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Post Study Work Options The Ultimate Guide to Getting a Finland Work Visa

The Ultimate Guide to Getting a Finland Work Visa: Post Study Work Options

Finland’s high quality of living and work conditions entice foreign students to continue staying in the country. Finland is known for its high-income economy where human rights, equality, justice and health care facilities are accessible to all residents regardless of race and color and is very accepting of foreign students to stay back and work…
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Canada Travel Restrictions: Who can travel to Canada amid the coronavirus pandemic?

To protect Canada from the outbreak of COVID-19, the Canadian Prime Minister announced travel restrictions to Canada.  Until further notice, most foreign nationals cannot travel to Canada, even if they have a valid visitor visa or electronic travel authorisation (eTA). The restrictions mean that most non-essential travel to Canada is banned. Who can enter Canada…
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US State Department lifts advisory for international travel

The State Department however still urges citizens to ‘reconsider’ travel to Europe due to COVID-19 The US State Department has lifted its travel advisory advising Americans against travelling during the coronavirus pandemic after more than four months. It has confirmed that it would now look at countries on a case-by-case basis. The US State Department…
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Germany steps up border restrictions for EU countries

Germany has increased border restrictions amid a new spike in coronavirus cases in the country. Restrictions have been placed on people arriving from the Bulgarian regions of Blagoevgrad, Dobrich, and Varna. Restrictions have also been placed on travellers from Romania’s Argeș, Bihor, Buzău, Neamt, Ialomita, Mehedinti and Timis regions.  The measures follow restrictions announced that…
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‘Love is not tourism’ EU urges members to reunite bi-national couples split by coronavirus restrictions

‘Love is not tourism’: EU urges members to reunite bi-national couples split by coronavirus restrictions

The European Union is pushing member state countries to ease COVID-19 travel restrictions to allow unmarried bi-national couples to reunite after almost half a year since restrictions caused the separation of these couples. Generally, EU and Schengen member states have reopened their borders between themselves and a list of EU approved third-countries that are considered…
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