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Newland Chase and CIBTvisas Welcome Frank Jura as Managing Director, Germany and Austria

January 21, 2021

Newland Chase and CIBTvisas are proud to welcome Frank Jura as Managing Director, Germany and Austria. In his new role, Frank will lead Newland Chase’s and CIBTvisas’ commercial and operational teams in Germany and Austria.

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AUSTRIA: Authentication of Diplomas Now Required for Initial Red-White-Red Card Plus Applications for Dependents of Red-White-Red Card Holders

February 2, 2018

Effective immediately, university diplomas and school leaving certificates submitted in support of initial Red-White-Red Card Plus (RWR Card Plus) applications by dependent family members of Red-White-Red Card (RWR Card) holders must be legalised and then authenticated under the ENIC-NARIC framework. Previously, ENIC-NARIC recognition of university diplomas was not required for these applicants. Who is affected […]

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AUSTRIA: New Police Clearance Requirement for Residence Applications in Vienna

January 15, 2018

Since the beginning of 2018, applicants for residence permits in Vienna must now submit a police clearance certificate from each country in which they have resided for more than six months, at any time in their lives. So far, only Vienna has adopted this new guideline. All other regions – for the moment – are […]

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AUSTRIA: New Intra-Corporate Transfer Permit

October 31, 2017

Austria has transposed into national law European Union (EU) Directive 2014/66 “on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals in the framework of an intra-corporate transfer”, and has introduced a new combined work and residence permit category for intra-corporate transfer (ICT). The new ICT route, which replaces the “Rotationsarbeitskraft” scheme for intra-corporate transfers, […]

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The Schengen Area’s 90/180 Day Rule Made Easy

September 9, 2021

As the whole of Europe continues to adjust to Brexit, many UK nationals are faced with new travel requirements and restrictions. We take an in-depth look at one of those new responsibilities for UK nationals: staying within the Schengen Area’s 90/180 day visa-free stay rule.

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COVID-19 Passport Systems – Where Are They Going? A Global Mobility Manager’s Guide to COVID-19 Vaccine Passport Systems

July 2, 2021

As the world starts to emerge from the pandemic and global travel slowly reopens, many countries are considering putting in place a system whereby travelers can prove their vaccination status to facilitate travel across borders. Newland Chase takes a look at some of the systems in place across the world and explores how companies can find their way through the maze of approaches and requirements.

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Brexit Research Projects: Strategic Travel and Mobility Guidance for Your Business

June 14, 2021

If your company has extensive plans for business travel throughout the year or a specific event that will require significant travel, a Brexit research project might serve your strategic travel and mobility needs.

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Global Immigration Updates | Week Beginning 5 April 2021

April 9, 2021

Newland Chase brings you the very latest immigration news and updates from around the globe for week of 5 April, including news from Belgium, Iraq and Nigeria.

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Brexit: EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) | Impact in the EU

January 13, 2021

After nearly 11 months of negotiations, the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) was approved on 24 December 2020 and is currently being applied provisionally until full ratification.

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Travel and Mobility Strategies to Successfully Manage the Unexpected

September 23, 2020

Newland Chase’s September COVID-19 webinar focused on strategies that global mobility managers and travel managers can utilize to surf the waves of the continually changing immigration and global entry landscape. Global mobility managers and travel managers are encouraged to carefully evaluate these suggestions to successfully steer their immigration program through the choppy waters of global travel during the COVID-19 era.

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