Category Archives: Immigration Rules

Handsome male job seeker with beard and glasses, talking on phone, sitting on steps in front of office building, with laptop open and briefcase next to him, looking into UK job openings

Job Openings in the United Kingdom Rise as European Union Workers Depart

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Job Openings in the United Kingdom Rise as European Union Workers Depart The United Kingdom (UK) has seen UK job openings rise over the past 12 months. This is due in part to European Union (EU) nationals who are leaving the UK and choosing to…

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Man wearing green shirt, smiling, with dark hair, and woman wearing shirt with green sleeves and black vest, smiling, with dark hair, both are from India, filling out paperwork for immigration that is subject to increased premium processing fees

USCIS Adjusting Premium Processing Fees to Improve Adjudications and Service Processes

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USCIS Adjusting Premium Processing Fees to Improve Adjudications and Service Processes The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) will increase premium processing fees for some forms starting on October 1, 2018. The fees will increase by 14.92%, reflecting the percentage increase in inflation since implementation…

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Australia Flag with, red and white cross design in top left corner, white stars over blue background in main part of flag, for Australia Permanent Visa and Transitional Arrangements Australia Flag, blue background, four stars to right of banner, British flag in top left corner, representative of the Skilling Australians Fund

Australian Senate Approves Skilling Australians Fund Levy Legislation

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Australian Senate Approves Skilling Australians Fund Levy Legislation The Australian Senate has recently passed the Skilling Australians Fund (SAF) levy legislation aimed at developing a fund to provide training for Australians. This legislation is part of a larger group of initiatives that will change requirements…

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Taiwan flag in Liberty Square, in front of Chiang Kaishek Memorial Hall, Taipei, Taiwan, during the time in 2018 when Taiwan Launches Employment Gold Card

Taiwan Launches Employment Gold Card

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Taiwan Launches Employment Gold Card Taiwan has introduced a new Employment Gold Card visa category. This visa category provides many benefits for those eligible. The new visa category was created in response to Taiwan’s legislature passing the Act for the Recruitment and Employment of Foreign…

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Singapore Fair Consideration Framework Singapore buildings shown around harbor, view for employees who will need a new Singapore Work Pass Card

Singapore Fair Consideration Framework and S Pass Eligibility

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Singapore Fair Consideration Framework and S Pass Eligibility The Singapore Ministry of Manpower is currently in the process of expanding the Fair Consideration Framework (FCF) to cover more employers and jobs, effective July 1, 2018. Advertising requirements will increase to at least fourteen days for…

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