Every migrant who seek to migrate to a new country has varying prospects in hand and thus the governing bodies have created various types of visa subclasses that are satisfying the demands and needs of the migrants in an often customized way.
In this regard, there are several types of New Zealand visa subclasses that are largely offering very broad migration gateway to the migrants at every step. Some of the very well known and often popular visa classes include:
Work to residence visa
Every visa subclass has varying rules and regulations and offering varying period of stay in the country. If we talk about the temporary visa, it is often availed by the migrants who are looking to migrate to New Zealand in order to work in the country on part time basis as skilled worker. Under this visa class the holder can not only work but can avail other benefits and opportunities as well but on temporary basis. Work to residence visa allows the migrant to work in the country as well as sty in the country seeking all the citizen benefits of the country. The next visa class is the resident visa which is often availed by the aspiring migrants who are looking forward to live permanently in the country with their family availing all the short term as well long term citizen benefits of the country.
The next New Zealand visa class is the student visa offered to the students looking to migrate and study in the country seeking great professional benefits in the near future. Lastly, the spouse or partner visa is offered to the migrant who wants to migrate and settle with his/her partner who is already a permanent resident of New Zealand. All these visa subclasses hold varying time of stay in the country allowing the migrants to satisfy their migration dream in a planned way.
Under Immigration overseas New Zealand visa process the clients are getting a very diligent service horizon that is offering a very responsive service approach at every step. We are an immigration law firm offering online New Zealand visa services to clients globally along with migration assistance that is strengthening the migration dreams of our clients. We have a very hard-working team of expert and immigration lawyers who are dealing towards providing very responsive services at every step creating a hassle free migration path for the clients at an often affordable cost. Immigration overseas through its clear and honest service approach is reaching out globally as top and reputed immigration law firm.
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The Permanent Resident Card is the official proof of your status as a permanent resident in Canada. This wallet-sized plastic card is required for all permanent residents of Canada seeking to re-enter Canada after international travel. This exception is even more limited. It allows you to count days spent outside Canada towards fulfilling the residency requirement if you are accompanying your spouse or common law partner, or if you are a child under 22 years of age and you are accompanying your parent, but only if your Canadian citizen or permanent resident relative was employed on a full-time basis by a Canadian business or in the public service of Canada or of a province during the period you accompanied him or her. In addition, you must be able to show that your permanent resident relative meets his or her own residency obligation. Let’s break this down: You can count days spent outside of Canada in order to meet the residence requirement if you are accompanying your Canadian citizen or permanent resident spouse or parent, but only if your spouse or parent is employed by a Canadian organization during the specified travel, and only if your spouse or parent meets his or her own residency requirement.
In practice, it is hard to see how this exception could be helpful, unless you’ve spent so much time out of the country that every extra day counts.
You may count each day you worked outside Canada for a Canadian organization or affiliated organization or in the public service of Canada. You can also count time you spent outside the country as a client of a Canadian business or the Canadian public service.
To qualify, you must show that you worked in a full-time capacity, and you must be able to show an employment relationship or contract.
In order to meet the Canadian residency obligation, you must be physically present in Canada for at least half of the last five years. If you haven’t been a permanent resident of Canada for five years, then you need to show that you can meet the residence requirement at the five-year mark.
Millions of people around the globe apply for an American visa, every year, in order to gain entry to this land of coveted opportunities. However, only a few and deserving out of them gain entry to this land. Ask any immigrant what is his biggest fear? The answer would be, -Deportation to their home countries.- The illegal immigration reform added the removal proceedings in an amendment process to Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) to expel aliens and bar them from entering the United States. .
It is a routine procedure for all those being served a deportation to have a hearing in fort of the immigration judge to explain his/her side of the story. However, a foreign national can be deported without any hearing in many cases. An Immigration law firm in New York talks about these types of deportation procedure in the section below.
Generally, two types of deportation procedures do not involve a hearing i.e. the expedited removal process and the administrative removal process. In both the processes, the individual requires help from an experienced immigration attorney to take a person out of the immigration entangles. Expedited removal process –
In this process, foreign nationals who have misrepresented their eligibility to enter the United States are generally targeted. This also includes immigrants who have furnished false information at the port or border in order to gain entry. Aliens who have gained entry by providing false and forged documents are also removed by this process. In most cases, aliens are deported without hearing. However, in some cases, it involves those seeking asylum, the alien is interviewed by an asylum officer. An individual is barred from entering the United States for a period of 5 to 20 years if removed by the expedited removal process. This process also applies in cases in which an alien has been convicted of a crime such as those related to drug, rape, murder, sexual abuse of minors and possession of fire arms. However, these aliens are deported only on the completion of their prison term
In the part-II of the article, we will look at the various aspects of removal due to an administrative process.
