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Salary threshold for German Blue Card increased to 52,000 € for 2018. Read Full Article
Thanks to our partners at Intermark relocation who represent Kazakhstan, Belarus and Azerbaijan we have some new news on upcoming immigration changes within the Kazakhstan Republic. Read Full Article
 
A new update has arrived from Executive Relocations our G.I.N member in France.
New immigration guidelines were published on October 31st bringing two major changes.
Two new professional immigration categories: the “Talent... Read Full Article
A few months ago we released an article outlining the immigration policies of both the democratic and republican nominations. Since then candidates have dropped out of the race leaving us now with just two candidates for president of the United States of America. Read Full Article
G.I.N welcomes the opportunity to grow our network in countries not currently represented, and actively seek applications from reputable immigration specialists who understand the benefits of collaborative partnerships - “Thinking Global, Acting Local”. Read Full Article
In the wake of the EU referendum there is still plenty of contention around the future of Britain. After the fact, there is strong support for both staying and leaving the EU and many theories on what the future holds. One possibility that is gaining traction on a local level is the idea of free movement of citizens between the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Read Full Article
Thanks to Executive Relocations, our representative members in France, we have a new update on immigration changes and reforms. 
The law n° 2016-274 dated March 7th 2016 brings new attributes to... Read Full Article
A warm welcome to our newest GIN member hailing from Russia. Intermark Relocation have provided their latest news update which is a review of changes in Russian immigration law from January to July 2016. Read Full Article
23 June 2016 referendum by British voters to remove themselves from the European Union (EU), will be one of the most defining moments in 2016 as well as a historic moment for the EU and the United Kingdom (UK). Read Full Article
Nestled between Australia and New Zealand lies the peaceful island community of Norfolk; the jewel of the Pacific Ocean. Used predominantly as a convict penal settlement from the 1788 to 1855 the first civilian residence appeared on the island one year later in 1856. Under the rule of the UK until 1913 it was handed over to Australian administration as one of its first external territories. Read Full Article
The Graduate Scheme allows legally resident non-EEA third level graduates to remain in Ireland for the purpose of seeking employment and applying for the relevant permit. Previously, Graduates were issued an extended Stamp 2 for an additional 6 - 12 months to look for employment and granted permission to work during this time. However, in the interests of clarity the stamp now provided for extension is 1G. Read Full Article
 
For non – EU citizens: health coverage entitlements for adult dependents only apply after 3 months of continuous residency in France.
Minors remain entitled to health coverage upon arrival in France.... Read Full Article
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