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NETHERLANDS – Self-Employed Activities Permitted for Highly Skilled Migrants, Students and Scientific Researchers
Effective 1 April 2017, highly skilled migrants, EU Blue Card holders, foreign students studying in the Netherlands and scientific researchers who are in possession of a valid residence permit can perform self-employed activities alongside the main working activities for which their residence permit in the Netherlands has been initially granted. 27 more words
We’re very pleased to announce that the Business Visa On Arrival (VoA) process for Nigeria has recently been added to Immiguru!
A business visa may be issued at the port of entry for applicants coming to Nigeria to undertake specific activities, to participate in specific short term work activities such as contract negotiation, marketing, sales, purchase and distribution of Nigerian goods, trade fairs, job interviews, training of local labour force, emergency/relief work, crew members, staff of NGOs, NGO work; research or music performances. 36 more words
On 20 March 2017, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) issued the Immigration Regulations 2017, implementing the Immigration Act 2015.
The Regulations introduce a residence registration requirement, extend the validity period of residence permits, allow the Minister of Interior to stay the deportation of foreign nationals while an application for renewal of their employer’s Expatriate Quota is pending, and revamp penalties for non-compliance. 22 more words