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  • Ireland: Re-commencement of Applications for Short-stay Entry Visas

    Ireland: Re-commencement of Applications for Short-stay Entry Visas

    The Irish government will resume short-term visa processing beginning Monday, Sept. 13.

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  • UK: Right to Work Check Guidance Updated for EUSS Applicants

    UK: Right to Work Check Guidance Updated for EUSS Applicants

    The UK’s Home Office has provided updated guidance for European Union Settlement Scheme applicants and their dependents.

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  • UK: Right to Work Checks Rules Updated

    UK: Right to Work Checks Rules Updated

    Starting on Apr. 5, 2022, employers must check the employee’s physical documents to verify right to work status.

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  • UK: Home Office Announces New Immigration Routes

    UK: Home Office Announces New Immigration Routes

    The UK government recently released its Innovation Strategy with the Home Office’s new immigration routes.

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  • UK: Home Office to Begin Requesting Paychecks from Sponsored Workers

    UK: Home Office to Begin Requesting Paychecks from Sponsored Workers

    The UK Home Office has begun requesting the proof of employment from employers for any sponsored foreign nationals.

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  • United Kingdom: New Skilled Worker Pilot Program to Launch, Reducing Barriers to Entry

    United Kingdom: New Skilled Worker Pilot Program to Launch, Reducing Barriers to Entry

    The UK Home Office has added a tentative piece of legislation to the Skilled Worker program, streamlining the immigration process for skilled worker refugees and displaced foreign nationals.

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  • France: Deadline for UK Citizens to Apply for Resettlement Moved to September 30, 2021

    France: Deadline for UK Citizens to Apply for Resettlement Moved to September 30, 2021

    France will give UK citizens until Sept. 30th to apply for their residency under the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.

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  • Ireland: Public Submission Opened for Critical Skills Occupations Lists

    Ireland: Public Submission Opened for Critical Skills Occupations Lists

    Ireland’s Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment is now accepting public submissions for input before their review of the Critical Skills Occupations list and the Ineligible Occupations list.

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  • UK: Graduate Route Begins Accepting Applications

    UK: Graduate Route Begins Accepting Applications

    The Graduate Route serves as a way for recent graduates to fully engage in career opportunities while transitioning into the U.K. job market and the Skilled Worker Route.

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  • UK: Update to Right to Work Check Requirements for EEA Nationals

    UK: Update to Right to Work Check Requirements for EEA Nationals

    After the U.K. published a draft version of the 2021 Codes of Practice for Employers, updated guidance was provided for U.K. Right to Work checks.

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  • UK: [REMINDER] One week left for EU nationals to apply for EU Settlement Scheme in the UK

    UK: [REMINDER] One week left for EU nationals to apply for EU Settlement Scheme in the UK

    The deadline to apply for Settlement in the U.K. is June 30, 2021, and the applicant must have been living in the U.K. before Dec. 31, 2020.

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  • Ireland:  Facing Healthcare Worker Shortage, Certain Occupations Taken off Ineligible List for Employment Permits

    Ireland: Facing Healthcare Worker Shortage, Certain Occupations Taken off Ineligible List for Employment Permits

    Facing a shortage of critical healthcare workers, Damien English will remove certain employment occupations from the ineligible list for sourcing from outside of Ireland.

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  • Ireland: Long Stay and Pre-clearance Visa Processing Resumed

    Ireland: Long Stay and Pre-clearance Visa Processing Resumed

    Irish Consulates are now processing ALL long-stay visas, including D visas.

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  • June 30 Deadline For Resettlement Application Approaching For EU Nationals Living In The UK

    June 30 Deadline For Resettlement Application Approaching For EU Nationals Living In The UK

    Citizens of the EU, EEA or Switzerland are able to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK after June 30, 2021

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  • Europe: June 30 Deadline For UK National Resettlement Applications Approaching For Some EU Countries

    For U.K. nationals seeking residence in an EU country, deadlines are approaching to obtain the required immigration status.

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  • Ireland: Burgh Quay Reopens After Five Months of Closure

    Ireland: Burgh Quay Reopens After Five Months of Closure

    The Burgh Quay Registration Office in Dublin, Ireland has announced that they will begin accepting appointments for foreign nationals needing an Irish Residence Permit (IRP) card.

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  • Ireland: Consulate Visa Processing Has Been Suspended Until Further Notice

    Ireland: Consulate Visa Processing Has Been Suspended Until Further Notice

    Visa processing at all Ireland consulates abroad have been suspended to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

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  • [UPDATED] UK: Right to Work Checks Rules Updated

    [UPDATED] UK: Right to Work Checks Rules Updated

    Starting on September 1, 2021, employers must check the employee’s physical documents to verify right to work status. An online share code can also be used.

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  • UK Graduate Route to Provide Post-Study Work Opportunities for International Graduate Students

    UK Graduate Route to Provide Post-Study Work Opportunities for International Graduate Students

    Unsponsored graduate program to be made available July 1 for international graduates to live and work in the U.K.

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  • Priority Processing Again Made Available in UK

    Priority Processing Again Made Available in UK

    Priority Processing is now available again for certain visa types when filed from within the U.K.

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