Month: December 2020

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

UK Safe List Update: The Canary Islands Removed Again

Due to the rise in weekly cases of coronavirus in the region, Canary Island has been removed from the UK’s travel corridor list. The popular British holiday destination is home to Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote, and the removal of the region from the safe list will no doubt be disappointing for British nationals…
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UK Opens Visa Applications Under Points Based System

The Brexit transition period is about to end on 31st December and with it comes the introduction of UK’s new point-based immigration system The UK government officially launched the post-Brexit visa and immigration system last December 1. Applications are now being accepted for the new Skilled Worker visa, allowing the brightest and best from around…
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Brexit Reminder: Things that will change in 2021

There is very little time left to make the most out of freedom of movement, so British nationals who wish to move to another EU country, you might want to speed up preparations. Changes to travel rules such as passport validity, border checks, insurance, driving licences and of course entry requirements will kick in on…
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EU Prepares for No Deal Brexit

The clock is ticking until the end of the Brexit transition period and very little time left to agree on a deal. With Brexit talks between London and Brussels seemingly deadlocked the EU has issued its no deal contingency plans to ensure that road and air links with the UK can continue next month. The…
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Post Study Work Options: Getting a Work Visa for Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein is a landlocked country in Central Europe bordered by Switzerland to the west and south and Austria to the east and north. Around half of Liechtenstein lies in the mountains so you can just imagine the beautiful scenery you will wake up to everyday. Liechtenstein is a constitutional monarchy and has one of the…
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