Latest Work permit Stories

2014-10-03 23:03:05

New Business Offering Provides Transparent and Efficient Workflow for Companies and Employees; Partners with Top Immigration Attorneys to Help Companies Secure Foreign Talent; Enhanced Product for Individuals Provides a Cost-Effective and Easy Way to Secure Approvals on Applications for Naturalization, Family Green Cards, and DACA San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 03, 2014 Bridge US, a venture-backed immigration software company, today launched Bridge US for Business which aims to...

2011-12-27 11:10:00

The new service of My Vietnam Visa is supposed to help hundreds of foreigners to obtain a permit to work in Vietnam. (PRWEB) December 27, 2011 Since August 1st 2011, foreigners wanting to work in Vietnam are required to possess a valid work permit issued by Vietnam Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs. According to this new requirement, thousands of foreign workers may be forced out of jobs if they are not able to present a valid work permit. Moreover, visa renewals for foreign...

2010-07-19 02:59:00

THE HAGUE, The Netherlands, July 19, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Proposals by the European Commission for a directive on the entry and residence of Intra Corporate Transferees fail to address the needs of working spouses and partners. The Commission's initiative is intended to facilitate common work permit procedures for transferring managers, specialists and graduate trainees to Europe by international companies. However, although the proposals respect basic family rights to accompany the...

2008-10-04 03:00:18

By Mendelson, Isaac This column advocates for considering nonUS professionals to fill in the steadily growing shortage of RF engineers. In addition to presenting the practical and fiscal advantages, this article also highlights the contribution of "imported" engineering talent to securing future domestic jobs. Unlike the days of the high-tech boom in the late 1990s, employers today do not seem very keen to go through the work permits process. This may be explained by the Visa sponsorship...

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