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TURKEY – Changes to Residence Permit Law

As we previously described, on 13 August 2016 Turkey published the “Law On International Workforce” (Law No. 6735), with immediate effect.

The new law also provided for various amendments to the 2014 Law on International Protection (aka Residence Permit Law). 19 more words


NIGERIA – New CERPAC Centres Established

The Federal Ministry of Interior (“FMI”) has commissioned twenty-eight new Combined Expatriate Residence Permit and Alien Card (CERPAC) production centres across Nigeria.

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Immigration Alerts

4 ways you can become a Belgian!

Thursday July 21st we celebrated Belgium’s National Day!  Want to celebrate the next national day as a permanent resident or better still citizen, read on… 670 more words

Society & News

New Data in Immiguru: LUXEMBOURG - Residence Permit (Assignment from EEA/Switzerland)

We’re very pleased to announce that the Residence Permit (Assignment from EEA/Switzerland) process for Luxembourg has been added to Immiguru.

This process allows for the secondment of a foreign national who will remain on home country payroll and contract but is assigned by a company inside the EEA and Switzerland to the same company or a recipient of a service provision in Luxembourg for a determined period to execute a service provision. 29 more words


GHANA – Visa on Arrival for all African Union Nationals

Effective 8 July 2016, Ghana has officially started implementing a previously announced visa-on-arrival policy for all nationals of African Union member states arriving through the Kotoka International Airport (KIA). 24 more words


Travel Documents

One of the less glamorous aspects of going abroad for any length of time is making sure your butt is covered in case of extraneous circumstances. 763 more words


China's impossible employment laws

This year the Chinese government decided to tighten up the laws on foreigners working in China. This is mainly because of how many companies will employ any white face as an English teacher, claiming that they are a native speaker (Jenny, who I worked part time for, told parents that the French, Russian and Albanian teachers were all Canadian), giving fake degree certificates to potential teachers (I have heard that a few of the teachers hired by cita had been supplied with fake certificates) and lying about the work experience of foreign teachers. 1,176 more words