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Month: November 2014

New Immigration Policies in US brings many benefits for NRIs

New Immigration Policies in US brings many benefits for NRIs

US President, Barack Obama recently took his executive action on the immigration policy. Nearly 11 million undocumented workers will benefit from the policy. It is in benefit for American workers also, this is because they are constantly competing with the undocumented immigrants in the same niche. Imagine an employer has two options: one is to hire the undocumented labor that will be willing to work at 6$ an hour or hire authorized worker at minimum wage of 7.25$ an hour. With undocumented workers coming out of the shadows and getting authorization, they can demand minimum wage of 7.25$ same as of American worker.

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Why NRIs must get a PAN Card?

Why NRIs must get a PAN Card?

Indian residents residing out of India i.e. NRI (Non-Resident of India) should have a PAN (Permanent Account Number) card. It contains a unique alphanumeric number. PAN card is required to file for a tax return in India but that doesn’t necessarily means that those who have a PAN card must file for tax. PAN card is important for NRIs when they have to remit money to India or it is helpful for the NRI people in case of money exchange/ stock exchange and so on.

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OCI and PIO cards to be merged but what are they?

OCI and PIO cards to be merged but what are they?

Exactly one month ago from now on 29th September, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi announced the merging of OCI and PIO card at the Madison Square Garden where he enjoyed a rousing ovation from the Indian contingent as well as foreigners. But before they action comesinto existence, here’s a look at what they really are:

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Places Where NRI Loves To Visit in India?

Places Where NRI Loves To Visit in India?

There are two kinds of NRI (Non Personal Indians):

  • Born and brought up in Indian, then immigrated overseas for better knowledge, profession and lifestyle.
  • Born in Indian but brought up outside.

The first one’s really like and Skip Indian a lot, mainly because of the remembrances linked with themselves members and child years shenanigans.

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