Shifting Landscapes: Global Trends Report October 2017

The most important policy changes from Q3 2017 explained

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Seismic changes jolted the world’s immigration landscape in 2017—Donald Trump was inaugurated as President of the United States, the United Kingdom invoked Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and formally triggered its exit from the European Union, and Australia’s prime minister abolished the Subclass 457, the country’s most widely used immigration category, announcing plans to put “Australians first.” Several other countries, including Brazil and South Africa, plan to overhaul their immigration systems.

The upheaval has yielded a period of uncertainty, presenting new challenges for multinational companies. In this quarter’s Global Trends Newsletter, BAL provides analysis you and your company need to navigate the ever-shifting global immigration terrain.

Read BAL’s Quarterly Global Trends Newsletter by clicking here.

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