About Shkurta Januzi

Shkurta Januzi is the News Editor of VisaGuide.World. She is an experienced journalist, content and news editor with an expertise in Traveling, Free Movement, Visas, and Immigration. At VisaGuide.World, she holds the responsibility of providing accurate and relevant news and updates regarding worldwide travel and immigration.

UK – India Sign Agreement to Boost Work Visas for Indians

Home Secretary Priti Patel and Indian Minister of External Affairs Subrahmanyam Jaishanka have signed the ‘Migration and Mobility Partnership,’ through which young professionals of both countries could benefit by living and working in the other. In addition, the UK government’s immigration scheme aims to enhance cooperation on combating immigration, fraud, and crime and attract the best and brightest individuals from India and countries worldwide to study, work and live in Britain VisaGuide.World reports. “The new partnership with [...]

UK – India Sign Agreement to Boost Work Visas for Indians2021-05-09T19:07:25+02:00

US Travel & Tourism Sector Lost $766 Billion in 2020 Due to COVID-19 Restrictions

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a loss of $766 billion in the US travel and tourism sector during last year after most countries all over the world suspended international flights to halt the further spread of the pandemic. The data was revealed through research carried out by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) and was presented through the annual Economic Impact Report (EIR). The annual EIR has shown that the sector’s contribution to the gross domestic [...]

US Travel & Tourism Sector Lost $766 Billion in 2020 Due to COVID-19 Restrictions2021-04-21T12:11:16+02:00

UK Lost £148 Billion in 2020 Due to Travel & Tourism Restrictions

The United Kingdom suffered a £148 billion financial loss and a 62.3 percent decline in contribution to the country's GDP last year due to the Coronavirus pandemic situation. In addition, the crisis provoked by the virus left 307,000 persons working in the travel and tourism sector jobless in 2020, VisaGuide.World reports. These conclusions have been reached by research conducted by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and presented on the annual Economic Impact Report (EIR). In [...]

UK Lost £148 Billion in 2020 Due to Travel & Tourism Restrictions2021-04-12T10:13:19+02:00

Germany Lost €161 Billion Due to Travel & Tourism Restrictions Imposed Last Year

A total of €161 billion financial loss and 46.9 percent decrease in contribution to GDP in Germany’s travel and tourism sector last year have resulted from the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak, due to which international travel has frozen for over 13 months now, causing a devastating situation for this sector, among others. In addition, the crisis provoked by the deadly virus last year left 441,000 persons engaged in the travel and tourism sector across the country jobless, facing [...]

Germany Lost €161 Billion Due to Travel & Tourism Restrictions Imposed Last Year2021-04-10T21:05:04+02:00

USCIS: Initial Electronic Registration Selection Process for H-1B Visas Completed

The United States Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it received enough applications during the initial registration period in order to reach the 2022 fiscal year cap for the Person in Specialty Occupation Visa, known as H-1B visa. Through the H-1B visa, internationals engaged in different fields are permitted to temporary work in some US companies. The US authorities issue 85,000 new H-1B visas yearly for all persons interested in working as architects, doctors, lawyers, accountants, etc., [...]

USCIS: Initial Electronic Registration Selection Process for H-1B Visas Completed2021-04-05T12:14:29+02:00

UAE Approves Issuance of Remote Work & Multi-Entry Tourist Visas

The United Arab Emirates government has approved two new visas, the remote work visa that will permit employees from all countries worldwide to live and work in the country for one year and the multiple-entry tourist visa granted to nationals of all world countries. The decisions came after a meeting of the cabinet chaired by the Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who stressed [...]

UAE Approves Issuance of Remote Work & Multi-Entry Tourist Visas2021-03-26T14:14:10+02:00

Qantas’ Director: Many Governments Consider Making Vaccination “a Condition of Entry”

Vaccines may become mandatory for international travelers, as the government will insist on this issue, the Chief Executive of Australian airline Qantas, Alan Joyce, has declared for the BBC. Joyce mentioned the fact that the vaccines against the Coronavirus pandemic are being considered essential by many governments worldwide to revive the tourism industry, which last year marked a 75.6 percent decrease in the number of international travelers, VisaGuide.World reports. Whether it is a good idea or not, [...]

Qantas’ Director: Many Governments Consider Making Vaccination “a Condition of Entry”2021-03-22T10:22:29+02:00

USCIS May Reopen H-1B Petitions Rejected Previously by Trump Administration

The Biden administration has unfolded its plans to reopen H-1B petitions that have previously been denied due to three rescinded Trump policy memos. Such announcement has brought hope to many Indian professionals, who are the largest national group of applicants or the US H-1B visa program, obtaining nearly two-thirds of the total of 85,000 H-1B visas issued annually, as well as other internationals interested in working in the US companies, in different fields such as professors, doctors, [...]

USCIS May Reopen H-1B Petitions Rejected Previously by Trump Administration2021-03-17T15:49:07+02:00

England Imposes Compulsory Form for International Travel to Prevent Illegal Trips

England’s citizens who wish to travel abroad from March 8 will be obliged to fill a “Declaration to Travel” form; otherwise, they will be prohibited from traveling, and even face a £200 fine. Before traveling, England citizens must download the form available at the UK’s government website, VisaGuide.World reports. “Police have been stepping up their presence at ports and airports in recent weeks. Officers will be conducting spot checks and have the power to ask travelers to [...]

England Imposes Compulsory Form for International Travel to Prevent Illegal Trips2021-03-08T13:26:17+02:00

UK Global Travel Taskforce to Introduce Plan for Safe Return of International Travel

The United Kingdom's government is seeking to restart international travel safely and sustainably. The plan has been discussed by Britain's Secretary of State Grant Shapps during the first meeting of the new Global Travel Taskforce. The task force's work and how international travel could be safely restored have been discussed by several UK government departments, transport operators, industry bodies, and travel agencies, VisaGuide.World reports. The current plan includes developing a framework that would ease the international travel [...]

UK Global Travel Taskforce to Introduce Plan for Safe Return of International Travel2021-03-03T18:26:27+02:00
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