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TURKEY: Electronic Visa System to Replace Visa-on-Arrival Program

By Ben Tibber

Beginning April 10, 2014, foreign nationals currently eligible for a visa-on-arrival will be required to apply for electronic travel authorization prior to entering Turkey. The Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the implementation of an electronic visa system to replace the current visa-on-arrival program available to certain nationalities entering Turkey for business or tourism. The visa-on-arrival... »

BRAZIL: Work Visa Applicants Can Now File Electronically

By Ben Tibber

IMPACT – Medium What is the change? The Ministry of Labor is booting up a new electronic filing system for work visa applicants. What does the change mean? Applicants can submit work visa requests online using an electronic signature. Implementation timeframe: The electronic filing option will begin on Dec. 16. Visas/permits affected: Work permit... »

Germany: New Electronic Residence Cards for Non-EU/EEA Nationals

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Foreign nationals applying for German residence cards in select cities will have to provide fingerprints starting on November 1, 2010, as part of a pilot program to test a new electronic residence card that will include biometric information. The pilot program will be implemented at the Local Aliens Offices (Ausländeramt) in the following cities:... »

United States: DHS Finalizes Electronic I-9 Regulation

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The Department of Homeland Security is finalizing the legal requirements for employers who wish to perform the Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification process electronically. »

United States: Electronic Submission of Prevailing Wage Requests to Begin January 21

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Starting January 21, employers and their representatives will be able to submit electronic requests for prevailing wage determinations through the Department of Labor’s iCERT online portal. »

United States: Electronic Submission of Prevailing Wage Requests Expected to Start January 20

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During a meeting with stakeholders today, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced that it would be implementing an online, automated system for submitting prevailing wage requests, starting on January 20, 2010. »