Russia - CIS
On the 1st of December 2012 changes to the Federal Law – FL-115 “On the status of Foreign Citizens in Russia” and to FL “On Education’’ will come into force, and introduce a new requirement …
As of September 9th, 2012 an agreement signed by the Russian and US authorities, dated November 2011 came into force. As a result, simplified rules of issuance for business, private, humanitarian, or …
Move One would like to inform our partners, clients, and friends that a number of our offices will be closed for Eid al-Adha. This Muslim holiday commemorates the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his …
In January 2012 Kazakhstan introduced a number of changes to its immigration legislation. The legislation confirms the provisions described in Move One’s earlier bulletin and introduces further changes such as the newly established Intra-Corporate Transfer (ICT) process.
Family satisfaction can be a major deciding factor for employees considering taking on a foreign assignment. An obstacle in family reunification may be reason enough for a skilled employee to turn down a job offer.
Navigating through the immigration maze may be intimidating to anyone without sufficient knowledge of the local processes.
The new president of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, has announced the future implementation of compulsory exams aimed at migrant workers. Once the presidential decree comes into force, foreign employees, with the exception of highly skilled professionals, will have to prove their knowledge of the Russian language, Russian history, and the basics of Russian legislation in order to work in Russia.
Pet travel rules changed on 1 January, 2012 when the United Kingdom (UK) brought its procedures into line with the European Union (EU). From this date all pets can enter or re-enter the UK from any country in the world without quarantine, provided they meet the rules of the scheme, which will be different depending on the country or territory the pet is coming from.
The Federal Migration Service has started the strict enforcement of a regulation which requires Highly Qualified Professionals (HQP) to submit work permit extension requests no later than 30 calendar days before the work permit expiration.
The prestigious Re:locate Awards shortlist has just been announced and Move One is thrilled to be nominated, once again, for the category: Technological Innovation in Relocation. Getting onto the shortlist is already a fantastic achievement, but a further compliment is the fact that this is the third year in succession that Move One has been nominated for the award.