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Infotems Inc. is running its BETA program in the United States with great success.
If you do any US immigration, soon you will benefit from those features as well,
all included in the Enterprise suite. Participation in the BETA program is FREE
and the Beta group drives the functionality of the software. Please let us know
if you're interested in the BETA program or if you have any questions otherwise.
We thank all our participants for their great feedback. We are working non-stop to bring you the best features in a web-based legal software. As a web-based software catering to Immigration lawyers, our goal is to enhance your business effectiveness and make life easier.
We at Infotems would like to wish you all a very safe and happy holiday season and a prosperous New Year! We look forward to working with you and having another great year ahead!
Canada welcomes Bhutanese refugees
Some 100,000 Bhutanese refugees of ethnic Nepalese descent have been living in refugee camps run by the United Nations since the early 1990's, having been forced to leave Bhutan and live in exile.
Following repeated failed attempts at repatriation, a group of seven Western countries agreed to accept 70,000 of these refugees. Canada will be welcoming 5,000 of them over the next five years. To support this project, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Canada (CIMC) has allocated $1.3 million for advance health screening of the Bhutanese coming to Canada and to provide treatment, where necessary, before they relocate.
Premier of Quebec plans to attract and retain more international students
Quebec Premier Jean Charest hopes to establish a new system to help foreign students stay in Quebec to pursue their careers upon graduation. Charest says that more international students would help Quebec meet its demographic challenge caused by a low provincial birthrate.
Jean Charest and his Liberal team intend to implement a major campaign to recruit more international students. They plan to create a system that would issue special certificates to foreign graduates of Quebec post-secondary academic institutions. They hope to attract international students by advertising the province's need to fill 700,000 jobs by 2011, and by offering them a system which would speed up the processing of their immigration applications.
A recent Canadian Bureau for International Education study shows that less than one out of ten international graduates remains in Quebec upon graduation.
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