Author: Jasper De Luna

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Moving to Malta: Startup Residence Scheme For Third-Country Entrepreneurs

The government of Malta launched a program to attract non-EU entrepreneurs and enable innovation, create job opportunities, and support Malta’s growing economy. Eligible applicants will acquire residency in the country through the new Startup Residence Scheme. The scheme will grant a three-year residence permit to founders, as well as co-founders and core employees of start-ups…
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Travel Warning To Travellers to Portugal For Easter 2023

Portugal is a Mediterranean hot spot for travellers from across the globe, and it’s not hard to see why. With stunning beaches, breathtaking landscapes, and a rich cultural heritage, Portugal is a must-visit location for those seeking an unforgettable vacation.  However, it’s important to stay informed about the latest travel advice and safety information to…
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Which Are Europe’s Most Friendly Countries?

Planning a move this year? Here are Europe’s most friendly countries If you are considering relocating to a new country for work or personal reasons, it is important to consider several factors such as the quality of life, the ease of making friends, and the affordability of the place. InterNations, a company that helps people…
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Ferry Route Between Scotland and Europe

A direct ferry link between Scotland and mainland Europe is set to reopen next year. Travelling from Scotland to other parts of Europe has limited options where travellers either need to take a flight or travel down to London to catch the Eurostar. But passengers may soon have another, climate-friendly option. With travellers looking for…
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UK Border Staff Could Go On Holiday Strike

Flying during Christmas can be a pretty chaotic experience.  However, this festive season, things could get even worse as the ISU, the union representing 3,500 UK Border Force staff employed by the Home Office as well as customs officers, is threatening industrial action in support of an 8% pay claim which could lead to lengthy…
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