Latest press releases in Immigration Services
Pro Visas Solution Has Been Listed in Best Immigration Advisers in Auckland
The news of Pro Visas Solution being ranked as one of the best Immigration Adviser in Auckland has swelled the spirits of its team to work harder. Whether one requires a visa advice or an immigration plan, Pro Visas' professionals are available to cater all the needs. Moreover, the team is a quick and efficient processor of their customer’s application.
Metropolis Asia Launches International Migration Website
The Commission on Filipinos Overseas launched the Metropolis Asia website directed towards the development of strategic responses to the effects of international migration and capacity building of its partners in the Region via information and data sharing. This is expected to be achieved through the establishment of a virtual research network that gathers key resources in which one of the primary channels would be the website.
Vietnam-visa.com Lauching Multi-language Versions for Vietnam Visa Service
A launching of three new website versions in French, Spanish and German has been announced recently from Vietnam-visa.com. The announcement also stated how the local language websites are part of the multi-language project and being tailored specifically for French, Germany and Spanish speaking users.
Vietnam-visa.com To Launch Upgraded Website Version
Recently, an upgraded version of Vietnam-visa.com has been released with more user-friendly interface and new features that are tailored to usersâ€™ needs. The launching of new version has received positive feedback from users.
Canadian Immigration Law Firm Canadim Launches New Site
Canadim is an immigration law firm based out of Montreal, Quebec. They specialize in providing Canadian immigration legal services. They have recently performed a major upgrade in their online portfolio by launching a new website boasting faster performance and easier access for clients to fill out visa assessments.
Famous Fossil Secretly Scanned in Texas 1 2 >>
The 3.2 million-year-old hominid skeleton, found in Ethiopia in 1974, made a 10-day stop at UTA's High-Resolution X-ray Computed Tomography Facility in September after an eight-month exhibit at the Houston Museum of Natural Sciences.