The latest global immigration news and insights in your weekly newsletter from Newland Chase.
UNITED STATES : Visa Applicants Now Required to Disclose Social Media Accounts
Effective immediately, the US Department of State has updated its nonimmigrant and immigrant visa forms, requiring most applicants to list all personal social media accounts, with usernames or handles (not passwords), along with telephone numbers and email addresses, dating back five years, when completing the the standard visa application forms.
IRELAND: Most Common Work Permit Options… in 5 Minutes
With a booming economy and continued access to the European common market post-Brexit, international business should keep an eye on Ireland. Here’s a quick summary of the most common work permission routes you need to know about.
Meet Newland Chase Immigration Experts at SHRM 2019 Annual Conference
Newland Chase and CIBTvisas will once again be exhibiting at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Annual Conference and Exposition. This year’s event will be held June 23 - 26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. If you are attending, stop by our booth #2902 and pick up a complimentary copy of our white paper, 6 Key Strategies to Get the Most from Your Global Immigration Provider.
PHILIPPINES: New Tax Registration Rules Issued
Effective immediately, all foreign nationals applying for an Alien Employment Permit (AEP), a Provisional Work Permit (PWP), a Special Work Permit (SWP) or any work visa are required to obtain a Tax Identification Number (TIN).
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: Permanent Residency "Golden Card" Introduced
The UAE has started issuing a new permanent residency "golden card" to qualifying investors, exceptional talents in the field of science and knowledge such as doctors, specialists, scientists, inventors, and creative individuals in the field of culture and art.