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Weekly Immigration News Round up 30 May 2010 | Immigration Matters

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Major report shows that migration brings substantial benefits to developing countries 

A major four-year research project, involving field work in seven countries, shows that people who migrate from developing countries greatly increase their own income and bring many benefits to their families and communities back home.

UK sees reverse in migration trend from EU

For the first time more Eastern European migrants, from countries like Poland, Latvia and the Czech Republic, are leaving the UK than arriving, according to Home Office figures published this week.

Sham marriage operation run by immigration adviser uncovered by Sky News

An illegal marriage operation run by an OISC-licensed immigration adviser has been uncovered by a Sky News investigation.

Queen’s speech confirms proposals for immigration cap

There are also proposals to place an annual limit on non-EU immigration, which does not need primary legislation…

Beware of fake job offers and internet scams

Last year Immigration Matters warned of fake job offers and scams being emailed to thousands of desperate job hunters hoping to work abroad. Despite warnings from this publication and various government offices such as the Department of Labor and Employment in the Philippines, the scammers are still at it and people are still being duped.

New job opportunities for OFWs in Taiwan

The Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) said there is a resurgent of new job opportunities in Taiwan as export sector recovers from the economic slump in 2008 that caused several Filipino workers in Taiwan lost jobs.

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