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Archive for: December, 2012

Can Relocation Save the Western Economies?

February 28, 2012 OK; I am clearly biased, but I give the answer to this a resounding yes. I am a historian by training (isn’t everyone in relocation?), so I am going to give a super-quick Canadian history lesson. Immigration was not only important to Canada’s growth; it was crucial! Apparently it isn’t easy attracting…

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Potential Processing Delays for Work Permit, Visa Applications Due to Government Holiday Closures

December 14, 2012: Numerous government offices worldwide will be closed or work under reduced staff and/or hours of operation during the holiday season. This will likely result in processing delays o work permits, residence permits, and visas into the New Year. Below is a summary of most immigration office and consular post closings. NORTH AMERICA…

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Shanghai Labor Bureau Eliminates Expedited Services for Work Permits

December 6, 2012: Put into effect on November 1, 2012, the Shanghai Labor Bureau stopped the expedited service for Work Permit applications in Shanghai. In this regard, all Work Permit applications (both initial and renewal applications) will be processed under the normal processing time of three working days upon submission of complete documents or information.…

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