Visas, Immigration & Nationality

US Reissues Level 2 Travel Warning To Germany

Germany has long been one of the most popular countries in the world for American tourists to visit.  Despite its reputation as a generally safe country visit, the US State Department issued the advisory on May 1, ranking the travel advisory on a scale of two out of four. This means that those travelling to…
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Eurostar Introduces New Flexible Tickets

Eurostar has just unveiled its latest game-changer for travellers: new flexible tickets that promise to simplify and enhance your travel experience. Starting this November, Eurostar passengers can take advantage of a groundbreaking policy allowing them to exchange their tickets without incurring any extra fees. This means travellers can adjust their plans as many times as…
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UK Rejects EU Youth Mobility Deal

The UK government has decided against striking a post-Brexit agreement with the European Union (EU) to facilitate easier living, studying, and working opportunities for young British citizens within the EU. Recently, the European Commission proposed a “youth mobility scheme” for UK citizens aged 18-30, urging EU member states to engage in discussions. However, the UK,…
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Potential Delays in Europe’s Entry/Exit System

The EU Entry/Exit System (EES) has been a source of expectation and alarm for both passengers and authorities, but recent events indicate that its deployment may face yet another delay.  The EES was originally scheduled to launch in May 2022, however, it has been postponed several times, with the latest goal date set for October…
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Heathrow Border Force Strike: What It Means To Passengers?

Hundreds of UK Border Force officers at Heathrow Airport plan to strike for four days from 29 April to 2 May. UK Border Force officers at Heathrow airport are facing job cuts and changes to their working arrangements, leading to dissatisfaction among the workforce. The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) said that 90% of…
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