Month: January 2021

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

US: Quarantine Required for All Travellers, Europe Travel Ban Still in Effect

As the global pandemic drags on, the United States President Joe Biden issued an Executive Order that will require all international passengers to quarantine upon arrival including U.S citizens. The new quarantine order comes hand in hand with the new testing requirement that is coming into effect on January 26, 2021. Included in the executive…
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The Netherlands to Ban Travel from UK, South Africa & South America

The Netherlands is clamping down on travel to curb the spread of coronavirus while citizens await to be vaccinated.   Prime Minister Mark Rutte announced that the Netherlands will impose new international flight bans, increasing testing measures, and a curfew for citizens, lasting at least one month. The Dutch Prime Minister announced that starting 23rd January,…
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Post Study Work Options: How to Get a Work Visa in Slovakia After Studies

The Slovak Republic is situated in Central Europe, sharing borders with Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine and Hungary. Although the country is much less visited than its more touristy neighbours, Slovakia is an amazing country full of natural landscapes, beautiful mountains, medieval castles, and magnificent architecture. The Slovak economy has been rapidly growing ever…
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Brexit: No Visa Deal for Performing Artist

The United Kingdom’s departure from the EU on the 1st January has presented several issues regarding mobility of performing artists between borders. Aside from the pandemic, the lack of a deal is proving to be the biggest obstacle for orchestras, band, solo artists and crew members to start touring again after Brexit. The British and…
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Digital Nomad Visas: 13 and More Options For Remote Workers

How would you like to spend your workday swinging on a hammock overlooking the ocean? How about taking your meetings and phone calls while admiring medieval cathedrals and castles out your window? What about spending your lunch break tasting new foods and local delicacies? To many people, living and working in another country may seem…
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