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Property owners with portfolios exceeding Dh2 million may soon receive Golden Visas without applying, as per UAE's ICP officials. The visa, initially for outstanding contributors, expanded to include investors and frontline workers.

The new initiative links land departments with ICP to automatically issue Golden Visas during visa renewals. Property buyers no longer need a minimum down payment of Dh1 million.

The initiative, effective this year, streamlines the visa process and is popular among residents for its benefits like family sponsorship and flexible stay options. The UAE Innovates exhibition showcased governmental innovation projects, marking a culture of innovation in the country.
The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) confirms a rise in the local qualifying salary from SG$1,400 to SG$1,600 effective July 1, announced during the Budget 2024 speech by Finance Minister Lawrence Wong.

The salary determines firms' Work Permit and S Pass quota entitlement based on local employees. Introduced to prevent salary manipulation, the adjustment aligns with rising wages.

Employers must adhere to salary notification deadlines. Personalized Employment Pass holders issued after Jan. 1, 2023, will submit annual salary notifications in 2025. Calculations for foreign worker quotas remain unchanged, as outlined on the MOM website.
An independent review reveals that Immigration NZ prioritized visa processing speed over migrant exploitation risks, despite staff concerns. The Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV) administration lacked a thorough risk assessment, leading to exploitation vulnerabilities.

INZ faces criticism for neglecting risk mitigation amid high demand post-pandemic. Ministry officials acknowledge shortcomings and pledge improvements.

Despite efforts to streamline immigration, concerns persist over migrant welfare and employer accountability. The review prompts calls for stricter oversight and better compliance measures to safeguard migrant workers in New Zealand.
USCIS has officially implemented increased fees for premium processing of various visa classifications, including H-1B and employment-based categories. The fee hike, effective since February 26, affects forms such as I-907, I-140, I-539, and I-765.

USCIS justifies the move citing inflation and the need to cover operational expenses. Despite criticism from individuals and organizations, the agency made the fee adjustments.

The H-1B visa, crucial for hiring highly skilled workers, notably benefits Indian nationals. The changes reflect ongoing efforts to streamline immigration processes while addressing funding needs for USCIS operations.

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