Month: January 2021

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

US looking to toughen borders with Canada

The border has technically been closed between the U.S. and Canada since 21 March 2020, although there are some exceptions and a few people are allowed in and out. However, this closure only relates to land borders and there is still a travel loophole in that it doesn’t relate to flights. Canadian officials are working…
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USA: Trump US work visa ban remains

Despite a recent change in leadership, the US Department of Justice defended former President Donald Trump’s ban on the entry of foreign nationals that “present risk” to unemployed Americans during economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. A lawyer for the US Department of Justice (DoJ) recently announced that Trump’s renewed US work visa ban would…
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Post Study Work Options: How to Get a Work Visa in Ireland After Your Studies

The Republic of Ireland occupies most of the island of Ireland, off the coast of England and Wales. It may be a small island but Ireland is packed full of incredible attractions and has been dubbed the “Emerald Isle” for its lush landscape Ireland is considered the door to Europe not only because of its…
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Brexit: EU threatens to cut COVID-19 vaccines supplies to the UK

The Coronavirus continues to spread around the world, with over 100 million confirmed cases and more than two million deaths across the globe. The countries with the highest number of confirmed cases are the US, India and Brazil, closely followed by a number of European countries. The UK has just passed a sad milestone of…
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How to Apply for a Portugal Schengen Visa for UK Residents

Like the Atlantic Ocean that laps upon its shores, Portugal throws one or two surprises. A rich and varied land of vibrant cities and traditional villages, stunning beaches, rolling countryside and a cornucopia of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Portugal has so much to offer to the curious traveller. For wine enthusiasts seeking the road less…
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