The parliament of the European Union have announced that Members are set to offer their final approval to alterations made on the European Blue Card
The South African Football Association have indicated interest in hosting the FIFA Club World Cup scheduled for December. This development comes follow Japan’s decision to
There were 799 arrivals of migrants into the EU from Turkey in the last week of August, This represents the highest number of entries since
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has called on the British Government to relax the new rules on immigration to permit entry of foreign workers.
Great Nnachi, an Italian born Nigerian was ineligible to compete at the just concluded Tokyo Olympics as she was unable to obtain Italian citizenship. The
The English Channel, which is a portion of the Atlantic Ocean separating the South of England from the North of France, witnessed its first landings
The world’s first eco-friendly mosque is now open in Hatta, an enclave of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. This development was revealed by the
A recent Labour Force Survey detailed that employment rose by 90,000 in Canada during the month of August. The previous months brought the employment within
The United Arab Emirates, as part of the nascent set of 50 new initiatives and projects, have revealed the launch of the new green visa.
The Canadian borders were effectively open to tourist from September 7, 2021. This is contingent on travellers having completed the full course of vaccination with
Nigerian President, President Muhammadu Buhari has officially launched the Nigeria Jubilee Fellow Programme (NJFP) on Tuesday 31st August, 2021;. The programme, which is in collaboration
A Canadian court ruled that the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) took to long to process a Permanent Residency application from a Syrian couple.
The extenuating government imposed travel restrictions has been identified by IATA as a bane to the convalescence of the international air travel. This revelation was
Some 350 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa were stopped from gaining access into the enclave of Melilla from Morocco. The North African country is a preferred
Following the unprecedented swift takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban and usurpation of the democratically elected government, thousands of Afghans have frenetically fled the country.
Representatives from African countries, the United Nations (UN) as well as the International Organisation of Migration (IOM) took part in a two day conference to
With Europe anticipating a surge in migrants due to the recent Afghanistan crisis, lawmakers in Greece are moving forward with new legislation to expedite the
While the world is somewhat surreptitiously recovering from the tremendous impact of the coronavirus pandemic, many countries are wary of dropping their guard on mitigation
Five Nigerians with disabilities were awarded the prestigious Chevening Scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic session. The UK Government revealed that this decision was predicated on
A study carried out by the recruitment platform, indeed, reveals that over 40% of people migrants domiciled in Germany have experienced some form of discrimination
No less than 7,000 more applications for the graduate stream of the recently launched Temporary Residence to Permanent Residence (TR to PR) pathways were received
Betsy Obaseki, the wife of the Edo State Governor, said that sports could be leveraged on as a solution to ameliorate irregular migration activities. She
The Libyan Coast Guard, a division of the Libyan Navy, rescued 172 illegal migrants off the western coast of Libya. This followed two serial operations
The Canadian government has set aside $100 million to provide settlement assistance to new immigrants over the course of the pandemic. This announcement was made
A bombshell statistic detailed in a correspondence between Miranda Newey, the Senior Medical Officer of the British Council and a Nigerian newspaper revealed that 5,528
Despite the concessions on the pandemic related border restrictions, International students are reluctant to return to New Zealand for studies. This development comes as thousands
A new report reveals that nearly half a million migrants have left Australia since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. The report was released by
Alexandre Gomes, the deputy head of the European delegation, stated that the EU had invested over 12 trillion Naira (26 billion euros) in the EU
Nigerians in diaspora have been assured by the Ministry of Foreign affairs that passports will be soon be delivered to their doorsteps via courier services.
The Nigerian Passport, which is the official travel document of her citizens, is now ranked 101st out of 199 indexed countries. The ranking is based
A recent report by the World Bank detailed the frightening scale of diminution of the Nigerian socio-economic framework. The multilateral institution provided data to corroborate
Following a highly competitive and onerous selection process, 30 Nigerians have been awarded fully funded scholarships by the US Consulate General. The beneficiaries, including a
South African expatriates in New Zealand gathered to show solidarity with their loved ones back home who have been affected by the recent insurrections. The
Julius Ssekitoleko, a Ugandan Weightlifter who went missing from an Olympic training Camp on Friday, has handed himself in. Recall, it was earlier reported that
Julius Ssekitoleko went missing from his Olympic training camp in Tokyo. He left a note stating that he wanted to stay back in Japan. This
A new work open work permit option is now available for essential workers and international student graduates in Canada. This revelation was made by the
In the last decade there has been a rise in the number of International students choosing to study in Canada. The promise of Canadian work