A Filipino nurse and his family living in Carmarthenshire who were told they must leave the UK have won their campaign against deportation. Hundreds of people joined the fight to allow Aldrin Quibuyen, 36, to remain in Ammanford, where he has lived with his wife and two children for four Read more »
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The South Korean embassy suspended the issuance of all employment visa applications filed by potential migrant Filipino workers pending the result of a probe into cases of its nationals who allegedly fell prey to extortionists at the Bureau of Immigration in Manila.
By Jerome Aning – MANILA, Philippines — The United States’ National Council of State Boards of Nursing has announced that it will begin administering its licensure exams in Manila on August 23. Scheduling for examination appointments will begin on Friday, according to a notice posted on the NCSBN website, www.ncsbn.org. Read more »
by Eric Weiner – The current debate over immigration in the United States is part of a much larger global issue. The world today consists of vast networks of floating populations â€” from the Indian construction worker who moves to Dubai to the American retiree who heads for the Read more »
Michigan Governor Jennifer Ganholm has signed into law House Bill 4207, allowing Filipino and other foreign nursing graduates who wish to work in the state to apply to take the National Council Licensing Exam (NCLEX) without the need to pass the Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS) qualifying Read more »