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BREXIT: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and UK Agree on Citizens’ Rights After Brexit [UPDATED]

February 8, 2019

The UK has reached a separation agreement with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway (‘the EEA EFTA States’), including a deal on citizens’ rights.

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NORWAY: New Rules for Residence Permit Holders Changing Employers

March 31, 2017

With immediate effect, residence permit holders who are skilled workers with an employer in Norway can now change employers without having to apply for a new residence permit, even if the name of their employer is written on the residence card, provided they work in the same type of position as before. What has changed? […]

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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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CHINA: Certain Nationals Holding Valid Residence Permits May be Able to Obtain a Visa Without a Letter of Invitation

August 11, 2020

The Chinese authorities have confirmed that holders of valid residence permits, including for work or family reunion, who are nationals of certain countries, are now able to apply for a visa at a Chinese embassy or consulate in these countries without a letter of invitation (LOI or “PU Letter”).

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Posted Workers: Navigating the New Obligations for Employers

August 6, 2020

Intra-EU travel is getting complicated. In this short article, we will set out what the Posted Worker Directives are all about; what changed on July 30, 2020; give some illustrative examples, and set out what you need to know, and do, now. 

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EU Publishes Recommended “Travel Safe List” for Residents of 15 Countries

June 30, 2020

The European Council has adopted a recommendation to Schengen member states and the four Schengen Associated States on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the European Union.

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UNITED STATES: Entry Ban Extended to Schengen States, UK and Ireland

March 12, 2020

US President Donald Trump has announced the suspension of entry for travelers of any nationality who have been in the Schengen area in the previous 14 days.

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SOUTH KOREA: New Process for Visa Issuance

February 18, 2020

Effective 24 February 2020, Korean consulates will begin to phase out the stamping of visas into passports.

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BREXIT: UK Leaves EU and Enters Transition Period

January 31, 2020

Brexit: What Happens Next? Under the Withdrawal Agreement, free movement rights will continue until the end of the transition period (31 December 2020 unless extended).

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Global Immigration Weekly Roundup – 7 January 2020

January 7, 2020

The latest global immigration news and insights in your weekly newsletter from Newland Chase.

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