Author: Charlie

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Post Study Work Options: How to Get a Work Visa for Malta After Your Studies

Malta is a southern European country in the Mediterranean Sea. It gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1964 and became a republic in 1974. Malta is a tourist destination with numerous recreational areas and historical monuments, including nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The country is one of the smallest and densely populated countries…
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Spain backs Kuwait’s Schengen visa waiver request

The Spanish Parliament supports the exemptions of Kuwaiti citizens from visa requirements to enter the Schengen area, the Spanish Senate President Pilar Llop has announced. Additionally, Llop said he would back this effort within the European Parliament (EP) during his recent visit to Kuwait, where he met Kuwait’s Ambassador to Madrid Eyada Al-Saeedi,  Kuwait has…
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How to Get a Slovenia Work Permit After Studies: Post Study Work Visa Slovenia

Slovenia is a central European country with diverse geography, population, and climate. The magnificent Alps provide excellent hiking and skiing adventures. The country has now opened themselves for foreign investment and strives to implement measures supporting equal opportunities, academic success, student mobility, higher education and vocational education and training, language learning and distance education. The…
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What’s Next: British passport after Brexit transition period ends this December

British holidaymakers wishing to travel on European holidays from January 2021 are set to face new entry conditions in a number of destinations. The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has outlined new updates, including some major passport changes, for nations including Germany, Spain, Portugal and Italy. Regardless of whether or not a deal is…
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Croatia one step away from US visa waiver

It has been reported that United States visas for Croatian citizens will be history if another 2,000 are issued this month.  The Croatian Foreign Ministry has asked civil servants and people in the banking and business sectors to apply for US visas and they will almost certainly be approved, which will help the rejection rate…
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