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British Government announces scheme for work permits for semi skilled people to work in the Hotel and Catering industry and Food

10:56 22/11/2002
The British Government has announced that from early next year two new managed migration schemes will be introduced to allow employers in the food manufacturing industry and the hospitality industry...

Employment Agencies prohibited from sponsoring UK Work Permit applications

14:53 30/10/2002
The Home Office has announced the result of their review of the policy regarding Employment Agencies sponsoring work permits. The Home Office has decided to retain the prohibition. This was due to...

Work Permits UK to make announcement on whether to allow UK Employment Agencies to sponsor UK work permit applications

19:44 22/10/2002
Work Permits UK is expected to make a formal announcement on the outcome of the 'Agency Review' during the week commencing Monday 28th October 2002. We will of course keep you posted of any further...

German Immigration Act

18:37 22/10/2002
Following the recent German elections, which was won by the governing SPD-Greens coalition of Chancellor Schröder, it now seems certain that the new German immigration act will come into force on 1...

NZIS raises pass mark to 30

16:09 08/10/2002
From 7 October 2002, the points required for a passmark in the General Skills Category will be 30. The change is being made in order to manage the 2002-2003 New Zealand Immigration Programme. While...

Recent Changes to MODL

16:08 07/10/2002
On October 1 the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMIA) in Australia has taken the decision to remove certain IT skills from the Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL)...

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