Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Explore the Czech Republic’s New Digital Nomad Visa

In recent years, the digital nomad lifestyle has become a global phenomenon, offering the chance to work remotely while discovering new cultures and places. Now, the Czech Republic is stepping into the spotlight by introducing an exciting opportunity for digital nomads: the Digital Nomad Visa. As of July 2023, the Czech Republic has rolled out…
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Brazil Postponed Visa Requirement for Citizens of Australia, Canada, and the United States

Authorities in Brazil have postponed reinstating the visa requirement for nationals of Australia, Canada, and the United States until 2024. If you’re planning a trip to Brazil in the new year, there’s one more thing you should do.  Starting 10 January 2023,  travellers from Australia, Canada, and the United States will need to acquire an…
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France To Launch Low-Cost Rail Pass In 2024

France is set to launch a low-cost rail pass next summer. The new pass will offer passengers unlimited travel on TER regional trains and intercity trains at a fixed price.  The pass, modelled after the similar and highly successful program offered in Germany, will cost around €49 and will encourage greener travel. “It will be…
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Venice Tourism Tax To Start in 2024

Venice, Italy, is renowned for its stunning canals, historic architecture, and unique charm, making it a top destination for tourists from around the world.  In 2022, the city of Venice announced that it was going to be introducing a tourist tax. The goal is to manage the impact of tourism on the city’s infrastructure and…
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EU Judges Dismisses Parliament’s Bid To Impose Visas on Americans

United States passport holders have long travelled throughout most of the world without having to worry about visa applications. In October 2020, the European Parliament passed a resolution demanding the imposition of visas for US citizens until all EU citizens could enter the US freely. The European Union has a list of countries whose citizens…
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France Wants To End Cheap Airline Tickets To Help Environment

As the world grapples with the pressing issue of climate change, France is planning to introduce a policy to reduce carbon emissions. France is about to propose to the EU a minimum flight price policy that ends low-cost airfares. France’s Minister of Transport, Clément Beaune, has outlined plans to essentially eliminate ultra-cheap airline tickets within…
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