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Global Migration Digest, April 2014 (Vol. 2, Issue 3)

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 14042804 (posted Apr. 28, 2014)"

AILA brings you the latest issue of the Global Migration Digest on our digital reading platform! As always, you can peruse the latest edition on your home computer, smart phone, or tablet. Use the top navigation bar to flip pages, print, search for keywords, share with colleagues, and much more!

For those who have trouble with the new format, the PDF version of the newsletter is also available.


In This Issue:

"Canada to Cut Investor, Entrepreneur Programs"
Everything you need to know about the Canadian Government's announced intention to terminate both the Federal Immigrant Investors Program and Federal Entrepreneur Program.

"Canadian Immigration Reform: Trends, Unintended Consequences"
Now that the calendar has turned, the assessment of changes put into place by the Canadian Government in 2013 has begun. Read about the impact of changes to the Foreign Worker Program and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.

"Immigration to New Zealand, Part 1: Corporate Work Visas"
Employees of international companies may be granted work visas for New Zealand under several sections of Immigration Instructions. Read about requirements for a work visa and relevant categories.

"Global Migration Update: Turkey"
Changes to the visa-on-arrival system and all you need to know about the interim procedures put into place by the Turkish government in February.

"Major Changes on Horizon for UK's Tier 1 (Investor) Route"
In existence since 2008, the UK's tier 1 (Investor) route provides a mechanism for high-value migrants outside the EEA to come to the UK provided they hit the minimum investment standard.

"Tier 5: The Holy Grail for Non-UK Service Providers"
The little known Tier 5 visa ("IA visa") subcategory provides a potential solution to difficulties that arise from conducting cross-border business, so long as the practitioner keeps in mind certain compliance obligations.

 
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