Is the U.S. shale oil industry in trouble? No, it is engaged in a high-stakes competition for market share. As oil flooded the market in 2014-15, prices dropped dramatically and producers began burning midnight oil to manage the downward economic pressures. While some overleveraged companies wont survive the economic challenge, in true Darwinian fashion, the fittest will prevail.
According to the U.S Energy Information Administrations (EIA) “Drilling Productivity Report,” it is estimated that by January 2016, daily production in the seven most prolific shale oil and gas areas in the U.S is expected to fall by 116,000 barrels of oil and 365 million cubic feet of gas. Those seven production areasranging from the Utica and Marcellus shale deposits in the Northeast and the Bakken, Niobrara, Haynesville, Permian, and Eagle Ford deposits in the middle of the countryaccounted for 92 percent of domestic oil production growth and all natural gas production during the years 2011-14.
The decline is directly attributable to a 2014 decision by the Organization of Petroleum-Exporting Countries (OPEC) to produce without regard to market supply. Consequently, a barrel of Benchmark Brent crude oil that brought $114 in June 2014 today brings under $40. OPEC members, particularly Saudi Arabia, can afford the lower price because they can pump oil for as little as $15 a barrel –a competitive advantage American producers cannot match
In December, OPEC doubled down on its strategy and oil prices hit a seven-year low. The lower price hits OPEC profits too, of course, but the greater harm is done to competing oil producers with higher production costs. Those companies can only stop producing and exploring. Many will fail altogether.
So far, some 250,000 job losses around the world are attributed to the lower prices, about 79 percent of that in oil field-service companies like Schlumberger and Halliburton. Swift Worldwide Resources speculates that more than 10,000 workers have been let go by struggling independent contractors and subcontractors. In keeping with their independent status, such companies typically dont announce layoffs.
The glut of oil has affected shale oil field operationsOPECs primary targetwith the number of oil rigs in North America declining 62 percent from December 2014, according to WTRG Economics. Some shale oil producers with high production costs are going bankrupt, while other producers are, in the words of an Oxford Institute for Energy Studies report in November, “[going] into hibernation” or otherwise adjusting as needed.
Many companies are creating different survival adjustments include selling off assets, such as pipelines, to private equity investors, — part of Chesapeake Energys strategy– “refracking” wells using newer technologies,. and using multi-pad drilling with “walking rigs” that are moved from hole to hole on a single site. Well-endowed companies are shelving Arctic megaprojects (e.g. Royal Dutch Shell) or getting out of deepwater drilling altogether (e.g. ConocoPhillps) in favor of shale oil production. ExxonMobil has drilling rights to 1.5 million acres in the Permian Basin shale formation and in October was looking to acquire more.
As the OPEC challenge continues, producers are implementing ways to keep their heads above water. Many producers are downsizing their employees and finding cost effective means for continual oil production, however despite the temporary strategies that are in place, it is not certain who will survive.
By Giles Lambertson, contributor for IMP Corp
Relocating or shifting permanently from one city to another or from one state to another state is not any illegal issue as you can move their without any legal or documentation formality. What all you need (in certain conditions to show for identification) is your identity card or any other documentation for indemnification. Moreover, things become different when it comes to move from one nation to another. In that case, legal documentation according to the immigration rules of the country is first step that is required to be fulfilled. In other words, valid passport, visa (depend on the type of entry) and other legal documents are vital to enter to a new country.
If you are planning to relocate in the UK or you are the Citizen of British or have Right of Abode, you can be the sponsor of visa for your spouse, grandparents, relatives, fianc/fiance or parents. In addition, you can also apply for visa (in different terms) to enter the UK. The different forms include visiting the UK, studying the UK, working in the UK, settling in the UK and other conditions. It depends on current citizenship/nationality, there are array of ways of applying for visa. However, before applying for visa, it is also necessary to go through the immigration rules in the UK as they are getting updated with some vital changes.
In order to make the entire process easy and hassle-free, it is also important to contact experienced immigration solicitors. As far as the selection of immigration solicitors or advisers is concerned, you should hire professionals are approved and registered by OISC or Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner. Today, there are a number of acclaimed law and solicitor firms that have come up with experienced and OISC qualified immigration solicitors in the UK. The main motive of these professionals is to provide you the best services with easy and legal visa documentation so that you can enter the UK in a legal way.
