residence in the Kiwi country under the Residence from Work Category. For this matter, the applicant has to be supported by a NZ organization of national repute in their declared work field and must have an acceptable sponsor, being two of the requirements to be met.

  • The applicant must provide evidence in order to support the fact that he is supported by a notable Kiwi organization in his work declared field of art, culture or sport along with the NZ resident visa application.
  • The applicant must also provide evidence of sponsorship by an acceptable sponsor. For this, he has to provide a completed Talent (Arts, Culture and Sports) Sponsorship Form along with the petition for the NZ resident visa.
  • The sponsorship form must be enclosed with a statement of support for the Kiwi resident visa application from a notable organization in the applicant’s declared field of work; AND
  • Besides, the reasons for which the organization considers that the applicant’s presence in the Kiwi country will continue to contribute significantly to the declared field; AND
  • A written undertaking of sponsorship is also required from an acceptable sponsor (natural person/organization/government agency).

If you are interested in applying for a residence permit to New Zealand, mail following information ASAP at ajay@abhinav.com for a free immigration assessment by Ajay Sharma, principal consultant, ABHINAV.

  • Your updated resume if skilled professional, or if businessmen, then brief on business profile along with information on your current personal net worth.
  • If married, provide the resume for your spouse as well.
  • If applicable, please provide information on children and their age.
  • Information on any blood relatives residing in New Zealand. This is not a compulsory requirement to qualify for immigration to New Zealand, but serves as additional positive assessment and suitability factor.

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Canadian Experience Class- An Overview!

Having a Canadian qualification or work experience makes you eligible to access the Canadian Experience Class migration program. In other words, if you are an international student or a temporary foreign worker in Canada, CEC is the ideal route for you to obtain permanent residence in the North American country.

Canadian Experience Class is a special immigration program that facilitates immigrants with experience living in Canada through work permits and study permits, which helped them develop the familiarity with the Canadian community to make a transition from temporary status to permanent residence in the country.

Both international students and temporary foreign workers are required to meet certain prerequisites before they could switch to permanent status from temporary residence. Let us have a look at them:

  • International Students with work experience: those who fall under this category must comply with the following requirements:
  1. Students must have successfully finished a study program of minimum duration of 2 academic years at a Canadian post-secondary educational institution; AND
  2. They must have minimum 1 year of full-time Canadian work experience (skilled/professional/technical); AND
  3. They must have proficiency in English or French, which basically depends on the skill level of the occupations they engaged in
  • Temporary foreign workers: Below are the requirements temporary workers in Canada must meet:
  1. Temporary foreign workers must have minimum 2 years of full-time Canadian skilled work experience within the last 3-year period; AND
  2. As per the skill level of their occupations, they must have adequate level of language proficiency in English or French.

Ideally foreign nationals apply for permanent residency under the Canadian Experience Class while they are in Canada; however, it is also possible for people to apply for it even after leaving the country. For this, they must lodge their petitions within 1 year of leaving their jobs in Canada.

Learn about Canadian immigration in detail from an immigration and visa consultant. You can send your updated profile for free-of-charge immigration assessment to ajay@abhinav.com

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Alberta Temporary Tradespersons Can Apply for PR with Government!

For the year 2011, the Canadian province of Alberta is entitled to nominate a total of 5,000 foreign tradespersons, who are already working temporarily in the province, for permanent residency. But, the best part of this procedure is that this year skilled temporary workers who are engaged in Alberta’s optional trades are able to apply for PR to the Alberta government themselves rather than applying with their respective employers.

For the running year Canada’s federal government has allocated a limit of 5,000 people to be allowed permanent residence in Alberta. While meeting the cap, the Canadian province would focus on nominating skilled workers who are already working in permanent jobs; people with Canadian job offers; and the ones with the skills and qualifications in designated occupations that are currently in demand in the province.

Alberta currently has a total of 50 designated trade occupations; out of which 31 are optional trades and remaining 19 are compulsory. Optional trades include occupations like tile setter; cabinetmaker; roofer; and concrete finisher, while compulsory trade occupations comprise gasfitter; welder; plumber; and iron worker.

