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The UK Home Office has begun requesting the proof of employment from employers for any sponsored foreign nationals.
CPLP has officially signed a mobility agreement that will permit the granting of visas and residence permits as well as the movement of its citizens within member states.
On July 26, 2021, Carla Qualtrough and the Minister of IRCC announced new regulations providing added protections for temporary foreign workers.
Australia’s National Cabinet has temporarily reduced international passenger arrival caps by 50% to alleviate pressure on quarantine and health facilities.
Starting July 26th, with proof of vaccination, fully vaccinated travelers can enter the country.
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.
Nationals of Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine are now eligible to apply for the Business Harbor program. A work permit is not required.
On August 9, 2021, at 12:01 a.m. EDT, fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents can enter Canada for non-essential, discretionary travel.
Peru’s Ministry of Migration, Tourism and Travel has announced updated entry requirements for all travelers.
Canada announces new work permit for pending permanent residence applications.
The UAE has announced a new initiative to attract more software developers and coders to the country over the next five years.
The Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment updated the monthly salary requirements for Family Reunification applications.
Starting July 9, Switzerland and the EU will accept each other’s COVID-19 travel certificates.
Beginning Dec. 29, 2021, foreign nationals entering Russia for employment purposes will be required to undergo fingerprinting, photographs, and medical examinations within 30 calendar days.
Golden Visa holders who are on the mainland may now obtain a work permit from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation.
President Carlos Alvarado Quesada signed an amendment to Immigration Law 9996 that relaxes minimum requirements for capital investment and retirees living in Costa Rica.
France will give UK citizens until Sept. 30th to apply for their residency under the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.
In Sept. 2021, foreign investors may be eligible to obtain long-term residence visas in Oman.
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) announced that it will send refunds for 50,000 visa applications that were delayed during COVID-19 lockdowns.