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Live Webinar | Brexit Trade Agreement: The Movement of Goods Explained

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January 27

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Immigration News

COVID-19: Latest Travel and Immigration Updates

January 18, 2021

View our comprehensive guide, which gathers together the knowledge and data we have on entry restrictions, immigration restrictions (office closures, visa suspensions, etc.) and immigration concessions, worldwide. Updated twice daily as new information is released. 

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Top 10 Global Immigration Updates | Week of 11 January 2021

January 15, 2021

Top 10 Global Immigration Updates including news from China, Denmark, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Romania, Russia, Qatar, the U.S., and Vietnam.

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Brexit: Residence Procedures for UK Nationals in EU Member States Under the Withdrawal Agreement [UPDATED 15 January 2021]

January 15, 2021

EU member states may require resident UK nationals to register for a residence document. Our comprehensive guide details the requirements and procedures for each country.

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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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UNITED KINGDOM: COVID-19 Concession Scheme

January 12, 2021

The Home Office has published guidance on a new Concession scheme for individuals whose leave has expired whilst the applicant was outside the UK and unable to return due to the ongoing pandemic.

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