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The Saudi government has created a new short-term work visa for certain foreign nationals. Qualified employees may work in Saudi Arabia for a visa-sponsoring entity up to 90 days per year.
The National Assembly has approved a comprehensive immigration reform bill that replaces the Visa de Excepcion de Corta Duracion with an Acts of Commerce Visa.
In 2022, the Government of Singapore will lower its S Pass quota for the manufacturing sector. Quotas will drop from 20 percent to 18 percent in 2022, and will be further reduced to 15 percent in 2023
Starting Jan. 1, 2024, a new law will prevent international businesses without regional headquarters in Saudi Arabia from contracting with institutions, agencies & funds owned by the Saudi government.
Greece has announced its EU Blue Card quota for 2021-2022. The latest quota includes 380 spots in the Attica region and 226 spots available across Greece.
The Saudi Council of Ministers has approved a new database called the United National Employment Platform to help job seekers by facilitating and streamlining the employee recruitment & hiring process
The Irish government has published actions it intends to take this year to simplify and digitize Ireland’s immigration services in 2021.
The government of South Africa plans to add more professions to its list of Critical Skills to compensate for a lack of skilled workers in the country.
The Government of Seychelles has modified the framework of the Gainful Occupation Permit (COP) to give local workers greater access to the labor market.
Mauritania's Department of Labour has launched a new online work permit management platform. The new process is expected to improve the application process and reduce turnaround time.
Canada is expanding permanent residency opportunities for certain foreign workers.
The new national minimum wage is EUR 1,024 gross per month in Slovenia for 2021. New minimum wages are an 8.0% increase from 2020 and apply to initial, current, and pending applications.
The Canadian government has announced new COVID-19 test and quarantine requirements for individuals planning to enter the country.
Hong Kong (SAR) residents and BN(O) passport holders may apply for a new work permit. The new permit allows qualified applicants to live and work in Canada for up to three years.
Minimum wages in Slovakia have increased to EUR 623 per month in 2021. The new minimum wage is a 7.4% increase from the previous 2020 level of EUR 520.
The Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) has announced a new remote work visa for individuals who want to work from the country remotely.
Cyprus has updated its Revised Posted Worker Directive to add a six-month posting extension for postings that were previously limited to a maximum of one year.
U.S. and Israeli nationals must obtain a Visit or Tourist Visa for continuous or cumulative stays in Bolivia for 30 days or more per year.