The Quality Migrant Admission Scheme (“QMAS”) is a points based admission scheme for global talents to apply to settle in Hong Kong without first securing a job offer as normally required in work visa application. The scheme was first introduced in February 2006 with an initial quota of 1,000 applicants.
The US White House officials are intending to propose a new immigration policy, such as hiring 10,000 new immigration enforcement agents. The proposal is not related to the recent DACA (Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program) controversy; it is simply one of a broad set of immigration principles that the White house supports.
UK Home Office makes enormous profits from immigrants
The UK Home Office has been accused of rejecting UK visa applications based on technicalities and forcing visa applicants to reapply in order to increase profits. The UK may have the highest visa fees in the world. It is estimated that the Home Office is making an 800 % profit from some UK visa applications.