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Socio-Economic overview. Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Romania

Gain insights into the economic landscapes of Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Romania, three Balkan countries with unique histories and diverse economic trajectories. This overview provides a snapshot of their economic conditions, highlighting key challenges and achievements.  

Current status and future expectations of Serbia's new Immigration Law

Stay informed on the progress and future developments of Serbia's new Immigration Law. Intermark is here to assist you in navigating these changes and ensuring a smooth immigration experience in Serbia.

Free access to the labor market within the Open Balkan

The Open Balkan initiative takes a significant leap forward with Serbia, North Macedonia, and Albania signing an agreement to establish a free labor market among these nations, effective from March 1, 2024. 

Upcoming Schengen area expansion: Bulgaria and Romania Set to Join

Bulgaria and Romania are on the brink of joining the Schengen Area, a move that will significantly alter border control and visa regulations. Starting March 31st, internal air and sea border checks between these countries and other Schengen states will cease. 

Intermark's webinar focused on Serbia's updated immigration laws

Intermark hosted the webinar “Serbia – the new immigration hotspot in Europe” where we covered important changes to the immigration legislation highlighting Serbia’s efforts to create a more attractive environment for foreigners’ nationals and investments. 

Economic overview: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan

Central Asia, a region of diverse cultures and rich histories, is also a fascinating study in varied economic landscapes. Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan present intriguing economic profiles and living standards.

New German citizenship law: key changes to know

The German Bundestag has passed a new citizenship law, introducing significant simplifications and changes to the process of acquiring German citizenship. 

Important update on Hungary's new immigration law effective December 2023

The law introduces a new framework for permanent residence rights, altering the previous settled status concept, and categorizes permits into short-term, prolonged, and permanent residence.

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