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SINGAPORE: (Nov. 21, 2014) Changes in work authorization impact some foreign spouses

November 24, 2014
SINGAPORE: (Nov. 21, 2014) Changes in work authorization impact some foreign spouses

IMPACT – MEDIUM What is the change? Beginning next year, foreign spouses of Singapore citizens and permanent residents on Long Term Visit Passes may obtain Letters of Consent from the Ministry of Manpower allowing them to work. What does the change mean? Companies that hire foreign spouses can obtain Letters of Consent instead of...

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Posted in bal, FEM Global Immigration News, Foreign, long, Pass, Singapore, spouses, Work |

MALAYSIA: (Nov. 6, 2014) Changes impact dependents, long-term visit pass holders, Philippines knowledge workers

November 10, 2014
MALAYSIA: (Nov. 6, 2014) Changes impact dependents, long-term visit pass holders, Philippines knowledge workers

IMPACT – MEDIUM What is the change? Malaysia’s Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) has announced updates to processing that will impact dependents, long-term social visit pass holders and Philippine nationals. What does the change mean? Dependent passes will only be issued to applicants 18 years and younger; long-term visit pass holders cannot study, work or perform political...

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Posted in bal, dependent, FEM Global Immigration News, Foreign, long, Malaysia, Pass, term, visit, Work |

SINGAPORE: Long-Term Visit Passes for unmarried couples receiving more scrutiny

October 3, 2014
SINGAPORE: Long-Term Visit Passes for unmarried couples receiving more scrutiny

IMPACT – MEDIUM What is the change? Singapore is growing more stringent in its review of applications for Long-Term Visit Passes for unmarried common-law partners of Employment Pass holders. What does the change mean? The Ministry of Manpower is applying more scrutiny and may reject applications for unmarried partners whose home countries do not legally recognize common-law...

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Posted in bal, Employment, FEM Global Immigration News, long, partners, Pass, Singapore, term, visit |

The Changing World of International Assignments

November 20, 2013
The Changing World of International Assignments

More and more international assignments result from international business needs and when businesses need experienced leaders in new markets, they often turn to internal assignees. Similarly, when technical workers in a support centre need training, they may be sent to an established company site in a different country for a period of time, or...

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Posted in Article, Assignment, Assignments, Business, employee, FEM Articles, home, long, short, term |

The Changing World of International Assignments

November 20, 2013
The Changing World of International Assignments

More and more international assignments result from international business needs and when businesses need experienced leaders in new markets, they often turn to internal assignees. Similarly, when technical workers in a support centre need training, they may be sent to an established company site in a different country for a period of time, or...

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Posted in Article, Assignment, Assignments, Business, employee, FEM Articles, home, long, short, term |

Singapore: New Visit Pass Offers Longer Residence, Eased Employment Authorization for Foreign Spouses of Singapore Citizens

March 11, 2012
Singapore: New Visit Pass Offers Longer Residence, Eased Employment Authorization for Foreign Spouses of Singapore Citizens

A new Long Term Visit Pass Plus (LTVP+) provides a longer residence period, streamlined employment authorization and access to healthcare benefits to the qualifying foreign spouses of Singapore citizens. The new pass will be available beginning April 1. A foreign national who is the spouse of a Singaporean citizen and who has at least one...

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Posted in Apply, FEM Global Immigration News, Foreign, long, ltvp+, Pass, Singapore, singaporean, term, visit |

Angola / Portugal: Bilateral Agreement to Simplify Visa Processes

November 23, 2011
Angola / Portugal: Bilateral Agreement to Simplify Visa Processes

Angola and Portugal have approved a bilateral agreement that will simplify visa processes for their respective nationals. The changes are intended to facilitate growth and investment. Each country will introduce two new visas. A multiple-entry short-term visa will allow business stays of up to 90 days per entry within a six-month period. A multiple-entry...

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Posted in country, days, Entry, FEM Global Immigration News, long, Portagal, processed, term, Uncategorized, visa, Work |

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