TEMPORARY ENTRY INTO THE CANADIAN LABOUR MARKET – IMMIGRATION LAW SERIES – NEW BOOK RELEASED

It is exciting to announce that our book “Temporary Entry into the Canadian Labour Market” is now available to readers who are seeking to learn all about the various categories and requirements pertaining to a foreign national’s temporary entry into the Canadian labour market. Writing this book alongside Stephen Green, Cristina Guida and Peter Salerno […]

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UPDATES TO CANADA’S TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

As Canada’s first dose vaccination rate continues to climb above 70 percent, on July 19, 2021, Canada announced long-awaited changes to the border closure between Canada and the United States, which have been in effect from March, 2020. Today’s announcement, which followed a series of changes to the quarantine and testing requirements for fully vaccinated […]

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Right To Work Checks

UK employers are required to comply with all immigration regulations and Home Office guidance, including the requirement to conduct Right to Work Checks before employment commences.  The Home Office have a prescriptive checking service which includes checking a prospective employees required documents in their presence and date stamping the copy documents to confirm when the […]

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LexCase joins IR as the exclusive Immigration Law Member in France

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Raphael Apelbaum of LexCase. Raphael has joined IR as our exclusive Immigration Law Member in France. Raphael APELBAUM is heading our Immigration & Mobility Practice Group in full collaboration with Florence Drapier Faure (Labor law & mobility) and Philippe Drouillot (Tax […]

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Freeport East: What does it mean?

On 3rd March 2021, the Government announced its approval of Freeport East, a combination bid to designate together the Ports of Felixstowe and Harwich International as a Freeport. Freeport East offers an opportunity for imports to arrive from abroad into the Freeport zone using simplified documentation and no tariffs. Freeport East is not simply limited […]

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UK INWARD INVESTMENT BY CHINESE ENTREPRENEURS AND INVESTORS

THE UK IMMIGRATION OPTIONS The UK has for many years been the beneficiary of significant inward investment by Chinese Corporations and Entrepreneurs. There are many UK Companies owned by Chinese Investors and Entrepreneurs and also Chinese investments throughout the United Kingdom. London continues to be one of the leading Global financial centres, even after Brexit […]

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British and other Non-EU Nationals’ route to Residency in Cyprus

The Withdrawal Agreement has been great for British Nationals who already resided in Cyprus or exercised their right of free movement into the country prior to the 31/12/2020.  They can continue living in the country and enjoy their right of free movement and employment like any other EU National.   But what about those who want […]

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Webinar: Immigration Simplified for HR and Immigration Leads

As we head into 2021 and get ready for for what we expect will be a busy year in Immigration law, policy and regulation changes, we invite HR/Immigration Leads to join us for another monthly installment of “Immigration Simplified: Strategies and Lessons for HR and Immigration Teams” This is one of our three monthly (FREE) webinars […]

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Home Sweet Home:

Residency Options and Succession Planning for High Net Worth Individuals

December 2020

Living, working and dying in the digital age The baby boomers of the 1960s will have the dubious distinction of being the first generation who will continue to live on […]

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Kripa Upadhyay features in Times of India article entitled: ‘Court strikes down Trump admin’s H-1B restrictions’

MUMBAI: A US district court  has set aside the two recently introduced rules that stifled hiring of H-1B workers, by significantly hiking wages and restricting eligibility norms. These rules, were promulgated on a fast track basis and introduced as interim final rules in early October, without the normal procedure of inviting public comments and vetting the […]

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