USCIS Extends COVID Related Flexible Measures and Accept Electronic Scans Of Signatures

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Continuing Flexible Measures from the USCIS on account of COVID-19 Pandemic The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) further extends through October 23, 2022, flexible measures that were introduced on account of COVID-19 regarding timelines when responding to certain requests and notices from the agency. Petitioners and applicants will continue to have an additional 60 days beyond the due date to… Read more »

Practice Pointers when applying for visas for Germany, France and The Netherlands

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The Schengen area which comprises of 26 states, facilitates borderless travel for tourist and business activities for non-EU nationals. The visa holder can freely enter, travel and exit the Schengen zone from any of the Schengen member countries. Countries within the Schengen Zone include: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary,… Read more »

Repatriation – Best Practices

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Most foreign nationals on an employment visa to India need to complete post arrival registration formalities at the Foreigners Regional Registration Office (FRRO) or Foreigners Registration Office (FRO) of relevant jurisdiction. The Indian entity that sponsors the visa is required to give an undertaking to the FRRO/FRO on behalf of the foreign national “to ensure… Read more »

Enforcement of 2014 Rule Affects Intra-Company Transfers to Serbia

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Serbia’s Law on Employment of Foreigners enacted in 2014 laid down a provision in Article 19 which stated that foreign national employees of a company located outside Serbia assigned to work at an affiliated local company in Serbia are initially limited to a maximum of one year. The assignment, and the corresponding intra-company transfer (ICT) work permit, would… Read more »

Canadian Government Opening Pathways for Highly Specialized Global Talent

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The Canadian Government has opened the doors to the highly skilled, specialized, in-demand foreign nationals who will help in the growth of Canadian entities’ businesses by bringing the Global Skills Strategy into effect on June 12, 2017. This new strategy aims at attracting foreign investment and bringing foreign skilled talent with lesser provisions and barriers… Read more »

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