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فاکتورهای بسیاری تعیین کننده هستند: سن افراد، وضعیت فعلی تحصیلی، بودجه در دسترس، وضعیت فعلی کشورهای مقصد و هدف فرد از مهاجرت از جمله این موارد هستند. صرف خروج از کشور برای تحصیل در هر نقطه ای از دنیا لزوما مفید نیست. بلکه مهاجرت تحصیلی با برنامه و دانش لازم و آشنایی با شرایط، می تواند برای افراد مفید واقع شود. ما با بهره‌گیری از وکلا و مشاوران آشنا به این امر که بسیاری از آن ها از تجربیات شخصی نیز در تحصیل در خارج از کشور برخودارند، آماده راهنمایی شما در رابطه با مهاجرت تحصیلی، کشورهای مقصد برای تحصیل، دانشگاه های خارج از کشور و سایر امور مربوط به تحصیل در خارج از کشور هستیم. مهم ترین عامل دانستن فرصت های تحصیلی در کشورهای مختلف است. کارشناسان ما با دانستن این فرصت ها شما را به مسیری که مناسب شرایط شماست راهنمایی خواهند کرد 

مهاجرت و گزینه تحصیل

امروزه مهاجرت تحصیلی، نه تنها در کشور ما بلکه در بسیاری از کشورها، یک پدیده رایج و گزینه‌ای در دسترس برای علاقه‌ مندان به ادامه تحصیل است. دانشجویان از کشورهای مختلف و به دلایل گوناگون جذب کشورهایی می شوند که از نظر آموزش عالی در وضعیت مناسبی قرار دارند. انگیزه این دانشجویان عمدتا داشتن آینده ای روشن تر از نظر شغلی و درواقع سرمایه‌گذاری در آینده خودشان با دریافت تحصیلات با کیفیت است. البته مهاجرت تحصیلی یک نسخه طلایی و تضمینی برای موفقیت در آینده و برای همه افراد نیست، اما با توجه به گزینه های گوناگون و شرایط متفاوت افراد می تواند برای بسیاری حامل فرصت های شگفت انگیز و باورنکردنی باشد.

New laws will prevent illegal immigrants taking to Britain’s roads

New laws will prevent illegal immigrants taking to Britain’s roads it has been announced. The new legislation will be introduced as part of the Coalition’s UK Immigration Bill in an attempt to prevent people, who have no right to be in the UK, from accessing a UK driving licence.The new Bill will give the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) powers to check the UK immigration status of individuals applying a UK driving licence. Furthermore, immigrants who currently hold a UK licence, but have overstayed their UK Visa will have their licence revoked.UK immigration officials have stated that denying illegal immigrants access to driving licences slightly hinders their independence and will highlight to them that UK immigration authorities are monitoring them and denying them privileges they are not entitled to.Handing powers to the DVLA to check on the status of immigrants in Britain is part of widespread plans to make it tougher for illegal immigrants to remain in the UK. The new Immigration Bill also plans to crackdown down on illegal immigrants opening bank accounts and having access to the NHS.UK Immigration Minister, Mark Harper, said: “The Coalition is striking a balance between legitimate immigrants who benefit the economy and illegal immigration.”The powers handed to the DVLA will allow them to compile a database of illegal immigrants and monitor those applying for licences that have no right to be in the United Kingdom. Such information can then be passed onto UK immigration authorities who will be able to act on the intelligence supplied.In a statement from a DVLA spokesperson they said: “Illegal immigrants driving on UK roads presents a real problem as they may not have undergone certain checks that determine their ability to drive. For instance, medical records may not be accessible as they will not have registered with a GP.”By clamping down on access to driving licences the Government hopes to stifle the movement of illegal immigrants and prevent them from causing serious accidents on Britain’s roadways.In recent years a number of high profile cases involving illegal immigrants causing fatalities on the UK’s roads have sparked outrage. Legal motorists have become increasingly frustrated that illegal immigrants driving vehicles on Britain’s road network are not being ‘dealt with correctly’.The DVLA has also conceded that a high proportion of illegal immigrants operating motor vehicles in Britain are likely to be doing so without insurance, meaning that if they are involved in an accident that is their fault, it is usually the victim that suffers the financial ramifications.

