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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
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
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
16 Mar
2016

Under Population.

Posted in Latest News
Over population is a concern to many countries as the continents of the world struggle to define any one workable solution to creating enough space for everyone to live. Because of overcrowding there have been sharp increases to the cost of living worldwide. But why do people live in overcrowded cities? There is land outside of capital cities that has yet to be tapped by immigrants and local populations alike. Read Full Article
For most of its history, Argentina has been characterized as a country of immigration. However global forces, combined with a recent history of economic, political, and social instability, have slowly transformed Argentina into a country of immigration, emigration, and transit. Read Full Article
According to new figures, the total number of employment permits issued in 2015 increased 32 per cent when compared to 2014. Read Full Article
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