Roma Refugees

Roma Refugees Are Finally Being Heard in Canada

After years of low success rate, Roma refugees in Canada are receiving as much as 70 percent claim success. It is because of the new government in 2015, removal of the corrupt lawyers, and reduction in time taken by authorities to review claims. The claim approval rate in 2013 was the only 21 percent but […]

Talent visa

China Started the Talent visa for Foreign Talents in STEM

The Filipinos weren’t allowed to work in China until now, but the government recently announced that they will be on the China Talent visa or R visa. It is very exciting news for the Philippines government and was confirmed by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration. China started the Talent visa to invite foreign talents in […]

Syrian Software

Syrian Software Engineer Finally Met his Family after Four Years

Imagine not meeting your family for almost four years. Yes, the thought of it gives you goose bumps, doesn’t it? Samer Al-Hakim, a Syrian software engineer, living in Germany has experienced it. Al-Hakim last met his family in 2013 and then at the end of 2016 all because he became a German citizen and got […]

Quebec City

Canadian Prime Minister Views about Quebec City Immigration

Justin Trudeau, Canadian prime minister, was in Quebec City for a town-hall event on January 18th, 2018. During the event, he told the spectators that Canada must do a better job in welcoming immigrants and refugees. Immigrants are Canada’s strength as they bring diversity to the country. Trudeau answered a few questions about immigration. He […]


Canadian Report Says that Chinese 2nd Generation Immigrants are best

A recent Canadian report done on second-generation immigrants revealed that Chinese fare the best in terms of education and career while Africans fare is the worst. Indian second-generation immigrants are second to the Chinese. The report also revealed that the salaries earned by Chinese and children both to Canadian citizens were almost the same. The […]

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Focusing on Entry of Skilled Foreign Workers

Nova Scotia, Canada opened its Nominee Provincial Program in 2017. The first year gets the lowest applications, and so the province only received 1/4th of its maximum. Even though it is a slow start for the province, it is excellent news for those planning to go to Canada. The province had set a target of […]


In Venezuela US Embassy Restarted Issuing Visa

Joy has finally come to citizens of Venezuela as the US Embassy finally agreed to issue visas after a non-compliance period of 18 months. Only business and travel visas halted while student and work visas were still given, but the rules were made stricter. The embassy will start accepting applications for the B-1 and B-2 […]

Funds Amount

IRCC Increases Proof of Funds Amount

As of January 5th, 2018, the Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada has increased the proof of funds amount by 1.42 percent. In order to qualify for Canada’s Express Entry program, you need to show that you have a minimum of these resources. The increase is effective in all three categories of the program. Even though […]

The Highest Skyscrapers in the World

The world is full of architectural marvels. With cities boasting of structures that appear to pierce the skies, the legend of the sky-meets-earth might just come true someday. But such heights require an engineer’s expertise and an architect’s aesthetics to be able to stand so tall and not collapse under the influence of weight or […]

The Link Between Engineering and Entrepreneurship

Engineers are some of the most indispensable people in any setting in this world. From buildings, automobiles, machines and computers- every single innovation you see today is a result of hard work and the expertise of an engineer. You can set a building up at any corner of the world, but what makes it sturdy […]