Lucy Halse

Lucy is a Content Marketing Associate at Envoy Global.

  • Immigration Trends 2022: Immigration in the Era of Remote Work

    Immigration Trends 2022: Immigration in the Era of Remote Work

    Many employees favor working remotely, it has had mixed results in the eyes of employers. Envoy’s 2022 Immigration Trends Report takes a further look at the impacts of remote work on immigration.

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  • Immigration Trends 2022: Employment-Based Immigration Needs Reform

    Immigration Trends 2022: Employment-Based Immigration Needs Reform

    U.S. employers largely support the current administration’s handling of employment-based immigration. Even so, employers are seeking alternatives outside the U.S. to hire and retain foreign.

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  • Immigration Trends 2022: Demand for Foreign Talent Remains High

    Immigration Trends 2022: Demand for Foreign Talent Remains High

    According to Envoy’s 2022 Immigration Trends Report, employers are eager to hire foreign talent for their workforce, and they expect this trend to increase.

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  • Immigration Trends 2022: Key Findings from Envoy Global’s Report

    Immigration Trends 2022: Key Findings from Envoy Global’s Report

    Envoy Global, a leading immigration services provider, is excited to announce the release of its 2022 Immigration Trends Report. Here are six key takeaways.

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  • The Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act: A Legislative Vaccine Against COVID-19?

    The Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act: A Legislative Vaccine Against COVID-19?

    The Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act may help alleviate the country’s shortage of healthcare workers.

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  • U.S. Immigration: 2021 Year in Review

    U.S. Immigration: 2021 Year in Review

    As 2021 winds down, we are looking back at some key updates in U.S. employment-based immigration.

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  • USCIS Reaches H-2B Cap for the First Half of Fiscal Year 2022

    USCIS Reaches H-2B Cap for the First Half of Fiscal Year 2022

    (USCIS) announced that it has received enough H-2B petitions for temporary nonagricultural workers to meet the congressionally mandated cap for the first half of FY 2022

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  • The New COVID-19 Vaccine Passport: Your Ticket to Travel?

    The New COVID-19 Vaccine Passport: Your Ticket to Travel?

    Although some consider COVID-19 vaccine passports to be a ticket to freedom for international travel, many questions remain about their scope and application.

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  • The International Entrepreneur Parole Program, Explained

    The International Entrepreneur Parole Program, Explained

    The International Entrepreneur Parole (IEP) program is intended to help foreign entrepreneurs establish startup businesses in the U.S.

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  • Points-based Immigration: A Potential Option for The U.S.?

    Points-based Immigration: A Potential Option for The U.S.?

    Could a points-based immigration system be a viable option for the U.S.? Take a closer look at how it's different than a quota system.

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  • The Schengen Zone: Everything You Need to Know

    The Schengen Zone: Everything You Need to Know

    The Schengen Area, also called the “Schengen Zone,” consists of 26 countries across Europe.

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  • UK Announces Statement of Changes to Immigration Rules

    UK Announces Statement of Changes to Immigration Rules

    The UK has announced a series of changes to their immigration rules aimed at enticing foreign workers to remain in the UK. Changes take effect in the early spring and mid-summer of 2021.

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  • Benin Government Announces New Electronic Passport System

    Benin Government Announces New Electronic Passport System

    The Government of Benin has announced plans to implement an electronic Passport (ePassport) system designed to expedite clearance and facilitate entry for passport holders at ports of entry.

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  • Estonia Announces Minimum Salary Levels for 2021

    Estonia Announces Minimum Salary Levels for 2021

    Estonia has updated its national minimum salary levels for 2021. Minimum monthly salary levels have risen 2.9% from 2020. The new minimum wages are in effect nationwide through March 2, 2022.

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  • Netherlands Grants More Business Activity Rights to UK Business Visitors

    Netherlands Grants More Business Activity Rights to UK Business Visitors

    The Netherlands is now allowing more activities for UK national business visitors. UK nationals may now perform more activities without a work permit, including research and analysis.

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  • UK Government Releases 2021 Budget Report; Aims to Attract More Foreign Talent

    UK Government Releases 2021 Budget Report; Aims to Attract More Foreign Talent

    The Government of the UK has released a 2021 Budget Report with changes to the country’s immigration regime. The 2021 Budget Plan unveils several proposed plans.

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  • China’s Expert Bureau Announces Relaxed Shanghai Work Permit Requirements

    China’s Expert Bureau Announces Relaxed Shanghai Work Permit Requirements

    To attract more skilled foreign workers, the Chinese government has relaxed eligibility requirements and certain rules for Shanghai Work Permit applicants.

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  • Ukraine Publishes Minimum Salary Rates for 2021

    Ukraine Publishes Minimum Salary Rates for 2021

    The Ukrainian government has posted new minimum wage levels for 2021. The minimum salary level nationwide is now UAH 60,000 per month. New salary levels affect new, pending and existing applications.

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  • Thailand Announces More Requirements for 90-Day Report Applications

    Thailand Announces More Requirements for 90-Day Report Applications

    The Government of Thailand has added more requirements for 90-day report applications.

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  • Italy Issues Post-Brexit Guidance for UK Nationals

    Italy Issues Post-Brexit Guidance for UK Nationals

    The Italian government has published new guidance for UK nationals following the Brexit transition.

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