Global Immigration Weekly Roundup – 27 January 2020

January 27, 2020

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

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NEW ZEALAND: Changes to Minimum Income Thresholds

Effective 24 February 2020, the minimum income thresholds for essential skills work visas and skilled migrant residence visas are set to increase.

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Live Q&A Session | Essentials for Success in India: Employment and Business Visas

Because of the overwhelmingly positive response to our recent sessions of this webinar, we are holding a unique Questions and Answers session on 11 February 2020 @ 9:00am ET/ 2:00pm GMT solely for attendees to ask their questions and receive our experts' answers. 

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RUSSIA: Changes to Residence Notification Rules

The government has introduced new requirements for the notification of residence, which is submitted annually by holders of temporary residence permits (TRPs) and permanent residence permits (PRPs).

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MALAYSIA: Foreign National Workers Reminded to Transfer Passes to New Passports

Foreign Knowledge Workers or dependents holding valid employment passes or dependent passes and obtaining a new passport should urgently complete a Transfer of Endorsement (TOE) to the new passport.

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ROMANIA: New Salary Requirement for Blue Card

Effective 9 January 2020, the minimum required salary for highly-skilled workers applying for an EU Blue Card has increased to RON 10,858 from RON 10,326.

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