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Harvey Law Group | Grenada | 26 Aug 2020

Most frequently Asked Questions on Grenada Citizenship by Investment

Part of the Commonwealth, Grenada (not to be confused with Granada in Spain) is a sovereign tri-island nation consisting of the islands of Grenada…
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Bayat Legal Services | Grenada | 27 May 2020

The Corporate Immigration Review: Grenada

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The Corporate Immigration Review

Editor: Chris Magrath

Magrath LLP

The year 2020 will of course go down in history as one of the most unusual and difficult years the world has faced in modern times. As we prepared this 10th edition of The Corporate Immigration Review, most of the world’s immigration systems had ceased functioning with any semblance of normality. All over the world, government policies and national strategies have been upended by the threat of covid-19. As we celebrate the 10th edition, we hope the 11th will be produced in the context of a greatly revitalised world.

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Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates | Antigua, Cyprus, Dominica, etc. | 26 Mar 2019

Residency and Citizenship Programmes: 2018 in Review - A look at investment programmes across Europe and the Caribbean

As the world has become more interconnected, interest in global immigration is steadily increasing and individuals throughout the world are interested…
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Seyfarth Shaw LLP | Grenada, USA | 28 Feb 2013

DHS adds Grenada to list of 59 eligible countries for H-2A, H-2B programs

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) added Grenada to the list of countries whose nationals are eligible to participate in the H-2A and H-2B…
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Eproint | Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, etc. | 17 Dec 2012

Caribbean intellectual property in a nutshell

Many years ago, an international filing meant filing IP rights before the local industrial property registry of each country. The current situation has…
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Proskauer Rose LLP | Grenada, USA | 19 Nov 2012

ARB says “convenience leave” letter does not trigger SOx statute of limitations

On August 31, 2012, the Administrative Review Board (ARB) of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) liberally interpreted the standard governing when the SOX statute of limitations clock starts ticking, ruling that a letter informing Complainant Kenneth Poli that he was being placed on a “convenience leave” was not a “final, definitive and unequivocal” notice of termination, and therefore did not...
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Eproint | Anguilla, Aruba, Bahamas, etc. | 4 Jan 2012

Pirates, plantations, rum and reggae: the complex business of protecting IP rights in the Caribbean

The effectiveness of the various IP registries in the Caribbean region is a common concern for IP rights holders wishing to obtain protection in the islands.
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