Month: April 2021

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Post Study Work Options: How to Get a Work Visa in the Philippines After Studies

The Philippines is located in Southeast Asia and is a popular travel destination. The country is an archipelago of more than 7,100 islands in the Pacific Ocean, so you can just imagine the pristine beaches, vivid coral reefs and beautiful nature as the backdrop of your adventure. The people in the Philippines are known for…
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USA Lifts Travel Restrictions on International Students

Coronavirus travel bans that have barred some students from travelling directly from their home countries to the US has been going on for over a year.  Travellers who have been to China, Iran, Brazil, South Africa, Ireland, the United Kingdom and Europe’s Schengen Area in the past 14 days have been prohibited from entering the…
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UK in Talks With EU for Overseas Travel This Summer

After several months of being cooped up in our homes and being restricted from travelling abroad, a sense of wanderlust has been building as people naturally want to explore new places.  Summer has been hyped up as international travel is expected to be allowed again. Several European countries have announced that they are getting ready…
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Asian Travel: Hong Kong-Singapore Travel Bubble to Open

A quarantine-free air travel bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore is finally slated to get off the ground with a start date of 26 May, following setbacks that led to the plan initially being shelved last November. Largely shut off from the rest of the world during the pandemic, the two sides have been in…
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Schengen Travel Ban: EU Looking to Welcome Vaccinated American Tourists

After more than a year of EU border restrictions due to the pandemic, a piece of positive news has finally come from the European Commission regarding lifting restrictions to jumpstart travel this summer. In an interview, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen indicated that American tourists who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 would…
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