Month: July 2020

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

How to Stay in Germany After Your Studies

Post Study Options: How to Stay in Germany After Your Studies

Germany, with its incredibly unique cities and with the largest economy in Europe, is a hotbed for opportunities. There’s a huge demand for technical talent across a variety of industries and companies of all sizes. The country is one of the world’s most prominent exporters of machinery, electronic and electrical equipment, vehicles, pharmaceuticals and food.…
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The UK’s Travel Quarantine is Lifted, But Countries Like USA, Canada, Russia & China are Still in Place

A two-week quarantine period for those entering the UK has been lifted for some travellers to England. The quarantine policy was introduced in June to protect public health against imported coronavirus cases But travellers from 59 countries including France and Spain are exempt from quarantine from 10 July. What are the quarantine rules? Currently, anyone,…
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Spain imposes local lockdown in two regions after Coronavirus rises again

Spain imposes a local lockdown in two regions after Coronavirus rises again

Spain has reinstated quarantine restrictions in a second region after an increase in new coronavirus cases. The region of Galicia, in northwest Spain, will have lockdown measures reintroduced from midnight on 5th July 2020.  This is after a decision on Saturday 4th July to lockdown 200,000 people in El Segriá, located in the north-eastern region of…
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How to Bypass the Europe Travel Ban

News released and causing a twitter storm is that the father of the UK’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, travelled to Greece despite strict Foreign Office advice against all but essential international travel. Greece has extended its ban on flights arriving from the UK until the middle of July. But the prime minister’s father has managed…
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how to read your schengen visa vignette

How to Read Your Schengen Visa Sticker and Get the Best Use of It

As Schengen states reopen their internal borders, the question many travelers are asking is “Is your current Schengen Visa still valid?”.  It is not always possible to extend a visa. Not even if, due to circumstances, the visa expired unused. You will have to apply for a new Schengen visa.  But did you know that…
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