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Lamenting that talented foreign students are leaving the United States after studying in the country's best educational institutions, President Donald Trump, wants people with merit to stay in America and help the growth of companies in the US.

The US is losing out on great minds as the country has a ridiculous immigration policy. Looking forward to end loopholes in the legal immigration system to attract more people based on merit. The US Government now wants people to come into the country legally and on merit. The country boasts of all thee MNCs coming in the US. There is a need for great people in the US accepts US Govt., but want them to come in on a merit basis, and not in the way they have been coming in for years.

Trump has also referred to the difficulties being faced by foreign students to stay and work in the US after they complete their education in the country.
Niagara College has contacted more than 400 students admitted to its January 2019 programs who had taken IELTS tests at locations in India, telling them they had to undergo a second English test or risk losing their offer of admission.

Niagara College flagged concerns with inconsistencies in the scores of English-language tests taken by students applying from India. It has asked 428 applicants to retake the test in India or risk having their offers of acceptance cancelled.

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is accepted by most Canadian academic institutions and is one of two major English language tests used by Immigration Canada as independent proof of immigration or citizenship applicant’s language proficiency.

The school launched an investigation this fall after the number of first-year international students flagged by faculty for being at risk academically surged to 300 from an average of 150 in previous years.

Those students were made to take an in-house language test and the college found 200 out of that group were failing in their academic programs because their English was not at the required level. Further investigation found 80 per cent of them were from India and had taken their IELTS tests at locations run by Australia-based IDP Education.

New Zealand Education Think New

New Zealand Government has announced some changes in post study work rights this month and the move is well received by the New Zealand education aspirants and those who are already studying there. The highlights of the announcement area:

Three-year open work visa for international degree students: It will enable international degree students to apply and consolidate the skills acquired from studying and make an invaluable addition to their curriculum vitae. These changes further position New Zealand as a world-leading study destination for international students wanting to pursue a global career. A streamlined post-study career path for high quality international students builds on New Zealand's Number 1 ranking by the Economist Intelligence Unit as the best country in the world for preparing students for the future.

Changes to New Zealand's immigration settings are: • To provide a three-year post-study open work visa for degree Level 7 (bachelor degree) or above qualifications.
• To remove employer-assisted post-study work visas at all levels
• To provide a one-year post-study open work visa for students studying Level 4 to 6 and non-degree Level 7 qualifications. Students at this level outside of Auckland will be given an additional year (a two-year post-study open work visa) provided study is completed by December 2021. After that point, the entitlement reverts back to a one-year post-study open work visa
• An additional year will be given to Graduate Diploma graduates working towards registration with a professional or trade body.
• International students studying Level 8 qualifications in an area on New Zealand's Long-Term Skills Shortage list may bring their partner (eligible for an open work visa) and dependent children (eligible for fee-free domestic schooling).
• These settings will not impact current post-study work visa holders or international students.
• Through these changes, New Zealand wants to ensure student wellbeing and ensure post-study pathways contribute the skills and qualifications New Zealand needs.
• The changes align with the New Zealand Government's International Education Strategy 2018-2030, which sets a path for the future of New Zealand's international education sector.
For more information, please visit: changes-to-post-study-work-rights-for-international-students
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