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NORWAY – New Rules for Residence Permit Holders Changing Employers

Effective immediately, residence permit holders who are skilled workers with an employer in Norway can now change employers without having to apply for a new residence permit, even if the name of their employer is written on the residence card, provided they work in the same type of position as before. 21 more words


Residence Permits

Most Indonesian people, being from a country outside of the European Economic Area and EFTA, who plan to stay in Iceland for more than three months, must have a valid residence permit. 198 more words


SPAIN – Company Signatory Must Prove Residence in Spain or EU

Effective immediately, company representatives acting as signatories for employment contracts for residence permit applications for Highly Qualified Professionals and Intra-Company Transferees must be legally resident in Spain or in another European Union (EU) member state. 28 more words

Immigration Alerts

Woman deported from UK despite being married to Briton for 27 years

Irene Clennell, who has children and a grandchild in the UK, lost indefinite leave to remain after spending time in Singapore caring for parents 501 more words

The Muslim Times

SPAIN – Higher Risk of Denial of Residence Authorisation Application

The Spanish authorities are currently adopting much more restrictive criteria to decide applications for residence permits for Highly Qualified Employees under the “Entrepreneurs’ Act” (Ley 14/2013). 23 more words

Immigration Alerts

MOROCCO – Stricter Application Requirements for Residence Permits

In the last few weeks, the immigration authorities in Morocco have introduced stricter rules for residence permit applications.

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Immigration Alerts

GREECE – Residence Permit Applications Suspended 15 to 24 February

The Ministry of Interior in Greece has announced that it will not be accepting any residence permit applications between 15 and 24 February 2017, due to the implementation of technical reforms. 22 more words