Best Indian overseas educational consultancy services firm

Best Indian overseas educational consultancy services firm

Best Indian overseas educational consultancy services firm

Best Indian overseas educational consultancy services firm

If you are looking to study abroad, then you must seek professional help. Of course, you can research it at home too, but you cannot discount the experience a trained immigration consultant. It basically boils down to what discipline you want to pursue your higher education in. Depending on that you can narrow down the list of countries which are renowned for that particular stream. Following that, list down the best educational institutions or universities you could apply for in those countries.

In fact, with the arrival of technology, it has made it easier for us to communicate with people abroad. So, make use of this by talking to students who are already enrolled in the institutions you are eyeing to study in. Talking to them would allow you to pose specific questions and clear the air for you in the bargain.  As everyone is aware, you have to spend a lot if you wish to Study Abroad. It would be better if you make the rough estimation of how much it would cost you. Some of you might be eligible for scholarships. If not, think of how you would mobilize funds.

The next stage would entail you to ensure that you have all the required travel documents. It need not be mentioned that the passport you hold currently allows you to enter the country where you wish to study. If that is no the case, apply for a visa much ahead of your expected date of departure. Also, make sure that the visa would be valid for the entire duration of your study there.

All countries require that you are perfectly healthy before entering their country. Visit a doctor and get all the required health documents that certify that you are healthy. Take all the vaccines that the country you go study in requires from all its travelers. Travel insurance is a sine qua non as one might get sick at any time. Ensure that the health insurance you have covers you for medical care abroad. If it’s not, then you should go in for a health insurance policy that would let you travel.

It is better to know someone in a country where you would pursue studies. Even if you might not know anybody in a personal capacity, try to befriend someone or ask your friends if they could get you in touch with anyone.  We do not know what kind of help you might need on alien land. Try to make use of technology, television or any other resources to know about the customs of the country you would be wishing to go to. Some things which are norms in our country might be offensive elsewhere. Preempt misunderstandings and be on their right side.

While you are at it, ensure the laws of the country you are entering. For instance, most Islamic countries prohibit consumption of alcohol. On the other hand, if you are going to a progressive country like the US or Australia, it is necessary to meet a person in the eye and wish him or her. Some countries have very strange laws which we are not aware of until we reach there.

One of the most important aspects is to know whether the debit card or credit card you possess might be valid in the destination country. You could find that out from overseas education advisory whether you are required to open an account or not. Take the coordinates of the Indian Embassy or consulate which is closest to you such as phone number, address and so on. Though you might have a relative or friend in that country, they cannot help you if you are seeking legal recourse. Before you enter that country, list down the emergency numbers of the country and also coordinates of your contacts, your educational institution, and other organizations. Shop properly taking into consideration the climate of the country. Take the help of people who have been into that country.

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Post-Brexit UK might re offer work permit to students from India

Post-Brexit UK might re offer work permit to students from India

Post-Brexit UK might re offer work permit to students from India

Post-Brexit UK might re offer work permit to students from India

Students from India in the UK who complete their graduation might once again be offered the work licence after the Brexit. Yashvardhan Kumar Sinha, India’s High Commissioner to the UK has said that restoring the two-year period work authorization is being discussed and it is a very high priority in the bilateral talks, quotes Times of India.

Students from India were offered a two-year work permit in the UK after completion of their graduation. This was however done away with in the year 2012. The Indian Ambassador informed the media at London that a bilateral treaty on priority is being discussed for after Brexit period. The issue of work permit for students is a part of the agenda and it will have to be adequately resolved, said Mr. Sinha.

Mr. Sinha also accepted that in the past five years there has been a drastic decline in the number of Indian students immigrating to the UK for higher studies. He said that one reason for this was also fraud institutions, but nevertheless lesser students are applying.

Elaborating on the scenario, the High Commissioner to the UK said that almost 90% of the job applicants are hired. There could be diverse reasons for the decrease in applications but from an employers’ perspective, we also have to consider the preference given to a candidate who has just four-month authorization to work in the UK.

Speaking on the impact of Brexit on trade relations between India and UK, Sinha clarified that there cannot be any official discussion on FTA till the time the UK exits from the European Union. However, there is a mutual working group of both the nations discussing services and trade parallel to the exit talks between the UK and the EU. There will be clarity on the scenario for the period after March 29, 2019, said Mr. Sinha.

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People emigrate for various reasons such as nice quality of life, better employment opportunities, and superior educational facilities for children, orderly polity or quieter environs depending on their individual preferences.

In fact, there are many other reasons which make people relocate, but the above-mentioned ones are the most common. To cater to this mass, a lot of immigrant consultants have sprung up all over India. Global Gateways provides end-to-end Immigration Services which go beyond Visa Services. They look for a place which might be right up your alley based on your work skills, experience, lifestyle, and approach towards life and so on. In order to provide that, they scout for an employment for their client there, provide hassle-free immigration and freeze on suitable accommodation.

Now, let us look at the most popular destinations that Indians want to emigrate to. Indians, owing to the colonial legacy of the British, prefer to relocate to English-speaking countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, among others. Some people who have a flair for languages like German, French, and Spanish may head to Germany France, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, and Spain and so on.

Of course, most choose to land up in the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries as these are not only prosperous countries but are more peaceful and accommodating towards migrants.