Experienced solicitors of an acclaimed firm also help those whose visa time has been expired or those who are living in the UK illegally. Experienced solicitors also provide you with the updated and latest UK immigration news so that you can know the necessary changes and other immigration updates. Find the right immigration service firm and get legal UK entry right. No matter what kind of visa application is in process, you will get the best legal assistance.
Since the Fukushima nuclear disaster triggered by the giant tsunami that hit Japan in 2011, the country has gone through a difficult transition as a developed country and as one of the global economic leaders. As of 2012, Japan had the third highest GDP in the world but placed as the top nation with the greatest deficit in its national budget.
Several primary factors have brought about the present economic challenges of Japan in relation to the global market which used to be its primary source of its wealth, if not its virtual playground, from the 1960s to the 1980s. Here are the reasons for its economic woes at present.
1. Decrease in consumer confidence
Almost every country that experiences a calamity suddenly undergoes a period of depression, both economic-wise and socially. That is an obvious result to such devastating causes that can disrupt the natural, political and social environment, as well the human infrastructure needed for the delivery of essential public and private services. Business activity slows down as well as the consumption of non-essential goods. People prefer to save whatever resources they have for their daily survival needs. As things improve, however, as they must have already done so in the interim in Japan, people might become more upbeat. Other factors, nevertheless, complicate the situation, as we can glean from the other factors that continue to challenge Japanese society.
2. Unbalanced Demographics
Japan, not unlike many developed and developing countries such as Singapore, Sweden and others, has a shrinking population with a big part of which is made up of aging citizens. On the average, Japan has a ratio of two workers for each retiree, a rather large and unsustainable ratio compared to its previous more productive years.
This ratio means the government will have a harder time sourcing out funds to support its growing elderly population while seeking to address the other side of the equation by enhancing its number of productive workers that will support and sustain its economy into the future.
3. Energy Insecurity
Ever since the Fukushima event, the use of nuclear energy to provide power for industrial and general use has greatly diminished. Energy shortage and power costs have battered the Japanese economy as if it were a daily tsunami hitting its shores and wreaking havoc over its traditional role as a powerful economic and trade force in Asia as well as in the entire globe. Previously providing one-third of its energy requirements, nuclear energy has almost lost out totally to other power sources (coal or gas) which have to be imported; thus, aggravating the economic landscape that is already bleak as it is.
4. Lack of Confidence in Political Leadership
Until Prime Minister Abe came out with policies to revive the Japanese economy, the post-Fukushima scenario was a period of gloomy outlook for the nations economy. Inviting local and foreign investors to rejuvenate the dwindling economy in the face of natural and global economic causes has somehow given new impetus for people to spend more aggressively than before.
The renewed confidence might just be the signal for Japans recovery in spite of the existing challenges. However, implementation of new policies and economic thrusts sensitive to the realities of the present will determine how the nation will fare into the near future.
5. Establishing Productive Trade Relations
One factor that observers have felt must be addressed is the repositioning of Japan as a more active trade partner with growing economies in Asia as well as those in the trans-Pacific Region. The road ahead is not very clear; however, like most nations in general, the prospects of growth are rife. It could be the right direction that Japan needs to reinvigorate its economy and reclaim its position as a leader in global trading.
Rising from the literal ashes of the last world war to become a world economic power, Japan is not a newcomer in terms of overcoming great odds and achieving dramatic success and economic development. The character of the Japanese people has been proven time and time again in the past. No doubt, the nation will be able to face its challenges with the cooperation of other nations which share the same challenges. The great nation that once tried to live as an isolated island separated
from the rest of the world cannot afford to move on without joining the global family of nations toward a more united, progressive and equitable global community.
Reference: “How can Japan compete in a changing global market?”, Around table report, Clara Gillispie.
Here, we will discuss different Visa Types issued by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Every foreign national, seeking to enter the United States for different reasons must obtain a US Visa, before entering United States. Depending upon the different needs of foreign nationals United States Citizenship and Immigration Services offer different types of Visa.
