Month: July 2013

Immigration Application to USA

USCIS Update on Immigration Application for Same-Sex Couples USCIS, today published additional frequently asked questions on immigration application based on same sex marriages. This is a follow up on its recent announcement of accepting and adjudicating same sex Immigration applications in the same manner as opposite sex couples in compliance with the recent supreme court […]

HOW TO FIND A RESEARCH PROJECT ABROAD

How to find a research project abroad Sometimes it can be difficult to find a research project abroad to fit your PHD. Let’s spend a few suggestions here and hot links! The sites here are not specific to any one area – if you want something more specific engineering, let me know. Some sites are […]

RECEITA FEDERAL LISTA MAIS 14 PARAÍSOS FISCAIS

Receita Federal lista mais 14 paraísos fiscais Recentemente, a Receita Federal aumentou a lista de paraísos fiscais. Qual a importância disso? ENORME. Empresas situadas em paraísos fiscais não podem se beneficiar da Resolução 2689, do Banco Central, que isenta os estrangeiros de Imposto de Renda nas transações em bolsa e também com títulos públicos. Ou […]

Custo de vida em Toronto

Custo de vida em Toronto Uma das perguntas que sempre recebo é sobre o custo de vida no Canadá. Para começar tudo depende do estilo de vida pessoal e também da cidade onde a pessoa irá viver no Canadá. Eu moro em Toronto, então, verifiquei o custo médio necessário para uma família de duas pessoas. […]

Cost of living in Toronto

Cost of living in Toronto One of the questions that I’ve been asked is about the cost of living in Canada. First of all, it all depends on your lifestyle and the city that you are planning to live in Canada. As I am living in Toronto, I decided to try to help out with […]

BrazilFest 2013

BrazilFest 2013 Since the heat reaches Toronto, the city prepares a schedule to enjoy the outdoors with many free options. One of the prominent attractions of the summer is The BrazilFest: the BrazilFest brings pastel, caipirinhas, drumsticks, coconut water, cool beer, barbecue, brazilian music, and local artists. The program also has the Beaches International Jazz […]

ICMS

ICMS (Imposto sobre Circulação de Mercadorias e Serviços) O que é ICMS? O ICMS é o Imposto sobre a Circulação de Mercadorias e Serviços, previsto no artigo 155, II da Constituição Federal de 1988, cujo principal fato gerador é a circulação de mercadorias. A Constituição atribuiu à União a competência para criar a lei geral […]

More than 1,000 Super Visas issued every month

More than 1,000 Super Visas issued every month More than 20,000 Parent and Grandparent Super Visas have been issued since the program’s launch in December 2011, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today. “The government is committed to family reunification and the Super Visa provides families with the flexibility to spend longer periods […]

New immigration rules and procedures effective August 1, 2013

New immigration rules and procedures effective August 1, 2013 Effective August 1, 2013, several changes will be made to the immigration rules and procedures. New rules have been adopted regarding procedures for the intake and processing of certain applications for a selection certificate submitted by permanent workers, investors, businesspeople and self-employed workers. These new rules […]

Brazil’s precarious new middle class

Brazil’s precarious new middle class demands more Brazil’s so-called “new middle class” gained recognition worldwide as a symbol of upward mobility. But the wave of demonstrations that brought millions out on to the streets in June has exposed the thin line that separates this group from slipping back into poverty. They had been planning the […]

Brazil’s new richest man

Brazil’s new richest man is building his empire on beer, burgers and ketchup While Brazil’s once-richest man fumbles away tens of millions of dollars a day, his successor to the title is amassing a fortune. Jorge Paulo Lemann is now Brazil’s richest man, having earned the distinction late last year amidst the precipitous fall of the country’s […]

Skilled Worker Programs are Still Open

Skilled Worker Programs are Still Open Intake caps and impending changes have applicants to Canada’s popular Federal and Quebec Skilled Worker programs working hard to ensure that their applications are submitted in a timely fashion. The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Canada’s biggest immigration program, has begun reporting on the numbers of applications received for […]

Super Visa for parents and grandparents

Super Visa for parents and grandparents received controversial reviews Since its launch in December 2011, the Canadian visa Super Visa for Parents and Grandparents has been a great success. More than 11,000 visas have been granted to parents and grandparents of permanent residents and Canadians, with a pass rate of about 80%. In December 2012, […]

New program CIC facilitates the immigration of technical professionals

New program CIC facilitates the immigration of technical professionals On January 2, 2013, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) began the immigration program for skilled technical professionals (FSTP – Federal Skilled Trades Program), geared more for the professional who puts, say, a “hands on”.See the requirements for the application and knows who actually designed the […]

MARRIAGE REGISTRATION IN BRAZIL

Marriage registration in Brazil Many people have questions about how to register in Brazil a marriage performed abroad. These questions were answered in Resolution No. 155 (2012) of the National Council of Justice (CNJ) and bring you the step by step to achieve the record. Initially, the record will depend on how the wedding was […]

THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA HAS CLARIFIED THE ROLE OF STUDENT ADVISORS

The Government of Canada has clarified the role of student advisors with respect to Canadian immigration matters and studies in Canada. Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and other stakeholders; CIC has clarified Section 91 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) as it affects International Student Advisors in Canada and Education Agents abroad, saying: […]

Failed your citizenship exam? Federal government to offer second chance

Failed your citizenship exam? Federal government to offer second chance After hounding the federal government for months to reduce the backlog of would-be immigrants waiting for their citizenship applications, Vancouver lawyer Richard Kurland praised new rules that will soon grant a one-time do-over for those who fail the citizenship test. Average waiting times for processing […]

Implementation of the Supreme Court Ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act

Implementation of the Supreme Court Ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act Statement from Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano: “After last week’s decision by the Supreme Court holding that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional, President Obama directed federal departments to ensure the decision and its implication for federal […]

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