A thumb rule to be followed when selecting the proper company which provides wholesome Immigrant Services requires you to research on it yourself. People may suggest names offhand, but you have to make the choice because it would be one of the most life-changing missions you will be embarking upon. To check its credentials, go to the company yourself and check if it has good infrastructure, proper practices in place and professional staff. In addition, get enough information on its standing in the market and its client testimonials. Also ensure that it has been serving clientele for a while, for there are fly-by-night operators who open shops to make a quick buck and run away.

After you have made up your mind, you have to get down to the more complex part- applying for a visa. This is a more time-consuming process, which requires you to enormous patience as you have to get all your documents in place. They will include your relevant identity cards, current passport which would be valid for well into your future, college/university certificates, certificates proving that you have not been charged by law for having been hauled up by police, health certificate, letters of experience from your previous employers, your bank account details to prove that you can subsist in the foreign country you are heading to even if you have quit a job or have been laid off and so on.

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Alberta Immigration Nominee Program

Alberta Immigration Nominee Program (AINP)

Alberta Immigration Nominee Program

Alberta Immigration Nominee Program

Alberta is one of Canada’s most economically and socially dynamic provinces.

Located in Western Canada, Alberta has a rapidly growing economy based in large part on its vast natural resources. Home to two of Canada’s largest cities, Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta is the most populous of the country’s three ‘Prairie provinces’. It is also renowned as one of the most beautiful parts of North America, with famous national parks such as Banff and Jasper.

The Alberta Immigration Nominee Program is Alberta’s Provincial Nominee Program. Through this program, prospective immigrants with the skills and experience targeted by the province may receive an Alberta Provincial Nomination Certificate, which will speed up the overall immigration process.

The Alberta Immigration Nominee Program consists of three main immigration streams:

  • Strategic Recruitment Stream
  • Employer-Driven Stream
  • Self-Employed Farmer Stream

Strategic Recruitment Stream

This stream allows individuals to apply to the AINP without employer support. It consists of three different categories:

Compulsory and Optional Trades Category – Trades persons who hold either an Alberta Qualification Certificate or a Recognized Trade Certificate may be eligible under this category. Individuals must be residing in Alberta on a valid work permit at the time of application and work in a compulsory or optional trade.

Engineering Occupations Category – This category was designed for engineers, designers and drafters with Alberta work experience. Applicants must work in one of the designated occupations.

Post Graduate Worker Category – Individuals who have graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution in Alberta, and who are currently working in Alberta in an eligible occupation on a Post-Graduation Work Permit, may be eligible for this program.

Employer-Driven Stream

This stream allows employers to nominate workers to the Alberta Immigration Nominee Program for Canadian immigration. In this way, applicants have the comfort of knowing that their job prospects are bright after becoming permanent residents, and employers can more easily retain the workers they need. This stream consists of three sub-categories:

Skilled Worker Category – For individuals with a permanent, full-time job offer in an eligible skilled occupation. Individuals are not required to be working in Alberta at the time of application.

International Graduate Category – For individuals who have graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada, hold a valid Post-Graduation Work Permit, and have received a permanent, full-time job offer from an Alberta employer.

Semi-Skilled Worker Category – For temporary foreign workers who have received a permanent, full-time job offer from an Alberta employer in an eligible semi-skilled occupation.

Self-Employed Farmer Stream

This stream allows individuals with the farming experience and personal funds to purchase and develop a farm in Alberta and apply for permanent residence. Successful applicants are farm owners/operators who plan to live in Alberta in order to purchase and manage their farming business.

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Six Indian-Americans nominated civilian honor for immigrants in the USA

Six Indian-Americans nominated for the highest civilian honor for immigrants in the US

Six Indian-Americans nominated for the highest civilian honor for immigrants in the US

Six Indian-Americans nominated for the highest civilian honor for immigrants in the US

Six Indian-Americans including author Fareed Zakaria, PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi have been selected for the highest civilian honor for Migrants in the US for the year 2017 – Ellis Island Medal of Honor.

Totally 88 individuals have been selected for this award and the four other Indians include Mohan H Patel, Yashvant Patel, Dr. Annapoorna S Kini, and CEO Chairman of Harman International Industries Dinesh Paliwal.

Indra Nooyi has been the CEO of PepsiCo 2006 onwards and its Chairman 2007 onwards.

Ms. Nooyi was earlier the CFO and President of PepsiCo and also the Senior Vice-President of Development and Corporate Strategy.

Zakaria is a columnist for the Washington Post and also the CNN’s host for ‘Fareed Zakaria GPS’. He has also been the Editor-at-large of Time, editor at Newsweek International and columnist at Newsweek.

Paliwal became the Chairman at Harman in 2008 before serving as the CEO President in 2007.

Founded by the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations, The Ellis Island Medal of Honor are given every year to individuals who offer commendable service in their respective fields and their accomplishments are valuable to the nation, quotes Times of India.

Both the houses of the US Congress have recognized these awards as one among the prestigious awards in the US ever since their inception in 1986.

National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations has given these awards to diverse and distinguished Americans that include six Presidents of America, Hillary Clinton, the Former Secretary of State, Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel, Muhammad Ali, Frank Sinatra, Quincy Jones, Lee Iacocca, Rosa Parks, and Louis Zamperini.

The awardees of the 2017 honors will be given the awards on Ellis Island in New York on May 13.

If you are looking to Study, Work, Visit, Invest or Immigrate to the US, contact Global Gateways, the most trusted Immigration & Visa Consultant.

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