Global Immigration Weekly Roundup – 25th June 2018

June 25, 2018

The latest vital immigration news and updates from around the globe in your weekly newsletter from Newland Chase.

ISRAEL & UNITED STATES: Reciprocal Investor Visa Agreement

On 18th June 2018 the Israeli legislature, the Knesset, approved new regulations implementing a reciprocal agreement with the United States.

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VIETNAM: Work Permit Duration and Company Business Licence

Effective immediately, the proposed duration of a work permit as stated in the application cannot exceed the expiration date of the sponsor's business licence.

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UNITED KINGDOM: Indefinite Leave to Remain for Turkish Business People

The UK Home Office has introduced a new indefinite leave to remain route for Turkish business people and their families, to come into force on 6th July 2018.

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BREXIT: Update – The State of Play for Citizens' Rights

An updated post to reflect the release of the UK government's Statement of Intent on the EU Settlement Scheme on 21st June 2018.

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URUGUAY: Vaccination Records Now Required for All Residence Applications

Effective immediately, the Uruguayan government has issued a decree establishing a requirement for foreign nationals to submit vaccination records in support of all residence visa applications.

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ISRAEL: Extensive Immigration Enforcement Inspections Announced 

The Population and Immigration Authority of the Ministry of Interior has formally announced that, within the coming weeks, they will be conducting unannounced and extensive enforcement inspections at companies employing foreign workers and refugees.

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