NFU Chief: New immigration policy could ‘severely impact UK farming sector’

By |februar 19th, 2020|Brexit, immigration, News, seasonal workers, UK agriculture|

The UK government has come under fire from farmers and industry groups for failing to adequately consider the impact of its proposed new immigration policy on the UK agricultural sector.

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UK unveils new visa scheme for scientists after Brexit

By |januar 27th, 2020|Boris Johnson, Brexit, immigration, News|

Britain on Sunday (26 January) announced a new fast-track visa scheme for top scientists, researchers and mathematicians as it prepares a new immigration system for life outside the European Union.

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Business leaders urge UK to loosen rules on post-Brexit migration

By |januar 24th, 2020|immigration, News, post-Brexit trade|

UK business leaders have urged Boris Johnson’s government to loosen its planned rules for post-Brexit migration, notably by dropping the minimum income needed to live and work in the UK.

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 SR Brexit – Raising awareness for hidden Europeans

By |oktober 22nd, 2019|Brexit, eu citizenship, immigration, News|

Raising awareness of the need for EU citizens in the UK to apply for EU Settled Status is one of the main challenges facing the UK government and activists. And it’s proving to be harder than many in the government expected.

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Data access blow for EU nationals with UK immigration cases

By |oktober 4th, 2019|Brexit, Brexit negotiations, data access, immigration, News|

EU nationals will be unable to access their personal records held by the UK government in immigration cases, following a high court ruling on Thursday (3 October) that said "immigration exemption" introduced last year was not unlawful.

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Why do foreign investors leave Bulgaria as if it were the Titanic?

By |februar 11th, 2019|bad governance, Bulgaria, corruption, demography, FDI, immigration, justice and home affairs, News|

Despite being one of the most beautiful countries in the European Union, despite having talented and educated people, despite a favourable tax environment, Bulgaria is likely to stay as the poorest in the EU, and to continue losing its population, writ...

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As EU-Arab summit approaches, more headaches than planned

By |februar 5th, 2019|Arab League, Arab world, Arab-Israeli conflict, Bashar al-Assad, immigration, Jamal Khashoggi, News, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria|

When plans for a summit between the European Union and the Arab League were first hatched last year, it was envisioned as the start of a new friendship across the Mediterranean. What a difference a few months makes. The EU...

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Immigration offers outlet for European economic malaise, says OECD report

By |januar 16th, 2019|immigration, integration, News, OECD|

The OECD has called for immigrants to be better integrated, citing the economic advantages of migration. EURACTIV France reports.

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Major Italian mayors oppose far-right Salvini’s xenophobic law

By |januar 4th, 2019|anti-immigration, immigration, Matteo Salvini, News|

The mayors of three large Italian cities are refusing to obey a controversial anti-immigration law penned by far-right deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini, condemning it as unconstitutional.

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Migrant deaths in the Mediterranean decreased in 2018, UN agency says

By |januar 3rd, 2019|EU migration policy, immigration, News, refugee crisis, UNHCR|

The number of migrants who died or went missing attempting to cross the Mediterranean fell by more than a quarter in 2018 compared to 2,262 in the previous year, the UN refugee agency said on Thursday (3 January).

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