Mitigating Risks In Virtual Work Immigration Programs
By Nofisatu Mojidi (January 7, 2022, 5:38 PM EST) -- Thanks to increasing COVID-19 vaccinations and a more controlled rate of spread, by late summer of 2021, more countries were relaxing travel restrictions, travel bookings began to return to pre-pandemic levels and more countries were jumping on the remote work visa bandwagon.
It seemed that a version of normalcy was on the horizon and, in immigration law, the conversation around remote work transformed into one focused on the future of work in the age of the so-called global citizen.
Enter omicron. This past November, South African scientists identified the newest SARS-CoV-2 variant, which the World Health Organization designated as a variant...
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