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Visas, Immigration & Nationality

World’s Most Powerful Passport: UK Passport Climbing Two Places Since 2017

The latest quarterly Henley Passport Index from Henley & Partners has been released and the United Kingdom (UK) has moved up in the list. The global passport ranking is based on the number of destinations passport holders can access without a visa according to the data from International Air Transport Association (IATA). Countries score one…
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Dutch Court Confirms Flight Reduction at Schiphol Airport

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, a bustling aviation hub in Europe, finds itself on the brink of a significant reduction in operations following the ruling by the Amsterdam Court of Appeal. In a bid to address growing environmental concerns regarding noise and air pollution, the Schiphol airport had previously unveiled plans to lower annual flight numbers from…
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Canada Digital Nomad Visa: Canada’s New Remote Work Scheme

All around the world, countries are offering specialist visas for foreign nationals who can work from anywhere. Craving a change from your remote work set-up? Well, here’s some exciting news – Canada is actively working on a digital nomad strategy. Canada is looking to plug a national skills shortage with people who work for foreign…
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EU And UK Citizens Can Now Apply For US ESTA Through Smartphones

The United States has announced that all foreigners who can enter the country under the Visa Waiver Program will now be able to apply for an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) directly from their smartphones. The ESTA Mobile App is available for download on all Android and iOS devices in 24 languages, making it…
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Spain Cautions British Travellers Of £93-A-Day Rule

British tourists hoping to enjoy the Spanish sun have been issued with a travel warning as they could be required to prove they can afford their holiday with “on-the-spot checks”. Many holidaymakers visit Spain in the hope to make the most of the warm Iberian temperatures as they flock to the Spanish coastline. However, British…
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