A new report from Cartus Corporation, the leading provider of global relocation services, identifies 44 countries as key emerging markets for conducting business. The report, titled Mobility Challenges in Emerging Markets, is based on survey responses from 116 representatives of multinational corporations of all sizes that move from tens to thousands of employees per...
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Singapore authorities have added several private international schools among the institutions that can admit Student Pass holders, thus broadening educational options for these foreign nationals. As previously reported, foreign nationals who require a Student Pass to study in Singapore can only attend private schools that have received the government’s EduTrust certification. At the time,...
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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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Benchmark Your Organisation’s Mobility Programme to Over 1,000 Others with theGlobal Mobility Trend Survey ReportA survey of 1,037 respondents across 44 countries and a broad range of industry sectors, making it the largest and most robust mobility survey report within the industry to date.Related posts:
Benchmark Your Organisation’s Mobility Programme to Over 1,000 Others with theGlobal Mobility Trend Survey Report
A survey of 1,037 respondents across 44 countries and a broad range of industry sectors, making it the largest and most robust mobility survey report within the industry to date.
Until further notice, Lebanese nationals are inadmissible to Bahrain, and authorities are not processing work or business visas for them. In addition, Lebanese nationals residing in Bahrain will not be permitted to renter the country if they travel abroad.Authorities in Bahrain have temporarily stopped admitting Lebanese nationals and are not processing work or business...
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States will have until January 15, 2013 to implement federal security standards for driver’s licenses and state identification cards as required by the READ ID Act. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today published a final rule postponing the deadline for full state compliance, which had most recently been set for May 11, 2011....
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Due to the political unrest in the Middle East and North Africa, some individuals have been evacuated to the United Kingdom. The U.K. tax authority – Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) – has issued a statement regarding the impact of the recent situations on their guidance for U.K. tax residence.Related posts:
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The employer should consider the usual issues associated with international mobility: social security contributions, income tax, payroll deductions, bank accounts, tax returns, registration requirements, immigration permission, corporation tax, employment laws and collective agreements, whether she should be employed by the Home Country employer or a Host Country entity instead etc, etc.Related posts:
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