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US immigration: How Biden’s election affects global mobility

The election of Joe Biden as 46th President of the United States of America is set to mark a new era in US immigration....

Canada is processing more spousal immigration applications

New IRCC data provides good news to those looking to sponsor their wife, husband, or partner. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is now processing...

Even with a green card, an immigrant could be denied U.S. citizenship for these reasons

Less than a week after the announcement of a revised U.S. naturalization test that critics said is harder to pass, the Trump administration updated on...

Biden Expected to Reverse Many of Trump’s Immigration Policies

President-elect Joe Biden is expected to reverse many of President Donald Trump’s landmark immigration policies after he takes office next year. Though untangling some...

The Mixed-Orientation Couple: a dramatic development in Canadian immigration law

ANALYSIS: Canadian judge rules couples do not have to be of the same sexual orientation for conjugal sponsorship Immigration law both shapes and reflects the...

UK’s big law changes coming in January and how they will affect you

From January 1, 2021 there will be some key changes including health cover in the EU for UK citizens, passport changes and a new...

International students won’t top the list of priorities for Trump or Biden

Voting for the US Presidential elections is over, and across the globe, with everyone keenly awaiting the results because of the extraordinary influence the...

Australia’s international borders will reopen ‘steadily and safely’: Alan Tudge

Giving a flicker of hope to temporary visa holders and international students stranded outside Australia, Acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge today signalled a progressive...

More than 45,000 Americans flood New Zealand’s immigration website fearing Donald Trump would win the US election

Thousands of Americans flooded New Zealand's immigration website fearing Donald Trump would win another four years in power. More than 45,000 U.S. citizens visited the government website New Zealand Now...