Visas, Immigration & Nationality

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

Brazil is the largest country in both South America and Latin America.  It is multicultural and ethnically diverse, influenced by a variety of traditions and histories.  Nearly half of South America is Brazil and the country spans four time zones, from GMT-2 to GMT-5. Brazil is the only country on Earth with both the equator…
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Post Study Work Options: How to Get a Work Visa in Chile After Studies

Chile is in the southern part of South America, between Argentina and Peru. Chile is known around the world for its wonderful landscapes, from the glaciers in Patagonia to the Atacama Desert, the driest desert in the world.  Chile boasts dramatic mountain peaks, sparkling lakes, and abundant wildlife. It has great skiing in the winter…
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The US to Lift Travel Ban

To the relief of the beleaguered transatlantic travel sector, the United States could soon welcome travellers from European countries, as US President Joe Biden has indicated that soon the ban imposed on travel from Europe could be abolished. The United States administration has suspended flights from Europe for 16 months now in an effort to…
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Travellers Can Visit Canada in August

After laying out the timeline to open the border last week, th Canadian government announced on Monday that the Canada-US border will reopen on 9 August for fully vaccinated Americans and US permanent residents, provided that Canada’s COVID-19 epidemiology remains favourable. Despite a slow start, Canada is now leading G20 countries in vaccination rates, with…
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How to Apply for a Malta Schengen Visa from the UK

Malta Entry Restrictions in Response to Coronavirus Who needs a visa to travel to Malta from the UK? Travelling to Malta for EU/EEA Citizens Travelling to Malta Post-Brexit for UK Citizens Travelling to Malta Post-Brexit for Non-EU Nationals Steps to Applying for a Maltese Schengen Visa from the UK Step 1: Know your visa type…
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USA Advises Against Travel to the UK

The US State Department is warning Americans against travelling to the United Kingdom as the country grapples with an increase in COVID-19 cases. The State Department on 19 July, raised its travel advisory level for the UK to “Level 4: Do not travel” due to COVID-19. The decision, which aligns with the US Centers for…
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