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a probe or sound; a long thin rod used to probe the opening or a tract or a cavity in order to determine its direction, source or depth.
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They are officially registered as asylum seekers and are asked to give a brief statement outlining why they are afraid of persecution or death.
Mr Hartsuyker said the Government s reforms will improve attendance rates by providing stronger incentives for job seekers to meet their mutual-obligation requirements.
Reports said asylum seekers have sought an order for them to be transported out of Christmas Island to a place where they can receive appropriate care.
Job seekers have no way of knowing where they stand, or if their resumes are getting noticed.
The main highlight of the fairs will include giving dedicated and talented job seekers the opportunity to meet with employers nationally in over 90 cities and over 120 Job Fairs.
While the research found that 34 per cent of the people questioned had a generally positive view of asylum seekers, it found that 30 per cent of participants had a "very negative view", with several people responding that asylum seekers "don't belong here" or should "go home".
I READ the Record story about the knife attack on two asylum seekers at Drumchapel High School in Glasgow.
Whether you use them to seek out job postings or to post your resume, only 2% to 4% of job seekers find a job using one of these services.
The number of asylum seekers living in the North-East has fallen by almost a quarter in the past year, new figures have revealed.
NEW asylum seekers are being electronically tagged to stop them vanishing if their applications to stay in Britain fail.
In the first half of 2005, New York City real estate brokerage firm Nest Seekers International announced closing $450 Million in real estate transactions.
Some asylum seekers fled countries known for corruption, brutality and the violation of human rights.