Remit2India Offers – March/April 2014

Remit2India Extra Paisa Benefit Offer

Remit2India Offer

We have a few exciting offers for NRIs across the world. Currently, specific offers can be availed in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and all across Europe.

Check out the offers below:

Australia

Send money and get upto 40 paisa extra per AUD. Simply send money via www.remit2india.com and get additional benefit on each dollar you send home, effectively increasing your exchange rate.

How this works?
If your sending amount is between AUD 50 – AUD 3,500 you get 30 paisa extra per AUD.
If your sending amount is between AUD 3,501 – AUD 9,999 you get assured 40 paisa extra per AUD.

United Kingdom

Send money to India from UK via www.remit2india.com and get a complete fee waiver on all transactions, regardless the volume. On top of that you get up to 40 paisa extra on your transactions. Not only do you save on fees, but also get better exchange rates during the offer period.

How this works?
If your sending amount is between GBP 50 – GBP 1,500 you get flat 25 paisa extra + Complete fee waiver.
If your sending amount is above GBP 1,501 you get assured 40 paisa extra + Complete fee waiver on transactions.

Europe
Send money from any European country and get upto 40 paisa extra per euro. The more money you send the higher the benefits. Visit www.remit2india.com today.

How this works?
If your sending amount is between Euro 50 – Euro 1,500 you get flat 30 paisa extra
If your sending amount is between Euro 50 – Euro 1,500 you get flat 35 paisa extra
If your sending amount is between Euro 50 – Euro 1,500 you get flat 40 paisa extra

Canada
Send money to India from Canada and get a complete fee waiver. Get maximum value for your money transfer with this offer.
 

 


 

*TimesofMoney will reserve the right of extending / reducing the duration of the offer.

Indian Immigrants in the US

Indian immigration to the US is a fairly popular phenomenon, growing rapidly during the 1990s and 2000s and totaling around 1.6 million, making them the third-largest immigrant group after Mexican and Filipino immigrants.
Indian immigrants (called NRIs or Non-Resident Indians) are heavily concentrated in California and New Jersey, California having the largest number of Indian immigrants (18.7% of the Indian-born population), followed by New Jersey (11.6%), New York, Texas, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Florida and Georgia. The Indian immigrant population more than doubled in 10 states between 2000 and 2008, such as Montana, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Arizona and Washington. In 2007, India received one-third or 158,000 of all H-1B visas (including new visas and renewals). The second largest number went to Canadian citizens – 26,000 visas only.
Compared to other immigrant groups the Indian foreign born are much educated – nearly 75% of Indians have a bachelor’s degree or higher. Nearly half of all Indian immigrants resided in California, New Jersey, New York and Texas. There were about 2.3 million immigrants residing in the United States in 2010.
The above data when closely examined could mean that remittances to India might see an upward trend in the years to come. This is also true if we see the remittances data in the past years, showing an upward movement. Also, India has been ranked as no.1 remittances receiving country as per the recent World Bank report on migration and remittances.

Source: – * MPI