...because they don't get the same access to government benefits like other immigrants do. If the government benefits are the one you expect when you migrate to other country, then you better stay at your current place. No one want to be dependent on government especially their welfare program. Deep down their hearts, no expats or immigrants want t
Of great! Not only they fake the Visa and perhaps passport, they also fake the diplomas. I wonder what this people jobs are. Some of them even has their PhD listed. Guess, this could impact the quality of education in Kuwait as many people probably take classes with this fake professors. Duh!
I know that the Chinese immigration policy sometimes regional and not solely depends on the central command (Beijing), as long as you stay within the boundary of the regional areas. I know Hong Kong and Macau like that, but because they are SAR or Special Administrative Region. But for Shanghai to open up like this will flood the city and it's metr
Yeah, so what are they going to do about it? In my opinion, having expats to work in the public sector caused more damage to the Kuwaiti in general. Of course the idea is to enrich the culture and give broader insight to the locals. But with the advancement of technology, they should reduce the number of expat that works for the government. Reducin
I know about the shortage, but not only in China, but throughout the region. The reason is that the traffic is alarmingly tripled for the past 10 years, even the smaller cargo plane is needed to reach a remote areas. This is a good opportunities actually for expats. The only thing that could hinder them is the immigration process in China is very t
This is only applies to Quebec. There is one thing that I noticed from Quebec immigration policy is that they prefer people who are able to speak, read and write in French language. In fact, this is the minimum requirement to migrate. As far as the program goes, they might bend the rule for a little, but the selection process is tedious only on the
Really! I know Shanghai, Guangzhou and Beijing is the most favorite place for expats to work on. But majority of expats in China are English teacher and domestic workers. If the IT workers are high paid, they are normally concentrated in the Pearl River Delta. But Hong Kong is out of question right now since the cost of living is too high.
This is similar everywhere in the world. Even in the US, I experienced it myself. One thing that expats do is to thrive whenever they live in different environment. The reason is simple, number one, they are under contract to perform the job that their employer wants, so they must fulfill the obligation by working as hard as they can. This attitude
That's not surprised. The reason is that lots of middle east countries are also want to return into their roots. Philosophically, those labor that doesn't have a specific skills will be cut. Not only in the UAE, but also other countries in the world. The question is whether the country of origin can receive back the influx of their citizen back wit
An Australian expat working for property site 99.co has been fired from his job after he called Singapore a "f****** s*** country" on Facebook. Free speech shall not be tolerated. Not even in civilized countries. On the other hand, is a game something one needs to become so upset about?