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Denmark Approves Tougher Citizenship Rules

Integration Minister Inger Støjberg has secured the necessary support for her plan to make it more difficult to become a Dane, she said on Monday. The Venstre government on Monday reached an agreement with four other political parties on what it described as an historic agreement on new citizenship requirements. The integration minister announced that […]

From April 2016, migrant workers will need to earn at least £35,000 to qualify for settlement in the UK. Will this affect your life in the country? Non-EU migrants who have spent more than five years working in the country will be required to earn £35,000 per year or else face deportation, according to a […]

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Under the Conservative government, tough immigration changes will take effect from this Autumn as well as in April 2016. Here are how the changes could affect you: Services Immigration status can now impact certain aspects of your daily  life with your passport being checked more often. For example, civil penalties could be given to employers if they do […]

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A new law was put to the French parliament on Monday which aims to shrink the bureaucratic hurdles for foreigners wanting to stay in France. The raft of measures, introduced on Monday, aims to make a dent in the mountains of paperwork that come with France’s immigration system that has dealt with around 200,000 legal […]

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In its 2015 annual report, the Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration (SVR) assesses Germany’s transformation to a modern immigration country. In its sixth annual report, the Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration (SVR) says Germany has developed “progressive immigration tools for third-country citizens.” Germany has not only caught […]

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