Monthly Archive: October 2019

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Driving as an expat – can I use my UK license abroad?

If you’re moving overseas you may be thinking about how you’re going to get around whilst you’re there. Some people who live in a city are more than happy to rely on public transport, which you might find is vastly superior to services in your own country! But if you need to drive, can you use your UK license abroad?

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Get Exclusive Benefits when you join the Vital Consular Corporate Club

If you’re a company or a recruiter hiring overseas, you’ll have come across the term ‘Legalisation‘. The process can be lengthy, time-consuming and expensive, and it’s likely something both you and your candidates/future employees are worried about. As a business, are you doing the best for your company to make sure your new hires arrive in country without issues? As...

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Intellectual Property – Do you have the correct legal procedures in place?

Trading overseas is often the next step for entrepreneurs looking to expand their markets to new audiences. You may have an idea or product which you’ve specifically designed to target an audience abroad, but prefer to conduct your business in a different country. Whatever your business setup, it’s important to understand that your Intellectual Property is at risk of infringement in foreign markets if you don’t have the correct legal protection in place.

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How To Get A Russian Visa In The UK – The Complete Guide

Applying for a Russian tourist or business visa from the UK can be a confusing process. With many documents required to apply, followed by a mandatory visit to a visa processing centre, it can be nerve wracking waiting to find out if you’ve completed all of the paperwork correctly. Here we’ve put together a 3 part straightforward and comprehensive guide...

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English Teachers in China Being Exploited by Rogue Agencies and Schools

Vanessa Wachtmeister had moved to China to work as an English teacher on the back of promises made by her agency. They assured her that the process would be easy and seamless, and that she’d have the experience of her life teaching in the Far East. It ended with her leaving her apartment at the dead of night, changing her phone number, and paying $3,000 USD for a student visa to make sure the agency couldn’t trap her in the country for violating her contract.