May 24, 2024

Month: April 2024

Can individuals from India apply for a Schengen visa valid for five years? Essential information for you.

Starting April, Schengen visa holders can visit Bulgaria and Romania, following the EU’s December 2023 ruling. The Schengen system now includes these countries, with streamlined online visa applications launching soon. This digital visa will replace traditional stickers and requires biometric registration. The updated visa code from February 2 mandates certain conditions for obtaining a Schengen Visa, allowing multiple entries over five years, adhering to the 90/180-day rule.

This recent development allows Indian citizens to request a multiple-entry Schengen visa with extended duration. The European Commission made this decision on April 18, enacting precise regulations regarding the issuance of multiple-entry visas to individuals from India.

Indian nationals are now eligible for long-term multi-entry Schengen visas lasting up to two years,

Permanent residence fees increasing on April 30, 2024 : Canada

On April 30, 2024, fees for all permanent residence applications are increasing as part of a

Immigration warns of ‘too good to be true’ job offers

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is urging migrant workers in New Zealand to educate their family

New tools strengthen immigration law enforcement

Starting 11 April 2024 Immigration New Zealand (INZ) will be able to issue infringement notices

Changes to Work to Residence and occupations on the Green List

The Government is making changes to occupations eligible for Transport Sector Work to Residence and

Changes to the Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV)

The Government is making changes to the Accredited Employer Work Visa. Find out what these

Joint EU-US-Armenia High Level Meeting in Support of Armenia’s resilience

President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, EU High Representative/Vice-President, Josep Borrell,Secretary of State of

Press statement by President von der Leyen on a Resilience and Growth Plan for Armenia

Prime Minister Pashinyan, Dear Secretary Blinken, I am very glad to host this meeting together