Previously, workers engaged in optional trades were required to apply with their employers for permanent residence, while compulsory trade workers could either apply directly with the government on their own or with their employers. With change in the application process for temporary workers in optional trade occupations, things will hopefully get simpler and easier.

Learn more about Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program from an immigration and visa specialist. If you are interested in immigrating shortly, send you updated profile to ajay@abhinav.com and get a free immigration assessment.

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Residence from Work Category- New Zealand Residence!

The Residence from Work under New Zealand’s residence instructions facilitates people with required talent by the Kiwi country; foreign nationals with exceptional talent in art, culture or sport; and people working in areas identified as having absolute skill shortage in the Kiwi country to obtain NZ residence class visas.

Visa holders under the Talent (Accredited Employers) work instructions are granted a residence class visa in case they meet the following requirements:

  • The applicants have possessed a work visa issued under the Talent (Accredited Employers) work instructions for a period of minimum 2 years; AND
  • During the time when the visa was valid they have been employed in the Kiwi country for 2 years; AND
  • They have employment in the Kiwi country with a base salary of 50,000 NZ Dollars per year, in least if the associated work to Residence visa application was filed on or after July 30, 2007 but before July 28, 2008; or 55,000 NZ Dollars per year if the associated work to Residence visa application was lodged on or after July 28, 2008 ; AND
  • They possess full/provisional registration, where registration is needed in order to practice the occupation in which they are engaged; AND
  • They meet health and character requirements.

If you are interested in applying for a residence permit to New Zealand, mail following information ASAP at ajay@abhinav.com for a free of charge assessment by Ajay Sharma, principal consultant, ABHINAV.

  • Your updated resume if skilled professional, or if businessmen, then brief on business profile along with information on your current personal net worth.
  • If married, provide the resume for your spouse as well.
  • If applicable, please provide information on children and their age.
  • Information on any blood relatives residing in New Zealand. This is not a compulsory requirement to qualify for immigration to New Zealand, but serves as additional positive assessment and suitability factor.

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Potential Immigration Changes of Canada after Election!

The election is approaching in Canada and the result of the election may results in potential immigration changes. These potential changes may have implications bad or good for global migrants aspiring for Canada visa programs. There are five prominent parties racing for election and having their own and different mandates for immigration programs after being elected. Strengthening the efficiency of the immigration system of Canada is the general and concurrency point of all these parties.

The Conservatives party is campaigning with the promises such as imposing stringent laws on human smuggling, rationalize the deportation process of foreign criminals, foreign credentials identified easier and faster and most important is imposing Canada permanent residency status conditionally for two years for sponsored candidates by a spouse or common-law partner.

The Liberals party has assured to lessen the backlogs and waiting times of visa applications, increased quota for Family Class immigration, advancing the method of recognizing foreign credentials and raised funds for language training programs for migrants willing to advance their English or French.

The National Democratic Party mandates to fast-track family reunification, reduce visa waiting times, lessen the backlog of visa applications, speed-up the identification of foreign credentials, build up better appeals and practices for visitor visa applicants, tough laws against crooked consultants, recall funds for immigrant settlement groups and introduce Once in a Lifetime Act allowing a one-time chance to sponsor a relative to migrate to Canada although not a member of the family class.

The Green Party is campaigning with the pledges like assigning larger funds for language training programs in English or French language proficiency, enhance and facilitate the integration of immigrants into the society, stringent regulatory policies to watch immigration consultant practices, develop a program for people residing in the nation without official status to enjoy full landed immigrant status and amendment in the Public Safety Act and Anti-Terrorism Act to entertain formal charges against all detainees.

The Parti Quebecois has concealed their immigration cards in the election campaign, though they have proposed some changes in the province of Quebec but dint mentioned in detail and also about any change in federal policies. The upcoming election is watchful for prospective migrants and PR holders as a new government will result in major changes in ongoing immigration policies. Let’s hope for the best and may the new government keeps in line with the Canadian policy to attract more and more immigrants.

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