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Removing the Barriers to Immigration: Marc-André Ranger Talks About Using Technology to Solve Bottleneck Issues in Immigration Law
Immigration makes up a substantial proportion of population growth both in Canada and the U.S. It plays a huge role in job fulfillment and...
Can an Open Work Permit Holder Apply for PR in Canada?
A Canada open work permit allows the holder to work for any employer in Canada. The permit holder is not tied down to a...
7 Exciting Careers in the Legal Industry
Apart from the core legal careers of lawyer, paralegal, and court reporter, there are many other exciting careers in the legal industry. These careers...
Free Mugshot Search Online: How to Find Mugshots for Free?
A mugshot is a vital part of criminal record documentation. When a suspect is arrested for a crime, he/she is taken into booking by...
Two sisters murdered as they taught stitching and embroidery
Two sisters were murdered by masked gunmen in Bannu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, as they were working in a government-run women empowerment institute, SABAWON. The sisters...
Myanmar’s upset: Why now – and what’s next?
Myanmar's military has declared it has assumed responsibility for the country, 10 years in the wake of consenting to hand the capacity to a...
Google Takes Steps To Pull Out Search Engine From Australia
Australia is acquainting a world-first law with make Google, Facebook and conceivably other tech organizations pay news sources for their news content. In any...
Italy PM Conte Faces Strict Senate Vote To Remain In Force
Italy Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has asked legislators to back his administration as it fights with the pandemic and countenances a certainty vote which...
Trump Allies Preparing Protests Ahead Of Biden Introduction
The FBI has cautioned of conceivable equipped protests across the US as Trump allies and extreme right gatherings call for exhibitions before Joe Biden...
Boeing makes $2.5 Billion Settlement for 737 Max Crashes’ Criminal Case
Boeing will pay $2.5 billion in settlement for criminal charges of deceiving safety regulators in connection with the development of its 737 Max aircraft. The...
Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi suspected Mumbai assault pioneer imprisoned in Pakistan
A Pakistan court has condemned Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, a senior head of the assailant group Lashkar-e-Taiba, to five years in jail for fear financing. Lakhvi...
UK Launches Probe on Airlines Refusing Refunds During Pandemic
The U.K.’s Competition Markets Authority has launched an investigation on whether some airlines have breached consumers’ legal rights by failing to offer cash refunds...
Bangladesh Implements Death Penalty Against Rape
Bangladesh is about to implement the death penalty against rape after widespread cases of sexual violence against women in the country. As per the Law...
Trump Administration Changes H-1B Rules To Protect American Workers
New rules were announced this week by the Trump administration in regard to the now-famous H-1B visa program. The new rules are designed to...
Australia To Take English Tests For Partner Visas
Australia issues the order to pass an English language test for the foreign partner of current residents getting a permanent visa The contentious immigrant requirement...
Iran To Pay $1.45Bn To Family Of Lost American
Iran is issued an order to pay $1.45 bn by a US judge to the family of an ex-agent of the FBI who went...
JPMorgan Chase to Pay $920 Million Settlement for Market Manipulation
JPMorgan Chase & Co., the largest bank in the United States, will be paying $920 million in a settlement after admitting wrongdoing in several...
Chinese Teacher Issued Death Penalty After Poisoning Children
According to the higher Chinese court, a nursery teacher has been issued a death penalty for poisoning 25 nursery children. Last year at a kindergarten...
Stolen Books Valued €2.5 million Discovered Beneath Romania House Floor
According to police books that were stolen from a warehouse in London valued at €2.5million have been discovered from a rural house in Romania. The...
USA Halts China’s Exports Over Claims Of Right Abuses.
The USA has decided to halt major exports from China’s Xinjiang district due to alleged human rights abuses against Uighur Muslim minorities. According to...
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