United States and United Arab Emirates – special status for Ukrainian nationals.
The shortage of skilled labour may soon threaten productivity in Germany, and Europe’s biggest economy is now scrambling to make the most of well-trained Ukrainian refugees as Russia’s war on Ukraine enters its third month.
Lawyers and campaigners have called on the government to take urgent action to help thousands of Ukrainian seasonal farm workers who were in the UK when the war started and have been left at risk of destitution, abuse and exploitation here.
Settlement agencies across the country have joined forces to support Ukrainians arriving through a federal emergency program at three airports, Canada’s immigration minister said.
In response to the war in Ukraine, the UK government has launched two bespoke immigration routes for Ukrainian nationals forced to flee their homes: the Ukraine Family Scheme and the Homes for Ukraine Scheme.
Over 3.3 million Ukrainians have fled the country, while over 6.5 million have been internally displaced. To deal with this human exodus, Poland has accepted nearly 2 million Ukrainian refugees, Romania about 500,000, Moldova 350,000, and other countries such as Hungary and Slovakia have chipped in. Up to ten million Ukrainians may flee Russia’s war […]
With many people fleeing Ukraine in recent weeks, a sizable number of them are displaced and working remotely. As the scope and depth of