Month: November 2020

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

England’s Tier Restrictions Explained

While everyone sighed in great relief at the news that England’s second national lockdown would finally end, the announcement that it was to be replaced with a togher regional restrictions left a stark reminder that the pandemic is not yet over and hopefully things will get better soon. Authorities are asking everyone to remain vigilant…
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Brexit: France finalises rights of British residents after Brexit

The French government has published its anticipated decree laying out the rights and responsibilities of British residents as the Brexit transition period nears its end. The decree was finally published in the Journal Officiel on November 20, making it a legally binding document. It lays out the rights and responsibilities of British nationals who are…
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Iceland Post Study Work Visa – How to Get a Work Visa for Iceland

Iceland is physically isolated from the neighbouring landmasses of mainland Europe and Greenland. Iceland is in the north of the Atlantic Ocean and east of Greenland and just touches the Arctic Circle. The country showcases a stunning nature with its waterfalls, mountains, volcanoes, fjords, northern lights, glaciers and incredible seaside. Iceland has a free-market economy…
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Lockdowns lifted for Christmas

The UK, France, Germany and Spain are set to ease restrictions As the resurgence of COVID-19 continues to ravage Europe, several countries have announced a second wave of partial and national lockdowns. The subsequent announcement by several pharmaceutical companies, that vaccines will be available soon, gave hope that there is an end to the pandemic…
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U.S. Considers to Lift International Travel Ban

After eight months of border closures to European travellers, including the United Kingdom, the US government is reportedly considering removing the ban on international visitors from Europe and Brazil. Discussions among the federal government, public health agencies and airlines have resulted in widespread official support for the move, which still requires approval by the U.S.…
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