What is the immigration news? The National Migration Service is strictly enforcing rules requiring foreign nationals to report changes to their circumstances and has begun levying fines against those who fail to meet the mandatory reporting requirement. Foreign residents are reminded that they have a duty to report changes to their home or work address, as well as to their nationality or marital status, among other personal changes, as well as any absences from Mozambique that exceed 90 days.
BAL Analysis: To avoid penalties, foreign nationals and their employers should make sure that any relevant changes to their personal or employment details, and absences from Mozambique exceeding 90 days, are reported to the National Migration Service.
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