Normally we can categorize different Visa types into two popular categories:
1.Nonimmigrant Visa (For temporary stay in United States)
2.Immigrant Visa (For permanent stay in United States)
Depending upon particular requirements of foreign nationals and their purpose of visit to United States, US Citizenship and Immigration Services offer following types of Visa:
1.B-1 Business Visa US Citizenship and Immigration Services offer B-1 Business Visa to foreign nationals working for any foreign company. Foreign citizens willing to visit the United States for business purposes (it should not involve receiving salary or payment) are eligible to apply for a B-1 Business Visa.
2.B-2 Tourist Visa Foreign national who wish to visit United States for touring purposes, spending vacations or for medical treatment are eligible to apply for B-2 Tourist Visa. Citizens of countries qualifying for Visa Waiver Program also need B-2 Tourist Visa, if they plan to stay in United States for more than 90 days.
3.H-1B Work Visa This type of Visa helps college educated professionals with special skills (like Doctors, Engineers, Scientists) to enter United States, in order to make valuable contribution in American development. However, there is one constraint, a maximum of 65,000 H-1B Visas can be issued in one year. Professionals with H-1B Visa can stay in United States for a maximum of three years. However, it can be extended if required, but the maximum period of stay cannot exceed more than six years. One advantage with H-1B Visa holders is that, they can apply for Permanent Immigrant Status (Green Card), if their company is ready to sponsor.
4.H-2B Work Visa H-2B Visa is a different type of work Visa which is issued to skilled and unskilled workers (for non-agricultural jobs). Every year a maximum of 66,000 H-2B Visas are issued. Those foreign nationals are eligible for H-2B work Visas who are eager to come to United States for a temporary or seasonal job (non-agricultural) offered by US employer.
5.C-1 Transit Visa Foreign nationals who need to enter United States in order to transit to another country need C-1 Transit Visa. People with C-1 Transit Visa are allowed to travel (for a maximum of 29 days) in United States when their destination is another country. However, people holding B-1 Business Visa or B-2 Tourist Visa doesnt need Transit Visa. Citizens from countries eligible for Visa Waiver Program also dont need a Transit Visa.
6.F-1 Student Visa USCIS offers F-1 Student Visa to foreign Students willing to undergo higher studies in United States. Foreign students seeking F-1 Students Visa must have a valid educational purpose for coming to United States. However, only students participating in full time educational programs are eligible to apply for F-1 Student Visa, this type of Visa is not for part time students. Students with F-1 Visa can stay in United States till the end of their educational session. F-1 Visa is multi-entry Visa, and they are free to enter United States many times (before end of their study period). They are also allowed to travel freely anywhere in United States. They are also allowed to do practical trainings during their study period to gain work experience. In many cases, students obtaining a bachelor or master’s degree are sponsored by their employer for an H-1B Work Visa. This is the most important advantage attached with F-1 Students Visa.
7.J-1 Exchange Visitor Visa As the name suggests, J-1 Exchange Visitor Visa is for individuals participating in exchange visitor programs organized by Education and Cultural Institutions or Business Houses. J-1 Exchange Visitor Visa helps industrial trainees, students, teachers, research assistants, scholars, and people on cultural missions who are participating in a program of studies, training, research, or a cultural enrichment program designed for such individuals by the United States Department of State, through its Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
There are several other Visa Types targeting specific needs of people. You will get detailed information about them in next edition of our Newsletter.
A recent rise in trucking companies cutting corners and ignoring Federal Motor Carrier Transportation Laws could be placing the public at an elevated risk. Recently, the U.S. Department of Transportations Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) have shut down two separate trucking companies for blatantly disregarding the law and safety. Cutting corners is a bad practice that rises in all businesses when the economy is bad, but this simply is not acceptable when you are talking about companies that put heavy 18 wheelers and other commercial vehicles on the public highways.
On March 30, 2012, the FMCSA ordered Utah-based Reliable Transportation Services, Inc. to immediately cease all transportation services. Reliable Transportation Services, Inc. and the trucking companys principal, Jay Zachary Barber, were both declared an imminent hazard to public safety. The shut down order comes after safety investigators found hours-of-service and driver qualification violations that substantially increased the likelihood of serious injury or death to the traveling public. FMCSAs investigation revealed that the company was using drivers with suspended or revoked commercial drivers licenses (CDL) and was not employing any drug or alcohol tests with regards to their drivers. Reliable Transportation was also found to be transporting concealed hazardous material loads without valid federal registration. Hazardous material loads are highly regulated and require special permits to ensure proper containment and disposal.
