The latest vital global immigration news and insights in your weekly update from Newland Chase.
Brexit and Immigration: What You Need to Know
Newland Chase has been at the forefront of preparing companies and their employees in the UK and the EU for the UK’s potential withdrawal from the EU. Find all the essential tools that you need to successfully navigate this rapidly-changing landscape in our dedicated Brexit resource.
Jason Rogers Speaking at SHRM Symposium in Washington, D.C.
Join VP and Senior Global Immigration Counsel Jason Rogers at the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Global Mobility and Immigration Symposium, November 3-6, for his presentation Using Global Rotational Programs to Recruit and Retain Top Talent.
AUSTRALIA: New Employment Contract Policy for 482 Visa Applications Retracted [UPDATED 24 Oct 2019]
The recent policy change requiring an end date for employment contracts for Subclass 482 Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) visa applications has been dropped. Visa processing officers have been notified that applications should be assessed in line with previous policy advice.
Newland Chase Shortlisted for EMEA Immigration Provider of the Year
Newland Chase is once again on the shortlist to receive the Forum for Expatriate Management’s (FEM) EMEA EMMA for Immigration Provider of the Year. The 2019 EMEA Expatriate Management & Mobility Awards (EMMAs) will be presented at the gala awards dinner during the FEM EMEA Global Mobility Summit held November 20-21 at the InterContinental in London.
BELGIUM: Some Historical Residence Fees Can Be Reclaimed
On 11 September 2019, the Belgian Council of State annulled two Royal Decrees that lay down the payment of residence administrative fees (the first of 16 February 2015 that introduced the administrative fee and the second of 14 February 2017 that raised the fee amount).