Back to Business: 10 Issues to Address in the Next 100 Days
As US businesses begin to reopen, LegalTech News/Law.com (subscription required) asked lawyers how their firms are leveraging technology to inform clients on states’ and local governments’ evolving reopening requirements.
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The Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare recently released an updated guideline for travelers visiting South Korea, expanding the category of visitors who may be exempt from mandatory quarantine requirements.
Stricter Japan Quarantine to End for Travelers from California and Two US States, Amidst Numerous Changes Every Week
Effective June 14, travelers from California, Oakland, Nebraska and a few countries are no longer subject to the previously discussed stricter quarantine measures.
As we pass 100 days since the end of the Brexit transition period, it is time to reflect on what we have learnt so far in relation to how the end of Free Movement rights has affected British citizens and UK companies operating within the European Economic Area (EEA) and EEA citizens and EEA companies operating in the UK.
For purposes of extending the immigration deadlines by the Federal Police of Brazil, the Ordinance No. 21 of the Ministry of Justice (the “Ordinance”) will enter into force on March 15, 2021, which sets forth the extension of the deadline for immigration regularization until September 16, 2021.
The Japanese government is considering the implementation of a COVID-19 measure to limit entry into the country to 2,000 travelers per day.
Today the Canadian Government announced rules further restricting international travel.
On the cusp of the January 20, 2021 US presidential inauguration, the Trump administration has a few remaining days to take action on immigration priorities that have been key to the president’s platform.
In this video, Andrew Olmem, a partner in our Public Policy, Regulatory & Political Law practice, and Elizabeth Espín Stern, who leads our Global Mobility & Migration practice, discuss the Biden administration’s likely immigration actions in response to the executive actions undertaken by the previous administration.