Desde INTERNATIONAL SOS nos indican: “Power has been restored across Tenerife (Canary Islands autonomous community) following an outage, which began at 13.00 (local time). The blackout rendered traffic lights and ATMs inoperative, while hundreds of people were trapped in lifts and garages. However, airports and hospitals were able to run on back-up generators. Reports suggest […]

Desde INTERNATIONAL SOS nos indican: “Members in urban centres on 12 October should anticipate disruption and plan journeys bypassing rallies commemorating Hispanic Day to minimise travel inconvenience. In the capital Madrid, celebrations will commence with a flag-raising ceremony at 11.00 (all times local) at Plaza de Cuzco, followed by a military parade towards Nuevos Ministerios. […]

Desde INTERNATIONAL SOS nos indican: “Members due to fly via Glasgow Airport (GLA, Scotland) on 12-15 July should reconfirm flight schedules due to possible strikes by ground staff over pay and pensions. Planned work stoppages on 5 and 11 July have been suspended following an improved pay offer by airport management. Union members will vote […]

Desde INTERNATIONAL SOS nos indican: “At least six people were injured following a shooting in the vicinity of Illinois and West Maryland streets in Indianapolis (Indiana state) late on 21 September. The police are at the scene and the suspect is reportedly still at large. Details are emerging; more to follow.” Para más información: […]

Desde INTERNATIONAL SOS nos indican: “Members should plan travel accounting for significant disruption in the capital Washington DC on 4 July during celebrations to mark Independence Day (Fourth of July). Stringent security measures will be implemented across the city, particularly around the US Capitol Building, where a concert will be held from around 20.00 (local […]

Dese FOSTER LLP nos indican: “On Friday, April 5th, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that the agency received enough FY-2020 H-1B petitions to fully exhaust the FY-2020 H-1B Regular Cap (65,000).  The USCIS said it will next determine if it has received a sufficient number of petitions filed for those who hold at least […]

Desde EMIGRA nos indican: “Effective immediately, the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) has issued a circular which re-introduces the requirement to notify provincial Departments of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs (DeLISA) of early termination of work permits. The circular also introduces new work permit application forms. Implementation of the new requirements is […]

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