International Issues

Part one discusses how organizations operating abroad should be wary of possible gaps in insurance coverage. Avoiding those gaps is essential to the continued health of your ministry.

In a guest article by Derek Schroeder of Schroeder Law, he gives a brief overview of the federal immigration laws applying to religious organizations. This includes dealing with the alphabet of Visas, prohibitions, and requirements found in the Immigration and Nationality Act and its attendant regulations.

A downloadable resource by Theresa Lynn Sidebotham, Esq. and Jessica Ross, Esq. about how following best practices can help your mission to minimize damage and build a more prepared organization in the face of incidents.

Reporting international crimes is not as straightforward as it seems. There are factors to consider, such as what kind of crime it is, what jurisdiction it falls under, and what agency is responsible.

The Pew Research Center released its annual report on religious restrictions around the world, which have been steadily creeping upwards. Here, we review some highlights from the study.

Some tips on good digital safety practices to help keep you and your data safe when going through rigorous border checks both at home and abroad.

The connection of social media to personal security is often overlooked by many workers overseas. Social media can be a useful tool to enhance personal security or it can be a tool to expose someone’s vulnerabilities.

Learn more about the U.S. State Department’s launch of a new consular security and safety messaging system and how to access the new system.

Check out this review of Littler’s excellent resource: “How to Craft an Employee Handbook Outside the United States.”

Cyber security is an increasingly hot topic, particularly for businesses and organizations working in certain areas of the world. This note summarizes and directs you to the Cyber Security Report.