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  1. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    New measures have been announced in New Zealand to stop rogue employers from recruiting people from overseas to work for them. Employers who breach immigration and employment law will be prevented from giving jobs to workers from abroad under the changes which will come into operation on 01...
  2. South Africa Expat Forum for Expats Living in SA
    It was common practise for applicants to enter South Africa on a visitors visa and then apply for temporary residency at a local Department of Home Affairs. This is no longer permitted and all ‘first time’ applications must be made from your home country. Again this has been common knowledge...
  3. South Africa Expat Forum for Expats Living in SA
    You may have read recently that all kinds of changes are happening with regards to South African immigration law. Actually, the amendments to the Immigration Act was passed a few months ago, but the regulations (how the law actually operates in the real world) are only going to be signed and...
  4. Articles: Europe
    Changes to immigration law in the UK will ensure that only legal migrants can benefit from and have access to the labour market, health services, housing, bank accounts and driving licences. A new bill will also make it easier to remove those with no right to be in the UK, reduce the...
  5. Mexico Expat Forum for Expats Living in Mexico
    Retirees forced out of Mexico Well it certainly seems that way with the new immigration rules published this morning. I know tons of people who either own a home or rely on cheap rent so do well with the old income requirements of $12-1300us a month. To raise that limit almost $800 is...
  6. Articles: Americas
    Sections of Arizona’s controversial new immigration law which comes into effect today (Thursday July 29) have been blocked by a judge who has imposed a temporary injunction on the most sensitive parts of the new rules. US District Judge Susan Bolton ruled that certain sections should be put on...
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