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U.S. Embassies in Canada Processing Limited Visas for Third Country Nationals This Summer

Last week, the Department of State (DOS) announced that the seven U.S. Consulates in Canada will be extremely limited in their ability to process Third Country National (TCN) cases during the peak demand summer months of June, July, and August due to increasingly heavy demand by Canada-based visa applicants. 145 more words

Canadian Border

U.S. Consular Posts in Canada Temporarily Suspend Nonimmigrant Visa Processing for TCNs (Third Country Nationals)

Third Country Nationals may be unable to schedule nonimmigrant visa appointments at U.S. consulates and embassies throughout Canada this summer.

U.S. consular posts in Canada have temporarily suspended nonimmigrant visa processing for Third Country Nationals (TCNs) during June, July, and August because of staffing issues. 145 more words

Administrative & Regulatory

EU free movement law discriminates non EU citizens

EU Law discriminates against individuals and families who aren’t EU citizens. Here’s a list of how EU citizens and their families are given preferential treatment over non-EU nationals (all references are to Directive 2004/38/EC): 1,361 more words

Families And Freedoms

The Labor Pipeline

“Recently, he put up a placard outside his house, advertising jobs. He also opened a new office in Suva, where, each morning, throngs of workers have been lining up outside his gate. 460 more words


Call for papers: Private-sector recruitment and employment in conflict settings

A colleague (Christina Oelgemoller) and I are proposing a panel for the next RGS-IBG conference in London on the recruitment and employment of third country nationals in conflict settings.   360 more words

International Law Forum Event, Today, November 8th

Today, I’m speaking on a panel hosted by the International Law Forum to address a major new White House initiative aimed at curbing human trafficking on U.S. 226 more words

CJEU: The Concept of a Formally Limited Residence Permit

State Secretary van Justitie v Mangat Singh EUECJ C-502/10 (18 October 2012)

As explained in recitals 25 and 26 of its preamble, Directive 2003/109/EC (“the directive”), concerning the status of third-country nationals who are long-term residents, does not apply to the UK, Ireland and Denmark.  1,887 more words

European Union