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  • Fast Paced Changes in Immigration Policies in the United Kingdom

    By Nick Royle · August 18 2010 · Global Mobility Management

    Content contributed by Emigra.  In June 2010, the United Kingdom Border Agency (UKBA) announced efforts to implement several immigration regulation changes in the upcoming months. Throughout June and July several changes were released regarding interim measures to reduce the number of issued “migrant worker” visas to the United Kingdom (UK). This interim/consultative stage is in…

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  • Why Aren’t You Working with a Realtor?

    By Nick Royle · August 13 2010 · Domestic Relocation

    At the risk of sounding like an ad for the National Association of Realtors (NAR), I find that I’m asking this question a lot these days. I’ve even asked myself this question several times during the last few weeks during my own home search and I’ve discovered numerous examples of why I should be working…

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  • Dodd-Frank Act Eliminates HVCC (Home Value Code of Conduct)

    By Nick Royle · August 9 2010 · Finance & Credit

    Last June we wrote about the Home Value Code of Conduct, a joint initiative between Freddie Mac, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), and the State Attorney General of New York, which was enacted to protect the independence of appraisers and offer additional protection for consumers, mortgage investors and the housing market. Two of the…

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  • Social Media: What Policies Do You Need?

    By Nick Royle · August 3 2010 · Technology

    According to a recent survey from Experian Simmons, over two-thirds of Americas are using social media today, up over 230 percent from just 20 percent in 2007. While the vast majority use social media at home, use amongst mobile devices and in the office continues to grow. As corporate marketers work to leverage and expand…

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