Effective September 10, 2011, Ukraine will offer three types of visa, classified by duration of stay. There will be no change to work authorization eligibility requirements. In a related development, it is expected that Ukraine will begin issuing temporary residence permits to foreign nationals working at a representative office of an employer abroad.
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The recent announcement that the Santa Fe Group has acquired Interdean is a major milestone in the relocation industry. We speak to Interdean Group’s Sales and Marketing Director, Mark Burchell, about the announcement to gain an understanding of the benefits this will bring to Interdean’s clients. What has changed? Really nothing has significantly changed...
Tags: Interdean News Posted in 2011, Interdean News, mobility, Santa Fe Group, Worldwide |
An event in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care… Saturday 6th August 2011 kick off 10.30am Location: London Wasps Training Ground Twyford Avenue, Acton, W3 View map Stalls, rugby games, rugby stars, family fun and lots of sun Bring the whole family and meet the London Wasps players, enjoy tasty food from local stalls, and...
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EMEA : Interdean welcomes John Rason MA Chartered Fellow Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (FCIPD) as part of its Client Services Team What John Rason Will be Doing at Interdean John is an International HR Professional who will be working with corporate clients to help develop their mobility and relocation programmes. John will assist...
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Following on from the 2010 Interdean Tri-Hards challenge, we are doing it again! Call us suckers for punishment, but we love it! And it is all for a good cause too. Raising Money for Marie Curie Cancer Care A team of Interdean staff are competing in the Olympic distance triathlon to raise money for Marie...
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Louis Van Gaal, former Bayern Munich coach, instructed Interdean to undertake his household goods move last month Prior to managing the biggest team in Germany, the Dutchman was in charge of a number of other high-profile teams, including; Ajax, Barcelona and AZ. Van Gaal plans to take a break for a year before he...
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London, UK : Interdean International Relocation welcomes Barrie Gilmour as UK Sales Director Barrie is well-known for his industry expertise, global sales outlook and driving business growth, all of which will enhance Interdean’s UK Sales Department. Barrie’s new role will see him streamlining Interdean’s sales strategy, ensuring continued growth and further promoting the innovative solutions...
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The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine passed Resolution №567 on Approval of the Rules for Issuing Visas for Entrance to and Transit through the Territory of Ukraine (“The Resolution”) on 1st June 2011. The Resolution comes into force on 10th September 2011. The Resolution cuts the categories of visas required for entering Ukraine from...
Tags: Industry News Posted in 2011, Immigration & Visas News, Interdean News, Ukraine |
On June 23, 2011, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released an advance copy of Announcement 2011-40, which increases the 2011 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, medical...
Posted in 2011, Effective July 1, Increases, IRS, Mileage Rates, Standard, Uncategorized, US |
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