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BOLIVIA: New Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirement

March 17, 2017

Effective immediately, the Bolivian government has introduced a new requirement for travellers entering Bolivia from certain countries to present a yellow fever vaccination at the port of entry.  This requirement is in response to a recent yellow fever outbreak in Bolivia and neighbouring countries. Any traveller over the age of one entering Bolivia from the […]

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RUSSIA: Schengen Visa Biometrics Introduced for Russian Nationals

September 3, 2015

Russian nationals applying for Schengen visas will soon be required to submit their biometric data, including fingerprints and digital photos. Press secretary of the European Union Delegation in Russia, Soren Liborius, confirmed that the Schengen Visa Information System (VIS) will…

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Ebola: How the Virus has Affected International Travel

November 5, 2014

The Ebola virus has caused a tremendous worldwide shake up. The rigorous measures being implemented by several nations may not only inhibit the development of any medical treatment, but these restrictive moves may also affect the import and export industries....

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The fresh challenge of the MINT countries

February 21, 2014

In October 2012, Newland Chase held a seminar about Global Immigration to the BRIC countries: Brazil, Russia, India and China. These economies in recent years have become, as predicted, global economic giants, albeit to different degrees. The world has seen...

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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Ministry of Health Implements New Medical Screening for Select Foreign Workers

October 12, 2011

The United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Health (MOH) recently announced an October 1, 2011 implementation of a double check medical screening for select foreign nationals applying for work/residence permits. The screenings will occur in the applicant’s home country and in the UAE to reduce the incidence of infectious disease and to confirm the authenticity of […]

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