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Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Acting Director Allison Beck issued the following statement on February 23 regarding the tentative agreement reached between representatives of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime Association covering operations at 29 U.S. ports on the Pacific coast:
West Coast Port delays have hit crisis levels after a 4-day work stoppage from Thursday, February 12th through the 16th.
The Philippines Bureau of Immigration has announced a new requirement mandating a Bureau of Quarantine Medical Clearance for all visa applicants of certain foreign countries.
April marks the end of the RENURE registration date for many company entities located in Argentina.
After a nine month long negotiation, unless the union and the association can reach agreement on a multi-year contract, the operation of West Coast maritime container terminals may gridlock, according to James McKenna, chief executive of the Pacific Maritime Association.
AIReS is proud to have been honored by PAIMA with the organization’s Ecology Award for their Outstanding Achievements and Contributions in Sustaining and Protecting the Environment.
The New York and New Jersey Port Authority has released a winter weather advisory announcing that the Port of New York and New Jersey marine terminals will close today, Monday, January 26, at 3:00 PM and remain closed Tuesday, January 27, due to winter storm Juno.
Emily Ptak has accepted a new role at AIReS’ West Coast Regional Office in Huntington Beach, CA, having previously spent years working with corporate clients and transferees at AIReS’ Central Regional Office in Pittsburgh, PA.
Beginning this month, Lisa Bailey, CRP has accepted a new role at AIReS’ West Coast Regional Office in Huntington Beach, CA, having previously spent years working with corporate clients and transferees at AIReS’ Central Regional Office in Pittsburgh, PA.
The Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) has announced new minimum salary requirements for foreign knowledge migrant work permit applications.