Expat News Tagged 'travel and tourism'

IoM Simplifies Seasonal Hospitality Work Permits

IoM Simplifies Seasonal Hospitality Work Permits

By Fiona Moore, for Expatbriefing.com, 27 March, 2017

The Isle of Man has made it easier for companies in the tourism industry to recruit seasonal workers where they have been unable to recruit workers locally. Read full story »

Tags: Isle of Man | business | employees | travel and tourism | unemployment | Expats | Working Abroad | Work | Working Abroad | Working Abroad

 

UK FCO Updates Consular Assistance Guide

UK FCO Updates Consular Assistance Guide

By Fiona Moore, for ExpatBriefing.com, 03 March, 2015

The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office has updated its guide entitled "Support For British Nationals Abroad." Read full story »

Tags: United Kingdom | travel and tourism | Expat Services | Expats | Travel | Working Abroad | Welfare | Work | Working Abroad | Lifestyle | Lifestyle | Working Abroad

 

Cricket World Cup Thrills Sports Fans In Australia

Cricket World Cup Thrills Sports Fans In Australia

By Fernand Gagnier, for ExpatBriefing.com, 18 February, 2015

The ICC Cricket World cup sprang into life at the weekend and almost immediately brought dismal news for English expats, while Irish fans living in Australia celebrated an impressive win. Read full story »

Tags: investment | business | Ireland | training | Australia | travel and tourism | Expats | business investment | Sports

 

Indonesia To Extend Visa Waivers To Five More Countries

Indonesia To Extend Visa Waivers To Five More Countries

By Haruna Kobayashi, for ExpatBriefing.com, 01 December, 2014

Indonesia is set to introduce visa-free travel for short-term visitors from Australia, China, Japan, South Korea, and Russia. Read full story »

Tags: Russia | China | travel and tourism | Indonesia | Korea, South | Japan | Expats | Travel | Visas and Passports

 

UK Rolling Out Red Carpet For China's Wealthy

UK Rolling Out Red Carpet For China's Wealthy

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 30 June, 2014

The United Kingdom is hoping to attract more Chinese tourists and expatriates by improving its visa approvals system. Read full story »

Tags: China | United Kingdom | travel and tourism | Expats | Travel | Visas and Passports | Europe

 

UK Responds To Passport Backlog With Concessions

UK Responds To Passport Backlog With Concessions

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 26 June, 2014

The British government has announced a series of measures to help clear a backlog of passport applications. Read full story »

Tags: fees | travel and tourism | Expats | Travel | Visas and Passports

 

HK Hikes Air Passenger Security Charge

HK Hikes Air Passenger Security Charge

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 28 April, 2014

The Airport Authority Hong Kong has announced that, from June 1, the so-called "passenger security charge," which is collected directly from each departing passenger at Hong Kong International Airport, will be increased by 36 percent. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | expatriates | tax | business | law | aviation | fees | travel and tourism | Hong Kong | Expats

 

Canada Changes Visa Fees

Canada Changes Visa Fees

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 11 February, 2014

Starting from February 06, 2014 the Canadian government implemented new fees for processing visitor visas, according to an announcement from Chris Alexander, the country's minister of citizenship and immigration. Read full story »

Tags: tax | fees | travel and tourism | Canada | Expats | Immigration | Travel | Visas and Passports | Working Abroad | Work | Working Abroad | Immigration | Working Abroad

 

Thailand Plans Tourist Entry Fee

Thailand Plans Tourist Entry Fee

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 25 October, 2013

Public Health Minister Pradit Sintavanarong has indicated that Thailand's Government is looking at a plan to impose a fee on foreigners entering the country from January 2014. Read full story »

Tags: tax | Thailand | fees | travel and tourism | tax rates | Expats

 

EU Attempts To Clarify Rules On Car Taxes

EU Attempts To Clarify Rules On Car Taxes

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 17 December, 2012

The European Commission has issued a Communication to clarify European Union rules on cross-border car taxation and recommend measures to strengthen the Single Market in this area, with the aim of minimizing the problems encountered in moving cars between member states and removing obstacles for rentals. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | tax | business | European Commission | vehicle tax | law | travel and tourism | European Union (EU) | Europe

 

 




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