مهاجرت تحصیلی

امروزه مهاجرت تحصیلی، نه تنها در کشور ما بلکه در بسیاری از کشورها، یک پدیده رایج و گزینه‌ای در دسترس برای علاقه‌ مندان به ادامه تحصیل است. دانشجویان از کشورهای مختلف و به دلایل گوناگون جذب کشورهایی می شوند که از نظر آموزش عالی در وضعیت مناسبی قرار دارند. انگیزه این دانشجویان عمدتا داشتن آینده ای روشن تر از نظر شغلی و درواقع سرمایه‌گذاری در آینده خودشان با دریافت تحصیلات با کیفیت است. البته مهاجرت تحصیلی یک نسخه طلایی و تضمینی برای موفقیت در آینده و برای همه افراد نیست، اما با توجه به گزینه های گوناگون و شرایط متفاوت افراد می تواند برای بسیاری حامل فرصت .های شگفت انگیز و باورنکردنی باشد

uk immigration

UK immigration has come under a savage attack from an EU commissioner who branded Britain’s immigration policy as nasty, sparking an angry response from UK Prime Minister, David Cameron.

Cameron described Lazlo Andor’s comments about UK immigration policy as completely ‘unacceptable’.

Cameron’s response was provoked by Andor who implied that Britain was a ‘nasty’ nation because of its attempts to restrict benefits for immigrants and limit freedom of movement into the UK by EU nationals.In response to Andor’s comments, David Cameron chose an EU summit in Lithuania to deliver his thoughts, saying: “I expect better behaviour from Mr Andor, after all it’s not his job to criticise UK immigration policies.”Mr Cameron added that the UK has plenty of support from a number of nations across Europe regarding Britain’s stance on immigration.Mr Andor’s comments came in reaction to the UK Government’s plans to tighten the eligibility rules on welfare claims for EU nationals moving to Great Britain, branding the new rules an ‘unfortunate overreaction.’Hungarian national Andor, said: “In future, should Mr Cameron have his way, citizens from other EU countries would not be able to claim out-of-work benefits for the first three months and would not be able to extend claims beyond six months if they have no genuine prospect of work.”Under new UK immigration rules, workers would have to provide evidence of their income to qualify for benefits, with housing benefit likely to be affected by the new rules also.Speaking on support from other European nations regarding Britain’s stance on UK immigration policies, Mr Cameron had this to say: “People moving to countries for a job is one thing but I’m not in favour of people moving to be able to claim benefits.”He added: “I’ve had strong support from other European countries that all face these similar pressures and want to put in place proper and sensible measures.”During a speech whilst visiting London, EU Home Affairs Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom said: “The UK is a wonderful country, but there’s little evidence to suggest a culture of ‘benefit tourism’.”She added: “Freedom of movement has been of gigantic benefit to the UK – for the people who come here to work and who have contributed to the British economy, and for the hundreds of thousands, millions of Brits who live abroad and who work or retire at the Costa Del Sol and we should by no means limit this, this is very important to defend.”

Renewal of the immigration concession for Syrian nationals

The Government has renewed the immigration concession for Syrian nationals for another year, until 28 February 2015. This concession gives greater flexibility to Syrian nationals who are in the UK on a visa, by offering them more ways to extend their stay in the UK.If you are a Syrian national and your permission to stay in the UK (leave to remain) is about to expire, or has expired in the last 28 days, and you wish to stay in the UK this concession means that there are two options available to you:

Nigel Farage calls for five-year ban on migrant benefits

He also suggested they should not be eligible for tax credits.

It comes as a survey suggests 77% of Britons want to see immigration cut.

The coalition brought in a three month ban on EU citizens getting out-of-work benefits ahead of work restrictions being lifted for Bulgarians and Romanians on 1 January.

But Mr Farage, whose party fought the last election on a policy of halting immigration for five years, said the government should go much further.

 

He said the cost of migrants claiming in-work welfare payments, such as child benefit, housing benefit and tax credits, had not been factored in to the government's calculations.

"We must be completely mad, as a country, to be giving people from Eastern Europe in-work benefits," he told BBC News.

And he said lower economic growth was a price worth paying for cutting immigration.

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