Immigration news

September 17, 2020
Western Wall, Jerusalem, Israel

Israel:Three-week lockdown announced as a result of spike in COVID-19 infections

The Israeli government has announced a three-week nationwide lockdown because of an increase in the COVID-19 infection rate. The quarantine could […]
September 17, 2020
Auckland, New Zealand

New Zealand:New border exception for normally resident work visa holders

This is great news for visa holders who are currently stuck overseas. New border exception for normally resident work visa holders […]
September 17, 2020
Sturgeon Bay, Canada

Canada:New Express Entry Draw Targets 4,200 Candidates as Canada Passes 70,000 Invites for 2020

Canada has conducted a second-consecutive all-program Express Entry draw issuing Invitations to Apply to 4,200 candidates. The September 16 draw required […]
September 16, 2020
Corners of Brugge, Belgium

Belgium:EU Intracompany Transferee Permit Forthcoming; New Immigration Restrictions Implemented

What’s happening? On October 1, 2020, foreign nationals are expected to be able to apply for the EU Intracompany Transferee (ICT) […]
September 16, 2020
Butler's Wharf Pier, London, United Kingdom

European Union:Reminder for UK nationals on Registration Before the End of Transition Period

UK nationals residing in Europe should remember to complete necessary registrations before December 31, 2020 otherwise they may lose work and […]
September 15, 2020
Regent Street, London, England

United Kingdom:New student visa programs to replace Tier 4 route

What is the change? The United Kingdom is poised to replace the Tier 4 visa route with two new student visa […]
September 15, 2020
Sydney Bridge of Australia

Australia: A rundown of the Global Talent Independent Program

The Global Talent Independent Program (GTI program) was launched in November 2019 to offer a streamlined, priority visa pathway for highly […]
September 12, 2020
Costa Rica Commercial Flights Resumed for select areas of the United States

Costa Rica:Commercial Flights Resumed for select areas of the United States

The government has recently announced their intentions to once again re-open previously closed airways and allow travellers from select areas of […]
September 11, 2020
Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Ireland: Atypical Working Scheme application forms moves to online platform

What is the change? The Atypical Working Scheme Unit of the Department of Justice and Equality has introduced a new online […]