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KAZAKHSTAN: Visa Exempt Entry for Passport Holders from Selected Countries

July 10, 2015

Passport holders from the following countries are now permitted to travel on a visa exempt basis to Kazakhstan for up to 15 days: Australia, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, South Korea, South Korea,…

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Canada: Mandatory ETA in 2016 for Visa Exempt Nationals

May 14, 2015

The government of Canada has announced its intention to implement a pre-entry screening process for those foreign nationals who are currently exempt from the requirement to obtain a temporary resident visa (TRV) before they enter Canada. This means that visitors…

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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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KAZAHKSTAN: Visa Waiver for Business and Tourist Travellers

July 11, 2014

Kazakhstan is due to introduce a visa waiver programme for nationals of the following 10 countries, who wish to enter or transit through for business or tourism purposes: France Germany Holland Italy Japan Malaysia South Korea United Arab Emirates United…

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ROMANIA: Schengen visa holders can soon enter Romania visa-free

January 17, 2014

Those who hold a Schengen state"s residence permit or a Schengen visa, valid for double or multiple entry, will be able to enter Romania from 1st February 2014 and remain there for up to 90 days in any 180 day…

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Changes to French Immigration Policy

September 5, 2013

At present, students in France who have earned at least a master"s degree or the equivalent can apply for a one-time (non-renewable) temporary residency authorisation (APS – authorisation provisoire de séjour) for up to 6 months beyond the date of…

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Switzerland imposes new immigration limits on EU states

April 26, 2013

This week, the Swiss government announced a twelve month cap on the number of nationals from European Union (EU) states who can obtain long term residence permits to live in Switzerland. The move has caused considerable controversy, since although Switzerland…

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EU commission acts to protect Schengen Agreement

September 8, 2011

Under proposed plans from the European Commission, countries in the Schengen agreement would not be allowed to limit freedom of movement without approval from the commission. The Schengen system covers 22 countries in the EU, including France, Italy and Germany…

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