Archive for the ‘Health requirements for work visas’ Category
To enter Angola, citizens of all countries except Namibia require a visa. As well as the usual prerequisites involved in applying for a visa (see the “Visa & Permits” section of the Angola guide for more information), health requirements are also an important factor. Angola is notorious for being a high risk country as many harmful diseases […]
If you’re planning to move to Central or South America you are likely to need a visa depending on your nationality. For many expats in order to get a visa, or even to simply enter some countries, you will have to fulfill some health requirements. Bolivia and Panama Everyone, visitors or expats, coming from a […]
Whether it’s the vast amount of money floating around in the economy, or the incredible air of alluring mystique that the largest country in the world holds, there’s no denying Russia is a hugely desirable destination for expats. However some things never change, and bureaucratic entry requirements can still be reminiscent of the years of […]
Expatriates in countries such as Kuwait and Qatar make up more than half the population. If you are moving to the Middle East for work or with your family you are likely to need a visa and a medical check. We take a look at some of the most popular destinations in the region and their health […]
This is the second article in our series looking at the health requirements for moving to certain countries. The first post covered Australia, a reasonably simple country regarding visa health requirements, even a pre-existing condition won’t necessarily mean an application refusal. For China, an increasingly popular destination for expat assignments and English teachers looking for […]
This is the first in a new series of posts examining the health requirements for long-term visas in different countries. This week we will look at Australia, a regular competitor in top expat destination polls. Anyone thinking of moving to Australia will be aware of the strict visa requirements. Australia enjoys high standards of health […]
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