Month: December 2020

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

EU Settlement Scheme for non-EU/EEA and Swiss family members

As we all know, the Brexit transition period is just around the corner.  EU nationals and their family members need to apply for a settled or pre-settled status under the EU Settled Status (EUSS) scheme to retain their rights to stay in the UK. Citizens of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland are also eligible to…
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Greece: Lockdown and International Travel

Negative PCR test plus quarantine until January 7 Greece enjoyed one of the best tourism rebounds in the EU while keeping infection rates comparatively low to other EU states. However, November took a massive turn as cases surged prompting Greece to enter a lockdown that was only expected to last a month. Now, the government…
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Hawaii’s Free Round Trip Tickets for Remote Workers

As the spotlight heats up on digital nomads, more and more destinations are looking to get a larger piece of the pie. As the winter months creep in, a new opportunity to ditch the cold weather is opening up in Hawaii for remote workers eager for a change of a more desirable environment and the…
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Delta Airlines and KLM Partner for Netherlands Quarantine-Free Travel

News of coronavirus vaccine breathed new life back into the travel industry. Airlines are now looking for ways to put their dark days behind and focus on a strategy for the future. SkyTeam Alliance members and transatlantic partners KLM and Delta Air Lines are partnering to launch ‘COVID-tested flights’ from Atlanta to Amsterdam.  This will…
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Business travellers to be exempted from England’s quarantine rule

The rules will be eased for top executives of foreign multinational firms visiting English branches and businessmen at firms planning to invest. The new rule will allow business people to travel to England from countries that are not on the UK’s list of travel corridors without having to isolate for 14 days upon arrival. The…
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