By Asher Frankel, Devry Smith Frank LLP
Since becoming President of the US, Donald Trump has initiated a reorientation of American immigration policy. Purporting to protect American security and jobs, and addressing a perceived abuse of the immigration system, President Trump has issued several executive orders impacting immigration law.
By Helen E. Ijewere, Nolands Nigeria
There are three main types of visas: ordinary visa, diplomatic visa and gratis courtesy visa. Ordinary visas come in three different types: transit visa, single journey visa and multiple journey visa.
By Claudia Mattig and Dr Willy Huber, Treuhand- und Revisionsgesellschaft Mattig-Suter & Partner
Moving to Switzerland needs to be considered carefully and must be prepared, planned, organised and carried out with attention to detail. Otherwise there might be many unpleasant surprises, disappointments and problems, and above all there might be problems with Swiss laws. Anyone intending to move to Switzerland should study those requirements and regulations of Swiss law which are important to them and this should be done in good time, as well as during and after moving to Switzerland.
By Dr. Attila Kovács, Kovács Réti Szegheõ Attorneys-at-Law
From 27 December 2012 onwards, non-EU citizens are entitled to buy special state securities based on which national permanent residence permits (Hungarian: nemzeti letelepedési engedély) may be acquired.
By Sameer Kamboj, SKC World
This is the 4th part of the tenpart series “10 Mistakes Made by Entrepreneurs on Their Path to Scaling Up”, today on Emotional Vulnerability. Even after becoming emotionally intelligent, we can be vulnerable when we do not deal with our emotions consciously. We become either oversensitive or insensitive to our own and to others’ emotions. Using various techniques of Emotional Intelligence, whether using the Ability model or Trait Model, we are able to get down to the symptomatic levels of our emotions – but we are often unable to understand “Why we are the way we are?”
By Chaitanya Kumar, SKC World
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of us. The intensity of the impact may vary, but no one can deny that they have been affected by this in one way or the other.
By Elisabeth Colson, Devry Smith Frank LLP
Sheltering in place is easier when needs can be met by a mouse-click, whether shopping, paying bills, or connecting with the outside world. Yet people are more frequently declining webinar invitations, and group catch-up calls now seem draining rather than fun. Yes, video fatigue is a “thing”.