Global Immigration Weekly Roundup - 14 October 2019

The latest vital global immigration news and insights in your weekly update from Newland Chase.


BREXIT: UK Minister Confirms EU Citizens Who Miss Settled Status Deadline May Be Deported

On 10 October 2019, the Home Office Minister Brandon Lewis told a German newspaper that, in a no-deal Brexit, EU citizens could be deported from the UK if they fail to apply for settled status by the 31 December 2020 deadline, even if they fulfil all legal conditions for a residence permit.

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All Eyes on Brexit: Is the Divorce Final?

Attend Sophy King’s timely educational session at Worldwide ERC® Global Workforce Symposium Thursday this week and meet with eight members of our global leadership team at booth #506. See you in Boston!

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COSTA RICA: Sharp Increase in Guarantee Deposit Rate Affects Current Cases

Effective immediately, the General Directorate of Immigration has significantly increased the amounts of guarantee deposit payable by applicants for immigration status in Costa Rica.

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PHILIPPINES: In-Person Application for Alien Employment Permit in Manila [UPDATED]

[UPDATE] A new DOLE-NCR advisory, issued 30 September 2019 and effective 15 October 2019, significantly modifies the new requirements introduced on 1 October 2019.

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