Failure rates among international movers taking statutory Canadian citizenship tests have soared since tougher questions and revamped rules, including a higher pass mark, were introduced earlier this year.
An attempt to impose a minimum salary level on international movers to Kuwait before they can renew the residencies of their spouses and children has been rejected.
Net migration in to the UK increased by more than 200,000 in the year to April, according to new statistics.
American businesses are concerned that the economy’s recovery could be put at risk by a shortage of people taking jobs in the logistics industry.
Thousands of Irish students could be forced into international relocation if the country’s colleges and universities impose big registration fee rises, the country’s students’ union has warned.
The headlines were all about orders for new trains to help ease overcrowding on lines around London, but for the freight industry, the big news of Wednesday’s announcement concerned a go-ahead for long-awaited improvements to a vital freight corridor.
Japanese shipping company NYK Logistics has given a vote of confidence to the market for international freight movements to the UK by launching a new less-than-container-load (LCL) service from south-east Asia.
The UK government is to restrict the number of skilled international movers coming to Britain from outside the European Union from April 2011 to 21,700.
Magazine circulations may be in terminal decline in much of the Western world, thanks to the internet, but this worldwide trend is being bucked in spectacular fashion in the Far East.
Just as traditional as the Christmas shopping rush at this time every year are the predictions of where in the world will be the hot places to look for international relocation over the next 12 months.
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