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New eligibility requirements and a revised immigration quota allocation for IT specialists have come into effect in Ukraine. In particular, the Ministry for Development of Economy, Trade and Agriculture of Ukraine has introduced changes to its earlier decree on quota allocations for 2020.
Fakhoury Global Immigration
The Czech embassy in New Delhi, India, has implemented a new appointment booking system for nationals of India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and the Maldives applying for employee cards
Fragomen
The Embassy of the Czech Republic in New Delhi announced that the e-mail appointment scheduling system for Employee Card applicants from Bangladesh, ...
Fragomen
Effective immediately, the ​Czech Republic has transferred the requirement of registering posted workers from the receiving entity to the sending entity.
Fragomen
Czech authorities have introduced consular quotas for visa-required countries through a new law and have implemented other changes to streamline immigration processes.
Fragomen
New legislation expected to come into effect in August 2019 will set an expiry date of 10 years for the validity of certificates of temporary residence for all EEA and Swiss nationals in the Czech Republic.
Fragomen
The Ministry of the Interior in the popular filing location of Brno in the Czech Republic is currently experiencing lengthy delays to biometric submission appointment availability.
Rutland Jezek
rutland ježek, law firm based in the Czech Republic on a new important institute of the Czech Immigration law.
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Stricter rules for issuing work permits to non-EU nationals in 2012 have been announced by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs.
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
A number of changes have been introduced affecting non-EU nationals entering and remaining in the Czech Republic.
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
From 27 March 2009, new rules are in force significantly limiting access for non-EU nationals to the Czech labour market.
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
From 1 January 2009, an integrated residency and work permit (Green Card) system has been introduced for employees from 12 non-EU/EEA countries.
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