Month: February 2021

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

New Zealand: Air New Zealand’s Vaccination Passport

Almost a year into the global pandemic, there is no doubt that New Zealand has succeeded in battling coronavirus.  New Zealand has managed to stamp out the community spread of the virus, allowing most aspects of life to return to normal, and its economy has rebounded strongly as a result. The country is setting its…
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UK to Resume International Travel: When Can We Travel Again?

Despite the risk of new coronavirus strains, governments and businesses alike have shown a lot of optimism that things will return to some semblance of normalcy within the year. UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has laid out a roadmap for easing COVID-19 restrictions, including lifting the ban on international travel. He announced that international travel…
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Post Study Work Options: How to Get a Work Visa in Bulgaria After Your Studies

Bulgaria is located in the Southeast of Europe and is bordered by Serbia, North Macedonia, Romania, Greece, Turkey, and the Black Sea. The country is set to join its neighbours in being part of the Schengen area. From the stunning coastline, the breathtaking countryside, to the centuries-old buildings, there are plenty of things to see…
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Greece Starts Issuing COVID-19 Vaccine Certificate

The basic part of the EU is the notion of open borders between member states and the free flow of people across the region and this has been hampered by the global pandemic. Greece has pushed for a standardised COVID-19 vaccination passport that would enable its holders to cross national borders without the hassles of…
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Australia: Borders Could Reopen With Successful COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

The Australian borders could reopen following successful COVID-19 vaccine rollouts around the world.  Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison has stated that it is “very possible,” to lift the country’s ban on the arrival of foreign nationals once vaccinations have been widely delivered. What I’ve always been confident about is taking one step at a time…
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