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SPAIN – Company Signatory Must Prove Residence in Spain or EU

BOLIVIA – New Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirement

BRAZIL – New Temporary Residence Status for Nationals of Neighbouring Non-Mercosur Countries

UNITED STATES – Federal Judges in Hawaii and Maryland Block Key Parts of Second Executive Order on Immigration

SINGAPORE – Longer Processing Times for Work and Dependent Passes

UNITED KINGDOM – Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules – April 2017

ITALY – New Quota Decree Published

NORWAY – New Rules for Residence Permit Holders Changing Employers

TURKEY – Regulations Published for New Turquoise Card

ISRAEL – Clarification: Short-Term Employment Authorisation (SEA) Cannot Be Obtained Post Arrival

CHINA – New Work Permit System to Commence Early in Shanghai

NORWAY – New Rules for Residence Permit Holders Changing Employers

Effective immediately, residence permit holders who are skilled workers with an employer in Norway can now change employers without having to apply for a new residence permit, even if the name of their employer is written on the residence card, provided they work in the same type of position as before.

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NORWAY – New Rules for Residence Permit Holders Changing Employers

This news alert was prepared using information from Pytheas.

NORWAY – New Peregrine Partner – Pytheas

We are very pleased to announce Pytheas, as our latest partner for Immiguru.

Pytheas, a Norwegian relocation company which offers immigration and relocation services to any company that assigns personnel to Norway, has already begun reviewing the data we have in Immiguru on immigration and work authorisation processes to Norway, and we are delighted that they have joined our partner network!

New Data in Immiguru: Norway – Temporary Assignments (Under 90 Days)

We’re very pleased to announce that the Temporary Assignments (Under 90 Days) to Norway process was added to Immiguru this month.

Some work-related activities are permitted on a Schengen C Visa or visa waiver stay for non-EU/EEA/Swiss nationals assigned from outside the EU/EEA to Norway for a period of up to 90 days.

Many thanks to our partners in Norway, Oslo Relocation and Homble Olsby, for their help with this!

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