On April 9, 2012, the FMCSA ordered the shutdown of J&A Transportation. Several roadside inspections found that the companys truck drivers had committed multiple hours-of-service, driver and vehicle maintenance violations. Investigators further found that the trucking company continued to operate without an active US DOT number or valid operating authority, that they were operating vehicles that had serious mechanical defects, and were not regularly inspected and repaired.
Hours-of-service violations often refer to drivers either not keeping proper log book records or driving for a longer time than Federal Law allows without taking the appropriate amount of off-duty and/or break time. Excessive driving hours can lead to truck driver fatigue. Driver fatigue is a major cause of accidents with regard to over-the-road truck drivers. Vehicle defects can refer to anything from safety devices and signals not working to faulty air-brakes, lights, gages and/or tires. All of these violations can lead to very serious and catastrophic consequences if permitted to continue.
If you see an 18 wheeler on the road that appears to be swerving or having difficulties maintaining a single lane, please contact the local authorities at once.
Disk Jockeys also commonly known as DJs provide entertainment services to a variety of events including wedding, parties or a dance club. The entertainment is normally in the form of music, though they may do more than just playing music e.g. emceeing, wedding planners etc. When invited to an event, a good Berrien County Wedding DJ is expected to entertain the audience and dazzle them with an inept ability to play the appropriate music tracks at the right time, and also choosing music that is relevant to the event. Just as many other service industries, he might be tipped but it is not a must. Though most DJs work as individuals; there are many others that work under a corporate company. So, when issuing the tip, it is not to the company but to the DJ as an individual.
Why tip him?
A DJ works in the service industry where tipping is not uncommon. And just as like many other professionals in the service industry, they are given tips as a sign of appreciation for their service. The tip issued does not go to the company that has employed him but as an individual. Before tipping a Berrien County Wedding DJ, you might want to consider a number of factors. Did he fulfill his duties as a DJ? Did the DJ come on time and left on time? Were guests entertained and left a happy lot? Was the DJ professional throughout the whole event and was he dressed properly and behaved in a professional manner? If you consider all these factors and think that the DJ fulfilled his duties, then you can go ahead and tip him. But tipping him is completely at your own discretion, he might not demand for the tip and nobody can force you to give the tip.
How much and when do you tip him?
The amount you tip a Berrien County Wedding DJ will entirely depend on the type of DJ you have hired. You may give it as a percentage of the amount he charged for the service or just a standard amount. But its all at your own discretion; decide how much you give depending on how satisfied you were with his service. What time would be the most appropriate to tip a DJ? That is a question that most people would want to know. If its a night club DJ, you can walk straight to where he is and drop him some cash when he is not busy spinning or talking to the microphone. Any other event including weddings, its only appropriate that you tip him after the event. At that point you will have evaluated him and come to a conclusion whether he out did himself, kept the guests on toes and also behaved in a professional manner throughout the event.
Tipping a DJ shouldnt be a big issue, its up to you to decide whether to do it or not. But remember the DJ would really appreciate when you give him a tip because of his good service.
Have you ever toiled with the idea of moving to Europe or starting your own business there? The process is simple and easy steps can be taken to realize that thought and it is a decision that you will not soon regret.
There are so many possibilities to start up your own business and become part of the great Czech Republic and all it takes is a few simple steps toward earning your visa.
You now have the chance to realize your dream of being a business owner and legal resident of the Czech Republic in as little as 5 years. Many people have the dream but are never willing or are simply afraid to take the first step and make their dream become a reality. Dont be part of the dreamers you can turn your dream into a reality and realize that the future can hold much more for you than you ever thought it could.
If you have a degree from the university and at least 3 years of steady employment this can speed up the application process and get you to Europe in a shorter wait time. There is no better time than the present to try and realize your dream of becoming a European resident, business owner or even a property owner there.
You will see that the visa process is simple to follow and in a shorter time than you think you can be on your way to a new dream, a new lifestyle and a new reality.
Earning your Czech residence permit will allow you the ability to open doors for yourself that you may never think possible.
Immigration to Europe does not mean that you have to sit through a long interview that leaves you feeling uneasy and scared, you do not have to be a certain age and you do not have to be able to speak English, all you have to do is log into visa2west and register to earn your Czech residence permit free of hassle and free of the long drawn out processes it takes to go to other countries.
Lets face it waiting up to five years may seem like an impossibility while waiting for a visa, but just think of the great reward you will receive in the end. The chance to live, work and enjoy your life in any of the EU countries is just a click away. Dont waste any more time login now and so if you have what it takes to realize your dream and become part of the Czech Republic today.